Four seminary students selected for two-week internship in Oxford

Written on May 13th, 2015 by
Categories: Faculty, Feature, Seminary, Students, Theology
Four seminary students have been selected to attend the Logos Conference, a two-week internship in Oxford sponsored by the Green Scholars Initiative (GSI). Only students working on GSI projects were invited to apply for the summer conference, where world-renowned academic experts will teach them history, theology and textual studies. Continue Reading »

Striking the right chord: Music program brings students, listeners closer to God

Written on February 16th, 2015 by
Categories: Students
Learn more about this major and watch the video. Continue Reading »

MU’s Torah unrolls new learning opportunities for community

Written on February 6th, 2015 by
Categories: Events, Press Releases, Students
Thursday dawned wet and dreary, but it might as well have been Christmas for MU’s Hebrew department. As soon as people filed into the JCA Student Center that morning, they saw the reason: A 16th-century Torah scroll lay partially unfurled on stage, offering the crowd an enticing glimpse into the rich history of biblical transmission work. Continue Reading »

MU’s annual Global Ministries Conference Spotlights International Impact of Storytelling

Written on February 5th, 2015 by
Categories: Events, Students
MU student and GMC volunteer Olivia Morud tells us what to expect from the University's 75th Global Ministries Conference. Continue Reading »

MU is celebrating the donation of a rare Torah scroll — and you’re invited

Written on January 27th, 2015 by
Categories: Chapel, Events, Students
The 16th-century scroll will connect students to the rich heritage of biblical translation work. Everyone is welcome to attend the dedication chapel and colloquium on February 5, 2015. Continue Reading »

DCP student Michael Watson: ‘This program is above and beyond what I expected’

Written on January 22nd, 2015 by
Categories: Students
Watson just wanted to finish his degree before he turned 30. But once he began his classes, the biblical foundations major realized he was going to learn more than he ever imagined. Continue Reading »