• A New Take on Giving

    A New Take on GivingWhat if church fundraising started with serving a community's needs and goals instead of feelings of guilt and scarcity? Author and pastor Adam Hamilton leads a stellar slate of speakers as we explore the possibilities. Register here. »

  • Devotion, Fully Embodied

    Devotion, Fully Embodied'The Materiality of Devotion: From Manuscript to Print,' the new exhibition at Pitts Theology Library, runs through March 15 and showcases objects, images, and texts used in devotional practices in the medieval and early modern world. Learn more »

  • Journey Toward Justice

    Journey Toward JusticeCandler students, faculty, staff and alumni traveled to Montgomery, Alabama, to deepen understanding and engage in difficult conversations around Christianity's role in systemic racism. Read more »

  • Making Seminary Affordable

    Making Seminary AffordableCandler offers one of the most robust financial aid programs in theological education, and partners with you to make seminary a real possibility. Your application for admission also serves as your application for a host of scholarships—no extra hoops required. Learn more »

  • Singing the Songs of the Lord in a Foreign Land

    Singing the Songs of the Lord in a Foreign LandArriving at Candler is only the start. From here, who knows where your studies might take you? With 14 partnerships around the globe, Candler is committed to providing international opportunities for students to broaden their worldviews. Learn more »

  • The Emory Advantage

    The Emory AdvantageCandler School of Theology is part of Emory University, a world-renowned research institution with deep and broad resources. And unlike other top universities, Emory welcomes theology to the table: 300 faculty members have research interests related to religion. Learn more »

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