Monday, August 21, 2006
This may have little meaning to anyone besides the few dozen MBBC grad students and undergrad Biblical Studies majors who made the half-hour trek to Nashotah House, the small Episopalian Seminary in the middle of nowhere with the sweet periodicals section that so graciously allowed us Baptists to profit from their abundance. (Actually, I think we drove through nowhere on the way there.)
Anyway, I was quite surprised to find an article about Nashotah House on the front page of the religion section in Saturday's edition of my small-town local paper. You can read the original publication of the article in the Washington Post here.
Gordon-Conwell seminary is attempting to reach out to conservative Episcopalians who have few places to turn for seminary education in light of the growing rift in that denomination. Apparently, GCTS will invite professors from Nashotah House and another Episcopal seminary to teach in their new elective concentration in Anglican-Episcopal studies in the master of divinity program.
Posted by Ben at 8/21/2006