Anthony Chvala-Smith Gives Guest Lecture as Featured Presenter

icon

Faculty

July 17, 2020

Graceland University Assistant Professor of Theology and Scripture, and Paul E. Morden Seminary Chair of Religion Tony Chvala-Smith, PhD

Graceland University Assistant Professor of Theology and Scripture, and Paul E. Morden Seminary Chair of Religion Tony Chvala-Smith, PhD, gave a lecture titled “Listening to the Dead: the Theological Past and the Postmodern Future.” Chvala-Smith was the featured presenter in a month-long online series sponsored by Community of Christ’s Eastern Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic Mission Centers July 14. Participants accessed the lecture both on Zoom and Facebook Live. The lecture explored the relevance of ancient, medieval and modern theological traditions (represented by Ambrose of Milan, Francis of Assisi, Julian of Norwich, Karl Barth and Evelyn Underhill) to postmodern political and spiritual struggles.

Related Posts

Learn More

Faculty

David Devonis Has Biographical Essay Accepted

January 10, 2017

Learn More
Learn More

Faculty

Dennis McElroy Has Three Sessions Approved for Technology in Education Conference

January 10, 2017

Learn More
Learn More

Faculty

Brewster Contributes to Published Book

November 9, 2016

Learn More
Learn More

Faculty

Graceland Hosted the Iowa Undergraduate Computer Science Consortium

March 29, 2016

Learn More
Learn More

Faculty

Ron Smith, Professor Emeriti, Graceland University, presented at Iowa Undergraduate Computer Science Consortium

March 21, 2016

Learn More
Learn More

Faculty

John Franklin Graceland University professor, of Social Science attended the 59th Annual Missouri Valley History Conference

March 8, 2016

Learn More