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Speech-Winner Ties Conflict to Systemic Injustice

A call for peace echoed throughout the University Commons as eight Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) students raised their voices for peacemaking in the annual C. Henry Smith Peace Oratory contest. Rose Byler, a senior social work major from Goshen ...More

Grad gets scholarship for theological study

Nicholas L. (Nick) Detweiler-Stoddard, an entering master of divinity student at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, has been recognized as a young leader who demonstrates exceptional gifts for ministry by The Fund for Theological Education (FTE), based in Atlanta, Ga. ...More

Prominent Philosopher to Speak on ‘Justice’

Nicholas Wolterstorff Nicholas Wolterstorff, professor emeritus of philosophy at Yale University and currently a visiting professor at the University of Virginia, will give two lectures on "justice" Thursday, Nov. 13, at Martin Chapel of the seminary buildi ...More

Mennonite Professors Gather in Harrisonburg

At the fourth annual conference of Mennonite higher-education faculty – held this year for the first time at EMU – two keynote speakers approached the theme, “Creation, Christ and the Classroom,” from opposite perspectives, theological and temporal. They spoke Aug. 8-9 to about 45 faculty, plus several graduate students, from schools including Kansas’ Beth ...More

Science Seminar Explores Spirituality and Health Issues

Dr. Keith G. Meador, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and co-director of the Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health at Duke University Medical Center The intersection of spirituality and health is the focus of the next ...More

President Addresses Global Warming, Creation Care

Matt Frei, chief Washington, D.C., correspondent for the BBC, interviewed President Loren Swartzendruber on creation care from an Anabaptist perspective for a BBC production about Christian response to global warming; the pro ...More

Prof’s Book Outlines Anabaptist Beliefs

A new book by an Eastern Mennonite University professor offers an alternative approach to Christian faith through the beliefs and practices of the Anabaptists, dubbed “the radical wing of ...More

Author Ralph Wood Visits for ‘Writers Read’

Dr. Ralph Wood The next "Writers Read" sponsored by the language and literature department will feature Ralph Wood, professor of ...More

New Book Explores Bioethics ‘Through Anabaptist Eyes’

Cascadia Publishing House, Telford, Pa., has released a new book growing out of a major conference on bioethics h ...More

Perez Returns to Seminary with the Gospel of Hope

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