Christian Theological Seminary
Spirit & Place Festival: Light, Living, Laughter and Hope

This event is part of the 2014 Spirit & Place Festival, which runs from November 7-16, 2014. When spiritual journeys intersect, creativity and fresh insights arise to enrich life experience. Join Rabbi Sandy Sasso and Quaker songwriter Carrie Newcomer for a very special interfaith evening of stories and songs that express …

November 8, 2014
Christian Theological Seminary
Butler Center for Faith and Vocation, Tutu Center Present ‘Religion and Reconciliation in Global Perspective’

Keynote speaker: Allan Aubrey Boesak, the Desmond Tutu Chair of  Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies at Christian Theological Seminary and Butler University. He also directs the Desmond Tutu Center for Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation, a joint program of Butler and Christian Theological Seminary. Respondent: Robin Turner, assistant professor …

September 23, 2014
Christian Theological Seminary
Christian Theological Seminary lecture and tour

Join Indiana Landmarks for a tour of Christian Theological Seminary! Mid-Century Modern  Indianapolis The Shape of our Spirit: Rediscovering a Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece celebrates Christian Theological Seminary, 1000 West 42nd Street, designed in 1966 by the internationally acclaimed architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and landscape architect Dan Kiley. Tour the landmark and hear …

September 9, 2014
Christian Theological Seminary
Christian Theological Seminary: Rediscover a Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece

The Shape of our Spirit: Rediscovering a Mid-Century Modern Masterpiece celebrates Christian Theological Seminary, 1000 West 42nd Street, designed in 1966 by the internationally acclaimed architect Edward Larrabee Barnes and landscape architect Dan Kiley. Tour the landmark and hear from IU professor Steve Mannheimer and CTS president Matthew Boulton on the …

September 9, 2014
Christian Theological Seminary
Sacred History – Rare 16th Century Bibles Exhibit

Among the books to be displayed will be the six-volume Compultensian Polyglot Bible (1522), printed in Hebrew, Latin and Greek – one of only 600 sets printed and 123 still known to exist; The Byble, (1549) – an English-language text, produced during the reign of Edward VI and later suppressed by …

May 15, 2014
Christian Theological Seminary
Bound by the Stories We Tell

Join Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, director of Butler’s Religion, Spirituality, and the Arts Initiative, and a panel of artists, theologians, and historians, as they explore how the biblical myth of The Binding of Isaac (Genesis 22) travels through the centuries in literature, art, and music. Panelists include: Elizabeth Mix, Chair, …

April 5, 2014