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Alumnus Paul J. Pastor releases “The Listening Day”

Written on May 26th, 2017 by
Categories: Alumni, Books, Feature, Media
MU alum Paul Pastor has released volume one of his new book series entitled “The Listening Day: Meditations On The Way” (Zeal Books, 2017). “The Listening Day” is a collection of 90 devotional readings to help readers enter God’s passionate invitation to know him today. It will release in multiple volumes throughout 2017-18, and then be collected with bonus material and readings into a single year-long devotional. Continue Reading »
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Two Hebrew students selected for research trip in Israel

Written on March 28th, 2017 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Press Releases, Programs, Seminary, Students, Theology
Multnomah seminary students Chad Woodward and Alyssa Schmid will embark on a one-of-a-kind research excursion this summer in Israel. The two Hebrew students will partake in several archaeological digs, take various tours of the Holy Land and learn about Israel’s history from the Bronze and Iron Ages up through the modern day. Continue Reading »
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Redesigned programs offer greater flexibility to seminary students

Written on March 23rd, 2017 by
Categories: Seminary, Students
Multnomah University is redesigning its seminary degrees to help students balance the academic demands of the programs with the responsibilities of everyday life. The changes, which involve reducing the number of required credits to earn MA and MDiv degrees, will take effect in fall 2017. Continue Reading »
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Who was Saint Patrick?

Written on March 17th, 2017 by
Categories: General

In honor of today’s holiday, History Department Chair Dr. Daniel Scalberg shares some little known history behind Saint Patrick. 

Americans are famous for secularizing and refitting for commercial purposes religious holidays. Christmas and Easter immediately come to mind as days that carry little resemblance to their former Christian penitential and sacred associations and are now more suited as materialistic seasons during which we are encouraged to purchase items for personal pleasure.  Continue Reading »

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Multnomah University launches six-year Doctor of Chiropractic program

Written on March 15th, 2017 by
Categories: General, Press Releases, Programs, Students
MU is teaming up with University of Western States to offer an accelerated program that allows students to earn a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in six years. The program involves three years of biology at Multnomah and three years of study at UWS, saving students an entire year of academic work and tuition compared to the traditional DC route Continue Reading »
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MU celebrates second annual Encouragement Week

Written on March 13th, 2017 by
Categories: Events, Faculty, Students
This week is officially the mid-semester mark. That means students will be surrounded by study guides, lecture notes, and textbooks as they prepare for mid-term tests and projects. That is why last week was a great time for some extra encouragement from MU faculty and staff. Continue Reading »