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embraced by a cross, symbolizes the global context in which PTS
faculty members (left to right, Clifton Black, Stacy Johnson,
Scott Hendrix) teach the truth of the Christian
WARC aims for global representation and global justice
Setri Nyomi, PTS alum and the first African head of the World Alliance
of Reformed Churches, reflects on his new post.
by Kent Annan
Truth: Three new PTS faculty members discuss Romans 1:16
Professors Black, Hendrix, and Johnson discuss the power of
the Gospel in a growingly pluralistic culture.
by Kent Annan
Strategies: African Indians of Karnataka, South India
A PTS alum from Ghana finds stories of hope and faith in
exploring his ancestry.
by Pashington Obeng
on the Journey: Luis Rivera-Pagán and John Mackay
A present-day professor and a past president are united by their
devotion to Latin American culture and theology.
by Leslie Dobbs-Allsopp
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