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Meet Tim Senapatiratne, New Director of the Spencer Library

By | on 30, Jul 2020 |   Theology interfaith Beliefs Interreligious Research Library Scripture

On June 1 of this year, United welcomed Dr. Tim Senapatiratne as Director of the Spencer Library and Associate Professor of Theological Bibliography. Tim comes to United after 15 years at Bethel Unive[...]

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Why You Should Consider a Christian Seminary -- Even If You’re Not a Christian

By | on 26, Apr 2019 |   Theology interfaith social transformation Voice Vocation

As a queer, Jewish artist, when I told my friends and family that I would studying at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, many were confused. “So like, are you becoming a priest?” some wou[...]

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Response to the Fire at Notre Dame from Professor, and Resident Medievalist, Dr. Jennifer Awes-Freeman

By | on 16, Apr 2019 |   news united faculty interfaith Voice Church History

 

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Statement from United: Violence in the Name of Hate Is an Affront to God

By | on 30, Oct 2018 |   news Theology interfaith Voice Politics Gun Violence

As we grieve for those murdered in Pittsburgh, we are called individually and collectively to demand elimination of the political rhetoric that flames divisiveness and hatred toward people who are per[...]

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When Storytelling Holds the World: Passover Reflections on Maggid.

By | on 09, Apr 2018 |   Theology ministry interfaith theology and the arts interreligious chaplaincy Voice Bible

A little over a week ago, I led a small seder on the second night of Pesach (Passover). The second seder can be hard to lead because the specialness and holiness of the first often turns into redundan[...]

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Spirited Communities: "Our studies inspire our artworks"

By | on 24, Jan 2018 |   Events interfaith theology and the arts Gallery intersection

The Jewish Women Artists’ Circle brings women artists together, not around a common art form, but the commonality of their faith. Studying regularly with religious leaders is an important part of thei[...]

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