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News and Events
Preview Day, November 11
The Stewart Custer Lecture Series provides a great opportunity this upcoming Fall for those who are interested in BJU Seminary to get a specialized visit for the event. The lecture series is designed to honor one of our most celebrated scholars, the late Dr. Stewart Custer, and promote scholarship in service of the church. Each Fall for the lecture series, …Read More
Seminary Chapel, Fall 2019
BJU Seminary chapel is designed to: Model in-depth ministry of the Word. Address issues in church ministry. Encourage spiritual community among faculty and students. Our theme this year is “Servants Chosen and Equipped.” One of the primary questions seminary students face is how the Lord chooses and equips weak but faithful vessels to minister His Word. This year we will …Read More
New Work Honors Legacy of Michael Barrett
This recently published work honors the legacy of former BJU professor, Michael Barrett. Barrett was a professor of Ancient Languages and Old Testament Theology and Interpretation at Bob Jones for nearly thirty years. He is currently the Academic Dean and Professor of Old Testament at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. Formerly, he also served as the president of Geneva Reformed Seminary and …Read More
This year, 29 seminary students walked the stage in order to receive their degree, 18 received their MA, 8 received their MDiv., 2 received their DMin., and 1 received their PhD. Steve Brown, President of the Associated Gospel Churches (AGC) with over three decades in the chaplaincy, was presented an honorary doctorate. Also, two students, Zach Sigmon and Deanna Fry, …Read More
Bell Prize Award (April 23)
The BJU School of Religion and BJU Seminary hosted the first inaugural Bell Prize reading. The event served to recognize longtime Seminary Professor Robert Bell’s passion for Christian scholarship. Providing guidance along the way, three Seminary professors—Dr. Ken Casillas, Dr. Layton Talbert, and Dr. Eric Newton—selected three academic papers from the undergraduate competition to be read by their authors. Jackson …Read More
Theological Research Symposium (Spring 2019)
This spring’s Theological Research Symposium featured two thought-provoking papers that generated solid discussion of important theological topics. Dr. Jon Cheek presented “A Biblical Theology of Worldliness,” summarizing key findings of his recently defended dissertation. Contributing to contemporary debates regarding worldliness, Jon exegeted and synthesized major passages, terms, and concepts related to worldliness throughout the storyline of Scripture. Dr. Randy Leedy, …Read More