In this devotion, David L. Tiede, professor of New Testament and president emeritus, wonders with Nicodemus: “How can these things be?” Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for March 2, 2023
Speaker: Emily Rova-Hegener
11 a.m.–12 p.m.
Free lunch in the OCC Dining Room! Or join by Zoom (see email for link).
Join us for a meal today following chapel!
Tonight’s scheduled D&D one-shot and history overview has been postponed due to illness. It will be rescheduled at a later date.
Mark your calendar and join us for the Community Meals planned for the remainder of the academic year:
- March 15: March Community Meal
- April 12: April Community Meal
- May 3: End of Classes Community Celebration
Luther Seminary has appointed Rev. Cody J. Sanders, Ph.D., to a tenure-eligible position as associate professor of congregational and community care leadership. His scholarship focuses on pastoral theology and counseling, with particular emphasis in chaplaincy, spiritual care, death-care practices, and LGBTQ+ experience. He currently serves as pastor at Old Cambridge Baptist Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts; affiliated assistant professor of pastoral theology and chaplaincy studies at Chicago Theological Seminary; American Baptist chaplain at Harvard University; advisor for LGBTQ+ affairs in the Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and is a faculty member for the Center for Chaplaincy Studies.
Read more about Dr. Sanders here, and please join us in welcoming him to Luther Seminary as of July 1.