JoAnne E. Billison – 2009 MDiv Seminary Graduate
I came into the kingdom of God married and a mother of two. My salvation was the greatest moment of my life and I passionately pursued a relationship with Jesus. I couldn’t get enough of Him. It wasn’t long after I came to Christ that I hungered for more scriptural training and education, so I enrolled at Multnomah Seminary. Read the rest of this entry »
We ran across an essay at Inside Higher Ed that was written after the author read the new book titled The Anointed: Evangelical Truth in a Secular Age. It begs many questions of those who consider themselves both academic and an Evangelical. We're pretty sure our faculty fit this profile and that our alumni have an opinion on the matter.
Eternity in the Hearts of Mankind
On the edge of my seat, I listened as Don Richardson spoke in our chapel about his and other missionaries' experiences in the field. Blood-thirsty tribes in the deep jungle of Indonesia. People that burn women alive in cast-divided India. Communistic China. What do these diverse cultures have in common? Read the rest of this entry »
It's interesting to wonder why someone would take such a liking to the subject - recently some short essays on the matter were published by the man himself. So, we'll let his words speak for him.
Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Seminary
2011 is a big year for the King James Version Bible. Not only is it the 400th Anniversary, but Dr. Donald L. Brake, dean emeritus of Multnomah Biblical Seminary and avid Bible collector, will release two important books on the topic:
A Visual History of the King James Bible
A Royal Monument of English Literature: The King James Version 1611-2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary
Yesterday, Seminary professor Dr. Paul Louis Metzger was the guest on The Georgene Rice Show. She had him in to talk about his new book - a commentary on the Gospel of John titled "When Love Comes To Town".
The Book Read the rest of this entry »
A while back we stumbled across a
Q & A article at www.insidehighered.com with the author of a book about the increasingly close and connected relationship between parents and their college students. Among the topics discussed are the issues surrounding being close with children while also letting them grow up. It can be a tenuous balancing act. Toward the end of the article there are some decent tips that may help parents and students better navigate this stage in life together. Read the rest of this entry »
Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Missions, Students