IN THIS ISSUE

 

 
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  THE NEW FACE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 

Read how the new School of Christian Vocation and
Mission is addressing the multiple roles of the pastor today.

BY HEATHER ROOTE FALLER
     

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  A FRIENDLY DISAGREEMENT ABOUT ISLAM IN THE MODERN WORLD  

A conversation about Islam between two nineteenth-century Dutch thinkers elucidates modern interfaith dialogue.

BY CLIFFORD B. ANDERSON
     
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A STIRRING SPIRIT
 

Reflections on China and Christianity in the twenty-first century.

BY DENNIS OLSON
     
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PREACHING THE WORD IN COLOR
  

Preachers in the West have much to learn from preachers in the global south.

BY CLEOPHUS J. LaRUE
     

 


 

“IT WAS LIKE THE WORLD WAS ENDING…”  
In the days after the earthquake in Haiti, both suffering and love prevailed.

BY KENT ANNAN
     

 

CALVIN CELEBRATED BY HIS WORLD FAMILY  
The anniversary of Calvin’s birth was indeed a world celebration, and many PTS alumni/ae contributed to it.

BY ELSIE McKEE

     

 

Also in this issue, notices of the 2009 alumni/ae reunion and read about Reunion 2010 ; read a story about a student doing field education as an intern in the mayor’s office in Newark, New Jersey, by Sarah Messner, and read a story about a PTS graduate from Australia  who is a teacher and poet, by Barbara Chaapel.