Category Archives: Higher Education

CFA: Ph.D. Positions in Analytic Theology

The University of Innsbruck has two fully funded vacancies for doctoral students interested in analytic theology, particularly the investigation into classical theism or personal and non-personal characterizations of God. Details can be found here. Deadline for application packets: January 15, … Continue reading

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Six Full-Fee PhD Scholarships Available with New Logos Institute

The University of St. Andrews, with generous funding from the John Templeton Foundation, has recently founded the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology. With that comes the announcement of six available positions for doctoral students with full funding for … Continue reading

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Review: Called To Be Saints: An Invitation to Christian Maturity by Gordon T. Smith

Gordon T. Smith, Called To Be Saints: An Invitation to Christian Maturity (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2014), 256 pages. Amazon | IVP Thank you to IVP Academic for providing a review copy. The title caught my attention — Called To Be … Continue reading

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The Defense before THE Defense: The Lowdown on First Year Proposal Defenses

For beginning PhD students here at Wheaton, the end of the first year is a landmark on several levels. First of all, between seminars, coursework, living adjustments, and the overwhelming nature of trying to figure out what doctoral work is … Continue reading

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Still Changing Lives: A Tribute to a Wheaton Graduate, Dr. Howard Hendricks

It was one of those books that had you at “hello.” The first line of the preface read, “With the kind of start I had in life, I’m sure I could have soon died and gone to hell and nobody … Continue reading

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Wheaton Welcomes Marc Cortez!

Wheaton College announced that Marc Cortez (PhD. St. Andrews) will be joining the graduate faculty in theology this fall (here is his own announcement). Dr. Cortez hails from the Pacific Northwest, where he currently serves as professor and academic dean … Continue reading

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Did your Sunday school teacher ‘get it right’?

Emerging adults have a special talent for critique. At 35, I’m probably not a “young adult” any more, but I well remember those heady days in college where I measured everything against my new-found knowledge of the Bible. Pity the … Continue reading

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