Bastian School of Theology, Philosophy, and Ministry - The James F. and Leona N. Andrews Endowed Chair for Christian Unity (John 17:21)

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James F. and Leona N. Andrews Endowed Chair for Christian Unity (John 17:21)

In the fall of 2016, Greenville University received a $1.3 million gift from the Full Salvation Union to establish The James F. and Leona N. Andrews Endowed Chair for Christian Unity (John 17:21). The chair honors the legacy of the Andrews by coordinating a program of study that is interdenominational in effort and nonsectarian in spirit, and that leads to greater understanding and unity of spirit among all of God's children.

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Greenville University continues to seek financial support to deepen and expand this programming in Christian Unity. Your gift today helps support Christian education now and into the future. Thank you for partnering with us in this Christ-centered endeavor.

First Andrews Lecture A Success on February 15, 2017

Andrews Chair Event

Greenville University was pleased to host the First Annual Andrews Lecture in Christian Unity on February 15, 2017.

The lecture, entitled That They May All be One: New Testament Images of Christian Unity," was given by Dr. Michael J. Gorman, who holds the Raymond E. Brown Chair in Biblical Studies and Theology at St. Mary's Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland.

Gorman also gave a chapel address the same day, entitled "The Year of Mercy."

Gorman is the author of a dozen books and numerous articles in New Testament studies, biblical interpretation, and Christian ethics. His books include Apostle of the Crucified Lord and Reading Paul.

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