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Faculty Publications – Fall 2017

Books Chilcote, Paul.  Praying in the Spirit of Christ. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017. (A sequel to my Praying in the Wesleyan Spirit) Collins, Kenneth J., and Jerry L. Walls. Roman but Not Catholic: What Remains at Stake 500 Years after the Reformation. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Academic, 2017. Cook, John A.  2016 Verbal Valency: The Intersection… Read More »


Asbury Seminary Mourns the Tragic Loss of Life at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas

Asbury Theological Seminary mourns the tragic deaths of 26 people in Sutherland Springs, Texas, as well as the many who were wounded. We offer our sincere prayers for the families and loved ones of those affected by this horrific tragedy. The tragic targets of shootings in recent years include musical events, malls, theaters, bars, homes,… Read More »


Asbury Seminary faculty and staff co-author “Transformed by Love”

Dr. A. Sue Russell, Professor of Mission and Contextual Studies, and Médine Keener, Pastoral Care Coordinator, released Transformed by Love in April 2017. The book, which can be read individually or as a group study, helps men and women deal with identity issues, brokenness and other traumatic situations. “The primary goal was to write the… Read More »


Asbury Theological Seminary launches Anglican Studies Program

With the launch of the Anglican Studies specialization, Asbury Seminary brings together Scripture, Spirit and Sacrament in the Anglican community. Students in the M.Div. or M.A. in Theological Studies Programs now have the option to join a community of leaders that is shaped by the Anglican traditions of common prayer, communion,teaching and fellowship. “I cannot… Read More »


Asbury Theological Seminary Completes Goal, Raises $1.5 million for Estes Chapel Renovation

WILMORE, KY—Asbury Seminary announces that it has completed funding for the $1.5 million Estes Chapel renovation project that is part of the Seminary’s Hundredfold Comprehensive Campaign. Renovations are scheduled to begin November 3, 2017, and will be completed in April 2018. “The fact that this was the first goal of our ambitious $100 million campaign… Read More »


Asbury Theological Seminary Launches Graduate Certificate in Hispanic Ministry Formation

Asbury Seminary launched a bilingual Graduate Certificate in Hispanic Ministry Formation in September with 14 students enrolled. The certificate program consists of five classes, all of which are available bilingually. Upon completing the graduate certificate, students may continue their education with a master’s degree. “The future of the Latino church is bilingual,” Dr. Danny Roman-Gloro,… Read More »


Asbury Seminary Prays for Las Vegas

The Asbury Theological Seminary community grieves with the families in Las Vegas and those impacted by the shooting late Sunday evening. We decry all acts of violence and join with millions around the world who are praying for the families and loved ones who needlessly lost their lives. O merciful Father, who hast taught us… Read More »


B.L Fisher Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The B.L. Fisher Library celebrates its 50th anniversary on October 10. The library invites faculty and staff to a cookie and punch reception in the Bergie Café from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. and all students to a popcorn-palooza on the evening of October 10. “We are very thankful for the gift from Mr. Bergie Lee… Read More »


Kingdom Conference: Speaking the Truth in Love, Oct. 10-12

Asbury Theological Seminary celebrates Kingdom Conference, Oct. 10-12, 2017, with guest chapel speaker Dr. Ajith Fernando. This year’s theme, “Speaking the Truth in Love: Kingdom Convictions, Kingdom Civility,” spotlights what God is doing through the global Church. The Seminary community is invited to participate in these events that celebrate movements, Kingdom developments, and diversity with… Read More »


Reformation Celebration : Oct 31 – Nov 2

Asbury Theological Seminary and Asbury University join together for a series of events to celebrate the meaning and impact of the Protestant Reformation on its 500th anniversary through teaching, worship and music, Oct. 31-Nov. 2. Events are free and open to the public. Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the… Read More »