This resource is designed to help students get the most out of the library and know how to utilize the vast resources WBS offers. Wikipedia doesn’t count in grad school, so enjoy learning how to use our hard copy books, databases, and e-resources! Click here to view the 2017 Fall Library Newsletter!   Caleb...
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On Monday, July 24, Jim Thorn of 103.9 FM (WYAB) interviewed WBS Executive VP Rob Pocai. Check out the interview on our podcast page or listen directly here. Rob addressed the importance of having an institute of higher theological education in the community, the value of our accreditation, the quality of WBS professors, upcoming classes, degrees offered, and how...
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  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 different, born with consciousness, reason, free will, notions of morality, and other characteristics of what...
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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 Mary are the parents of two teenagers, Diana 17, and Nicolas, 15. Chris has served as Senior Pastor at Hinds Independent Methodist Church in Raymond since 1997 and has been...
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  Reflections upon Retirement Gareth Lee Cockerill taught his first course at Wesley Biblical Seminary in the fall of 1979, joining the faculty of the fledgling seminary while he was on home assignment for his missionary work with the Wesleyan Church. Back on the mission field in 1981 for another three-year term, he returned to...
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Check out the 2017 Compass! Included in this edition are: some highlights from Commencement and the 2017 Graduate and Alumni Banquet, testimonies from some of our grads, details on our cooperative efforts with Oklahoma Wesleyan University (along with a look at our alumni who serve at OKWU), faculty articles addressing the important question, “Why Seminary?...
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WBS is excited to announce that Dr. David Schreiner is transitioning from adjunct professor to Assistant Professor of Old Testament. Dr. David Schreiner obtained his bachelor’s from Indiana Wesleyan University and his Master’s and Ph.D. from Asbury Theological Seminary. He has published on a variety of subjects, including biblical archaeology, the history of biblical interpretation,...
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  On the morning of May 13th, WBS held its 40th annual commencement ceremony. Highlights included Dr. Cockerill’s commencement address, the graduation of our first Shepherd Project (formerly Mission Possible) students (one of whom was able to attend), our first M.A. Apologetics graduates, Dr. Neihof’s charge to the class, and the lively singing of hymns...
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Wesley Biblical Seminary is excited to welcome Dr. Chris Lohrstorfer to the WBS team. He will assume the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs on July 1, 2017. Dr. Lohrstorfer is an alumnus of Wesley Biblical Seminary (M.A. ’95). He has over 20 years of educational experience in higher education, both as a classroom professor...
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  2017 Commencement Wesley Biblical Seminary is pleased to announce that our 2017 Commencement ceremony will be held: Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 9:30am in the sanctuary at 787 E Northside Drive Jackson, MS 39206 All are welcome to join as we celebrate the accomplishments of our approximately 20 graduates. Help us prayerfully send them...
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MDiv programs

The MDiv degree can be taken in one of four programs:

Ministry (78 hours)

Chaplaincy (78 hours)

Ministry with a Biblical languages emphasis (86 hours)

Teaching (87 hours)

Honors Research (87 hours)