In a new post, “From the Associate Dean’s Desk,” Dr. Steele discusses St. Augustine’s doctrine of sin. “One evening in my THEO 6020 Global Christian Heritage 1 class, we were talking about sin. Or to be more precise, we were talking about St. Augustine’s doctrine of sin. It is, ahem, a touchy subject. Augustine is […]
Looking for ways to think about the intersection of faith and race? Beginning Sunday, February 22, Quest Church will be starting a month-long class on this very topic. Do you know of any other churches in the area with workshops or classes on this subject? Let us know in the comment section! For more information, […]
In a new post, “From the Associate Dean’s Desk,” Dr. Steele discusses St. Augustine’s doctrine of sin. http://bit.ly/1Cf1hTP from the Seattle Pacific Seminary Facebook Page Follow Seattle Pacific Seminary on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Join SPS alum Anna Miller and Professor Brenda Salter McNeil this Thursday at 3pm in Alexander Chapel as they pray for racial justice, particularly in the epidemic of mass incarceration in the American prison system. “This Thursday, February 12, 2015, the Christian Community Development Association has invited communities across the country to hold prayer vigils […]
Enjoy this prayer from the Book of Common Prayer for the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany: “Set us free, O God, from the bondage of our sins, and give us the liberty of that abundant life which you have made known to us in your Son our Savior Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with […]
In a new post, “From the Associate Dean’s Desk,” Dr. Steele discusses the complexities and nuances of using moral judgement in a context of pastoral care: “But the fact that having to render moral judgments is inescapable does not give anyone, including Christian pastors, the right to be “judgmental,” to set themselves up as infallible […]