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Prof. Storm Swain comments on the Philadelphia Eleven

Prof. Storm Swain The Rev. Dr. Storm Swain, LTSP Associate Professor of Pastoral Care and Theology and Director of Anglican Studies, talked with WHYY's Newsworks Tonight about the "Philadelphia Eleven," as the eleven women were ordained for the first time as Episcopal priests at the Church of the Advocate in North Philadelphia 40 years ago are known. You can read the story and hear the report including comments from Prof. Swain on the Newsworks website.

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PS Portions – July 2014

PS Portions - July 2014

This issue of PS Portions features two intriguing articles.

History of any institution is often easily forgotten. Retired US Navy Chaplain '73 offers a remarkable glimpse into the "then" that comprises the early 1970s life on the campus, ranging from memories (and pranks) from the Old Dorm to a perspective on the Vietnam era's impact on the campus.

Prison ministry is not a new kind of initiative across the church. A profile on seminarian Linda Manson explores her "now" contemporary approach as a mission developer/redeveloper for the ELCA in establishing Living Gospel Ministries, an outreach to furnish vital resources and encouragement to those connected with the criminal justice system. Read these stories and more...

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JOIN US Thursday, October 16, 2014, at the Gala Banquet!

Special ticket discount ends August 31! Learn more on the Gala Banquet web page!

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Alumnus Steve Jensen ’73: Vivid memories of seminary and life as a Navy Chaplain

Chaplain Steve JensenAmid the backdrop of seminary memories, including occasional pranks, the quality of education stands out One of the most vivid memories from Chaplain Steven Jensen’s seminary days took place off campus. Albany, New York, native Jensen ’73 (USN ret.) was serving as a seminary intern at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and fulfilling a once-a-week reserve military responsibility to journey to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. On a fateful Tuesday the Marine Chaplain’s office where he was assigned received an emergency phone call for help from Philadelphia International Airport. Read about Chaplain Jensen's story, his call, his service, and more...

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LTSP 150 Timeline now online!

Explore the 150 years of LTSP history - not to mention connections to Martin Luther, Swedish Lutherans, Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, and more on the special LTSP 150th Anniversary Timeline website. You'll find stories, video, images and more now, and more content coming through the year as we approach the Anniversary Celebrations in October. Plus, share your memories, stories, and wishes throughout the site...

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Academic Calendar

This is the academic calendar that contains all dates of note for the 2014-2015 year.

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Registration for Fall Semester 2013 Is Now Open! Deadline for on-time registration is Friday, August 2

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Shaeffer-Ashmead Chapel

The gathering of the LTSP community around Word and Sacrament stands at the core of our life together, continuing to shape who we are and how we live, learn, and serve. Music and liturgy frame our engagement with the...

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Employment

LTSP is an excellent place to work. The seminary's park-like campus in the Mt. Airy section of Northwest Philadelphia is convenient to both Septa Chestnut Hill East and Chestnut Hill West lines. Here is a listing of our current...

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Master of Sacred Theology

The MASTER of SACRED THEOLOGY (STM) at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) emphasizes academic accomplishment, providing fuller mastery of an area or discipline of theological study.

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Krauth Memorial Library

A major component in the seminary’s educational program is the 200,000 volume Krauth Memorial Library. It boasts one of the finest scholarly collections of any Lutheran institution in America.

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The Community

Muhlenberg 300

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, along with Muhlenberg College, are marking the tercentenary of Henry Melchior Muhlenberg’s birth in 2011 as an opportunity to celebrate the importance of his legacy to the American colonies and his place as...

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Black Church Studies

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) offers theological education to church leaders, representing a range of denominations, that is relevant and upbuilding for the African American community in a number of different areas.

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