Presbyterian seminary publishes online “church and culture” magazine

I got on the mailing list for Columbia Theological Seminary (Flash required; bad bad bad!) of Decatur, Georgia more than a decade ago when I was looking for a theological school, and bless their hearts they’ve followed me for seven addresses since.

Now they’re publishing a rather interesting looking online magazine called @ This Point which, despite the cheesy name, prompts readers to “download the content” for “adult Sunday School classes, small groups and conversation.” “Our aim,” I read on the promotional postcard, “is to encourage the type of charitable disagreements through which the church and its members have always grown in wisdom and toward God.”

The current theme is “theology after disaster” and looks promising and is a satisfying public role for a seminary.
@ This Point (At This Point) 

This is post #1400. 

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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