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New Testament Scholar Craig Keener and wife Médine Release Their Long-Awaited Book “Impossible Love”

April 14, 2016

The book depicts the story of their friendship and love across continents and in spite of devastating hardships. “This book is a genuinely epic encounter of two people experiencing God’s grace in overcoming unspeakable obstacles,” Dr. Timothy Tennent, President of Asbury Theological Seminary, said. Impossible Love tells the true-life story of Craig and Médine’s journey Read More

Asbury Theological Seminary hosts The Asbury Project in Orlando

March 24, 2016

Asbury Theological Seminary co-hosts The Asbury Project (TAP) on the Florida-Dunnam Campus, April 19-20, 2016, with Asbury University. The Asbury Project is sponsored by the Office of Faith, Work and Economics and unites students, pastors, business and community leaders, and academicians to discuss the interaction of faith, work, economics and the marketplace. During TAP Orlando, speakers Read More

Asbury Theological Seminary Announces Passing of Dr. David Rambo

March 16, 2016

Dr. David Rambo, former Director of the Beeson International Leaders program and adjunct professor of preaching at Asbury Seminary, passed away March 11, 2016. His two great passions were preaching and the development of high level leaders for the international church. In addition to his time at Asbury Seminary, he also served as president of Nyack Read More

Asbury Theological Seminary staff named Kentucky Colonel

February 10, 2016

Kevin Bish, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services, received the title of Kentucky Colonel from Governor Matt Bevin for his outstanding service to the Seminary and community. The title of Kentucky Colonel is the highest title of honor given by the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s sitting governor. This award recognizes noteworthy accomplishments and service to the Read More

Asbury Theological Seminary appoints new teaching fellows

January 29, 2016

WILMORE, KY—Asbury Theological Seminary announces the appointment of two new teaching fellows to begin the fall of 2016.   James D. Wilson has been named the Teaching Fellow in Hebrew. Wilson is a graduate of the University of Evansville and holds a master of arts in Biblical Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary.  He is currently Read More

Ministry Conference March 7-10, 2016: Marked by Grace

January 28, 2016

WILMORE, KY—Asbury Theological Seminary hosts Ministry Conference 2016, March 7-10. This year’s theme is “Marked by Grace: Your Life in Christ’s Mission,” and will be the last in a long series of successful events known as Ministry Conference. In recent years Asbury Seminary has been at the center of one of the most dynamic conference Read More

Asbury Seminary announces passing of Dr. M. Robert Mulholland

January 6, 2016

WILMORE, KY—Dr. M. Robert Mulholland, professor emeritus at Asbury Seminary, passed away December 20, 2015. For more than 30 years, Dr. Mulholland served as professor of New Testament and administrator at the Seminary. A memorial service was held Tuesday, December 29, at Shirley Community Church, West Road, Shirley, ME.  In lieu of flowers the family Read More

Asbury Seminary Faculty Wins Christianity Today Book Award

December 17, 2015

WILMORE, KY—Dr. Craig Keener, Asbury Theological Seminary F.M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies, received first place in Christianity Today’s 2016 book awards in the biblical studies category. In his book Acts: An Exegetical Commentary: Volume 4, Dr. Keener’s commentary not only documents Acts, but also early Christianity in its first-century context. This volume completes Read More

Dr. David Persons Selected as Outstanding Alumnus for 2015

December 16, 2015

Asbury Theological Seminary is pleased to announce that Dr. David Persons has been selected as the Seminary’s Outstanding Alumnus for 2015. The son of missionaries, David was born in Nashville, TN and raised in the former Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of Congo). While a student at Asbury College (now University), David felt the Read More