This conference has been canceled.
“The Crucifixion of the Jews”
A Conference at The General Theological Seminary
440 West 21st Street, New York, NY
June 10 – 13, 2013
The General Theological Seminary held its 191th Commencement on May 15, 2013. Forty-six women and men received degrees, diplomas, or certificates conferred by the Seminary’s Associate Dean, the Rev. Dr. Patrick Malloy. The Seminary’s honorary doctorate was conferred on the Reverend Carol Anderson, the Right Reverend Andrew M. L. Dietsche, and the Right Reverend Dorsey W. M. McConnell.
To download a high-resolution picture of the Class of 2013, click here.
A video of the Commencement may be …
The Alumni/ae Prize in Ecclesiastical History was awarded to Mary Julia Jett, Class of 2013.
The Winifred H. Clark, Jr. Prize in Anglican Mission and Social Justice was awarded to William Stephens Geffine, Class of 2013.
The Journeys Unlimited New York Holy Land Travel Prize was awarded to Nicholas Sollom, Class of 2013.
The Bishop of Newark Preaching Prize for a sermon …
The Rev. Carol Anderson was ordained a priest in 1977, among the first women so ordained in The Episcopal Church. She served in a variety of parishes, both small and large, before being called in 1989 as Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, in Beverly Hills, California, in the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, where she ministered until her retirement in January 2010. Under her leadership, All Saints’ grew substantially in virtually every ministry area—from small …
May 14, 2013 (GTS News) – The Rev. Kurt H. Dunkle was elected on May 14, 2013 to be the 13th Dean and President of The General Theological Seminary in New York City by the GTS Board of Trustees. He will officially begin serving as Dean and President on July 1, 2013.
In his address to the Board of Trustees following his election, Dunkle said, “we need to return importance to the word ‘General’ in our …
General Up Close is a continuously updated web site and does not take a hiatus during the Summer, but there will be much reduced activity as events on campus wind down. Weekly email headlines will still be sent out in those weeks with new posts, and you can always go to the site at news.gts.edu/upclose to see what is happening. You can also follow Up Close on Twitter @GTSUpClose or Facebook to get the latest …
The Rev. Dr. Amy Bentley Lamborn, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology at The General Theological Seminary, has been awarded a Summer Research Fellowship by the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion for her proposal, “Figuring the Self; Figuring the Sacred: Manuscript Revision.” The Fellowship helps support the careers of promising and committed new educators and scholars in religion and theology.
Funded by the Lilly Endowment, the prestigious Wabash Summer Fellowship awards $5,000 for five weeks …
She writes: “Peter asked Jesus how many times he must forgive a brother who had wronged him. Seven? But no: It was seventy times seven. Which is 490 times. Most of us have a hard time doing it even once! Might that not be because we have some unhelpful ideas about what …
* 24 April – Wednesday: Farewell to Lang Lowery during lunch in the Refectory. Complimentary cake and coffee/tea.
* 27 April
The GTS community will have an opportunity to say farewell to our outgoing President Lang Lowrey during the lunch hour in the Refectory next Wednesday, April 24. Please come and help us give Lang a hearty farewell.
For those who are not on the meal plan, you may either purchase a ticket from the Front Desk if you would like to have a full lunch, or simply come for complimentary cake and coffee/ice tea without the lunch.
All are …
The Miriamic Procession
with Professors Phyllis Trible, Deirdre Good and Robyn Neville
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Cathedral House Conference Room at
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street
New York, NY 10025
Registration Fee: $25.00 (includes lunch)
12:45 – 1:30 p.m.: Registration and Lunch
1:30 – 3:30 p.m.: Course
The Miriamic Procession is both auditory and visual. The sound starts with the glorious song …
On Thursday, March 21, a crew from CBS News came to Chelsea Square to interview Dr. Deirdre Good, Professor of New Testament, for a feature about the Virgin Mary. During the hour-long interview by Martha Teichner, Prof. Good spoke about life at the time of Mary, the importance of the Annunciation, and many other aspects of Mary’s life and significance. Select parts of the interview were included in the feature, Who was Mary?, during “CBS …
The Winter 2013 GTS News Quarterly was mailed in February. You can also see it by downloading the PDF below. This edition includes:
Living into Our Mission
GTS Scholarship Recipients
News & Notes
Download GTS News Quarterly Winter 13.
This past January, GTS students, professors, alumni/ae, trustees, and friends traveled to Turkey to tour archaeological finds at ancient cities that were important centers for the development of earliest Christianity. The webinar, which is available now online, presented photos and reflections from the group of travelers, and it gave the wider community an opportunity to reflect with trip participants about what they saw, experienced, and most of all, took away from the trip. Profs. Deirdre …
Linked below are the three meditations Katherine Shaner offered on Ash Wednesday 2013:
This past January, GTS students, professors, alumni/ae, trustees, and friends traveled to Turkey to tour the archaeological finds at ancient cities that were important centers for the development of earliest Christianity. This webinar will be a presentation of photos and reflections from the group of travelers and will give the wider GTS community an opportunity to reflect with trip participants about what they saw, experienced, and most of all, will take away from the trip.
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