Archive for Category: "Lectures"
October 16, 2012 – Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) welcomes Beverly Roberts Gaventa, Helen H.P Manson Professor of New Testament Literature andExegesis at New Jersey’s Princeton Theological Seminary, as lecturer for its 35th annual J.J. Thiessen Lecture Series, October 16 and 17. Founded in 1978 at Canadian Mennonite Bible College, one of CMU’s founding Colleges, the J. J. Thiessen
February 29, 2012 – CMU Welcomes Professor and Author Robert Benne as guest lecturer in Proclaiming the Unique Claims of Christ Lecture Series. What are the extraordinary claims of Jesus Christ that resonate with us today? What do these claims mean for Christian practice and involvement in the world? Such questions are the focus of Canadian
October 18, 2011: How can Christians understand and use words of a text, a thing of space and time, to reveal the eternal and transcendent Word of God? How can a doctrine be formed on the basis of the Bible, and how can it be represented visually? These questions are explored in a series of
Professor and author to lecture at CMU’s “Proclaiming the Unique Claims of Christ” lecture series Canadian Mennonite University’s annual lecture series Proclaiming the Unique Claims of Christ welcomes professor, author, and guest lecturer Dr. Robert Benne. The 2011 lectures take place March 14 and 15 on campus at CMU. “We are fortunate to welcome Dr.
Resonance, Receptivity and Radical Reformation By Melanie Kampen On January 25 and 26, 2011, Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) welcomed Dr. Romand Coles to its annual Winter Lecture series. Coles is the Frances B. McAllister Endowed Chair and Director of the Program for Community, Culture, and Environment at Northern Arizona University. His interests intersect political theory,
For release January 12, 2011 Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) students, staff, and faculty as well as members of the community will convene for CMU’s tenth-annual Winter Lectures Series, featuring guest lecturer Romand (Rom) Coles on the topic of political studies, January 25-26, 2011. The CMU Winter Lectures, held annually each January and open to the
Author and Professor of Theological Studies Speaks on “Fierce Landscapes and Counter-Cultural Spirituality” For release October 19, 2010 CMU welcomes Belden C. Lane, Professor of Theological Studies at Missouri’s Saint Louis University, as lecturer for the 33rd annual J.J. Thiessen Lecture Series October 19 and 20. Lane presents three lectures on the theme “From Desert