Grace Street. That’s the street that runs along the south side of Severance Hall, home of the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary.
    “Grace Street” serves as a reminder that every single day the seminary community works and prays, studies and grows, struggles and rejoices in a world created and enlivened by God’s amazing grace.
    While most of our students live, study, and minister far away from Grace Street in Dubuque, the gracious power of Jesus Christ binds us together as one body with one goal: to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength.
    Each month of “In View of Grace” brings you information about our ministry in theological education.
       -  Stories about faculty and students
       -  Descriptions of our classes and lectures
       -  News about special events and activities
       -  Explorations of the faith foundations that inspire and sustain us

I hope you will glimpse the Holy Spirit acting through our work of forming leaders for God’s mission in the church and the world.  And may the days and weeks ahead bring you closer to God’s grace-full love.

~ Annette Bourland Huizenga, Dean of the Seminary

Learn about our Young Adult Ministry Scholars

Each academic year a select number of UDTS seminary students in the Master of Divinity (MDiv) and Master of Arts in Mission and Discipleship (MAMD) programs will engage in vital programming with undergraduate students at the University of Dubuque. As the seminary students progress through their program of study.
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Summer Celebration

Lecture featuring Dr. Philip Jamieson author of "The Face of Forgiveness: a Pastoral Theology of Shame and Redemption"  “Jamieson recasts the work of pastoral care as helping each face Christ... The issue all along - shame - has been fear of the loss of love. With this book Jamieson stakes out a bold claim for pastoral theology as theology, and as such, thankfully, can attest to the redemption of shame as we behold ourselves in the eyes of Christ." – Andrew Purves 
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Meet our new New Testament Professor:
Dr. Jordan J. Ryan

The UDTS faculty and administration are delighted to welcome Dr. Ryan as Assistant Professor of New Testament. Dr. Ryan is an experienced teacher, prolific scholar, and proficient biblical archaeologist. Watch this interview with him recorded recently by Dr. Matthew W. Schlimm, Professor of Old Testament.
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Dr. Huizenga's Blog

Who are these people and what are they doing? Such questions about group identity construction might be asked by an anthropologist or sociologist, or even a tourist in an unknown land. These questions were also asked by first-century persons when they encountered adherents to the new Jewish-based religion that came to be called Christianity. They are also questions that need to be answered by any school devoted to theological education.
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