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Don’t Leave Your Trumpet at the Door: A Guide to Theological Education at United Seminary

Posted by United Seminary on Sep 12, 2017 8:58:36 AM
Don’t Leave Your Trumpet at the Door:  A Guide to Theological Education at United Seminary
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Topics: Arts, Theology, practice, chaplaincy, guest posts, united faculty, ministry, theological education, seminary, theology and the arts

"Beloved is Where We Begin": Sermon by Claire Curran

Posted by United Seminary on Aug 28, 2017 12:43:06 PM
Beloved is Where We Begin
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Topics: social justice, justice, faith, guest posts, ministry, seminary, social transformation, students, belovedness, sermon

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

Will We Make a Difference or Stop at Outrage?

Posted by Dr. Lewis P. Zeidner on Jun 21, 2017 8:00:18 AM

It has been more the rule than the exception through the last six months or so that our world, national and local news has focused on one unbelievable human atrocity after another; with a seemingly endless ability to trump the previous week’s painful emotional impact.  The capstone of this last week was the criminal case of the Philando Castile murder ending in an acquittal of the police officer who shot him.

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Topics: news, social justice, resistance, justice, practice, guest posts, ministry, theological education, leadership, seminary

Charge to the Graduates

Posted by United Seminary on May 12, 2017 3:06:31 PM

This address was given by Demian Wheeler, Assistant Professor of Philosophical Theology and Religious Studies, to the 2017 graduating class of United Theological Seminary on May 7, 2017.

You, the graduating class of 2017, will always be very special to me. You are my first students. My father, who taught high school English for 35 years, assures me that you will be etched in my memory for the rest of my life.

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Topics: theological education, seminary, graduates