Professor Andrew Suderman on ‘Wrestling with Mennonite identity’

The creation of identity is a dynamic process," writes Professor Andrew Suderman, who teaches theology, peace and mission at Eastern Mennonite University. He also serves as secretary of Mennonite World Conference’s Peace Commission. Andrew and his wife, Karen, served with Mennonite Church Canada as coordinators of the Anabaptist Network in South Africa from 2009 to 2016.   ... read more about Professor Andrew Suderman on ‘Wrestling with Mennonite identity’ from The Mennonite

‘Trust in the Lord in your long journey’: Dedicated commuter students make weekly trek for seminary classes

David Gaylor commutes 320 miles round-trip to Eastern Mennonite Seminary each week, traveling from the south-central town of Martinsville and staying Tuesday and Wednesday night. In his second year of
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EMS awarded nearly $1 million grant by Lilly Endowment to support pastors, build ‘thriving ministries’ program

Eastern Mennonite Seminary (EMS) has received a five-year grant of $999,900 from Lilly Endowment Inc. in support of a national initiative to help clergy working in congregations thrive in their
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‘Let us compete in doing good’: Turkish author’s explorations bridge religious differences with ‘The Islamic Jesus’

Why does the Qur’an praise Mary, the mother of Jesus, as a “woman above all women”? Why does it venerate Jesus as “the Messiah,” and even “the Word of God,”
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