Professor William Greenway has published a new book, Agape Ethics: Moral Realism and Love for All Life (Cascade, 2016). In line with earlier efforts to articulate a wholly reasonable faith—A Reasonable Belief (WJK, 2015), For the Love of All Creatures (Eerdmans, 2015), and The Challenge of Evil (WJK, 2016)—in Agape Ethics, Greenway develops a compelling argument for the transcending reality of agape and for a spirituality awakened to the sacred value of all life.
Professor Cynthia Rigby, Trustee Chris Currie, and Alumna Layton Williams were among eight Presbyterian leaders to draft a new confessional statement. The Sarasota Statement was released during the NEXT Conference last week.
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary has received a $1.49 million Young Adult Ministries Initiative grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., part of a national program for helping churches create innovative ministries and engage young adults. In response, the Seminary has created the 787 Collective.

HESED Lecture

Dr. Elias Ortega-Aponte is assistant professor of Afro-Latino/as Religions and Cultural Studies at Drew University Theological School. Register for the free event here.

Deep in the heart of Austin!

This weekend, March 31-April 2, Art City Austin, Art Alliance Austin’s art fair and festival, returns for its 67th year with 125 artists.

Education Beyond the Walls

Sign up now for our second Webinar Wednesday with Professor David Johnson. 

View all the spring EBW workshops here.


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