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New Focus for ThM Program at Columbia Seminary

Columbia Theological Seminary is pleased to announce that they are now receiving applications for their newly focused Master of Theology (ThM) program for admissions starting in the fall of 2016. The ThM is a one-year full-time program for students who already have the MDiv degree or its equivalent and who wish to deepen their understanding of a particular area of study through reflection, research, and writing for the service of the Church.

“Previous graduates of this program have gone on to teach, lead churches, and pursue doctoral studies in a variety of areas,” said Martha Moore-Keish, Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the ThM Program. “This new version of our program features even more emphasis on developing research skills through close work with faculty mentors in research of mutual interest.” Continue reading New Focus for ThM Program at Columbia Seminary

Moore-Keish to Preach at PC(USA) General Assembly

By Michael Thompson, Director of Communications

Martha Moore-Keish, Associate Professor of Theology, will preach at the closing worship for the 221st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) in Detroit, MI next week. Her sermon is titled “Bound for the Promised Land” based on Mark 1:1-13. The closing worship service begins at 9:00 am on June 21, though Prof. Moore-Keish will preach at about 11:00 am.

The 221st General Assembly will be held from June 14 to 21, 2014 at the COBO Center in downtown Detroit. This biennial meeting brings together commissioners and advisory delegates from all 172 presbyteries, as well as other delegates and observers from around the world. We begin and end with worship, and in between there are celebrations, deliberations and inspirations for everyone. Continue reading Moore-Keish to Preach at PC(USA) General Assembly