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Templeton awards $4.2 million grant to Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School was awarded a $4.2 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to continue The Creation Project, a multiyear initiative on the Christian doctrine of creation within evangelical theology. The grant was written by and will be executed through the Carl F.H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding. [Read More]

CBHD, Faculty, Featured Stories, Press Releases, TEDS, TGS, Uncategorized

Bioethicist William Hurlbut to speak at spring Bioethics Lectureship

William Hurlbut, a leading bioethicist who has served on the U.S. President’s Council on Bioethics, will speak at the annual spring Bioethics Lectureship March 21 on the Deerfield campus. Hurlbut is senior research scholar in neurobiology at the Stanford Medical School. According to a university biography, after completing a doctor [Read More]

Announcements, CBHD

Bioethics Open House, Jan. 24

On Thursday, Jan. 24, Trinity will be hosting its annual Bioethics Open House. Starting at 5 p.m. in the Norton Welcome Center, the event will feature Dr. Paige Cunningham, the program session speaker, as well as current and former students. At 7 p.m., Dr. Tom McCall, Professor of Biblical and [Read More]

Employees, HCTU, President, Press Releases, TEDS

TIU’s Dockery delivers ETS presidential address

President David S. Dockery, who is serving as president of the Evangelical Theological Society in 2018, delivered the keynote message at the organization’s 70th annual meeting in Denver Nov. 13-15. His presidential address, titled “Toward a Theology of Evangelical Higher Education,” focused on the proper application of theology in a [Read More]

Centers, Featured Stories, TEDS

Trinity’s Center for Transformational Churches Hosts Faith at Work Summit 2018

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School's Center for Transformational Churches (CTC) hosted the 2018 Faith at Work Summit on October 11–13. It gathered nearly 450 church and marketplace leaders and is considered the premier event of the faith and work movement in the United States. The stated purpose of the Summit's organizers [Read More]

Announcements, Centers, President, Press Releases

Kern Family Foundation invests in Trinity faith-and-work initiatives

The Kern Family Foundation has awarded Trinity International University $630,000 for ongoing work related to faith-and-work initiatives. Trinity president David S. Dockery said the letter he received from the foundation says “the purpose of the grant is to support activities that advance an integrated vision of faith, work, and economics.” [Read More]

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