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I’m writing to invite you to join me and the students of NYTS on the Freedom Bus to the Justice for All March on Washington. Bright and early on Saturday morning at 5:30 a.m., we will gather to board the Freedom Bus that will depart from the Interchurch Center (61 Claremont Avenue on the corner of West 120th […]

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An article featuring a conversation between Edward J. Blum and former NYTS faculty Leslie D. Callahan discuss how pastors should talk about Ferguson in their congregations was published on The Christian Century Website on December 03, 2014.

Dr. Leslie D. Callahan pastors St. Paul’s Baptist Church in Philadelphia. She earned a B.A. in Religion from […]

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In light of all of the tragedy surrounding the death of of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO and the following unrest it has caused, NYTS professor Dr. Peter Heltzel and Dr. Cornel West have collaborated in writing a Thanksgiving Prayer for The Daily News this weekend:

As we gather at tables, grieving the state […]

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NYTS joins the Black Religious Scholars Group (Vanderbilt Divinity School) in hosting the 17th Annual Consultation.

Friday, November 21, 2014
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
St. Stephen’s Cathedral Church Of God In Christ
5825 Imperial Avenue
San Diego, CA 92114

The guiding vision […]

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For further information on the AAR conference, please click HERE.

To view the PDF, click on AAR NYTS Flyer.

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NYTS is proud to be a sponsor for the 7th Annual “How Shall They Hear” Conference. The conference is dedicated to develop the preaching skills and convictions of attendees. NYTS students will be eligible for a discount, as shown in the flyer below. For further information on the conference, please visit Continue Reading

NYTS October Events

On September 12, 2014 By

For the Answering the Cry in the Middle East Page, click HERE, or visit www.nytspeacepanel.eventbrite.com.

For the All Saints/All Souls Memorial Service, click Continue Reading

Raising Holy Hands: Reflections on the Killing of Michael Brown
Dale T. Irvin, President, NYTS

 

“I desire, then, that in every place the people should pray, lifting up holy hands without anger or argument…” 1 Timothy 2:8

 

 

More than two weeks have now passed since an unarmed 18-year-old African American […]

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A city isn’t just a place to live, to shop, to go out and have kids play. It’s a place that implicates how one derives one’s ethics, how one develops a sense of justice, how one learns to talk with and learn from people who are unlike oneself, which is how a human being […]

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New York Theological Seminary will launch a new Master of Arts in Religious Leadership and Administration (MARLA) degree this fall. The 48-credit graduate degree is designed to prepare women and men for administrative leadership […]

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