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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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 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. Gennifer Brooks
Ernest and Bernice Styberg Professor of Preaching
A Different Type of Violence
Published April 2016
I owe my new vision to the work being engaged by Andrew Wymer, a doctor of philosophy student in liturgical studies and the work he has undertaken for his dissertation that is focused on the issue of violence and preaching. In discussion with him about the trajectory of his work, I was led to recognize that the general understanding of violence in the culture, and certainly as portrayed in the press, is erroneously limited to physical violence perpetrated by individuals or groups upon other individuals or groups. My conversations with Andrew have brought me to the realization that the physical violence is but a response to the deeper and more pervasive violence of spirit being suffered by the perpetrators.
Dr. K. K. Yeo
Harry R. Kendall Professor of New Testament
Beauty that Creates, Justice that Delights: Arts that Can Transform China and the United States
Published January 2016
Theological education at Garrett-Evangelical is not programmatic, propaganda, professional training (trade school); instead, it is about the spiritual reception of the prophetic ethos (salt), the priestly passion (light), and “obedience of faith” (faithful discipleship) of the Gospel in the world. The work of the Art Committee at our seminary is precisely to realize that which cannot be taught but can be caught, i.e., to foster a theological pedagogy of pneumatic creativity in the classroom.
Dr. Brooke Lester
Assistant Professor of Hebrew Scripture
Cutting Edges: "Black Lives Matter"
An Allusive Outro to 2014-15
Published July 2015
“...the God for whom BLACK. LIVES. MATTER.”
So rang out the voices of Garrett-Evangelical 2015 graduates Carmen C. Manalac-Scheuerman and Jacob M. Ohlemiller in the closing prayer of our commencement exercise. The phrase was doubly emphasized: the graduates’ two voices alternated for most of the prayer, but spoke these words slowly and firmly in unison. At this moment, the two graduates emulated the Bible in a particular way, speaking simultaneously to those “inside” and “outside.
Past Cutting Edges
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