Fall History and Ecumenics Department Lecture 

 Hovorun  

Monday, November 19, 2012 7:00 pm
Main Lounge, Mackay Campus Center

"Mastering the Timeline for Ecclesiology: Time Loops, Anachronisms, and Other Anomalies" 

Lecturer: Archimandrite Dr. Cyril Hovorun of the Russian Orthodox Church, currently Research Fellow at Yale University

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All Welcome 

 



Special Visitor to Dr Rorem's Course

  

November 19, 2012 
Dr. Emiliano Fiori, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Templeton Fellow 2012-14

  • Guest at CH1100 8:30-9:30am, Stuart 6
  • Conversation about Pseudo-Dionysis in Syriac tradition 9:30-10:30am Stuart 6
 

 



 

Day Conference:  Center of Theological Inquiry NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE - Studies in Japanese Christianity

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Friday, May 11, 2012
9:30 am to 4:30 pm

Luce Hall, 50 Stockton Street, Princeton, New Jersey

 

Featuring Members of the Center of Theological Inquiry Haruko Nawata Ward, Shin Chiba, Thomas Hastings, Peter J. Paris,  and Edmondo Lupieri.

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All Welcome

 


 
History Colloquium, "African Women's Reading of the Bible and the Ethos of Contemporary Christianity in Africa"

 Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 7 p.m.
Clarke Lounge, Erdman Hal


 Oduyoye
Dr. Mercy Amba Oduyoye,
Professor of African Christianity and
Pentecostal Theology at Trinity Theological Seminary, Accra, Ghana

The Department of History and Ecumenics is happy to announce that Dr. Mercy Amba Oduyoye, the well known African theologian and  Professor of African Christianity and Pentecostal Theology at Trinity Theological Seminary, Accra, Ghana, will be presenting the spring departmental lecture, "In the Power of the Spirit: Pneumatic Christianity and the Changing Face of Mission in Africa. ,  on March 9, 2012  at 9:30 a.m. in Stuart Hall, Room 6 entitled, ""African Women's Reading of the Bible and the Ethos of Contemporary Christianity in Africa".

Doctoral students and faculty gather three times per semester for presentations and conversation on topics of common interest, especially related to research methodologies. The colloquium is led jointly by a student and a faculty member. The usual schedule is the first Monday evening of Oct., Nov., Dec., Feb., March, and April. Historians in the Princeton area are welcome to attend; if you would like to receive regular information about the program for 2011-2012, please contact james.moorhead@ptsem.edu or james.walters@ptsem.edu .

For information on the October Colloquium, please contact kathleen.mcvey@ptsem.edu or james.walters@ptsem.edu.