Faculty, Featured Stories

Dr. Matthias Celebrated During New Book Signing

Matthias Book Signing-1

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN BY LANDON TILLEY, DIGEST STAFF WRITER Associate Professor of Education Dr. Laurie Matthias recently released her new book entitled "The Cry of the Teacher’s Soul," which focuses on the inner life of a teacher—mental, emotional, and spiritual—as a means to provide hope for the exhausted, pressured teacher crying for help. Graduate [Read More]

Announcements, Faculty, TLS

TLS Prof. published in Modern Reformation

"The Good Shepherd and the Death of Autonomy" by Adjunct Professor Andrew DeLoach was published in the September/October 2015 issue of Modern Reformation magazine. MR subscribers may access the article online. Professor DeLoach earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Literature/Writing from University of California, San Diego, where he published [Read More]

Faculty, Featured Stories, TEDS

Ed Stetzer Extols Us to Take an “Eternal Perspective”


Ed Stetzer, whose many roles include executive director of LifeWay Research and Visiting Assistant Professor of Research and Missiology at TEDS, spoke passionately at TEDS chapel Thursday morning on living with a “heavenly hope.” The message continued the TEDS Chapel series, “Christ, Our Glory and Strength,” with a focus on [Read More]


Look for Prof. Steven Fratt on NBC’s Chicago Fire, April 21

Look for Prof. Steven Fratt on NBC Chicago Fire 10/9c on Tuesday, April 21. His Facebook profile page may be worked into the narrative for a brief click or two, so don't look away!

Faculty, Featured Stories, TEDS, TGS

Bioethics Prof John Kilner Releases New Book on Human Dignity

Trinity Graduate School Professor of Bioethics and Contemporary Culture John F. Kilner has released a new book that describes human dignity in light of the biblical observation that man is created in God’s image. Eerdmanns Publishing Company released Dignity and Destiny: Humanity in the Image of God earlier this month. [Read More]

Faculty, Featured Stories

Academic Success at Trinity

by Peter L. Wright, associate professor of education at Trinity College and Graduate School “Getting an education is like breaking through a wall sometimes,” a Trinity student who struggles with a disability said recently. “You chip away at each brick, and it feels like it’s never going to come down.” [Read More]