Join us on campus or via Zoom for a special book event celebrating the release of President Molly T. Marshall’s 1 & 2 Thessalonians: A Theological Commentary on the Bible, part of Westminster John Knox’s Belief series.
The event will feature a discussion and Q&A with President Marshall, as well as remarks from special guest Rev. Dr. Shively Smith (Boston University). Drs. Marshall and Smith will discuss the ways the letters to the Thessalonians raise questions, ideas, and obligations that remain relevant today, such as: How should we live in the shadow of the coming Parousia? What are our obligations to one another as followers of Jesus? How do we learn to trust the truth of the gospel?
A reception will follow for in-person attendees.
The registration deadline is October 20, 2022. If you have questions, please contact MJ Luna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Persons on campus need to be fully vaccinated. While masks are not required, visitors should wear a mask in accordance with health risks and seminary policy available here.
“Catching God’s Breath in the Age of #BlackLivesMatter”
Rev. Dr. Angela Parker
Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek
at Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology
Join us for Gabriella Boros’ first formal event at United. Boros will offer an artist talk about her striking woodblock print exhibit “Rage, Roots, & Stones.” Dr. Munjed Murad and Dr. Jennifer Awes Freeman will moderate a conversation in response to Gabriella’s presentation.
Join us for our Seminary Chaplain Ministerial Installation at Fall Symposium Week. A lunch reception will follow hosted by the Dean.
Attire: Ministerial robes with multicolor stoles, academic regalia, or smart casual