Kingswood Chronicle is the newsletter of the School of Theology. Published twice a year, Kingswood includes news and stories about School of Theology faculty, staff, students, and alumni; news and stories about the Center for Biblical and Theological Education; and upcoming events. The newsletter is named after Kingswood School in Bristol, England, which was established by John Wesley in 1742.
Kingswood is mailed to approximately 1,700 alumni and friends of the School of Theology. If you would like to be on the mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can access PDF files of the latest issue, as well as past issues, below:
Current Issue of Kingswood Chronicle
Reflections on N.T. Wright's Visit; University Foundations in Celtic Lands; Incoming Seminary Class Welcome; Gospel of John Community Bible Study; and more. (PDF)
Brueggemann on the Psalms; Walls Lecture, “Holiness in Black and White”; “Theology and Economics in Creative Partnership” with Sondra Wheeler; and more. (PDF)
Prison literature over the centuries; new study abroad program in Israel and Palestine; “Racial Reconciliation and the Church” with Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil; and more. (PDF)
The Palmer Lecture with Dr. John Swinton; the Walls Lecture on “The Salvation of a ‘Sinister Kid’” with Dr. Rob Wall; the AAMP’s second annual ministry symposium; and more. (PDF)
Eugene Peterson and the “Scripture as Formation” conference; AAMP’s inaugural conference; Seattle Pacific Seminary’s first graduates; Discernment Weekend; and more. (PDF)
The Palmer Lecture with Dr. Kameron Carter; Ministry in the Wesleyan Spirit conference; Theology Student Union lectures with Dr. Steven Fowl and Dr. William Abraham; and more. (PDF)
The Center for Biblical and Theological Education and the launching of Lectio; Gender and Christianity faculty seminar with Dr. Jack Levison and Dr. Priscilla Pope-Levison; and more. (PDF)
SOT launches its Reconciliation Studies and Global and Urban Ministry minors; “Exploring Darwin” with Dr. Randy Maddox; Walls Lecture with Dr. Rob Wall; and more. (PDF)
Introducing the new Center for Biblical and Theological Education and “Kingswood House,” “Abbey” home of SOT and CBTE; SOT launches its seminary program; and more. (PDF)
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