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2021-2023 Lamin Sanneh Research Grants Opportunity

The Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary (OMSC@PTS), invites proposals for two two-year “Lamin Sanneh Research Grants” for the 2021–2023 academic period. These grants honor the late Yale Professor who pioneered the field of World Christianity and served as an OMSC Trustee and IBMR Contributing Editor. OMSC@PTS will award two prizes of $10,000

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Jung-Sook Lee: Distinguished Alumna

We congratulate Jung-Sook Lee, retired President of Torch Trinity Graduate University in Korea, on winning the 2020 Distinguished Alumna award from Princeton Theological Seminary. Jung-Sook is a member of the Women’s PeerLeader Forum.

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Tekle Belachew Publishes Article

Tekle Belachew (LeaderStudies) recently published an article, “Ethiopian Qene (Traditional and Living Oral Poetry) as a Medium for Biblical Hermeneutics,” which analyzes how Ethiopian oral poetry can be useful for studying the Bible.

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“Transformation before Proclamation”

For a challenging perspective on the overall situation in Palestine, read a recent blog post by Tony Deik (LeaderStudies) for INFEMIT. From his research on Acts, Tony calls Christians to recognize and reject their prejudices before they can serve as peacemakers.

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CT Quotes Prabhu Singh

Prabhu Singh, president of SAIACS (VSI), was quoted in a recent Christianity Today article about India’s COVID crisis. He makes the point that COVID-19 is decimating India’s Christian leadership, causing the loss of almost a whole generation of leaders. Pray for India.

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CT Interview with Martin Accad

Christianity Today recently interviewed Martin Accad about The Religious Other, his recent anthology. Martin is faculty at ABTS (VSI) and advocates for “a tone of love within a spirit of Jesus-centered proclamation.”

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The Religious Other

Our June book is The Religious Other, edited by Martin Accad at ABTS (VSI), with a contribution by Havilah Dharamraj (Women’s PeerLeader Forum), published by Langham. This book helps readers gain a rich understanding of Islam through academic essays, poetry, and testimonies from a variety of Majority World and Western perspectives.

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Stavan John Publishes Article

Why is it important to recognize that Jesus is still human, right now, in heaven? Read a recent article by Stavan John (LeaderStudies) in Modern Reformation, where he reflects on Christ’s ascended humanity and how this theology is especially important for Indian Christians.

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African Public Theology

How can Christians help to overcome problems in their societies? Especially in Africa, what does Christianity have to say to politics, economics, work, poverty, education, and the environment? This month, explore African Public Theology, edited by Sunday Agang (LeaderStudies), which answers some of these questions.

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2021 ScholarLeader of the Year

Redeeming Suffering: A Profile of Elizabeth Sendek

“God defeats Satan, evil, and sin through suffering. Is that not the case in Jesus’s acceptance of the most shaming and cruel death of his day? He triumphed over the ultimate enemy precisely by surrendering to it,” Elizabeth Sendek writes in Christianity Today (2010). Rather than conquer suffering by escaping it, Christians conquer suffering by

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