Canadian Theological Society / Société théologique canadienne
The Canadian Theological Society was founded in 1955 to promote theological reflection and writing in a Canadian context. As a community of theologians we draw our membership from and attempt to serve three distinct, yet interrelated, institutions — the university, the seminary, and the church. As a member of the Canadian Corporation for the Study of Religion (CCSR), the CTS is a sponsoring society for the learned journal Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses, published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Through CCSR and WLUP we also participate in publishing monographs in religious studies, biblical studies, and theology.
The society meets annually in late spring at the Canadian Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences sponsored by the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (CFHSS). These meetings occur on various university campuses across the country for the presentation of papers and panel discussions in a context of engaged collegiality. The society also sponsors an annual student essay contest, with the author of the selected essay presenting it at the society's annual meeting. The Canadian Theological Society welcomes to its membership students and scholars, clergy and lay people. Full, retired, and student members receive subscriptions to Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses. Associate members have full rights of membership but do not receive Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses.
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