1. Mark Hannan

    ALTE Presents: Connected! The Church in the Social Media Era

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    This ALTE workshop explores the challenges and possibilities that the Church encounters in the use of social networks. Starting from a biblical-theological reflection, the workshop covers the practical aspects of cybernetic communication and the essential elements to create effective means of social interactions, from and for the community of Christian faith.
  2. Mark Hannan

    SCUPE Course Tackles Unjust Home Foreclosures

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    When seminary students and congregation members in SCUPE’s Public Theology course went door-to-door in the Dale neighborhood of St. Paul, they weren’t surprised to hear what issue was most pressing amongst residents: unjust home foreclosures. This past Fall’s course represented a pioneering partnership between church, seminary, and community. As the...
  3. Mark Hannan

    Encuentro Educativo

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    Join ALTE for a bilingual staff development workshop that will be great for bible institute staff, leaders in christian education and pastors (speaker Dr. Agustina Luvis-Nuñez, Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico) on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Registration: 8:00 am – 8:45 am) at Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal, M.I. 3950 Marquette Road Lake Station, IN 46505 Encuentro Educativo para facultad de Institutos Bíblicos, Líderes de Educación Cristiana y Pastores. Sábado, 27 de octubre del 2012.
  4. Mark Hannan

    Educacion Teologica Latina Avanzada

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    Hoy les traemos una historia de primera mano de una estudiante de ALTE (Educacion Teologica Latina Avanzada) un programa de SCUPE. El siguiente es un testimonio de la graduada del programa ALTE, Mirta B. Rodríguez, ella escribe acerca de cómo continuar la educación teológica de una punto de vista Latina que ayudó a propulsar, inspirar, y comunicar a su futuro del ministerio.
  5. Mark Hannan

    Internationally Known South African Theologian to Deliver 2012 Wright Lecture

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    Dr. Allan Boesak, internationally known South African theologian and commentator on faith and politics, will deliver the 2012 Jeremiah Wright lecture, “Fragile Faith and Audacious Hope: Does Politics Have Words for It?” Boesak rose to prominence in 1982, when the World Alliance of Reformed Churches declared the doctrine of apartheid a heresy, suspended the South African Reformed Churches from its membership and elected anti-Apartheid leader Boesak president of the world body.