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 […]
Last week students, alumni, staff, and faculty participated in an experimental art project here on campus. Large footprints were taped to the walls throughout the school inviting people to reflect on their own journey to and through CTS. Each footprint asked a question: What persons and places called you to your journey at CTS? What […]
2018 is the second year the Faith & Action Project will be awarding $100,000 in grants. If you plan to apply for a Faith & Action Project grant, your first deadline is quickly approaching. You must submit your Letter of Intent and Program Summary by noon on May 9th online. Submit here.
Christian Theological Seminary joins our academic and church communities around the world in mourning the death of Rev. Dr. James Hal Cone. Known as the “father of black liberation theology,” he served most of his career as a distinguished professor of theology at Union Theological Seminary in New York and was the author of a […]
Rev. Dr. Dick Hamm, Interim Vice President for Seminary Advancement at CTS, wrote a piece in the ”Faith and Values” section of the Indianapolis Star on Sunday, April 8, 2018, reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and the march for justice. Read it by clicking on the image below.
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 […]
On April 3, the Kennedy King Memorial Initiative is hosting a special viewing of the documentary film, A Ripple of Hope in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Afterward, join the filmmaker, Don Boggs, for a special panel discussion with Kerry Kennedy, president of Robert F. Kennedy Human […]
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, […]
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 […]
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. […]