During this virtual book launch, Grebel Professor and Director of Theological Studies Carol Penner and co-editor Cameron Altaras will give a special presentation on their latest book, featuring interview clips and insights from book contributors. Q&A to follow.
This event will be held on Zoom.
Friday, 18 November 2022, 6:30pm—8:30pm (MST)
Hilton Garden Inn, Element Ballroom
Jamie Pitts, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, presiding
The TMTC Annual Fall Welcome is a wonderful way to begin the year, reconnect with old friends, and make new ones. In 2020 we moved our events online and re-framed this fall tradition into a celebration of research. The virtual welcome events were a resounding success the past two years and we are excited to gather again for a similar celebration this fall.
This online workshop at the Mennonite World Conference Assembly in July 2022 presents the Anabaptist Mennonite Scholars Network (AMSN) as a resource for MWC members doing advanced academic research in theology, religious studies, history, sociology, anthropology, and other disciplines.
The Anabaptists & Philosophy Roundtable is an occasional webinar series featuring scholars discussing Anabaptist life and thought in relation to philosophical themes, topics, and methods.
Emma CW Ceruti received her MA in Systematic Theology from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York in 2016.
Stella kayenga Mbangu holds a PhD in theology Science of religion and missiology from the University of Pretoria South Africa. Her main research interests center around how to accommodate disabled and especially the hearing -impaired people in the church and society.
Join TMTC in celebrating the launch of Postsecular History: Political Theology and the Politics of Time by Maxwell Kennel.
The Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre (TMTC) is excited to join partners at the Doopsgezind Seminarium, Fresno Pacific University, the Institute of Mennonite Studies, and Pandora Press in the launch of the Anabaptists & Philosophy Roundtable.
Hyung Jin Kim Sun, a.k.a Pablo, is a Louisville Scholar for 2021-2023 and works as Senior Leader for Anti-Racism and Intercultural Conciliation for Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Hadje Cresencio Sadje is pursuing a PhD in Religious Studies at the Universität Hamburg in Germany.