Learning and Celebration at Justo and Catherine Gonzalez Resource Center
On January 11, the González Center (officially, the "Justo and Catherine González Theological Resource Center") hosted an all-day intensive course offered by the Candler School of Theology, which is part of Emory University. Later, the professor leading the course, Dr. Antonio Alonso, commented:
"I am deeply grateful for the kindness, wisdom and hospitality you extended to us on Thursday during our visit to the Center. The highlight of the week was the opportunity to interact with you. The students were able to see how many of the topics we have been studying come alive in beautiful ways in what you do at the Center and beyond. To have you as partners in this endeavor is truly a great blessing."
Upon receiving this note of thanks, Justo González, on behalf of all the people who work at the Center and cooperate with it, stated that:
"This testimony -and others like it- confirm the value of what we are doing at the Center, and give us impetus in the task of supporting and accelerating our work. Here we are at the service of all."
We applaud the generations that become sensitive to theological work and count on our resources and spaces to continue to grow their academic careers. #weareAETH
The Learning and Celebration at the Justo and Catherine Gonzalez Resource Center
On the 11th of January, the González Center (officially, the "Justo and Catherine Theological Resource Center") hosted an all-day session of an intensive January course being offered at Emory University's Candler School of Theology. Later Dr. Antonio Alonso, the professor offering the course, commented:
"I am so deeply grateful for your kindness, wisdom, and hospitality during our visit to the Center on Thursday. It was the high point of the week to be able to engage with you. Our students were able to see how so many of the themes we had been unfolding come alive in beautiful living ways through your work at the Center and beyond. It is a true blessing to have you as partners in this work."
Upon receiving this word of encouragement, Justo González, speaking for all who work at the Center and for those who support it, declared that:
"This testimony -and others like it- reaffirm us in the conviction that we are doing at the Center is significant, and compel us to find ways to continue supporting and expanding our work as we seek to serve others."
We applaud the generations that develop a heightened sensitivity towards theological work, providing them with the necessary resources and spaces to foster the continuous growth of their academic careers. #weareAETH