The institute Church and Judaism is part of the evangelical church in Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz. The Institute sponsors students of theology as well as theologians working in Jerusalem. Scientific, educational and more general periodicals are published and the institute works with nationwide committees and stimulates research into the general field of Church and Judaism.
Read an Aug. 23, 2012, column in The Wall Street Journal about the debt problem for seminary students and what congregations and schools can do differently to address it. Russell D. Moore, dean of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., is the author.
Read an Aug. 7, 2012, story by Inside Higher Ed about seminary programs that combine master of divinity degrees with advanced business degrees.
Larry Golemon is executive director of the Washington Theological Consortium, an organization of 17 seminaries in the Washington, D.C., area.
Willette A. Burgie-Bryant is director of student formation and the chaplain at Eastern University’s Palmer Theological Seminary in Wynnewood, Pa.
Bruce C. Birch is emeritus dean and emeritus professor of biblical theology at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. He is co-editor of C(H)AOS Theory: Reflections of Chief Academic Officers in Theological Education (2011).
Christian Andrews is director of ministries at Outreach Red Bank Community Church in Red Bank, N.J. In July 2011, he participated in a Princeton Theological Seminary conference on vocations for the 21st century.
St. John’s Seminary, a Catholic school in Brighton, Mass., is expanding its on-campus offerings with the introduction of a new institute on faith formation and a new master’s degree to be offered through that institute. The Rev. Christopher O’Connor is president of the institute. Contact via the seminary.
Glenn T. Miller is professor emeritus at Bangor Theological Seminary and the author of Piety and Profession: American Protestant Theological Education, 1870-1970. Contact through the seminary.