Anneliese Sinnott

O.P. Anneliese Sinnott

Address2930 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201

Professor of Systematic Theology and director of the Master of Arts program, Ecumenical Theological Seminary

B.A., Siena Heights College,
M.M., De Paul University,
M.Div., Saints Cyril and Methodius Seminary,
Ph.D., Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,

Dr. Anneliese Sinnott served as Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Dean and Professor of Systematic Theology at ETS from 1996-2010. Prior to that, she directed the Master of Divinity Program here at the seminary. In addition to her work here, Dr. Sinnott has been a frequent presenter at local, regional and national gatherings on a variety of topics and has contributed several articles to published works. She values the opportunity provided by ETS to guide others in learning in a multicultural, ecumenical environment. She believes that the task of a theological seminary today is to assist students in a discovery, examination and articulation of the Christian faith, both in the language of their own tradition and in dialogue with others as well as to effectively minister in the church and world of the 21st century.

Dr. Anneliese Sinnott was born and received her early education in Chicago, Illinois. Following her graduation from high school she became a member of the Adrian Dominican Sisters in Adrian, Michigan. Her early years as a Roman Catholic sister were spent teaching elementary school and music. She came to Michigan to attend seminary.

Areas of Interest

Systematic Theology;

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