The Theology of Neighbor

In this issue of Panorama magazine, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary faculty, program directors, and alums address the theology of neighbor. President Asa Lee writes, "Jesus uses this concept of neighbor throughout the New Testament, drawing upon the concept of loving neighbor found in the rich tradition of the Hebrew Bible. At Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, we have a great opportunity to embody this biblical tradition and develop a more robust theology of neighbor. Who is our neighbor? What does it mean to be a good neighbor? How does God use us in building neighborhoods?"

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