Muslim Babies and Christian Babies: Demographic Shifts and the Religious Chess MatchBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. David Schreiner The sub-headline of a recent Pew Research study reads, “Babies born to Muslims will begin to outnumber Christian births by 2035” (Pew Research Center, April 5, 2017, “The Changing Global Religious Landscape”). This is a...

WBS Offers Death and Dying CourseBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  PM 712 Death and Dying is on Monday evenings from 6:30-9:20 this fall semester (begins August 21). Students are welcome to join us in the classroom at our Jackson campus OR via Zoom from anywhere.* This course is available...

Waiting for God to InterveneBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Becky Luman In my prison Bible study, I am finishing a ten-week series on Psalms called “Heart Songs.” Every mood of the God-seeker can be found in the 150 song-poems in this, the Bible’s largest book. Depressed?...

Ezra: A Man DevotedBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. David B. Schreiner When Cyrus the Great rode into Babylon on October 30, 539 BCE, he ended the Neo-Babylonian Empire and solidified the foundation for one of the largest empires the world has ever known. For God’s...

Board Chair Publishes Accessible Apologetics BookBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  Jim Howard, WBS Board Chair, recently published an apologetics book entitled The Miracle of Man: Evidence For God from Human Nature (Resource Publications, 2017). From the back: "What Is a Man? Biologically, we are animals--homo sapiens. But men are...

Joining the Team: Dr. Chris Lohrstorfer and Joshua FriedemanBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  Dr. Chris Lohrstorfer: Vice President of Academic Affairs Chris Lohrstorfer is from Elizabeth, Indiana, where he met and married his childhood sweetheart. He now resides in Raymond, Mississippi where he and His wife...

WBS Alumni @ OKWUBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Mark Weeter (M.Div. ’83): Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dean of the School of Ministry and Christian Thought, Professor of Theological Studies In 1977, just two months after marrying my wife, Brenda, we packed up and moved to Mississippi...

The Self-Revealing GodBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Steve Blakemore   Foreward: “Why should I go to seminary? If God has called me, won’t the Spirit empower me for ministry?” That is a legitimate question, since education alone cannot prepare or equip anyone for the...

Invest to ImpactBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Dear Friends of WBS, Rev. Kennedy Kirui, along with 19 others, graduated with the Wesley Biblical Seminary Class of 2017. He is among the first group of Shepherd Project graduates (formerly MA: Mission Possible) to receive his diploma. During Kennedy’s...

Dr. Matt Friedeman: 30 Years of Service at WBSBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

    An Interview with Dr. Matt Friedeman   You are a professor as well as an activist – what led you to think that you needed to do in order to teach? When we arrived in Jackson in 1987,...

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