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President Joseph Biden Visits Virginia Seminary; Encouraged by Chapel-as-Clinic
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VTS Announces Publication of the VTS Journal 2019-2020: A Collection of Sermons and Lectures from VTS
3/23/2021 ALEXANDRIA, VA – Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS) is proud to announce the publication of VTS Journal 2019-2020: A Collection…
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“My passion is teaching future leaders of the church, both lay and ordained, about the history, theology, and practice of liturgy. As I teach the history of the liturgy, I love to hear students remark how so much of our present-day liturgy can be found in the ancient rites of the church. Liturgical theology helps students to see the many ways in which we speak about God through liturgy. And liturgical practice empowers students to be effective liturgical leaders.”
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