The Rev. Dr. Martha Moore-Keish will be teaching the Today at 10 class for two Sundays: October 7th and October 14th. She will also preach October 14th. We are in for a treat!
“Who is the God we worship? And who are we who worship this God? These basic questions have shaped Christians since the first century, as followers of Christ have worshiped in a variety of times and places. During these two classes, we will explore together how Reformed Protestant Christians in particular have worshiped since the 16th century, and how our theology shapes–and is shaped by–our worship.”
Martha Moore-Keish is the J.B. Green Associate Professor of Theology at Columbia Theological Seminary. She earned the Ph.D. in theology from Emory University, worked in the PC(USA) Office of Theology and Worship, and taught liturgical studies at Yale Divinity School, before becoming a professor of theology at Columbia. She has published books on eucharistic theology and prayer, and has a forthcoming commentary on James as well as a co-edited volume on Karl Barth and comparative theology. In addition to research on liturgical and sacramental theologies, she has long-standing interest in interreligious issues, particularly Christian-Jewish relations and the religions of India.