to the official Website for the Minnesota
Consortium of Theological Schools.
Consists of five seminaries in the state
of Minnesota who recognize the value
of working across denominational traditions
in order to strengthen our faculty,
expand our offerings, and deepen our understanding
of the Church and the world. I encourage
you to explore this Website to learn
about us or to find out where you may
get involved in our multiple offerings and
God richly bless you,
St. John's Univeristy School of Theology and Seminary
and Religion in Conversation: Celebrating the Career
of Ian G. Barbour, as He Nears his 90th Birthday"
Tuesday, April 9, 7:30 PM
St. Thomas University, JRC 126
Alan Padgett, PhD Luther Seminary, presented
a list of Professor Barbour's outstanding accomplishments.
Nathan Hallanger, PhD Augsburg College,
presented a paper, "A Brief History of Ian
Barbour's Work," followed by a short video
of Barbour. Ian Barbour responded, taking
Sponsored by the St. Thomas Theology Department
and the Science and Theology Network of the MNCTS.
Board of Directors Annual Meeting
Wednesday, December 12,
2012 from 12:45-2:30 PM
Rogge-Leyden Room, Anderson
Student Center, University of St. Thomas, St.
Love, philosopher at the University of Minnesota
Ken Kemp, from the St. Thomas Philosophy Department
offered a response on Tuesday, December 4, 2012
at the University of St. Thomas.
Sponsored by the St. Thomas Philosophy and Theology
Departments and the Science and Theology Network
and Faith Conference
sustainable is our food system? What impact does
it have on the environment and on the lives of
people in both urban and rural communities? These
questions and others were addressed by our keynote
speaker, Dr. Fred Kirschenmann and a panel of
representatives from Consortium seminaries on
April 19, 2010
at OEC Auditorium, University of St. Thomas.
video of this event.
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