Earlham School of Religion
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ESR's Lonnie Valentine visits Ann Arbor Friends - will your meeting be next?

Started 3rd month 16, 2015 0 Replies

ESR's Peace and Justice Professor Lonnie Valentine joined Ann Arbor Friends Meeting for worship this weekend and shared a message on "What Did Jesus Do?" later that day. …Continue

 

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Earlham School of Religion is a Christian graduate theological school in the Quaker tradition. ESR prepares women and men for leadership that empowers and for ministry that serves. This mission grows out of our Christian belief that God calls everyone to ministry. Using a transformative model of education, ESR encourages students to explore the intellectual, spiritual, and practical dimensions of their calls to ministry.
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Preparing for war: Are we ready?

Posted on 7th mo. 21, 2017 at 8:00am 1 Comment

ESR Professor of Peace and Justice Studies Lonnie Valentine shares a reflection on the importance - and timeliness - of conscientious objection to war:

With the love of war growing strong, what will follow after the attack on Syria, the “Mother of All Bombs” dropped on Afghanistan, and now the threats directed at North Korea?  As with all previous war-making, this US administration sees how the people praise war. …
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Reflections on a Sojourn in Switzerland: Time, Friendship, and Faith

Posted on 5th mo. 12, 2017 at 1:36pm 0 Comments

In this reflection ESR MDiv student Anne M. Hutchinson shares about her recent visit to Switzerland: 
It’s hard to conceive of Switzerland without thinking of chalets, cheese, chocolate, cleanliness, and clocks. There are indeed chalets with their wide roofs and elaborate exterior wood carvings. However, La Chaux-de-Fonds, the town in which I stayed, is famous for its Art Nouveau architecture…
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“It is Well with My Soul”: A Journey of Grief and Faith

Posted on 1st mo. 11, 2017 at 9:08am 4 Comments

In this powerful reflection ESR MDiv student Anne M. Hutchinson shares about the loss of her son. 

Everything about that phone call felt wrong, even before I answered. It had started as an ordinary evening in April. I was in an empty classroom…
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Why not preach Philemon?

Posted on 9th mo. 9, 2016 at 8:43am 0 Comments

ESR's Stephen Angell delivered the following message during worship on September 6, 2016:
Although Paul’s epistle to Philemon is one of the Scriptural texts suggested by the Revised…
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