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Friday, March 17, 2006

ANTS Student E-News - Friday, March 17, 2006

In this message
- Lecture voice recordings requested
- Ronnie Earl, World Renowned Blues Guitarist - Thurs, Mar. 23
- One Love - One Fellowship: Faith, Health & Spirituality Self-Care -
March 18-19
- Parting of the Ways Lecture Series - Sunday, March 19
- Stuart Lecture Series - Tuesday, March 21

Lecture voice recordings requested
To ANTS students who attend Mobley's The River, Valentin's
Liberation Theologies and the Nordbeck/Burrows Christian History

I have missed an entire week of school due to illness and would love to
be able to keep up with the class lectures. If you normally record these
classes, are able to email the voice files and willing to send them to
me, I would be very grateful. That way, I can spend the weekend catching
up. If you are able to help out, please email to:
. Thank you very much, Sherry Thomas.

Ronnie Earl, World Renowned Blues Guitarist - Thurs, Mar. 23
March 23, 2006
2:00 PM

Ronnie Earl, world renowned Blues Guitarist, will be performing and
talking with the "Jazz of Preaching" class on Thursday, March 23, 2006
at 2:00 PM in Stoddard Hall. This event is free and open to everyone.

Ronnie Earl has extensively toured the U.S. and Europe. He has played
with numerous artists including Robert Jr. Lockwood, Hubert Sumlin,
Junior Wells, James Cotton, Earl King, Mighty Sam McClain, Eric Clapton,
The Allman Brothers Band, George Benson, Carlos Santana and B.B. King.

Ronnie has been nominated 4 times and was twice the winner of The Blues
Foundation's W.C. Handy Awards for the Blues Instrumentalist category.
He is also the winner of the Boston Music Awards for the Blues Act

He has been an Associate Professor/Guitar Faculty at Berklee College of

"... he is one of the most serious blues guitarists you can find today.
He makes me proud!" ... B.B. King

One Love - One Fellowship: Faith, Health & Spirituality Self-Care -
March 18-19
With Special Guests, Rev. Drs. Henry M. and Ella P. Mitchell
Professor Kirk Jones, Sophia Harrell

Saturday and Sunday, March 18-19, 2006

The nationally renowned Rev. Drs. Henry and Ella Mitchell will
- Effective leadership development and communication skills in
- understanding that not all confrontation is negative;
- the how-to's of resolution;
- love and dating in ministry;
- who ministers to the minister, and other self-care issues;
- homiletics; and,
- preserving our voice and health for the journey and preaching

For more information about the weekend, contact Christo Owens at

More information:

Parting of the Ways Lecture Series - Sunday, March 19
Sunday evenings, March 5, 12, 19, and 26
7:00 -8:30 p.m. at Andover newton and Hebrew college

Registration will required for these events. Matriculated students at
any school are eligible for a 50% discount on registration fees.

**ANTS Students - In the Registration Form, under Discounts, select 50%
Matriculated Student.**

"The Jewish Word on Christianity: Clues in Rabbinic Text"
Dr. Michael Satlow
Sunday, March 19, 7:00-8:30 pm in Stoddard Hall

More information and registration:

Stuart Lecture Series - Tuesday, March 21
"Ethics & Media"
Tom Ashbrook, panel moderator
March 21, 2006
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Stoddard Hall

Moderator Tom Ashbrook was awarded the Livingston Prize for National
Reporting and was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University before taking a
plunge into Internet entrepreneurship, chronicled in his book, The Leap.
Mr. Ashbrook was enlisted to host emergency coverage of the 9/11 attacks
for National Public Radio through WBUR, Boston. The resulting program,
On Point, has become a popular regular feature on WBUR.

Panelists include Liz walker and Ann Baird McClenahan.

Liz Walker is the highly-acclaimed news anchor and host of "Sunday With
Liz Walker" on CBS4 in Boston. Liz, as you may know, received her Master
of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School. Liz is an activist on the
genocide in Darfur. In addition, she has recently agreed to become a
Trustee of Andover Newton.

Ann Baird McClenahan's resume covers three areas: media, business and
ethics. She received her doctorate in Theology from Harvard and is
currently an instructor and teaching fellow at Harvard. She has been a
business ethics columnist for the Washington Business Journal, and she
has also had a full career in marketing, having been a Senior Vice
President at HECHINGER COMPANY, Pizza Hut, and Earl, Palmer Brown. At
the latter, she oversaw - among others - the Washington Post account.

More info:

FRIDAY MARCH 24, 7:00 p.m., Stoddard Hall, Andover Newton Theological
School, 210 Herrick Road, Newton Center, MA
ADDITIONAL WORKSHOP OPTION: "When the Soul's Great Joy Meets the
World's Great Need: Exploration of Faith and Vocation, Activism and
Art." Saturday March 25, 9-10:30 a.m., Andover Newton, Peck Room

Come hear this progressive, spiritual, and Grammy-winning Rounder
Records artist whose albums include Refugees and Regulars, Betty's
Diner, and Gathering of Spirits. (see

Cost: $15, $12 for students.
New Group Discount: Groups of 3 or more: $9 per person
Cost for workshop: $20 alone, or $35 for workshop & concert ($32 for
Free to visiting prospective students. Seating available on a
first-come, first served basis.

To order tickets, write to FYI, c/o ANTS, 210 Herrick Road, Newton
Centre, MA 02459, with cash or checks made out to "Andover Newton" and
"concert tickets" in the "For" line. To order by credit card, contact
Nancy Stuart in the Business Office, or ext. 287. For
more info contact Alex Kern or Matt Carriker 800-964-2687, ext. 313 or
267 or email with "Carrie Newcomer Show" in the subject
line. Proceeds benefit Andover Newton's leadership training and
service-learning program for teens, the Faith Youth Institute.

ANTS E-news
Karen Brockney
617-964-1100 ext. 225