The members of TREC—those who helped launch it and those who have participated in its processes—deserve to be congratulated, because during this process a consensus has begun to emerge about the type of church the Episcopal Church must become
Day: October 2, 2014
Colleen Flaherty has written a story on the crisis at General Seminary for Inside Higher Ed that includes the first public comment on the situation from the Association of Theological Schools. ATS accredits seminaries and degree programs.
The General Seminary has posted a letter from Bishop Mark Sisk, chair of the board of trustees, to eight striking faculty members whose employment the board has ended, proposing to meet with them on October 16 after an investigation into the allegations the faculty has made into the conduct of Dean Kurt Dunkle has been […]
Laurie Brock, who blogs at Dirty Sexy Ministry, has written a heartfelt essay that was occasioned by the current controversy at General Seminary, but that speaks to the wider issue of why abuse is so widely tolerated in our church.