San Francisco Theological Seminary Trustees & Faculty Announce the Class of 2018 Commencement Exercises
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.
In this season of Easter, we are being transformed into the image of the Risen Christ.
In our Lenten and Easter listening, what have we heard that has yet to sink in? What good news do we need to repeat until it becomes new life in us?
Listen to the quiet in between and all around and just before.
“In every story we choose to listen to some people and not to others.”
In Gethsemane, Jesus lives into the “uns” – the uncertainty, the unseen, the unresolved.
“There’s no better way of remembering than feeding each other.”
Whatever the woman who anointed Jesus has done, she has woken up the critics in the room.
Just as John Coltrane called out to the Dear Listener in “A Love Supreme,” Jesus calls out to us to listen and to watch and to be vigilant.