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Asian Theological Summer Institute Returns to LTSP for the 8th Year

Posted by James on June 21, 2014 at 12:00 pm.

Nineteen Asian/Asian American scholars who are focused on theological education at the PhD and ThD level joined seven faculty mentors for the eighth Asian Theological Summer Institute (ATSI), May 27-31, 2014, sponsored by The Lutheran Theological Seminary and supported by Henry Luce Foundation. Learn more and view a photo gallery from the Institute:

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David Lose: The LTSP President-Elect Recalls His Seminary Days, Journey, and Early Thoughts on the Future

Posted by James on at 11:00 am.

Early reflections from President-Elect David Lose include recalling his seminary days Minutes after he was named President Elect of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, the Rev. Dr. David Lose, a seminary alumnus, reacted to the unanimous recommendation of the Trustees to appoint him. “For a moment I was absolutely speechless,” he said. “Not because […]

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The 2014 Co-Presidents Reflect

Posted by James on at 10:00 am.

The commencement reflections of Co-Presidents of the Class of 2014, Laura Tancredi and Karen Sease, offer insights regarding campus life… So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts to wisdom. (Psalm 90:12) Karen — This verse from Psalm 90 is the inscription on the bell at the Krauth Memorial Library. […]

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The 150th Commencement

Posted by James on at 9:00 am.

Sixty-five seminarians were awarded certificates or degrees during the 150th commencement exercises of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, held May 20 , 2014, at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lansdale, PA. The ceremonies, clearly a highlight of the school’s 150th anniversary year, featured stirring remarks from the Rev. Mark Hanson, immediate past presiding bishop […]

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From the President: The 150th Anniversary Celebration Continues – and Looking Toward the Future

Posted by James on at 8:00 am.

Dear Friends in Christ: The 150th Commencement of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) held at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, was a festive and celebratory event. Each year we see the results of our common work as we prepare leaders for the church and the world. The Rev. Mark S. Hanson, […]

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A Senior Gift for Seminarians to Follow, and a Tradition Continues

Posted by James on at 1:00 am.

Senior Class Gift: Wiedemann Basement Spruce up LTSP seniors and friends celebrated their graduation with a special gift for future seminaries, a spruce up of the spaces in Wiedemann basement. Retreat to Old Trappe Church Henry Melchior Muhlenberg’s Old Trappe Church, preserved in much of its original state, was the site for a regular retreat […]

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Alumnus’s ministry approaches win plaudits from community newspaper

Posted by James on June 10, 2014 at 11:12 am.

Seminary graduate the Rev. Keith Anderson (STM ’02) recently earned plaudits as “Citizen of the Week” from the Ambler (PA) Gazette. “With programs like ‘God on Tap’ and ‘Coffee and Conversation’ and  ‘Ashes on the Go’, Anderson has made it his mission to break down the walls of the church and rewrite the definition of […]

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