In an editorial for Christianity Today, Gordon-Conwell Master of Divinity student Noah Karger highlights the continued importance of formal theological education in the evangelical church. While some contest the need […]
A bright biblical scholar and innovator, Gordon lived up to his missionary name (Judson) as a missionary statesman.
“Jesus went about preaching, teaching and healing,” was Conwell’s guide in church ministry. He did all thoroughly even while thinking of transforming the city itself through the church.
This article originally appeared on the Rooted Ministry website. Chelsea Kingston Erikson (MDiv ’15) Recently I had the privilege of sitting down with a former student who has discerned a […]
Stephen A. Macchia Director of the Pierce Center for Disciple-Building As a seminary student in the late 70s/early 80s, I had to fend for myself spiritually when I arrived on […]
God has called you to serve Him, and now you need biblical and theological preparation to pursue that call. A variety of educational options are available to you, ranging from […]
Dr. Jason DeRouchie Associate Professor of Old Testament at Bethlehem College and Seminary in Minneapolis. (This article originally appeared in the April 2012 edition of Themelios) In 1524, six years after […]
Why would I need a theological degree from a seminary or divinity school? For purely practical reasons, if you are called to ministry in a church, an accredited seminary degree […]
Why Pursue Doctoral Studies? David A. Currie Professor of Practical Theology, Dean of the Doctor of Ministry and the Ockenga Institute “Should I pursue a doctorate?…” Many pastors […]
Dr. Karen Mason Associate Professor of Counseling and Psychology One of the courses I teach as a Counseling Professor is called Research Methods and Design. Each year in this class, […]