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Pondering the Spade: Mari and the Mari TextsBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. David Schreiner [Click here to view the introduction to this series.] When I ask students about the purpose of archaeology, I count on receiving a few answers in one form or another. “To prove that the Bible is...

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Not Just Another SemesterBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Rick Boyd The other day I was driving to the seminary on the first day of the new semester and I drove past an elementary school. I remembered back to my days at Stichter School in San Jose,...

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Pondering the Spade: Assessing Some Important Archaeological Finds for Old Testament StudiesBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. David Schreiner I recently blogged about a new study published by the National Academy of Science that dealt with the handwriting analysis of a select number of ostraca from Arad. You can find it here. It got me...

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Guest Post: Dr. Dan SchaferBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Dan Schafer While they were worshiping the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” Acts 13:2 Many have questioned whether the modern...

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A “Refresher Course” on PrayerBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Becky Luman My Sunday School class of nine and ten year-olds is in the midst of a five week unit on prayer. We have dissected, discussed, and prayed the Lord’s Prayer, talked about praying honestly using the experiences...

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Dr. Stan Toler to Speak at Transform:ED 2016BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Well-known teacher, author, speaker, and former Nazarene GS Dr. Stan Toler will be the speaker at Wesley Biblical Seminary's Transform:ED Conference October 4-6. He will be addressing the topic of "Holiness and Leadership." See his biography below for more information....

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WBS: Indiana to Offer A Christian Introduction to Islam and Engaging MuslimsBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

At our Greenwood, Indiana extension site, in the fall semester, we will be offering a special course that will be of great interest to all in lay and vocational ministry: MS 612S A Christian Introduction to Islam and Engaging Muslims....

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Faith, Race, and Our ObligationBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. John Neihof I recently attended a conference for theological schools in the US and Canada. The mixture of evangelical, mainline, and Roman Catholic schools provides an adventure in contrast. As a Bible-believing Christian in the Wesleyan revivalist tradition,...

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A Musing on UnbeliefBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Steve Blakemore Why think God? the atheist wants to know and rages, Demanding we forswear our chattering on divinity. Perhaps there are moments when we should, like sages, Leave him to the silence of a ravaging infinity Devoid...

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Why is accreditation important for YOU?BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Wesley Biblical Seminary is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) and licensed by the State of Mississippi to offer graduate biblical and theological education. But what does that mean for you? Why attending an accredited seminary matters: • Integrity. Accreditation...