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Middle East Travel Seminar Lands of Faith and History

Middle East Travel Seminar Lands of Faith and History

Program runs April 22 – May 11, 2018  The opportunity of a lifetime to grow in one's faith and experience this vital region
 
Led by Professors Samuel L. Adams and Carson Brisson of the Bible department at Union Presbyterian Seminary

Do You Have An Opinion? Pitch Your Documentary to the New York Times

Fuller's Communal Reading of Scripture Project

Fuller's Communal Reading of Scripture Project

Announcing the Communal Reading of Scripture project, Fuller's new commitment to facilitate people across the globe hearing the Scriptures together. Fuller Trustee Bill Hwang tells his story of rediscovering his faith through listening to Scripture and shares what inspired him to start this project.

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Psalms on Audio at Spotify and Lead Sheets for Hymns Weekly from the Liturgy Letter Newsletter

Every week The Liturgy Letter Newsletter puts out an email. This week is the Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost 2017 (Year A). In addition to daily readings, psalms commentary, a contemplative prayer... read more >

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Changes Today: Celebrating 500 Years of Protestant Reformation

Changes Today: Celebrating 500 Years of Protestant Reformation Lilly Foundation Funding Grants Insights into Religion News Organ Museum www.AbodeofChaos.org)

"The 500 year milestone brings up questions, "Why is mainline Protestant Christianity on the wane? What are Catholic-Protestant relations like today? Is there still such a thing as the “Protestant work ethic”? How do contemporary Protestants understand Luther’s record of misogyny and public anti-Semitism? And what of the Counter-Reformation, the Catholic reaction to Luther’s critiques? How are the changes that it brought felt in contemporary Catholicism?" [Read more from Religion Link a site for Journalists and Researchers]. 

A Call For Papers on Games and Learning in Religion and Theology

Methodist Chaplain Hikes the Appalachian Trail

Methodist Chaplain Hikes the Appalachian Trail

When Matt Hall — this year's Appalachian Trail chaplain for the United Methodist Church — travels the mammoth foot path that slices through the eastern part of the United States, fellow thru-hikers will call him "Trigger." ... [Read Why]. He plans to start his southbound ministry journey in June. Hall, who will focus far more on pastoral care than evangelism, begins the 2,190-mile hike in Maine and hopes to wrap up before Christmas in Georgia.

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FULLER dialogues on Race and Identity

“We are joined at the site of the dirt. And the dirt is our kin. From dust and to dust we will return. We are of the...

Gun Safety Advocate

After her mother was killed in the 2015 Charleston church shooting, the Rev. Sharon Risher became an evangelist for a...

Billy Graham 1918-2018

  Billy Graham was perhaps the most significant religious figure of the 20th century, and the organizations and...

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Wed, Feb 28, 2018 - 08:00 am
By invitation; ATS is marking the 20th anniversary of the Women in Leadership (WIL) initiative with a ga

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