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NEWS & EVENTS – Cláudio Carvalhaes

NEWS & EVENTS

Faith and Politics in the Public Square – Come and join us for this great conference!

Institute for Faith and Public Life September 27-29, 2012 School of Christian Vocation & Mission Princeton Theological Seminary Register at http://ptsem.edu/offices/coned/faithandpubliclife/ The Institute for Faith and Public Life is ideal for people with a passion for social change. Through engaging workshops and discussions built around the theme of Faith and Social Transformation, you will explore transformational opportunities that support faith in the public sphere. Participants will engage in conversation regarding the incidence of religious rhetoric in American politics over the past years. The heightened religious talk in politics, and the increasingly plural society of the United States and the developed world,…

Faith and Politics in the Public Square

September 27-29, 2012 School of Christian Vocation & Mission Princeton Theological Seminary The Institute for Faith and Public Life is ideal for people with a passion for social change. Through engaging workshops and discussions built around the theme of Faith and Social Transformation, you will explore transformational opportunities that support faith in the public sphere. Participants will engage in conversation regarding the incidence of religious rhetoric in American politics over the past years. The heightened religious talk in politics, and the increasingly plural society of the United States and the developed world, challenges the Church and theologians to be a…

Worship and the Arts “Danger: Art at Work” – LPTS 2010

Blind-folded worship experiences illustrates “how much we need God and each other” 8/13/2010 By Toya Richards Rebecca Barnes-Davies, a dual-degree student at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, intends to pastor a local congregation one day, and when she does, she will be equipped with experience and knowledge about how to incorporate more fully the arts into worship. She recently attended the conference Danger: Art at Work, Worship and the Arts III, held July 28-31 at Louisville Seminary. The event, sponsored by the Seminary and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Theology, Worship, and Education, brought together students, pastors, artists, worship leaders,…