Drew Theological School Hosts Conversations Under Quarantine

Virtual speaker series with scholars from Drew Theological School.

May 2020 – As COVID-19 continues to impact lives around the world, scholars and leaders from Drew Theological School are remaining connected to the community through the Conversations Under Quarantine virtual speaker series.

Implemented to generate theology and ministry resources during this time of social crisis and uncertainty, the series has featured the following impactful and thought-provoking topics, including:

Catherine Keller, George T. Cobb Professor of Constructive Theology: Apocalypse After All?

To view recordings from the below previous talks from the series, visit the Drew Theological School Facebook page as they will be posted in the coming days.

Associate Dean Tanya Linn Bennett and Mark Miller, director of Craig Chapel and associate professor of church music: In the Time of Trial: Music and Liturgy for the Moment.

Kate Ott, associate professor of Christian social ethics: How to Talk to Your Children About Coronavirus and Loving Your Neighbor.

Jennifer Quigley, assistant professor of New Testament and early Christian studies: Communicating Across Distance: Lessons for Quarantine From the Letters of Paul.

The series continues on June 4 at 7 p.m. with Gary Simpson, associate professor of homiletics, discussing Preaching in a Pandemic.

For the latest information regarding Drew’s response to the coronavirus, visit the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) resource site.

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