Spring 2018 LST Series
– Presented by Rev. Dr. Leah Schade
After this millennia-long Good Friday when our planet has undergone relentless ecocrucifixion, what does the resurrection of Jesus offer for Creation and humanity? Through biblical study, theological discussions, and dramatic performance art, Dr. Leah Schade will guide participants through a journey to discover how we can proclaim God’s creative and redeeming eco-resurrection for our lives, our churches, and our communities.
When: April 7, 14, 21
*Attend in person at Lexington Theological Seminary or online.
Registration Fee: $60
*Register by April 2.
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230 Lexington Green Circle, Suite 300, Lexington, KY 40503.
Deena Ainslie, 859.280.1212, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2017 LST Series
Belief, Healing and Health: A Dialogue between Neuroscience and Theology
– Presented by Dr. Emily Askew and Dr. Donald Gash
Belief, healing and wellness of the body and mind were hallmarks of Jesus’s ministry and the early Christian Church. Here we will see how they are at work in some faith communities today and intersect with lifestyles medical research is now showing are critical factors for healthy living. We begin by examining vibrant communities that have the most 100+ year-olds in the world, the “Blue Zones” discovered in medical aging research studies. Issues of belief and healing bring up theological questions about the difference between healing and curing in Jesus’ ministry, God’s role in health and illness, our role as church in creating a healing environment. Together a neuroscientist and a theologian consider how we can live better as people of faith.
Note: To purchase this archived webinar, contact Deena Ainslie, 859.280.1212, email@example.com
The Lay School of Theology is a continuing education program at Lexington Theological Seminary for people who wish to enrich their Christian faith.