While many contemporary churches meet in spacious auditoriums and colossal tabernacles, the early church met together continually, wherever they could gather. As recorded in Acts 1, the apostles came together in the upstairs room of the house where they were staying. In Albuquerque, New Mexico, Pastor Helen Brown-Mulima is leading an innovative house church whose impact reaches far beyond the Land of Enchantment.
School of Theology News
Dr. Gary Agee recently crossed racial and denominational lines to study the history of racism in the church. After many years of research, Agee, an adjunct professor of church history at the Anderson University School of Theology, has published A Cry for Justice: Daniel Rudd and his Life in Black Catholicism, Journalism and Activism.
Anderson University administrative offices will be closed to observe the Christmas and New Year’s holidays beginning Friday, December 21, at 5 p.m. and will re-open on Wednesday, January 2, at 8 a.m. Campus security officers will maintain normal hours during the extended holiday.
“I love teaching because it’s a blessing. It’s a blessing to me because now they know about this part of history,” said Dr. Adolfo Roitman, curator of the Dead Sea Scrolls. On October 10, Roitman visited Anderson University to participate in the 31st Newell Lecture Series and to speak about his role as curator of the scrolls and the head of the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The day consisted of one general lecture, two scholarly lectures, and a question and answer session.