Deanna F. Womack has already made an impact at Candler and she hasn't even been here a year. As assistant professor in the practice of history of religions and multifaith relations, Womack guides future pastors and Christian scholars through the process of engaging with those different faiths.
Charles Howard Candler Professor of Old Testament Carol A. Newsom has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation's oldest and most prestigious honorary societies and a leading center for independent policy research.
Graham Pens Article on Haggadah Exhibit
The Jewish Georgian, April 8
Erskine Reflects on King's Vision
The Martin Marty Center, April 4
Strawn Writes on 'The Best (and Worst) of Characters: Theology and Madam Secretary'
The Huffington Post, March 25
Franklin Speaks on 'The Long March for Civil Rights in America' in Tangiers
University of New England, March 24
Ellison to Speak on 'The Craft of Creating Space for Fearless Dialogues'
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, March 10
This second Centennial edition of Connection carries us through to the close of Candler's 100-year anniversary celebration. While the first Centennial edition of the magazine reflected on the story of our first 100 years, this issue leads us into the realm of prophecy, as we consider how Candler is -- or can be -- an instrument of God's voice in the world.