Decatur Georgia—The Center for Lifelong Learning is accepting applications for the 2015 Guthrie Scholars Cohort. This is a limited enrollment opportunity to engage in five days of independent study among a small group of clergy, educators and other church leaders on the campus of Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA.
The program is named for the late Shirley Guthrie, professor of theology at the seminary and funded in part by an endowment established in his honor. Those selected for Guthrie Scholars are invited to the campus to pursue a topic of their choice that engages a pressing issue of the church from a Reformed perspective. Scholars are provided with a guest room and meals in the campus dining facilities, and will have access to the seminary library, chapel services, and fitness room.
The dates for the 2015 Cohort are September 21-25. Applications must be submitted using the electronic form, linked below. They will be reviewed as they are received and the application process will close when the available spaces are filled.
For additional information about Guthrie and the Scholars program, including a link to the application form, please see the Guthrie Scholar Brochure posted on the seminary website.
For more information, contact