Featured Stories

Spring 2013 Trin Mag Fresh Off the Press

The spring 2013 issue of Trinity Magazine is fresh off the press. Here’s the table of contents (of feature articles): “Student To Student: Small Touches That Make a Big Difference” —an article that highlights how the Marketing and Admissions Departments at TIU gathered together several students to spearhead a project that puts [Read More]

Featured Stories, HCTU

Remembering Carl Henry: Evangelicalism Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Call for Papers January 22, 2013, marked the centennial of the birth of the late Carl F. H. Henry. An architect of the modern evangelical movement in the U.S., Henry was involved in the inception of Fuller Seminary, Christianity Today, and the Evangelical Theological Society. He was also a professor, [Read More]

Faculty, Featured Stories, TEDS

Searching for the Historical Harmenzoon

Understanding Jacob Arminius by Thomas H. McCall   Millions of Christians today recognize the term Arminianism as a label for a theological position or movement. Many of these Christians are happy to own the label, while many others (especially with the recent rise of the “Young, Restless, and Reformed” movement) [Read More]

Announcements, Featured Stories, TEDS

TEDS Student Joins Groundbreaking Program

Jeremy Mann, a Master of Divinity student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, is one of the 14 seminarians and divinity students chosen by FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) to participate in a two-week program in New York, Germany, and Poland in June 2013. This trip [Read More]


Latest edition of the Scrawl now online

The latest edition of the Scrawl is now online! Be sure to subscribe to the Scrawl blog updates (on the right column). In this issue . . . “Whom Shall I Send? The Erosion of the Evangelical Pastorate” —Jeremy Mann examines evidence that shows the American pastorate is in decline [Read More]

Announcements, University

Trinity Celebrates Rodine Cafe Grand Opening

Trinity graduate students, faculty and staff celebrated the grand opening of the Rodine Cafe on January 10, from noon to 1:30 p.m with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by hors d'oeuvres and live music. While the cafe is currently referred to as "Rodine Cafe," the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) [Read More]

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