Taste of Seminary: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Aging Clocks: The Moral Implications of Measuring Our “Real” Age – Dr. Todd Daly
New AI-powered deep aging clocks provide a new way to measure one’s age biologically, rather
than chronologically. What’s at stake in using AI to predict our longevity, and why does it
UTS Book Sale
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Taste of Seminary: Making Sense of Critical Race Theory (CRT) with Dr. Todd Daly
What is Critical Race Theory (CRT), why does it matter, and how should Christians think about it?
Taste of Seminary: Ritual and Reality: Constituting Ourselves through Everyday Symbolic Actions with Dr. Peter Spychalla
We do more than meets the eye in religious and everyday rituals. Join us as we explore human meaning-making in ritual.
Taste of Seminary: Do We Need Adam & Eve?: Scripture, Science and Human Origins with Dr. Ken Cuffey
Who were Adam and Eve, how exactly are we related to them, and does it really matter? What role, if any, should science have on a serious engagement with Scripture?
Taste of Seminary: Communicating Truth in a Pluralistic Society: What has Worldview Got To Do with It? with Dr. Anne Alexander
How might three worldviews found in the Bible impact our communication in a culture often antagonistic to Christian values?
Taste of Seminary: The Christian Vision of J. R. R. Tolkien with Melody Green
February 25: The Christian Vision of J. R. R. Tolkien J. R. R. Tolkien described The Lord of the Rings as a “fundamentally religious” story. Join us for a brief exploration of the various ways Tolkien uses symbolism in this…
Taste of Seminary: Christian Boot Camp in the Third Reich, Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Approach to Seminary Training
February 18: Christian Boot Camp in the Third Reich: Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Approach to Seminary Training Dietrich Bonhoeffer conceived of a new type of seminary designed to instill a form of discipleship capable of enduring persecution and resisting the spiritual lies…
Taste of Seminary: How to Read—and How Not to Read—the Bible with Ken Cuffey
February 11: How to Read—and How Not to Read—the Bible Dr. Ken Cuffey How can we read a text written by people long ago in an unfamiliar culture, making sure we hear God speaking through its words? By examining how…
Eighth Annual Preaching Forum: Preaching with Cultural Intelligence
Preaching with Cultural Intelligence Date: Monday, February 17, 2020 Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (registration, coffee, and snacks begin at 8:30 am) Location: Windsor Road Christian Church Cost: $25 Featuring Matthew D. Kim, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Preaching and…