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Dr. Carol Newsom to Lecture on Evil: Conversations with the Bible and with Contemporary Voices

Dr. Carol Newsom of Emory University’s Candler School of Theology will present the 2013 Zenos Lectures on Monday, February 18, 2013 at 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM in McCormick’s first floor Common Room. In the conversation that follows, Dr. Newsom gives us a detailed look at the lectures that she will be delivering.

McCormick Welcomes Dr. Maulana Karenga

McCormick’s Center for African American Ministries and Black Church Studies and the This Far by Faith on Campus & Cultural Center of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) present Dr. Maulana Karenga.

Riegel Presents at Society of Biblical Literature Conference

The Midwest Region of the Society of Biblical Literature has invited Master of Divinity student Kristin Riegel to present her paper, Queen Vashti and Issues of Power, Resistance, and Personal Agency in Esther 1:10-22.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Praise and Worship Service Presents a Blessing to All

Song, dance, and essays spread the message, "Faith has power!"

LEAD 2013: Leadership, Education and Development for the Whole Church

McCormick and Chicago Presbytery partner to present annual leadership event set for March 2.

Black History Activities feature MLK Lecture and Book Discussion

McCormick’s Center for African American History and Black Church Studies and its Anti-Racism Committee are collaborating on this year’s Black History Month activities.

200 Gather for “Immigration” Conference

Educators, ministers, community leaders and lay leaders participated in McCormick’s Center for the Study of Latin Theology and Ministry’s “Immigration, Deportation and Mission” conference.

A Former Student Remembers Cynthia Bolbach

Each person must live their life as a model for others. - Rosa Parks

Former GA Moderator Cindy Bolbach dies at age 64

Ruling elder and corporate attorney, noted for her non-anxious presence, intelligence, and humor, succumbs to cancer

2012 HIV/AIDS Summit Filled With Energy

More than 200 people filled McCormick’s Common Room on Saturday, December 1 for the HIV/AIDS Summit.