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...

Beyond Indiana Jones: The WHY of Biblical ArchaeologyBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

This summer, Wesley Biblical Seminary is offering an intensive course on Biblical Archaeology at its Greenwood, IN extension site. Building from a proper understanding of the term "Biblical Archaeology," this course will introduce students to the basics of archaeology, archaeology...

Do Biblical Languages Still Matter?BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Rick Boyd   It’s all Greek to me! Biblical Greek as Accessible Greek Back in the nineteenth-century, the common belief regarding the original language of the New Testament (NT) held that the Greek found in the NT...

Psalm 46: A Song When We are OverwhelmedBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Becky Luman At WBS, we provide discipleship groups to give students the spiritual support and prayer needed for the stressful seminary journey. Each student knows he or she has classmates and a faculty member praying for him or...

The NudgeBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. John E. Neihof, Jr. Jeremiah 10:23-24 NKJV O Lord, I know the way of man is not in himself; It is not in man who walks to direct his own steps. O Lord, correct me, but with justice;...

Committed to the YESBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Chris Lett (M.Div. '93) Are you committed to the YES? I remember years ago when I was in my first year of graduate school being asked that very question. It wasn't the first time being asked that question, though....

On MacBeth and MeaningBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Steve Blakemore “Tomorrow, and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day, to the last syllable of recorded time; and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, out, brief...

Psalm 62: I Will Not Be ShakenBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Becky Luman Psalm 62 (NIV) 1 Truly my soul finds rest in God; my salvation comes from him. 2 Truly he is my rock and my salvation; he is my fortress, I WILL NEVER BE SHAKEN. 3 How...

Penguin Ears: Learning to Listen for HopeBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

by Dr. Steve Blakemore The search for a melodious penguin is a hopeless thing, unless you have penguin ears, Just as a longing for better things is a fool’s dream for all who lack Christ’s Mind And live for now,...

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