President's Blog

Monday, October 27, 2014

Remembering the Saints

This encompassing body expresses the hope of Christians, that ultimately we will be found in God’s safekeeping.

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My Experience:

Joshua Smith

“The vocation of the “pastor-theologian” is one that appeals deeply to my personal sense of calling. I have never felt particularly gifted as a “shepherd pastor,” or a “CEO pastor,” but have always had...

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Remembering the Saints

This encompassing body expresses the hope of Christians, that ultimately we will be found in God’s safekeeping.

Read More
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My Experience:

Joshua Smith

“The vocation of the “pastor-theologian” is one that appeals deeply to my personal sense of calling. I have never felt particularly gifted as a “shepherd pastor,” or a “CEO pastor,” but have always had...

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President's Blog

Remembering the Saints

This encompassing body expresses the hope of Christians, that ultimately we will be found in God’s safekeeping.

Read More
Find Us

My Experience:

Joshua Smith

“The vocation of the “pastor-theologian” is one that appeals deeply to my personal sense of calling. I have never felt particularly gifted as a “shepherd pastor,” or a “CEO pastor,” but have always had...

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My Experience:

Joshua Smith


“The vocation of the “pastor-theologian” is one that appeals deeply to my personal sense of calling. I have never felt particularly gifted as a “shepherd pastor,” or a “CEO pastor,” but have always had an abiding spiritual curiosity that has led me to seek God both intellectually and in community. Working on a Master of Arts in Theological Studies degree at Central gave me the valuable freedom to explore theology and biblical studies more deeply than I could have imagined. I not only learned how to conduct research in my field of New Testament studies, but I learned how to better form my own questions in search of answers. Central helped me to realize my own vision of making biblical scholarship accessible to the local parish, a vision that I hope to carry well into my future.”

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