New gallery exhibit at Liberty University displays Pat Hutchens humanizing portrayal of Holocaust victims

By Ryan Klinker, Liberty University News Service— The Liberty University Art Gallery’s latest exhibit, “The Auschwitz Album Revisited,” displays 40 paintings by the late Christian artist Pat Mercer Hutchens that capture the poignant and unforeseen final moments of life for Jewish victims at one of the Holocaust’s most notorious concentration camps. The Liberty Art Gallery…

General James M. Hutchens’ legacy to continue at Beeson Divinity School with new scholarship for military chaplains in his name

By Kristen Padilla, Beeson Divinity School— General James M. Hutchens was brought to faith in Jesus Christ while he was an enlisted paratrooper by his Army unit chaplain. And because of that chaplain, General Hutchens not only became a Christian but also felt a call to follow him into military chaplaincy. After leaving the Army…

Anglicans Dig Deep into the Jewish Roots of Christianity

By Arlene Bridges Samuels, Jerusalem Connection— The second annual Anglican Theology Conference on September 24-25 provided a feast of intellectual thought, rich biblical insights, and fellowship among 170 attendees from four nations and eleven states spanning the miles from Colorado to Virginia. Organized by Rev. Dr. Gerald McDermott, the A-list of eleven scholars presented cutting-edge…

General James M. Hutchens Military Chaplain Scholarship at Beeson Divinity School

Dr. and Mrs. Alton W. Baker are honored to announce the introduction of the General James M. Hutchens Military Chaplain Scholarship at the Beeson Divinity School of Samford University, in Birmingham, Alabama. For the last two centuries, military chaplains have been an inextricable and vital component of the United States Armed Forces since being instituted…