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Dr. David Schreiner, assistant professor of Old Testament at Wesley Biblical Seminary, was the keynote speaker for the Chaney Lectures at Central Christian College. The annual lecture series examines topics connected with vital faith. For this year’s lectures, Schreiner examined the relationship between archaeology and biblical studies. “Archaeology is something that I have always been...
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Wesley Biblical Seminary is launching 6 new Certificate Programs in the fall semester. The 24-credit programs have been designed for ministry leaders and lay people who want deeper biblical, theological, and ministry training but are unable to pursue a full Master of Arts or Master of Divinity. “These Certificate Programs give students the flexibility and...
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Wesley Biblical Seminary has launched a new cohort of students in Mexico City. The initial cohort is composed of 20 Mexican church leaders and lay people who want to deepen their biblical understanding and be equipped for ministry. “Our Mexico City cohort is an incredibly exciting chance for Wesley Biblical Seminary to cross national lines...
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A Wesley Biblical Seminary faculty member and student were honored at the 31st annual Higher Education Appreciation Day-Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE). At the annual event, which is hosted by the state of Mississippi, Dr. Matt Friedeman and Daniel Jackson were recognized alongside professors and students from across Mississippi. “Matt and Daniel are incredible representatives of...
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This semester, Wesley Biblical Seminary is welcoming its largest incoming class ever for the spring semester. From locations as varied as Mozambique and Oklahoma, 46 new students are joining the Wesley Biblical Seminary student body. “We are excited about the strong enrollment growth this semester,” said Rob Pocai, executive vice president.”Wesley biblical Seminary is impacting...
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Dr. Bill Ury returned to Wesley Biblical Seminary to teach the first class in a two-week Doctor of Ministry intensive. The class, which was part of the fall-winter Doctor of Ministry semester, focused on Wesleyan spirituality and its relationship with cultural transformation. “[We examined] how the Wesleys engaged people with the order of salvation–from prevenient...
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Dr. John Perkins visited Wesley Biblical Seminary recently to give a lecture to a class that focuses on ministry in the African-American Church. Dr. Perkins, a Civil Rights icon, community leader, and influential author, shared from his life and decades of ministry experience to students in Proclamation and Discipleship in the African-American Church. “We are...
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During the 12 Days of Christmas, eleven different faculty and staff shared about the meaning of Christmas in their lives. Dr. Rick Boyd, associate professor of biblical studies, shared his testimony about how God transformed his life while he was reading the Bible. It is an incredible story of the power of God to transform...
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This is an article by Dr. David Schreiner, assistant professor of Old Testament at Wesley Biblical Seminary. The annual meetings of the Society of Biblical Literature and the Institute of Biblical Research were recently in Boston, MA. Here, excitement over new ideas collides with frustration over disconnected scholarship. Part of the experience is the rat-race...
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Four Wesley Biblical Seminary professors recently showcased their research at the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) and the Institute for Biblical Research (IBR) annual meetings. Dr. Matt Friedeman, Dr. Rick Boyd, Dr. David Schreiner, and Dr. Carey Vinzant all presented papers or participated in panels at these meetings. “We are proud of our faculty at WBS...
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