I need first to state the obvious: social media is a tool. Social media is a tool that is often used poorly, and social media is a tool that lends itself to misuse by nature of its ease of access. Social media has not necessarily … Continue readingSocial Media and Proclaiming the Gospel
Countless news reports depicted mass marches of protest. Television screens flashed images of hurt and anger setting cities aflame. In the wake of the non-indictment of officers Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo, each night brought new stories confronting our comfortably-held notion that we have progressed … Continue readingShootings, Silence, and Self-Examination: How Should We as Seminarians Respond?
This past Thursday CTS welcomed Jonathan Bradford, Reggie Smith, and three community reading groups to a town hall lunch and discussion about “Some of My Best Friends are Black,” our book of the semester. Jonathan Bradford is the head of the Inner City Christian Federation. … Continue readingTown Hall on Book of the Semester
Do you find yourself sitting in your office chair, twiddling your thumbs, wondering what to do with all your talents, passions, free time, and love of group activities? Probably not. But you should still join one of CTS’s great clubs anyways. This year students have … Continue readingClubs At CTS