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Students Skip Class to Serve Portland

Written on April 17th, 2014 by
Categories: Events, Faculty, Feature, Students
Once every spring and fall, students volunteer at several locations in the Portland community, including nonprofits, nursing homes, schools and community centers. MU cancels classes for the day so students can devote their whole morning to service. Continue Reading »
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A God of Surprises: How the Lord Reminds Us of His Holiness

Written on January 1st, 2014 by
Categories: Faculty

Dr. Roy Andrews, Academic Dean of MU's seminary, shares how being taken off guard broke him out of a relational rut with His Creator.

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Mission of Multnomah: Equipping Minds, Strengthening Hearts

Written on December 23rd, 2013 by
Categories: Faculty, Students

Dean of Students, Jon Mathis, shares  MU's unique approach to building a compassionate community.  Continue Reading »

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What Multnomah Believes: Beyond Rudderless Faith and Rigid Formulas

Written on December 16th, 2013 by
Categories: Students, Theology

Dr. Paul Louis Metzger, MU's Professor of Christian Theology & Theology of Culture, answers the question: "Where does Multnomah University stand theologically?"

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Multnomah Education Provides Solid Foundation for This Fall’s Graduates

Written on December 10th, 2013 by
Categories: Students

Last Friday, 58 students walked across the graduation stage and received their diploma. Graduation was held at Central Bible Church on NE Glisan.

We sat down for a little Q & A with several outstanding graduates to hear more about their time at Multnomah and the impact it’s had on them.
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Professor Teams Up with Students to Translate Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment

Written on December 3rd, 2013 by
Categories: Programs

Multnomah University students and faculty are taking their study of Scripture to a whole new level.

Professor Karl Kutz has been chosen by the Green Scholars Initiative to translate a fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls with four of his students. It’s the first time the piece has been given any scholarly attention or critical analysis. Continue Reading »