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December 4, 1999 | Religion News Service
German theologian Jurgen Moltmann, whose vast academic output has been a major influence on a generation of European, North American and Latin American theologians, has won a $200,000 prize: the 2000 Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion. The award, given by the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary and the University of Louisville, recognizes outstanding and creative works that promote understanding of the relationship between the human and the divine.
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December 4, 1999 | Religion News Service
German theologian Jurgen Moltmann, whose vast academic output has been a major influence on a generation of European, North American and Latin American theologians, has won a $200,000 prize: the 2000 Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion. The award, given by the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary and the University of Louisville, recognizes outstanding and creative works that promote understanding of the relationship between the human and the divine.
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April 8, 1989 | JOHN DART, Times Religion Writer
Fearing a continuing decline in works of "serious theology," the scholarly new Episcopal bishop of Los Angeles has spearheaded the formation of a publishing house linked with SCM Press Ltd., Britain's leading theological publisher. Bishop Frederick Borsch, a New Testament scholar who has written or edited 12 books, will serve as the chairman of Trinity Press International, which was given a start by a $1.5-million matching grant from Trinity Episcopal Church in New York.
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April 6, 1996 | JOHN DART
Protestants and Catholics will attend Easter services in droves Sunday, celebrating the Gospel-told resurrection of Christianity's savior in sunrise services on scenic hillsides or later in the morning inside churches with packed pews. Pastors have been warning would-be worshipers to set their clocks ahead one hour tonight before retiring because Sunday services will start on Daylight Savings Time. Easter is one week later this year for Eastern Orthodox Christians.
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