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CTS Remembers Tamara Zahn

Dedicated friend and advisor to Christian Theological Seminary (CTS), Tamara Zahn, died Thursday at age 67.   “Tamara’s thoughtful input, her positive energy, and her authenticity were prized and will be missed throughout the Seminary—and particularly in her work as a community member of Trustee committees and with the Faith & Action Project,” said CTS President […]

Rev. Mary Harris, Dean of Students, Retires

For nearly 20 years, the Rev. Mary Harris, Dean of Students, has been a central figure in the life of Christian Theological Seminary. Upon returning from Christmas break, she notified the Seminary that she would be retiring at the beginning of February. Rev. Harris began working at CTS on June 15, 2000, as Church and […]

Professor Suzanne Coyle Completes Advanced Practice Certificate at the Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy

CTS Professor Suzanne Coyle completed a Narrative Therapy Advanced Practice Certificate from the Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy. Coyle also recently presented “Integrating Spirituality in a Family Therapy Training Program” at the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration Annual Conference in New York.  Coyle is Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Marriage and Family […]

CTS Professor Speaks about Suicide Prevention

CTS Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Mental Health Counseling & Director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program, Matthias Beier, spoke on WISH-TV about suicide, the importance of mental health, and what signs to look for in order to tell if someone may be considering taking their own life. Click the image to view […]

Christian Theological Seminary Adds Two Faculty Members

Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) announces two faculty members will join the Indianapolis-based Seminary effective July 1, 2018. Rev. Dr. Kimberly D. Russaw joins the faculty as Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible; and Rev. Dr. Amy Lindeman Allen joins the CTS faculty as Assistant Professor of New Testament. As dialogue in both church and society continues […]

CTS Commemorates the Protestant Reformation and the Civil Rights Movement

On Wednesday, April 4, Christian Theological Seminary is convening the community for reflection and discussion of two world-changing events: The Protestant Reformation and the Civil Rights movement. Morning and evening events will explore themes of liberty, social justice and equality espoused by two visionaries and activists named Martin Luther. Both events are free and open […]