Seattle University

The first time I visited Seattle University was in late January 2012 after attending Calvin Symposium of Christian Worship at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI.  I was very impressed by the beautiful campus.  I was wondering then if I could make my way to graduate studies at the school.  Upon my arrival to my hometown, I applied to the graduate degree in spirituality at the School of Theology and Ministry, and was accepted for the Fall 2012 matriculation.  Through a special arrangement, however, I asked if I could start off my study in Spring 2013 instead of Fall 2012.  My petition was granted. I moved to Seattle on March 25, 2013 and started my study on April 1.  The first three classes I took at the school were Theology in an Ecumenical Context taught by Michael Kinnamon and Michael Trice, Christian Ethics taught by Cynthia Moe-Lobeda (now at Pacific Lutheran Seminary, Berkeley, CA), and Religion and Spiritual Values in the Public Square taught by Mark Markuly, dean of the school.

Published by nindyo.sasongko

Teaching Associate at the Department of Theology, Fordham University, New York, NY, USA, and Theologian in Residence at Manhattan Mennonite Fellowship in the City of New York.

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