2018 Advent Devotions: Saving Love and Tender Mercy
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Entries by Anna Lebedeff
Watch the video: #MeToo panel discussion with issues specific to the Church
SFTS Classes Back in Session on 11/26
Dr. Daniel Hoggatt, former SFTS Professor of Church Music, organist, and conductor of the once 50-voice Seminary Singers, passed away on October 30, 2018.
SFTS Response to Recent Violence: A Message from President Rev. Dr. Jim McDonald
The first ever Black Church Revival at San Francisco Theological Seminary brought together parishioners near and far, all eager to participate in three nights of preaching, prayer and praise, courtesy of Rev. Yolanda Norton, H. Eugene Farlough Chair of Black Church Studies, and Assistant Professor of Old Testament.
Rev. Yolanda Norton discusses her inspiration for her series of “Beyoncé and the Hebrew Bible” class and worship.
San Francisco Theological Seminary extends its sympathy to the family and colleagues of James H. Cone, founder of Black Liberation Theology and, for 49 years, professor of theology at Union Theological Seminary in New York.
San Francisco Theological Seminary extends its sympathy to the family and colleagues of Rev. Dr. Katie Cannon.
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