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Open MTS Returns!

Thanks to overwhelming demand, Dr. Mitzi Minor is back for three new Open MTS courses this semester on the Gospel of John, the Corinthian Letters, and a two-week special, “Practicing Resurrection.” Open MTS invites community members to learn from esteemed professors without the commitment of a degree track (no homework, no tests, and a lighter schedule), for less than the cost of auditing!
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Faculty Profile

 

MTS welcomed Dr. Paula McGee to the faculty in 2016 as the Assistant Professor of African American Church Studies. In addition to her work at the seminary, Dr. McGee is an author whose new book Brand New Theology: The Wal-Martization of T.D. Jakes and the New Black Church will be released for purchase March, 2017. More than a theologian, Dr. McGee has achieved acclaim in basketball as an NCAA national champion, and her alter-ego The Book Princess promotes literacy and is loved by children everywhere.

 

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John Ryan McGough

“I chose to attend Memphis Theological Seminary because I felt that it was the best seminary to help me to broaden my outlook on life and theology.”

Samantha Hassell

“I am proud to be a student at MTS”

Thomas G Clark

“MTS has not only inspired me in ministry but also inspired my future.”

Brittany Meeks

“…my time at MTS has confirmed for me that God has indeed called me to a life of service and ministry”
Feb
6
Mon
Women in Ministry Lunch @ MTS Cumberland 102
Feb 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Feb
7
Tue
Holmes Lecture @ Mt. Moriah East Baptist Church
Feb 7 @ 7:30 pm

Speaker:
Dr. Eboni Marshall Turman
Assistant Professor of Theology and African American Religion Yale Divinity School

Subject:
The New Abolition: Reverdy C. Ransom and the Black Social Gospel

Feb
8
Wed
Holmes Lecture @ Lindenwood Christian Church
Feb 8 @ 11:00 am

Speaker:
Dr. Eboni Marshall Turman Assistant
Professor of Theology and African American Religion Yale Divinity School

Subject:
Breaking White Supremacy: The Black Social Gospel as New Abolitionism

Feb
9
Thu
Dr. Henry Logan Starks Scholarship Celebration @ THE GUEST HOUSE AT GRACELAND
Feb 9 @ 12:00 pm

A luncheon featuring special guest Rev. Traci Blackmon of Christ the King UCC in Florissant, Missouri, and a Kennedy Center Honors-style awards ceremony to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Starks and our 2017 honorees.

Dr. Henry Logan Starks Scholarship Celebration @ THE GUEST HOUSE AT GRACELAND
Feb 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Each February, Memphis Theological Seminary (MTS) hosts a community event to celebrate the life and witness of the late Dr. Henry Logan Starks, the first African-American professor at MTS. Known as the Henry Logan Starks Scholarship Dinner, the event pays homage to Dr. Starks’ legacy as a theologian, community leader and activist, and benefits the scholarship endowment in his name.

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Our Mission

To educate and sustain men and women for ordained and lay Christian ministry in the church and the world through shaping and inspiring lives devoted to scholarship, piety, and justice.

Our Values

The identity of MTS has been shaped by the traditions of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, its location in Memphis, a partnership with the broader Christian community, a commitment to dialogue with people of other faiths, and participation in the community of higher education.

 

Our Vision

Memphis Theological Seminary pursues its mission so that Christian leaders and the churches they serve can effectively proclaim and embody God’s mission of redemption, justice, and peace in service to the new creation in Jesus Christ.

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