Wenden House honors three NSA students
Three New Saint Andrews College students were honored this week as the first to be accepted into the College’s recently-established Wenden House project.
Rachel Jo, of Pasco, WA, and Angela Filicetti, of Boise, ID, each received a $3,800 Davenant Fellowship for the year. As students at the College’s Theology & Letters master’s degree program, they will have the opportunity to assist in the translation project based at the College. Also recognized was Michelle Bollen, the only undergraduate student accepted into the Wenden House program this year. Bollen, a senior at New Saint Andrews, is from Centreville, VA.
The Wenden House project is an initiative at New Saint Andrews to translate theological works of 16th- and 17th-century Reformers from Latin to modern English for use by Christians around the world.
Support for the fellowships come from the Davenant Trust, an organization dedicated to the renewal of Protestant theology and historical scholarship.
The Master of Arts program in Theology & Letters at New Saint Andrews College is an academically-rigorous, two-year graduate program for those aspiring to be theologically-informed creative writers and/or culturally-informed theologians. Students interested in the Davenant Fellowships to be awarded by the Wenden House Project should inquire at (208) 882-1566 and learn about the M.A. program at www.nsa.edu.
New Saint Andrews is a nationally-recognized, limited-enrollment liberal arts college in the classical and Christian tradition located in historic downtown Moscow, Idaho, on Friendship Square. The College is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools and is a member of the Association of Reformed Colleges and Universities.
[caption id="attachment_6294" align="alignnone" width="720"] Angela Filicetti, Rachel Jo, and Michelle Bollen[/caption]
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