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STH Christmas Throwdown
Thursday, December 13th
Everyone is invited! This event is sponsored by the Student Association, hosted by the Southern Fried Theologians and welcome to all! Should you want to bring a special dish from your family or country traditions, please do! The more food the more merriment. At 7:30 PM the party will move across the street to the Dugout.
The potluck sign up for the Christmas Throwdown:
Marsh Chapel Reading Retreat
Friday, December 14th
9:00am - 6:00pm
Spend a day of the BU Study Days at the first Marsh Chapel Reading Retreat. Our ever popular School of Theology retreat is being offered to students across the University. Enjoy breakfast and lunch together and community devotions centered on the wisdom of Dean Howard Thurman. Support one another in studying for finals and writing those end of term papers. Please register at the Marsh Chapel website: www.bu.edu/chapel
Any questions? Don't hesitate to contact Rev. Robin Olson,Marsh Chapel Associate, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The David H.C. Read Preacher/Scholar Award: $20,000Deadline: January 31, 2013
The David H. C. Read Award is a national preaching prize given annually to three third-year M.Div. students. First prize is a $20,000 award and is based chiefly on two submitted sermons each accompanied by a 1,000 word exegesis of an OT and a NT text respectively. Last year our nominees from BUSTH were Robin Barraza and Aidan Kelly. If you would like to be considered for nomination for the 2013 award, please contact Prof. David S. Jacobsen (email@example.com). He can provide you with further information on the award and all of the application requirements. Prof. Jacobsen will be inviting BUSTH's two nominees for this national preaching award toward the end of next week. Read more...
2013-14 BU Keyword Initiative
As a member of BU's Keyword Committee, it is my joy to announce the Keyword Initiative theme chosen for academic year 2013-2014 is TRANSFORMATION.
As before, the committee invites students and colleagues from Boston University and the Greater Boston area to participate in a year of creative discussion and action on the theme of TRANSFORMATION. Collaborations are strongly encouraged as we see this work as as fine example of OneBU.
Dean Pamela Lightsey
A Clergy Group to Build - Bridges of Transformation
Refreshing Ministry while connecting Internationally
Feeling burned out? Wondering if God is still present and at work in your life? Is passion for ministry slipping away? Are you struggling to see a vision for those you lead?
Do you want to break out of an institutional model of ministry and regain a sense of mission?
Symonds Prize Essay Competition
Studies in Gender and SexualityAn Interdisciplinary JournalSubmissions Deadline: December 31, 2012
Studies in Gender and Sexuality, through the generosity of the Alexandra and Martin Symonds Foundation
, announces the sixth annual competition for the best essay on a topic related to issues of gender, sexuality, or both.
The essay may engage clinical or theoretical questions. The writer may be new or seasoned. The topic may be cutting-edge or devoted to venerable problems in psychoanalysis. In the spirit of the journal's mandate, we welcome essays that vary in form and content, including
multidisciplinary work. We are open to orthodoxy and heterodoxy. Even to their combinations. Read more...
"Tree of Life" STH Retreat
Mark Your 2013 Calendar!
February 15-17, 2013
"Tree of Life" Retreat http://www.rollingridge.org/
All STH Community Retreat at Rolling Ridge Retreat Center, North Andover MA.
Our planning team is at work, imagining and preparing for another fabulous weekend. This relaxing weekend retreat is designed to build community, deepen spirituality, and practice hospitality. Open to STH students, faculty, administrators, staff - and their partners too. Costs will be modest; fun will be ample. Registration will begin in January at the beginning of the new semester.
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Friday, December 7, 2012
Nave of Marsh Chapel
Marsh Chapel Choir, Seminary Singers, and Majestic Brass
Scott Allen Jarrett conducting
STH Weekly Worship
11:10 - 12:00 pm
Office of Spiritual Life
Daily Morning Prayer
8:00 - 8:20 am
Muelder Chapel 343
Rev Robin Olson, final Morning Prayer for the semester
sponsored by BU Navigators
Led by BU Episcopal and Lutheran Ministries
Visit Muelder Chapel to receive resources to encourage your Advent journey. Enjoy the crèche on the altar, given to Muelder Chapel by the Israel and Palestine Travel Seminar team, January 2012. Pause for a moment in the business of the semester to center yourself in Advent hope.
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Th.D. Dissertation Defense
Wednesday, December 19
9am - 11:00am
"Absolution and the Universal Priesthood from Luther to Spener"
Dr. Christopher Brown, First Reader
Dean Bryan Stone, Second Reader
Dr. Christopher Evans
Dr. Phillis Sheppard
Dr. Karen Westerfield Tucker
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The American Bible: How Our Words Unite, Divide, and Define a Nation
Sunday, December 16
Free and open to the Public
Talk and Book-Signing by Stephen Prothero, Professor at Boston University
Join us for a discussion of Stephen Prothero's latest book, The American Bible. Author of six books including the New York Times best-seller Religious Literacy: what Every American Needs to Know- and Doesn't, Prothero has been featured in Time, The New York Times and on NPR, The Colbert Report, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Oprah Winfrey Show and Today.
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