Faculty

Announcements, Faculty, TEDS

Assisted Suicide, Embryonic Stem Cell Research, and Beyond

The entire university and surrounding community are invited to a series of evenings with Christian leaders in bioethics. There will be a presentation and discussion time, followed by refreshments. There is no admission fee. The first occurs on January 26 at 7 p.m. in the Kantzer Auditorium. Presenter: John Kilner, [Read More]

Faculty, TEDS, Uncategorized

Professor Kilner Wins Christianity Today 2016 Book Award

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Forman Chair of Christian Ethics and Theology John F. Kilner of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School received the top honor in the theology and ethics category of the 2016 Christianity Today Book Awards. Eerdmans Publishing released Kilner’s award-winning book, Dignity and Destiny: Humanity in the Image of God, last January. Christianity [Read More]

Announcements, Faculty

Zondervan launches new study Bible with the help of Dr. Carson

On Monday, November 9, President Dockery will be interviewing Dr. Carson on his involvement of the new Zondervan NIV Study Bible. The event will be held in Hinkson Hall beginning at 7:00 p.m. with light dessert and coffee provided. Copies of the Study Bible will be available at a discounted [Read More]

Faculty, Featured Stories

Dr. Matthias Celebrated During New Book Signing

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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”

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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]