Posted by LTSP Communications on January 28, 2016 at 9:16 am.
January’s PS Portions includes President David Lose’s reflection on Isaiah 43:19 – “I am about to do a new thing. Now it springs forth. Do you not perceive it?” plus a look at the Distributed Learning MDiv Pathway: It’s Possible!, a Q&A with President Lose on the “Proposal for a New School of Theology and Leadership Formation,” What does Oprah have to do with theological education?, Seminarians “Being Church” in the Community, Visit Philadelphia! Friday-Sunday, Feb. 5-7, plus LTSP Notes and Class Notes.
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For most of my life, one of my favorite Scripture verses has been Isaiah 43:19 — “I am about to do a new thing. Now it springs forth. Do you not perceive it?” These words are meant to comfort and inspire Israel in a time of hopelessness and despair, and many Christians across the ages, including myself, have found in them the promise that God regularly surprises us, showing up where we least expect God to be, bringing hope and life where we were not anticipating it. Read more of this month’s reflection from LTSP President David Lose.
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It’s Possible! The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) is excited to announce the launch of a new and innovative pathway to seminary education and church leadership, the Distributed Learning Master of Divinity (DL). PS Portions talked with LTSP Associate Director of Admissions the Rev. Nate Preisinger and Educational Technologist Dr. Alexandra Reid about the Distributed Learning MDiv Pathway.
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On Wednesday, January 13, 2016, the Boards of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg passed identical resolutions of intent to form a new seminary. LTSP President David Lose responds to some questions about the proposed new school.
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What does Oprah have to do with theological education? If your answer to that question is “nothing”— think again. A small but dedicated group of students who enrolled in a January-term intensive course, “Faith, History, and Finance: The Spirituality of Business, and the Business of Spirituality,” studied how the history of markets challenges any easy division of matter from spirit or spirituality from commerce.
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The “problem”: can seminarians respond quickly in moments of crisis in the community, and what can we do to get seminarians out of the cloistered walls of the seminary? The “answer” is the Seminarian Action Alert Network (SAAN). Read more about this new student-led effort…
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In the January LTSP Notes, Prof. Karyn Wiseman reflects on “An Audacious South Africa Experience,” photo updates on the library connector construction and the campus after Winter Storm Jonas, and faculty updates from Professors Nelson Rivera, Katie Day and Jon Pahl.
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In January’s Class notes, updates from the Rev. James Hulihan, the Rev. Eric Anderson, the Rev. Dr. R.L. Shepherd, the Rev. Carl W. Ames, and the Rev. Dr. H. Paul Santmire, and the deaths of Sarah (Sally) Wolfe Klos, the Reverend Dr. Donald Bruce Myrom, the Rev. Ernst “Ernie” Gerhart Schmidt, the Rev. Dr. Edward Treichel, the Rev. Dr. John M. Brndjar, the Rev. Craig J. Dorward, and the Rev. Dr. Frederick G. Neiderhiser.
Posted by LTSP Communications on January 21, 2016 at 2:56 pm.
Here is a summary proposal for the formation of the New School of Theology.
Posted by LTSP Communications on January 19, 2016 at 10:46 pm.
Vocation and Discernment Retreat (all ages) – Friday-Sunday, February 5-7, 2016 | LTSP will provide housing and meals while you are on campus. There is no cost for these events but registration is required. Learn more and register today!
Posted by LTSP Communications on January 15, 2016 at 5:57 am.
Here are answers to some questions you might have on your mind since the announcement of the “New School of Theology.”
Posted by LTSP Communications on January 13, 2016 at 5:16 pm.
In simultaneous meetings held on their respective campuses January 12-13, 2016, the boards of Philadelphia and Gettysburg Lutheran seminaries adopted identical resolutions calling for “the creation of a new school of theology and leadership formation.” Both Boards’ resolutions stated their actions were taken “in the conviction that God and the church are calling us into a new venture of theological education, with a mission of preparing faithful Christian leaders for the church and the world.” Read the full announcement and resolution…
Posted by LTSP Communications on January 12, 2016 at 11:00 am.
The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) is excited to announce the launch of a new and innovative pathway to seminary education and church leadership, the Distributed Learning Master of Divinity (DL). Applications are now being accepted for fall enrollment.