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  • 01
    01.March.Thursday

    All day
    2018.03.01
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States

    Please ‘Save the Dates’ March 1-2 for this stimulating and inspiring two-day gathering of alums and friends. This year’s theme is “Re-Imagining: Embodiment” – celebrating 25 years of Re-Imagining and also James B. Nelson’s seminal work Embodiment published 40 years ago.

    United Days is part of a year- long celebration (beginning November 2017 and concluding November 2018) of the anniversary of ‘Re-Imagining.’ United’s planning partners include representatives from United for the Susan Draper White Lecture (March 19-20), Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, Plymouth Congregational Church, Hamline University’s Mahle Lectures, and Wisdom Ways.

    The first day of United Days will focus on “Looking Back,” the history of Re-Imagining with keynote speaker, Sherry Jordan, Associate Professor of Theology, University of St. Thomas, and will include Embodiment and its impact.

  • 02
    02.March.Friday

    All day
    2018.03.02
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States

    Please ‘Save the Dates’ March 1-2 for this stimulating and inspiring two-day gathering of alums and friends. This year’s theme is “Re-Imagining: Embodiment” – celebrating 25 years of Re-Imagining and also James B. Nelson’s seminal work Embodiment published 40 years ago.

    United Days is part of a year- long celebration (beginning November 2017 and concluding November 2018) of the anniversary of ‘Re-Imagining.’ United’s planning partners include representatives from United for the Susan Draper White Lecture (March 19-20), Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, Plymouth Congregational Church, Hamline University’s Mahle Lectures, and Wisdom Ways.

    The second day will focus on “Looking Ahead” with conversations on pressing issues of racism, gender/ sexuality, and body size and ability. National and local theologians and academics are being invited to speak. 

  • 12
    12.March.Monday

    9:00 AM-4:00 PM
    2018.03.12
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States

    This event has been cancelled.

  • 13
    13.March.Tuesday

    11:45 AM-1:00 PM
    2018.03.13
    Bigelow Chapel
    Bigelow Chapel

    Gustafson Lecture on “Bultmann’s Greatest Gift to the Church – A Public Lecture”

    Come hear Dr. David W. Congdon speak on Rudolf Bultmann’s enduring legacy and significance for today’s church  Following the lecture, there will be a response by United professor Dr. Paul Capetz, with participant Q&A in the Strobel room from 12:30-1:15). Lunch will be available for purchase in the café.

    David is acquisitions editor at the University Press of Kansas and instructor in theology at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary. He writes in the areas of existential theology and intercultural hermeneutics and is the author of several books, including The Mission of Demythologizing: Rudolf Bultmann’s Dialectical Theology (Fortress, 2015) and The God Who Saves: A Dogmatic Sketch (Cascade, 2016). He lives outside of Kansas City, Missouri.

  • 19
    19.March.Monday

    7:30 PM-9:00 PM
    2018.03.19
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States
    United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, 5th Street Northwest, New Brighton, MN, United States

    Susan Draper White Lecturer, Dr. Mary Farrell Bednarowski

    “We’re Persisting: Women’s Ongoing Revitalization of Theology & Religious Studies.”