Acadia Divinity College appoints Dr. Glen Berry as first occupant of the William and Virginia Leach Chair of Pastoral Psychology
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Encouraging and facilitating studies in the fields of Baptist and Anabaptist history and thought.
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Acadia Divinity College recognizes that no building can exist without the land on which it rests to provide for, support, and uphold it. Prior to the founding of Acadia University, before the town of Wolfville, before the beginning of Nova Scotia, or the nation now known as Canada – this land was and still is Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw people to whom the land was entrusted by the Creator. It is on this land that our building now rests. Alongside Acadia University, ADC seeks to walk in a good way with our Indigenous hosts, friends, and neighbours.