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Mount Alumni Awards presented
Mount Alumni Awards presented
Ellen Sims, TaNikka Sheppard and Eugene Folden received the Mount Alumni Awards for Distinguished Service during Alumni Day Oct. 7.
Kampen publishes
Kampen publishes 'Matthew within Sectarian Judaism'
MTSO Distinguished Research Professor John Kampen has authored the book "Matthew within Sectarian Judaism," in which he makes the case for reading the Gospel of Matthew as the product of a Jewish sect.
Numrich contributes epilogue to
Numrich contributes epilogue to 'The Interfaith Movement'
MTSO professor in the Snowden Chair for the Study of Religion and Interreligious Relations, has contributed the epilogue to the book "The Interfaith Movement: Mobilising Religious Diversity in the 21st Century," published by Routledge.
Oct 22
Register now for five hours that could set your life on a new path. We welcome aspiring seminary students to sit in on a class, tour apartments and residence halls, explore MTSO’s many financial aid options, and talk with current students, faculty and admissions counselors.
Nov 5
Author and scholar Pamela Lightsey, associate professor of constructive theology at Meadville Lombard Theological School, presents afternoon and evening lectures.
Feb 25
Georgetown University faculty member and ordained rabbi Julia Watts Belser will speak at MTSO about Jewish stories on gender, disability and the politics of survival.