Prof. Courtney Buggs Finishes First Year as Visiting Assistant Professor of Homiletics

Rev. Dr. Courtney Buggs joined the CTS faculty in 2019 as Visiting Assistant Professor of Homiletics, having been awarded a prestigious Louisville Institute postdoctoral fellowship. Prof. Buggs has quickly become an integral part of the CTS community, bringing her wide-ranging experience and expertise to the life of the seminary. She begins the second of her […]

CTS Faculty Recommend Summer Reading

Summer often provides an opportunity to catch up on some backlogged reading. Since there are never too many recommendations, we checked in with several members of the CTS faculty to see what they are reading and what they have recently written. President David M. Mellott Recent/current reads: Ezra Klein, Why We’re Polarized (Simon & Schuster, […]

Rev. Courtney Buggs Joins Faculty as Visiting Professor of Homiletics

Christian Theological Seminary is pleased to announce that Rev. Courtney Buggs will join the faculty as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Homiletics in Fall 2019. Rev. Buggs was awarded the prestigious Louisville Institute postdoctoral fellowship to serve for two years at CTS. The Louisville Institute is a Lilly Endowment funded initiative that provides support for […]

CTS Welcomes Dr. David M. Mellott as Seventh President

After an extensive search process by the Board of Trustees, Christian Theological Seminary is excited to announce that Dr. David M. Mellott has been named the Seminary’s seventh president. His tenure will officially begin on July 1, 2019. Since 2011, Dr. Mellott has served as Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean, and Professor of Theological […]

Prof. Robert Saler Attends International Orthodox Conference as Ecumenical Observer

Prof. Robert Saler, Associate Dean and Research Professor of Religion and Culture at CTS, recently attended the inaugural meeting of the International Orthodox Theological Association (IOTA) from January 9-12, 2019, in Iaşi, Romania, as the Lutheran ecumenical observer. IOTA is a community of scholars and professionals dedicated to the worldwide exchange of knowledge within the context […]

Prof. Bill Kincaid Authors New Book

Professor Bill Kincaid, Interim President and Herald B. Monroe Associate Professor of Leadership and Ministry Studies at CTS, authored a new book, Like Stepping Into a Canoe: Nimbleness and the Transition into Ministry. As the subtitle indicates, this new book, which is Prof. Kincaid’s second, addresses the transition from seminary training into a ministry context. […]

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 […]