"I Have A Dream" video now available for free download

Fifty years after the April 12, 1963, Good Friday arrest of Martin Luther King in Birmingham, Alabama, Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) commemorated the half-century anniversary of a momentous year in the American Civil Rights movement with a scholarly examination of King's impact on society.


To kick off the event, CTS, SALT and WFYI television created a provocative short film that is available at no charge and can be downloaded in an HD quality QuickTime movie. (This is a large file meant to download to your computer. It may take a few minutes depending on your connection. To view the film without downloading, please play the video below.)

This special video features, among others, Rev. Dr. Allan Aubrey Boesak, theologian, founder of South Africa’s United Democratic Front, and visiting professor at CTS as well as CTS President Matthew Myer Boulton


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The CTS bookstore will reopen from 10AM-2PM for a blowout sale—everything 85%-90% off! 

Join CTS and the OPEN MDiv in a MasterLab course, Community Formation and Modern Spirituality through the lens of Womanist, Disability, and Process Theologies.

A small town grapples with rapidly changing demographics. African American and white residents are challenged with how best to integrate with a growing Latino population and recent arrival of Muslim Somali refugees.

Preaching the Scriptures for Current Events. God did not become mute at the end of Revelation 22. Scriptures are most richly understood in context.

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