Theological Horizons





Executive Director: Karen W. Marsh

Contact: [email protected]

University of Virginia

1841 University Circle, Charlottesville, VA 22903

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Theological Horizons was established as a not-for-profit ministry in 1990 with the purpose of integrating vibrant theological scholarship and authentic Christian community into the university context. To that end, Theological Horizons offers the Capps Lecture Series in Christian Theology; the Goodwin Prizes for Excellence in Theological Writing, an international competition for graduate students; two undergraduate Fellows programs; the Faith and Work Forum; Vintage Lunch, a weekly study of the Christian tradition; and an array of seminars, lectures, Bible studies and research and writing grants for students and scholars.

University of Virginia Figures

Students – 21,106

Faculty – 2.125

Staff – 5,854

Total – 29,085

The central purpose of the University of Virginia is to enrich the mind by stimulating and sustaining a spirit of free inquiry directed to understanding the nature of the universe and the role of mankind in it. Activities designed to quicken, discipline, and enlarge the intellectual and creative capacities, as well as the aesthetic and ethical awareness, of the members of the University and to record, preserve, and disseminate the results of intellectual discovery and creative endeavor serve this purpose. In fulfilling it, the University places the highest priority on achieving eminence as a center of higher learning.