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Two Hebrew students selected for research trip in Israel

Written on March 28th, 2017 by
Categories: Faculty, Feature, 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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Global ministry trends and issues, part 8: Mission training in the 21st century

Written on October 6th, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Missions, Press Releases, Programs, Students
A few years ago I was invited to consult on a mission and development project that was focused on caring for at-risk kids. As I approached the residential group home where several dozen young people were being cared for, I couldn’t help but notice the despair in the eyes of the mission volunteers and caretakers of the children. Continue Reading »
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Hebrew professor and students to present Dead Sea Scrolls fragments and findings on Oct. 10

Written on September 29th, 2016 by
Categories: Events, General, Seminary, Students

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dr. Karl Kutz, a Multnomah University professor, and a number of his students will present their recently published research on several Dead Sea Scrolls fragments at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10, at Multnomah University. In addition, the Museum of the Bible from Washington, D.C. will bring the fragments themselves for an exhibit in the university’s upper library. Continue Reading »

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New biology professor integrates faith and science

Written on September 21st, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Press Releases, Programs

For the true scientist, faith is something that must be simultaneously held at arm’s length and embraced. Being in a field where knowledge is tested, retested and tested again forces the scientist to stand at a certain distance from what he or she knows. Some scientists who are perched in that place see faith as a distraction, or at worst a limitation. Some, however, see their faith as precisely the force that gives them courage to delve fearlessly into the mysteries of life. Dr. Sarah Gall, chair of the biology department at MU, is this latter type of scientist. Continue Reading »

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Focus on the Provider. Not the problem.

Written on September 1st, 2016 by
Categories: Alumni, Pray For MU, Students
You’re probably familiar with a certain miracle God did through Elijah in 1 Kings. But maybe, like me, it’s been a while since you’ve thought about the connection this story has to your life. Continue Reading »
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MA TESOL students run Bible camp in Japan

Written on August 31st, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Missions, Programs, Students
This month, a team of MA TESOL students and professors led an English Bible camp for college, high school, junior high and elementary students in Kobe, Japan. Continue Reading »