The Second Coming: Ready for Whenever?BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Becky Luman Scripture: Matthew 24:42–25:30 From the WBS Statement of Faith: “We believe in the Self-Revealing God, the Creator of all . . . Who will complete the Redemption of the world by the return of the...

Guest Alumnus Post: Seminary Relationships Change a NationBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Aaron Gadsby (M.Div. '13)   Why Seminary? Why Wesley? In some ways, I have never left Wesley Biblical Seminary. Of course, I am no longer an active paying student, but the strong foundation Wesley provided encouraged me to...

Nice biceps, but how’s your core strength?BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Matt Friedeman An old friend of mine is the strength coach for a major university's athletic teams. We used to work out together, and I was interested in his current emphasis in the training of athletes. He said,...

Guest Alumnus Post: Practical Policies to Bypass BurnoutBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Tres Adames (M.Div. '10) I've counseled a lot of pastors over the years, which is a privilege, but can also be heartbreaking. Pastors are human, and they struggle with the same pressures that everyone does. Yet there can...

My Frustration with John Wesley: A Difference in CallingBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Rick Boyd I’m currently writing a paper addressing John Wesley’s understanding and use of Scripture in his sermons and writings, and I have noticed that he doesn’t spend a lot of time digging into any given passage....

Dangling Spiritual Carrots vs. Reviving True HolinessBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. David Schreiner I recently came across a 2006 publication by the Barna Research Group: “The Concept of Holiness Baffles Most Americans.” [1] As you can see, it’s right down the alley of WBS. Moreover, it strikes a...

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...

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?...

Why Dr. Schreiner Makes His Students Read “That Junk”BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. David Schreiner   Why read anything but the Bible? I recently finished teaching OT 516 this spring. OT 516 is WBS’s introductory course to the Old Testament, and it focuses on issues of history and interpretation. There...

Auditing: A “Full Step Into Study”BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  An interview with Jim Smith of Fairborn, OH: Tell us about your auditing experience. So far, I have audited one course with WBS--MS612S: A Christian Introduction to Islam and Engaging Muslims. I joined with the WBS students who met...

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