Winter  2001
Volume 5 Number 2

by Kent Annan

Jesus was born in occupied Bethlehem and was for some time, with his parents, a refugee in Egypt. Flash forward two thousand years: Jesus’ native land is still a place of refugees and military struggle. Two Princeton M.Div. students, Craig Hunter and Gloria Yi, recently worked among Palestinians in Israel on their field education internship assignments. They made friends, learned more about the political situation, and felt the violence rumbling through that contentious land.

Honoring Wakonta among the Osage

by Andrea Rogers

“It was great to be a part of an Indian reservation for a year and to learn to live in a small town,” says Gavin Van Horn, 25, an M.Div. senior who lived among the Osage tribe as part of his internship last year at the Hominy Friends Meeting in Hominy, Oklahoma.

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All Things Bright and Beautiful
One of Scheide’s New Tenants: PTS’s Director of Student Counseling
To Be Boring or to Be Bored: That Is the Question
The Master Key: Unlocking the Relationship of Theology and Psychology


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