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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 […]

Higher Learning Commission Reaccreditation

As a seminary already accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, CTS will host a visit by an HLC reaccreditation team on April 23-24, 2018.  In preparation for this visit, CTS has undergone a year-long Self-Study process in 2017 and submitted to HLC a comprehensive report of its findings, judged against five criteria: (1) institutional mission, […]

Confronting the Idol Worship of Guns

CTS professor Matthias Beier was recently published in the Tikkun Daily on the subject of the NRA’s idol worship of guns. “To translate the message of the NRA pointedly: God wants you to have a gun. Only the NRA, America’s pimp for the gun industry, could come up with that blasphemous idea. The narrative that […]

The #MeToo Movement

http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/media.wfyi.org/wfyi/audio/NOLI/NOLI_18-03-15.mp3 On WFYI‘s No Limits, CTS Professor Felicity Kelcourse discussed the #MeToo movement as more women speak out about sexual harassment and unwanted advancements. The idea of moving from tolerance to respect, appropriate touch and how the movement impacts different communities was discussed. Professor Kelcourse was joined by Lisa Meece a professional cuddler from Indy. […]

20th Annual Psychotherapy and Spirituality Conference

Celebrating two decades of scholarship and instruction, Christian Theological Seminary is proud to host its 20th annual Psychotherapy and Spirituality Conference on March 16-17, 2018. This year’s honored guest is Dr. Jessica Benjamin. Dr. Benjamin has been a practicing psychoanalyst in New York City for more than 35 years and is a Clinical Professor at […]

First cohort of Yoga Teacher Training graduates!

CTS celebrates the graduation of the first cohort from its new Yoga Teacher Training, which is part of CTS’s new Yoga, Spirituality and Wellness program. The training involves three classes that satisfy Yoga Alliance’s 200 hours of teacher training and provides students with deep knowledge of Christian wellness and formation. Congratulations to: Adrienne Lacy Cynthia […]

CTS Library Director, Anthony Elia, Featured in New Book

CTS Director of Library Anthony Elia is featured in a new book, This is What a Librarian Looks Like: A Celebration of Libraries, Communities, and Access to Information. According to the book’s website, “In 2014, author and photographer Kyle Cassidy published a photo essay on Slate.com called “This is What A Librarian Looks Like,” a montage of […]