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The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies

February 6, 2014

Inductive Bible study has been a major emphasis at Asbury Theological Seminary for seven decades.  This month Dr. David Bauer and Dr. Fred Long have launched a new journal in connection with FirstFruits Publishing: The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies.  It will appear twice yearly (January and July) and is available on-line and in print on Read More

Revd Dr Tory Baucum

Asbury Seminary Alumni Revd. Dr. Tory Baucum appointed as one of Canterbury Cathedral’s Six Preachers

January 20, 2014

Archbishop appoints Revd Dr Tory Baucum as one of Canterbury Cathedral’s Six Preachers The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Justin Welby, is delighted to announce the appointment of the Revd Dr Tory Baucum, Rector of Truro Church in Fairfax, Virginia, as one of the Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral. Dr Baucum will be installed Read More

Exodus: The Way Out

Dr. John Oswalt has a New Book: “Exodus: The Way Out”

December 23, 2013

Dr. John Oswalt, Visiting Distinguished Professor of Old Testement, has published a new book called Exodus: The Way Out. Warner Press provides the following description. Where do you turn when you need deliverance? To someone stronger and wiser than yourself. And if Almighty God will deliver you, no oppressor can keep you under his thumb. Read More


The Lausanne Movement

December 12, 2013

Michael Oh, Executive Director and CEO of the Lausanne Movement, was part of the platform party of 20 religious leaders invited to be present for  the memorial service for Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Tuesday, December 10, 2013. This signal honor is indicative of the standing of the Lausanne Movement in the religious Read More

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Academy of Homiletics

December 10, 2013

Dr. Michael Pasquarello III, Granger E. and Anna A. Fisher Professor of Preaching, participated in the Consultation on Homiletic Theology at the Academy of Homiletics which met on Dec. 5 – 7 in Louisville, KY. The Consultation on Homiletic Theology is part of a four year Homiletic Theology Project directed by Dr. David Jacobsen, Professor Read More

Dr. Timothy Tennent

Dr. Tennent’s Response to Recent Christianity Today Article

December 5, 2013

Contrary to the implication of the article entitled, Relaxing Over Drinks in the December 2013 issue of Christianity Today, Asbury Theological Seminary’s current ethos statement continues to embrace an alcohol free campus, including all our residence halls as it has since our founding in 1923. The 2010 change to our ethos statement actually broadens our Read More

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Winter 2013 Graduation Schedule of Events

December 2, 2013

December graduates, click here for important commencement information


Asbury Seminary Professor Kenneth Collins Publishes New Book of The Works of John Wesley

November 22, 2013

Dr. Kenneth J. Collins, Professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary, and Dr. Paul Chilcote from Ashland Theological Seminary have just published Volume 13 of the critical edition of John Wesley’s works (the bicentennial edition), The Works of John Wesley: Doctrinal and Controversial Treatises II, vol. 13, through Abingdon Press. This is the second Read More


Asbury Seminary Receives Commitment for $5 Million Gift to Launch Church Planting Initiative

November 12, 2013

Asbury Theological Seminary announces with profound gratitude a $5 million gift from a long-time friend and Trustee of Asbury Theological Seminary in support of the Church Planting initiative and global partnerships as set forth in the Seminary’s strategic plan. The initial gift of $3 million this year will be followed by a second gift of $2 million Read More


Asbury Seminary Distinguished Professor (Emeritus) George Hunter Publishes a New Book

October 21, 2013

George Hunter, Distinguished Professor (Emeritus) in the ESJ School, recently published his eighteenth book “Should We Change Our Game Plan?” (Abingdon Press, 2013).  More recently, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Great Commission Research Network.  His next book, which Abingdon has scheduled for a Spring 2015 release, is provisionally titled “The Rediscovery of Read More