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A Season for Renewal – Engaging the Bible in Mainline Churches

The New York Theological Seminary on Riverside Drive will present a forum titled: A Season for Renewal: Engaging the Bible in Mainline Churches on Monday, June 18th at the American Bible Society Auditorium, 1865 Broadway, from 1:00 – 5:30 pm.  Lunch will be provided but reservations are required.  Our own Dr. Deirdre Good will be a panelist.  Season for Renewal Flyer – Jun 2012

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Holy Land Travel Prize update

Journeys Unlimited New York Holy Land Travel Prize:  awarded to one graduating M.Div. student.  Responsibility: Professors Good and Owens

GTS seniors may apply for the prize by writing a one page paper stating how the Journeys Unlimited prize for travel to the Holy Land will broaden and assist your future ministry.

Please email copies of your essay to Professors Good and Owens.

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Preaching Prize Goes to Sam Tallman

THE BISHOP OF NEWARK PREACHING PRIZE

Congratulations to Sam Tallman who is the recipient of The Bishop of Newark Preaching Prize for the year 2012.

Sam will be the preacher at the Holy Eucharist on Commencement Day. We rejoice with him, and we give thanks for the most excellent gifts of all those who preached for us on May 1.

Professor Mitties DeChamplain
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Seymour Prize for Extemporaneous Preaching – May 8

THE SEYMOUR PRIZE 2012

The Seymour Prize is given in recognition of the best extemporaneous preaching by a seminarian of any class.  This particular competition will be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2011 in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd beginning at 1:30 p.m.

Professors DeChamplain and Good will hear five-minute homilies DELIVERED WITHOUT NOTES, and with 30 minutes preparation time.  Details about preaching order and scripture text will be given to those who express interest.   Read more...

Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars – call for papers

The Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars, announces its sixth annual student paper competition.  A prize of $250 and two years of free membership in the AABS will be awarded for the best paper in biblical exegesis written by a student attending a seminary of the ECUSA or AAC.

View announcement: AABS paper competition flyer for 2012

Deadline for submissions is April 2, 2012.  Please submit papers electronically to Deirdre Good: good@gts.edu

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Spring Courses at General Theological Seminary

 

Learn, Reflect, Grow in Ministry
General Seminary offers courses to enrich your ministry and theological understanding, including day and evening courses designed for a full range of faith and knowledge seekers. This spring you can take a full-semester course or perhaps a three-day intensive class on Pretending Bible Stories. Whatever level of enrichment you are seeking, read on to find out some the offerings from General Seminary this spring.   Read more...

Edge of Empires

On Friday October 21st at 6pm Professors Good, Owens and Shaner invite all interested people to join them in a visit to the NYU Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (15 E. 84th) in time for the free guided tour. This is the first visit to the exhibit Edge of Empires and there will be others. Meet at ISAW. For further information see http://isaw.nyu.edu/exhibitions/edge-of-empires
Edge of Empires vividly illustrates the international, pluralistic character of Dura-Europos, a city strategically located high above the Euphrates River, between Syria and Mesopotamia.  Read more...

Edge of Empires

On Friday, October 14th at 6:00 pm Professors Good, Owens and Shaner invite all interested people to join them in a visit to the NYU Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (15 E. 84th) in time for the free guided tour. This is the first visit to the exhibit Edge of Empires and there will be others. Meet at ISAW. For further information see http://isaw.nyu.edu/exhibitions/edge-of-empires

Edge of Empires vividly illustrates the international, pluralistic character of Dura-Europos, a city strategically located high above the Euphrates River, between Syria and Mesopotamia.  Read more...

Faculty Note

Dr. Deirdre Good, Professor of New Testament, was invited to attend a conference, “Women, Religion and Politics” co-sponsored by the Heinrich Boell Stiftung and Shirkat Gah, Women’s Resource Center in Lahore, Pakistan from March 17-18, 2011. She was the preacher for Holy Week at Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis, April 16-23, 2011.  Dr. Good also served as the keynote speaker, and the Rev. K. Jeanne Person, Director of the Center for Christian Spirituality, as the preacher, for the first conference sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island’s new Women’s Commission.  Read more...