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Paul T. Walls Professor of Scripture and Wesleyan Studies Rob Wall has published a new book with pastoral leader Anthony B. Robinson, Called to Lead: Paul's Letters to Timothy for a New Day (Eerdmans, July 2012), with a foreword by Walter Brueggemann. More >>
Professor of New Testament Jack Levison reflects on William Butler Yeats’ poem “Adam’s Curse,” the book of Daniel, and life in the spirit without verbs, in the July 10 Huffington Post.
Professor of Theology Priscilla Pope-Levison, in a blog post for the American Society of Church History, writes of her trip to Portland, Ore., “where I met, face to face, the legacy of Florence Crawford, a Pentecostal evangelist from the initial, heady days of the 1906 Azusa Street Revival.”
On June 8, nine Seminary students were "hooded" by Seminary faculty in Martin Square on the SPU campus, and the next day walked across the stage to receive their diplomas from President Phil Eaton at Key Arena in downtown Seattle.
Each spring, Seattle Pacific Seminary proudly commissions its graduating Master of Arts in Theology and Master of Divinity students into the Lord’s service as theologians and ministers.
Professor of Moral and Historical Theology Rick Steele taught a four-session class on Christian prison literature at one of the Washington state correctional facilities for women during April. More >>
Associate Professor of Theology Daniel Castelo, author of The Apathetic God: Exploring the Contemporary Relevance of Divine Impassibility, recently published two essays.
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies Sara Koenig presented a paper titled "Make War Not Love: David as an Exemplar of Masculinity in 2 Sam 10-12" at the Pacific Northwest Regional Society of Biblical Literature meeting on May 13.
Professor of Christian Scripture Rob Wall defines and defends "the canonical approach" to biblical interpretation in the new book Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views.
On April 27-28, Kelsey Holloway from the CBTE and six undergraduate women attended the Christians for Biblical Equality conference. There they met CBE President Mimi Haddad, discussing their calls as women in ministry.
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