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Jan 29: Memorial Service for Dr. Syngman Rhee
We the Asian Student Association invite the family of Columbia Theological Seminary to commemorate the life of the Reverend Dr. Syngman Rhee next Thursday January 29 at 6:00 pm in the Campbell Hall Chapel.
Dr. Rhee dedicated his life to an incredible vision, and that vision was characteristically who he was: patient and loving. He never once forsook his intent to mention in every conversation regarding our community that it all begins with sharing our individual faith journeys, to listen and understand the stories of each person and child of God.
Come join us in celebrating his faith journey together.
Feb 3-4: Inaugural Kathleen O’Connor Lectures
The inaugural lectures will be given by Louis Stulman, Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Findlay (OH). Dr. Stulman’s lectures will be titled: “The Scandal of the Prophets: Language of Trauma and War” (2/3 at 7:00 pm) and “Healing the Wounds of the World: The Promise of Prophetic Sign-Acts for Today” (2/4 at 12 noon). Details here.
CARDBOARD CHRONICLES BURST WITH PRAISE!
The Center for Lifelong Learning begins the new year with Cardboard Chronicles: The Biblical Art of Rudolph Bostic. The exhibit brings together twenty-three paintings from one of America’s most amazing self-taught artists. His vibrant images, rendered in enamel and house paint with a shimmering glossy finish on cardboard and his flamboyant use of color put him in a category all his own. The exhibit will be displayed on the second floor of the Harrington Center through March 20. Details here.