School of Theology News
The University of Arkansas Press has published A Cry for Justice: Daniel Rudd and His Life in Black Catholicism, Journalism, and Activism, 1854-1933 by Dr. Gary Agee, an adjunct faculty member of the Anderson University School of Theology. Agee has been teaching church history at the seminary for a number of years.
by Dr. John Aukerman, professor of Christian Education, director of distance education, and director of outcomes assessment at the Anderson University School of Theology.
I was hired to teach in the Anderson University School of Theology in 1984, and have searched in vain for a good comprehensive textbook to use in my Christian education classes. Every new book that came along was either incomplete, or had a theological bent that was inconsistent with our Wesleyan holiness tradition.
The School of Theology now has a LinkedIn Network Group. The seminary invites pastors and alumni to become a part of this group to receive current information about the School of Theology, share thoughts, list job openings, and disseminate other information important to the life of the church.
The group is monitored and open to those connected to the School of Theology. You must personally have a LinkedIn profile in order to participate in this network group.
Beginning this Fall, the Anderson University School of Theology will offer courses in Indianapolis, blending academic excellence with a convenient location. Abounding Grace Church of God, 6280 Sunnyside Road, Indianapolis, is serving as host for these classes.
Classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 6:00 to 8:45 p.m. This Fall, Dr. Robert Branson will offer Literature and History of the Old Testament I on Tuesdays, while Dr. James Lewis will teach Theological Ethics on Thursdays.