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July 1, at the Episcopal General Theological Seminary, 440 West 21st Street.
The residences will look out upon the High Line, as well as the twocentury-old neo-Gothic General Theological Seminary nearby.
Manougian visited the US and pursued his graduate studies at New York's General Theological Seminary.
He wrote both the words and music for it as part of a Christmas pageant organised by the General Theological Seminary in New York City.
Written by Professor of New Testament (The General Theological Seminary, New York City) Deirdre Good, Jesus' Family Values is a rigorously scholarly examination of exactly what "family values" and dimensions of the family were in the days of Jesus Christ and the apostles, and precisely what the New Testament has to say--and what it doesn't say--about such matters.
Richardson, Mark, Professor of Theology, General Theological Seminary, New York, USA.
Robinson spoke to The Advocate about the report, and his first year as a bishop, from New York City, where he was receiving an honorary doctorate from his alma mater, the church's General Theological Seminary.
Following a degree in politics at New York University and a further three years at the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, he was ordained as a deacon and then as a priest in 1972.