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OFFICE HOURS: AN ONLINE POP-UP BIBLE STUDY
For the Philippians Series,
visit our YouTube Office Hours playlist
Job videos will be posted here as they become available
“Office Hours: An Online Pop-up Bible Study” is designed to meet the needs of pastors and congregations during our season of social distancing. Brennan Breed, from Columbia Theological Seminary, and Chris Holmes, from First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta, are teaming up with guest professors to offer an in-depth, spontaneous and unrehearsed five-week study of the book of Job.
During the study, we will engage with scholars such as Carol Newsom from Emory University, Choon-Leon Seow from Vanderbilt University, Brent Strawn from Duke University, Safwat Marzouk from Anabaptist Mennonite Seminary, and our own Christine Roy Yoder from Columbia Theological Seminary.
All are welcome to the free, hour-long conversation livestreamed to Facebook every Sunday morning from 9:30AM to 10:30AM EST, from May 31st to June 28th at https://bit.ly/CTSofficehours
Participants who want a deeper experience may also register to receive free access to course material, complete with syllabus, downloadable readings, and audio-video links for further study. Register for additional resources below.
Office Hours Schedule:
The Frame Story to Job
Guest Host: Dr. Christine Roy Yoder, J. McDowell Richards Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Columbia Theological Seminary
Guest Host: Dr. Carol A. Newsom, Charles Howard Candler Professor Emerita of Old Testament at Candler School of Theology
Guest Host: Dr. Brent Strawn, Professor of Old Testament at Duke Divinity School
The Divine Speeches
Guest Host: Dr. Choon-Leong Seow, Distinguished Professor of Hebrew Bible and the Vanderbilt, Buffington, Cupples Chair in Divinity at Vanderbilt University
Is Job a Theodicy?
Guest Host: Dr. Safwat Marzouk, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary
Back to the Text is a class at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA, offered to divinity students in all degree programs. It was created and is led by Anna Carter Florence, Peter Marshall Professor of Preaching at Columbia, and culminates in a student performance of a different biblical book each year. This year, the class read the books of Samuel–and with the onset of COVID-19, pivoted from a live performance to an audio performance, that could be developed and accessed online.
Please visit the Back to the Text website for the complete performance recording, background on performers and characters, and about the amazing transformation from one of Columbia’s most loved, embodied classes to an amazing online experience.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE of the ALUMNI ASSOCIATION COUNCIL
President – David Powers ‘09
Vice President – Sunghee Han ‘13
Secretary – Chad Wright Pittman ‘16
Immediate Past President Ella Busby ’00
Columbia Theological Seminary is more than a place to train to be a pastor. It is a place to find your community: those who understand and share your journey with both its challenges and joys.
Seminary alumni have a bond with those who came before them, as well as those who will graduate in the future. We remember the faculty who nurtured us and prepared us for the many kinds of ministry we do.
This is a central place where we make resources available to you and your churches. Be a part of our online community. Try some of the links provided. Check out the latest edition of our publications. Feel free to share your ideas about ways we can continue to support you in your ministry. And by all means, send us an update about what is happening in your part of God’s world. All you need to do is let us know!
Announcing new process! Are you a CTS alumni open to the possibility of a new call? Are you in a congregation searching for a new pastor? We now have a process in place to help you connect! Click here to learn more!
Upcoming Alumni Events
Into the Light: Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament (2020-21 PW/Horizons Bible Study Seminar) Online
The 2020-2021 PW/Horizons Bible Study invites us to explore and reclaim the practice of lament in prayer and worship. This seminar, led by study author and artist P. Lynn Miller and Dee Koza will prepare participants to lead the...
Come See Columbia Day
Join Columbia Friendship Circle, a mission of the PW of the Synod of South Atlantic and Synod of Living Waters, for an on-campus day of worship, lessons, tours, good food and fellowship. Meet the scholarship winners, other CFC participants, and...
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