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Spring 2023 Lecture Series: Stanley I. Stuber Lecture (Doctor of Ministry Student Panel)
The Stuber Lectureship was inaugurated in 1984 by the children of Dr. Stanley I. Stuber, in honor of his 80th birthday. Dr. Stuber was an alumnus of Rochester Theological Seminary, Class of 1928 (B.D., M.Th..) who became a leading Baptist pastor, writer, and editor. Stanley. Dr. Stuber earned an international reputation as an advocate of peace, human rights, and goodwill. He was an ecumenist of note. The list of service organizations to which he contributed is exhausting. He was an official observer at various sessions of the United nations, edited the daily bulletin of the World Council of Church in Amsterdam, attended the four sessions of the Second Vatican Council between 1962 and 1965, served as executive secretary for the World Relief Committee during World War II, was actively involved in the formation of the National Council of Churches in 1950, chaired the Commission on Religious Liberty of the Baptist World Alliance for 15 years, and served as the executive director for Association Press of the YMCA from 1964 – 1969. He saw himself as an ecumenical Baptist who “got along with people of all faiths.” Dr. Stuber was best known for his interdenominational and international leadership. His spirit of humanitarianism, civil rights, world peace, and justice for all people is remembered in the lectureship name in his honor. Dr. Stuber died in 1987 and his wife, Mrs. Helen Stuber, in 1994.


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