Seminary Synopsis

Summer 2012

Anderson University Annual Seminary Newsletter

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Seminary Synopsis North American Convention schedule for the seminary Every year, the seminary provides con- ferences during the Church of God North American Convention. This year, the conferences and offerings are as follows: Monday, June 25, 8:30-10 a.m. "Dealing Redemptively with Conflict in the Church" with Dr. John Aukerman, Professor of Christian Education. This sem- inar will explore conflict and how to deal with it redemptively from a biblical perspec- tive. Located in the School of Theology. Monday, June 25, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Alumni and Friends Luncheon and Seminary Awards provides an opportu- nity for those connected to the seminary to celebrate and share together. Hosted by the Office of Seminary Dean, this event is open to SOT Alumni, their families, and friends of the SOT. Reservations are required and payment in advance is nec- essary. Contact the Office of Seminary Dean for reservations at (765) 641-4033. The buffet opens at 11:30 a.m. in the Student Center Marketplace. Monday, June 25, 1:30-3:30 p.m. The Doctrinal Dialogue has become an important offering hosted by the School of Theology. This year the topic is "Biblical Reconciliation as 'God's One- Item Agenda': Broad Reflections on the Doctrine and Practice." Dr. Curtiss Paul DeYoung, professor of reconciliation studies at Bethel University, will be pre- senting, and Dr. James Lewis will moder- ate the event. The presence and pervasiveness of rec- onciliation as a biblical doctrine within God's story is seldom in dispute among Christians. However, the continuing chal- lenge for the church and Christ-followers is the faithful cultivation of theological imagination and the will to be recon- cilers, among all of creation, in every area of human existence. How might we live faithfully and remain committed to overcoming real and distorted separa- tions among us based on distinctions of race-ethnicity, male-female, rich-poor, democrat-republican, well-sick, normal- Continued on page 2 In this issue Page 2-3 SOT students experience Christ in Israel Page 4-5 New specialization in preaching Student presenting paper Sarah Blake presents to Society of Biblical Lit Yarbro Collins delivers Annual Newell Lecture Chapels a significant part of seminary life Changes in the Center for Christian Leadership 31st Newell Lecture set for Oct. 11 Page 6-7 Lozano is Harp Professor in Residence Small project adds up- grade to classrooms Page 8-9 Outside the Walls New CCL Participants Pastors of Instituto Biblico Receive Certifications Facebook and the SOT Lyon joins the Staff

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