Dr. Robert Redman, the new academic dean of Multnomah Biblical Seminary began work this past January, and hit the ground running with new initiatives already in the works. Thanks to a generous $500,000 grant from the Kern Family Foundation, Dr. Redman will lead the way for some exciting new developments at the Seminary. In the next four years, Dr. Redman will help launch:
- a new era of distance education, making Multnomah's top-shelf Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies (MAPS) and Master of Divinity (M.Div) available to students who are unable to uproot and relocate.
- Multnomah Biblical Seminary's first-ever doctorate program, the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min).
Dr. Redman's experience as the dean at non-campus-based Tozer Seminary will provide him with the necessary insight to helm a distance education endeavor at Multnomah. He also served as the director of a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min) program at Fuller Seminary for six years, with approximately 1,200 D.Min students, making him a natural fit to launch Multnomah's D.Min.
You can read more about Dr. Redman's professional and educational background in our official press release.
You can also find Dr. Redman on Facebook.
In the meantime, keep an eye out for exciting developments at Multnomah Biblical Seminary as Dr. Redman works hard to make seminary education a reality for more future students!