The Spring 2014 GTS News Quarterly was mailed out at the end of March. You can also see it by downloading the PDF below. This edition includes:
Diving into the Deep End
The Way of Wisdom
News & Notes
Installation of the Very Rev. Kurt H. Dunkle as the thirteenth Dean and President of The General Theological Seminary, October 17, 2013. Read more about the installation here.
Photos by Max W. Orenstein / maxorenstein.com
St. Patrick’s Breastplate from Matriculation 2002 at The General Theological Seminary.
The Cyrus Cylinder, a small, cylinder-shaped baked clay tablet inscribed with Akkadian cuneiform from the 6th century BCE, is arguably one of the most important texts and objects from the Ancient Near Eastern world. Sometimes called “the first declaration of human rights,” the Cyrus Cylinder, housed at the British Museum, is currently touring museums in the United States, and will be on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City beginning June 20.…
The Search for a Dean and President
Meet Kurt Dunkle
News & Notes
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.…
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.
The March 5 sermon from the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
The March 1 sermon from the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
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.…
The February 22 sermon from the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
Linked below are the three meditations Katherine Shaner offered on Ash Wednesday 2013:
The sermon from the February 19 service at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
The February 15 sermon from the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
The February 12 sermon from the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
The February 5 sermon from the Chapel of the Good Shepherd.