The Very Rev. Kurt H. Dunkle
Dean and President
The first time I ever considered that very Anglican phrase, “both/and,” I was seated in Sherred 1A, right here at General. It was how a now-retired GTS professor spoke about that seemingly simple concept to unravel decades-old quandaries. At first, it seemed so foreign, until I remembered we were being taught to think theologically, not as the world had formed us. Read more...
An Integrated Curriculum is the Core of The Way of Wisdom
The Rev. Dr. Clair McPherson
Professor of Ascetical Theology
“I enjoyed my various courses at General, but I could never see how they added up.”
That may well be the most common negative comment GTS graduates tend to make. Even the very best students have said that, while they found courses interesting and seminary life rewarding, the curriculum simply did not seem to cohere, except sporadically and unintentionally. Read more...