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News and Media

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary utilizes a variety of outlets to tell our story.  From Aware magazine, news releases, monthly emails, and a variety of social networking sites and blogs there are many ways to stay connected. We also offer a faculty experts list, organized by subject matter, to help media outlets, researchers, and others connect with scholars who can share information on the topics they study.

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Have questions or need further information? Contact Shane Nichols, Director of Communications, at 847.866.3866 or shane.nichols@garrett.edu.

Aware Magazine

Aware is a magazine published quarterly by the Development Office for alums and friends of Garrett-Evangelical, a graduate school of theology related to The United Methodist Church with an ecumenical outreach. To view all past issues of Aware, click here.

 

Cutting Edges

Cutting Edges is an ongoing series published in Aware, Garrett-Evangelical's quarterly magazine. In Cutting Edges, Garrett-Evangelical faculty share their latest research and expertise in their field of study. From issues of the undocumented worker in the United States to current trends and models in worship, each of these articles touch on current issues facing the Church and our world. To read the articles in their entirety, click the "Read More" links below.


Dr. Osvaldo Vena
Professor of New Testament Interpretation

I Can't Breathe
Published May 2015

Jesus’ cleansing of the temple is an example of how he resisted oppressive institutions. He came into the temple and disrupted the daily functioning of the sanctuary as a reminder that God was not pleased with the way it was being administered. His action was an act of public protest, a riot if you please, since historically speaking he could not have done this alone unless he was helped by a number of others.

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Dr. David Hogue
Professor of Pastoral Theology

We Marched in the Streets This Week
Published January 2015

December 2014. We marched in the streets this week. That does not sound unusual since hundreds of thousands of Christians and persons of other faiths publicly gave material witness to their protest against the pattern of violence against unarmed Black citizens by White police officers. The tragic events in Ferguson, Missouri; Staten Island; Cleveland, and elsewhere in our country in recent months have pulled back the curtains that blocked the view for many—a view of the all-too-common systemic structures in our society that not only marginalize, but do open violence to, African-American persons. And public lament and protest are critical threads in the fabric of Christian theology and the history of the church.

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Past Cutting Edges

Social Media & Blogs

Online social networking and websites are a dynamic way to foster meaningful connections among current and prospective students, faculty and staff, alums, and friends of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.  We encourage you to like, follow, retweet, read, watch, and comment as you explore our online community.

  Facebook

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  Twitter

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  Instagram

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  LinkedIn

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  YouTube

Official YouTube Channel for Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
www.YouTube.com/GarrettSeminary

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  Blogs

Official blog for Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
http://garrettseminary.blogspot.com/

Official blog for the United Library
http://theunitedlibrary.blogspot.com

Websites

Official Website for Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
www.Garrett.edu

Official Website for The United Library
www.library.garrett.edu

GPSS Coaching
www.gpsscoaching.org

Rueben Job Institute for Spiritual Formation
www.ruebenjobinstitute.org


*Affiliated pages and blogs are often maintained by student groups, centers, individual faculty or staff of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. Any views or opinions presented are solely the views, opinions, positions or policies of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. Questions should be directed to Shane Nichols, Director of Communications, at shane.nichols@garrett.edu or 847.866.3866 or to the respective writer or coordinator of each page or blog.