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PhD Program Opens Doors for Ministry Training
For over 50 years, BJU Seminary’s PhD program has been preparing students for the highest level of seminary and college teaching, theological research and writing, and preaching/teaching ministry in the local church. Today, graduates all across the United States and around the world are serving the church as pastors, professors, missionaries, administrators, authors, translation consultants, and more. Several recent PhD …Read More
Adjuncts Bring Their Expertise to This Year’s Modules
At BJU Seminary, our resident faculty are the backbone of our program. They are well known for their careful biblical scholarship and years of practical ministry experience. But in addition to the teaching of our resident faculty, we are thankful that our new modular program allows us to occasionally bring in a diverse group of adjunct professors to share their …Read More
2020 Dissertation and Thesis Highlight
This past spring, six BJU Seminary students finished their dissertations or theses in completion of their respective degrees. The BJU Seminary family is grateful for the diligent effort of these men and for the positive impact they have had on the seminary community. Following is a brief highlight of each student, including information on their plans for ministry as they …Read More
BJU Seminary Launches Four New Programs for Fall 2020
BJU Seminary is excited to announce the addition of four new academic programs that will launch in the fall of 2020. These programs will provide students with even more flexibility in pursuing a degree that is suited for their specific ministry goals and relevant to their current life situation. Like all the courses BJU Seminary offers, these new programs have …Read More
New Gospel Fellowship Association Scholarship
At a special meeting on Friday, May 8, BJU Seminary awarded the inaugural Gospel Fellowship Association Great Commission Scholarship to WooJoo (Moses) Kim. The scholarship citation reads as follows: $2,500 placed by Gospel Fellowship Association Missions on the account of a BJU Seminary student who plans to devote himself or herself to international gospel ministry and who demonstrates exemplary commitment …Read More
OT Students Present Papers on Social Justice
Students in Old Testament Hermeneutics and Exegetical Method recently gave presentations on their final course papers. This year the papers wrestled with the Old Testament’s socially oriented laws and the process for applying those laws to current discussions of social justice. Led by their professor, Dr. Ken Casillas, the students integrated exegetical research, theological analysis, interaction with key writers, and …Read More