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Interview with Dr. Ayo Yetunde on the Theology of Prince

Posted by Max Brumberg-Kraus on Sep 29, 2017 1:02:00 PM

"The Theology of Prince" is a project at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities headed by Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde, Assistant Professor of Pastural and Spiritual Care and Counseling and Director of Interfaith Chaplaincy. The project includes a call for essays, poetry, video, or visual art from the United Community in response to the theme. On September 27, 2017 I interviewed Dr. Yetunde about the project and her connection to Prince.

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Topics: Arts, social justice, music, chaplaincy, united faculty, ministry, interfaith, social transformation, local artist, theology and the arts, Theology of Prince, Prince, interreligious chaplaincy, interview

Religious Naturalism: A Theology for UU Humanists Part III

Posted by Dr. Demian Wheeler on Sep 27, 2017 9:44:35 AM

 

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Topics: Theology, faith, united faculty, ministry, seminary, interfaith, sermon, humanism, United Universalism, naturalism, religious naturalism

Religious Naturalism: A Theology for UU Humanists Part II

Posted by Dr. Demian Wheeler on Sep 27, 2017 9:42:02 AM

 

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Topics: Theology, faith, united faculty, ministry, seminary, interfaith, sermon, humanism, United Universalism, naturalism, religious naturalism

Religious Naturalism: A Theology for UU Humanists Part I

Posted by Dr. Demian Wheeler on Sep 27, 2017 9:38:15 AM

 

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Topics: Theology, faith, united faculty, ministry, seminary, interfaith, sermon, humanism, United Universalism, naturalism, religious naturalism

Students Discuss Social Transformation at United

Posted by Max Brumberg-Kraus on Jul 20, 2017 11:54:52 AM

At United, a key question is what makes an ethical leader. According Steve Newcom, Director of the Social Transformation Program, "there are injustices in the world" and for many of our students "their faith calls them to do something about that." In the following videos students discuss what calls them to study Social Transformation at United.

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Topics: social justice, justice, faith, chaplaincy, ministry, feminism, seminary, interfaith, social transformation, students

UNITED THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF THE TWIN CITIES HIRES DR. PAMELA AYO YETUNDE TO EXPAND INTERRELIGIOUS CHAPLAINCY PROGRAM

Posted by United Seminary on Jul 4, 2017 7:53:10 AM


(NEW BRIGHTON, Minn., July 2017)—United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities is pleased to announce that following a competitive candidate selection process, Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde has been selected and appointed to the Faculty, effective July 1, 2017. In addition to serving as Assistant Professor for Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy, Dr. Yetunde will head United’s Interreligious Chaplaincy Program, which she will work to advance.

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Topics: campus news, announcements, campus news, calendar, announcements, justice, chaplaincy, united faculty, ministry, theological education, interfaith

Days of Counting

Posted by Max Brumberg-Kraus on Jun 5, 2017 10:17:08 AM

Miss Kitka scans the living room. She lifts her head and dampens the edges of the coach with her nose. She hesitates. There are so many hands at her eye level! Caught in a sort of trance, the entirety of her vision is overwhelmed with fingers folding, unfolding, aligning, re-folding, flattening, and finally cutting various hues of origami paper. Thankfully, my cat is more curious about the people than in tasting the paper scraps falling to the floor.

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Topics: Arts, faith, practice, spiritual practice, easter, interfaith

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