CPT Blog

  • Application Process Now Open for the CPT’s New Third Fellowship

    August 5, 2014 by Gerald Hiestand

    The bread and butter of CPT programing has been our two Pastor Theologian Fellowships. Each Fellowship consists of fifteen pastors who meets annually for a three-day working symposium (Monday evening through Wednesday lunch) at Calvary Memorial Church in Oak Park (near Chicago). These funded Symposia bring together a diverse body of both pastor-theologians and ecclesially […]


  • J. Budziszewski’s “The Meaning of Sex”

    July 29, 2014 by Gerald Hiestand

    In our most recent (and still only) volume of the Bulletin of Ecclesial Theology, one will find Matthew Lee Anderson’s review of J. Budziszewski’s, The Meaning of Sex. Matthew gave it a positive review, and so I picked up a copy. The book is wide-ranging, covering gender, lust, sexual love purity, etc. If you want […]


  • Introducing the Fall 2015 CPT Theology Conference — You Pick the Speakers!

    July 23, 2014 by Gerald Hiestand

    The CPT is thrilled to co-host, along with Zondervan,  its first annual Chicago Theology Conference. The conference will be held in the Fall of 2015 (exact date TBD), and will be centered on the theme of, “The Pastor Theologian: Identity, Vocation, and Possibilities.”   The conference will be paired with the release of our book, The […]