He has seen more of the world than Marco Polo. He has opened more mission fields than David Livingstone. He has been as innovative in his world of church ministries as Thomas Edison was in the world of technology. Orie Miller may be the most remarkable Mennonite in our generation, perhaps of our century. –Robert S. Kreider, 1969
Orie O. Miller is a well-known name, but the r ...More
Global climate change and human conflict are two different problems, dealt with by different groups, right?
In fact, the United States military combats terrorism and climate change. Both are huge threats to national security.
In this week’s Suter Science Seminar on the Eastern Mennonite University campus, professor ...More
“When I first began working at Eastern Mennonite College,” recalls professor emeritus Wilmer Lehman ’57, “teaching at EMC was seen as a kind of mission of the church.” Back in the era of Sputnik, math education was a carefully calculated national priority, and teachers of mathematics were in high demand. This small private ...More
It didn’t have to be!
Two world religions, Christianity and Judaism, didn’t have to split the way they did.
That’s the belief of the late Mennonite theologian John Howard Yoder as outlined in his posthumously-published book, “The Jewish-Christian Schism Revisited.”
Eastern Mennonite University will examine Dr. Yoder’s assertions in ...More
How does the church address differences? How can the struggle draw persons together rather than drive them apart?
A new book, “Telling Our Stories: Personal Accounts of Engagement with Scripture,” explores these pr ...More