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In a two-part conversation, Paul T. Walls Professor of Scripture and Wesleyan Studies Rob Wall discusses 1 and 2 Timothy's relevance to today's church leaders, with Anthony Robinson, coauthor with Wall of the latest book in the "Called" series, Called to Lead: Paul’s Letters to Timothy for a New Day.
Brenda Salter McNeil, SPU Associate Professor and Director of Reconciliation Studies, appears on the cover of the October 2012 Christianity Today as one of "50 Women to Watch: Those most shaping the church and culture." Read more.
Professor of New Testament Jack Levison will read from and sign copies of his highly acclaimed latest book, Fresh Air: The Holy Spirit for an Inspired Life, at three upcoming Puget Sound and Portland events. More >>
SPU alumnus Eugene Peterson ’54, translator of The Message, recently reviewed Professor of New Testament Studies Jack Levison's latest book, Fresh Air: The Holy Spirit for an Inspired Life (Paraclete Press, April 2012)," Watch the video. Read reviews from other theologians, including N.T. Wright and Walter Brueggemann.
Associate Professor of Theology Daniel Castelo has published a new book, Revisioning Pentecostal Ethics: The Epicletic Community (CPT Press, July 2012).
Associate Professor of Theology Daniel Castelo is the contributing editor of a book of essays just published by Wipf and Stock titled Holiness as Liberal Art, which includes 10 essays on holiness from the School of Theology. More >>
Paul T. Walls Professor of Scripture and Wesleyan Studies Rob Wall has published a new book with pastoral leader Anthony B. Robinson, Called to Lead: Paul's Letters to Timothy for a New Day (Eerdmans, July 2012), with a foreword by Walter Brueggemann. More >>
Professor of New Testament Jack Levison reflects on William Butler Yeats’ poem “Adam’s Curse,” the book of Daniel, and life in the spirit without verbs, in the July 10 Huffington Post.
Professor of Theology Priscilla Pope-Levison, in a blog post for the American Society of Church History, writes of her trip to Portland, Ore., “where I met, face to face, the legacy of Florence Crawford, a Pentecostal evangelist from the initial, heady days of the 1906 Azusa Street Revival.”
On June 8, nine Seminary students were "hooded" by Seminary faculty in Martin Square on the SPU campus, and the next day walked across the stage to receive their diplomas from President Phil Eaton at Key Arena in downtown Seattle.
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