Webinars

Our webinars give alumni, students, and clergy an opportunity to participate in academic learning and theological study from anywhere. Visit this page for upcoming webinars and recordings of past webinars. Click here for detailed instructions on how to use AdobeConnect and for instructions on how to join a webinar using your phone or mobile device.

Homiletical Theology Project

Dr. Jared Alcántara on Crossover Preaching
9/21/17 at 3:30 in STH 306

STH students and faculty are invited to participate in a webinar with Dr. Jared Alcántara on the topic of intercultural preaching and his book Crossover Preaching:  Intercultural-Improvisational Homiletics in Conversation with Gardner C. Taylor.  The webinar is sponsored by the Homiletical Theology Project and his held in conjunction with the course “Identity, Preaching, and Leadership in Postcolonial Contexts” (TC 850).

Jared E. Alcántara is an Associate Professor of Homiletics at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL, where he has served on the faculty since 2014. His research interests are various: homiletical theory; preaching and New Media; social location; contextualization; Global South preaching; and the role of race and ethnicity in preaching, especially in Latino/a and African American contexts. A copy of Crossover Preaching is available to read at the STH Library Reserve.

Dr. Olive Hinnant on God Comes Out: A Queer Homiletic
9/28/17 at 3:30 in STH 306

STH students and faculty are invited to participate in a webinar with Dr. Olive Hinnant on her book in relation to the problem of identity and preaching. The webinar is sponsored by the Homiletical Theology Project and is held in conjunction with the course “Identity, Preaching, and Leadership in Postcolonial Contexts” (TC 850).

Olive Elaine Hinnant, a United Church of Christ minister, is currently a spiritual care coordinator at Suncrest Hospice in Denver and on-call chaplain at Children’s Hospital of Colorado. After publication of God Comes Out, Olive taught for two years at the College of Santa Fe, NM. Courses named “Queering Art, Religion, Literature and Film”, “Just Good Sex: justice, religion and identity” and “Let’s Talk Sex: Art, religion and Literature”.
Olive lives with her wife and ten-year old son in the metro Denver area.

A copy of Dr. Hinnant’s book is available at the Library Reserve Desk.