Virginia Theological Seminary offers a context and an education that is ecumenical, international and cross-cultural. VTS exists to form leaders for the Church, to provide continuing theological education for all and to serve the world Church and Anglican Communion. Integral to the mission of VTS is the Center for Anglican Communion Studies as it seeks to bring community to the Communion. The Center for Anglican Communion Studies does this through resourcing congregational community, academic community and cross-cultural community.
Congregational community and the Communion
: committed to theological education
through international partnerships, CACS serves the vision of forming Church leaders with sensitivity and capacity to participate in God’s mission through the Anglican Communion.
Academic community and the Communion:
most recently CACS was instrumental in the publication of the Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Anglican Communion
and continues to be involved in research
and planning for further publications in relation to issues pertinent to life in the Communion.
Cross-Cultural community and the Communion:
that make up the Anglican Communion are diverse and pluralist. CACS is, therefore, committed to equipping the church for transformative conflict-management, resolution and reconciliation between faith traditions.
|Islam in the Modern World: Said Nursi’s Perspective|
"We are competitors for love, we have no time for enmity." - Bediuzzaman Said Nursi
Join us by live stream, hashtag #vts_nursi, or in person for a
panel discussion on Friday, March 21 at 8pm in Addison 101 at Virginia Theological Seminary. Dessert reception from 7.30pm
RSVP by March 12, 2014 to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-461-1735.
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Virginia Theological Seminary
3737 Seminary Road,
Alexandria, VA 22304 USA