Moving to campus and immersing yourself in a holistic experience shows you are serious about your training and that you have set apart this season for something special.
Ministry is increasingly complex. We live in a zany world. The culture is imploding, ethical quandaries abound, our church members need, and will need, more from their ministers, not less.
To read the Old Testament is to encounter many new areas of knowledge that might appear tangential or skippable.
My sinful heart might crave omniscience, but a good and loving God will never give it to me.
If left to make the decision again, you should know I’d be turning in my application and renting a moving truck before you finish reading this sentence.
FTC.co asks Nathan Finn, Dean of The School of Theology and Missions at Union University, "Why should Christians consider theological education?"
Is complementarity–male leadership in the home and church, especially–a matter of gifting, or a matter of essence?
Here's one lesson taught through education: it is okay to be dim in the sunlight. We need our heroes, but any of us can please God and be used significantly by him even with average abilities.
If you want to consider theological education, you must first consider if you are in Christ at all.
The truth of God is a gateway to paradise.
Let your academic study and writing become a spiritual discipline through which you are able to behold the wonders of our God.
Academic prowess and a devotional posture ought not be detached from one another. In chapel services, thinking and feeling meld together.
Here are five areas to take a long, hard look at before making a committment to pursue seminary training for the next three to four years of your life.
Some seminarians think they can just convince others of truth, and they’ll obviously get on board with God.