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LTSP Notes – October 2014

Visiting IsraelDr. Jon Pahl, Peter Paul and Elizabeth Hagan Professor in the History of Christianity and Director of MA Programs

Jon Pahl traveled to Israel/Palestine with a contingent of Philadelphia religious leaders, including Bishop Claire Burkat, Pastor Pat Davenport, and Pastor Ellen Meissgeier, where he met up in Jerusalem (and at the Jordan River – where this picture was taken) with his son, Justin, who is living and working in Istanbul, Turkey. Jon also led a five week course at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church on “Our Daily Bread,” published the lead article in the July Lutheran magazine on “Inequality,” and will return to Bryn Mawr this winter for a five-week course on “In Vino Veritas: The Theology, History, and Spirituality of Wine.”

President David LosePresident David Lose – Philadelphia Theological Institute guest speaker at Preaching Day

President Lose is the guest speaker at the Philadelphia Theological Institute’s 2014 Preaching Day, Thursday November 6, 2014 at Cathedral Village, 600 East Cathedral Road, Philadelphia, PA 19128, 215.487.1300. Preaching Day is scheduled from 9:30 am – 3:00 pm.
Cost is $55 for PTI associates, $75 for all others, including coffee breaks and lunch. Please bring personal bibles.
Click to download the application form from the PTI Preaching Day 2014 website (pdf). Learn more about Preaching Day 2014 here.

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