The Transformative Power of Surrender, presented by Colette Lafia. Opening our heart to the path of surrender is foundational to the spiritual journey. Participants will learn to look intimately at their lives as the greatest teacher of this often misunderstood spiritual principle through engaging in prayer, art, and contemplative listening.
Please join Women’s Studies in Religion for our final event of the year. This presentation will be offered by Dr. Jennifer Davidson, our Steering Committee Chair, and focused on a feminst approach to pedagogy.
Please help us celebrate this reunion of current CJS students, graduates, and former faculty affiliated with the Center for Jewish Studies. Then plan to join us the following day for the CJS@50 Conference and Celebration.
Students are invited to an informal conversation with President of Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Craig Barnes about what’s happening with the Christian church in the US, and how theological schools are responding to the challenges of our time.
An evening talk by Princeton Theological Seminary President, Dr. Craig Barnes, as the inaugural lecture for the Berkeley Palmer Lectureship in honor of Rev Earl Palmer. At First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley (2407 Dana). Special student Q&A/conversation at 2pm at the GTU with Dr. Barnes.
In conjunction with Berkeley Rep's presentation of Angels in America, the GTU is cohosting "Angelology: A Live Panel on Millenarianism" Panelists include Naomi Seidman and Daniel Matt, and the conversation will be moderated by Bob Rees, GTU director of Mormon studies.
Commencement activities for 2018 graduates of each of the GTU's member schools will be held between May 17 and May 20. See this page for a full schedule, or visit the website of individual schools for further details.
Thursday, May 17th 2018, 7:00pm to Friday, May 18th 2018, 9:00pm
Join ABSW for two nights of interreligious reflection on themes of Sacrifice (May 17) and Mercy (May 18). Featured speakers from the GTU include Deena Aranoff, Mahjabeen Dhala, Rita Sherma, Cogen Bohanic, and LeAnn Snow Flesher. Lectures begin each evening at 7 pm.