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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 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. Jack Seymour
Professor of Religious Education

Education for Redemptive Community
Published July 2014

The young Muslim scholar who had just completed his Ph.D. quietly rose and spoke to those of us—Christians, Muslims, and Jews—who had participated with him in an international conference at Cambridge University on Commitment, Character, and Citizenship: Religious Education in Liberal Democracy: “I thank you for including me. Here I have been able to share my passion both for my faith and the world we share. I have been free to talk about the communities I love and their needs.” Many of us nodded in assent. Together we were freed to share our differing religious traditions and build shared commitments. Truths were claimed, risked, and challenged in order to learn how to teach for both faith commitment and civic participation.

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Dr. Fred Schmidt
Rueben P. Job Associate Professor of Spiritual Formation

The Dave Test
Published May 2014

“It’s hard,” he went on to say, “when you’ve been told that you have a brain tumor to hear people tell you that ‘God has a plan,’ that ‘the best is yet to come,’ or that God is giving you ‘a blessing in disguise.’ When you say that to someone who has a tumor that claims the lives of all but three percent of those who have them within a year, the words are worse than useless.”

My brother’s language was pretty raw, but it is also fairly typical of people who find themselves at life’s ragged edges. In turn, those ragged places present some of the tougher and perennial challenges to Christian communities. Helping seminarians to nurture communities of faith that can walk with people in those places has long been a centerpiece of theological education, particularly in classes and internships devoted to the subject of pastoral care.

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Dr. Charles Cosgrove
Professor of Early Christian Literature

Woman of Pompeii
Published February 2014

Eliza Garrett, patron founder of Garrett Biblical Institute, lived and died before archeological excavations brought to light a certain nameless, but not faceless, woman of ancient Pompeii. Garrett would have found something to like about this baker’s wife, whose image, nearly two millennia old now, was preserved as a wall painting in a house she shared with her husband, Terentius Neo. The portrait is now at the Museum of Naples, but this year it made a journey, with many other Pompeiian artifacts, to the British Museum in London, where I viewed it in July.

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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.

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  YouTube

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  Blogs

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

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http://theunitedlibrary.blogspot.com

Websites

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

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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.