Alumni Respond to Pandemic with Patience, Innovation, and Dedication

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic reach far into nearly every corner of life. Social distancing has altered the way we work and the way we share our lives with others, even the way we worship and shop for groceries. For some, the pandemic has turned homes into ad hoc workspaces, digital conference rooms, and […]

CTS Counseling Center Meets Community Needs Amid Pandemic

From personnel reconfiguration to facility enhancement to service delivery, the Counseling Center at Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) has undergone significant changes over the past few months. These efforts are to ensure that the Counseling Center continues to be a powerful resource in the community. “For over fifty years, the Counseling Center at CTS has been […]

CTS Offers Innovative Course on the Bible in Contemporary Moral Debate

Prof. Amy Lindeman Allen, Assistant Professor of New Testament, is offering an innovative course about the Bible in contemporary moral debate. “Biblical values” has become a catch phrase in today’s political and social world, and Prof. Lindeman Allen’s new course will study its 21st century application, its meaning(s), and its connection to diverse interpretations and […]

Emergency-Relief Grants Awarded to 7 Poverty-Fighting Projects

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Christian Theological Seminary’s Faith & Action Project is providing $75,000 in emergency relief grants to seven organizations whose poverty mitigation work includes mental health services and family stability measures. Working with community networks, past Faith & Action grant recipients and others, CTS identified seven organizations who received these emergency […]