Today we are launching the latest issue of Pro Pastor: A Journal of Grace Bible Theological Seminary! The Fall 2023 edition of Pro Pastor (Vol. 2, No. 2) features the doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture applied to all major theological disciplines. Joining our GBTS faculty for this issue are two esteemed contributors, New Testament […]
CONWAY, Ark. – On Thursday, October 5, 2023, Grace Bible Theological Seminary was granted accredited member status by the Association of Reformed Theological Seminaries (ARTS). GBTS joins a collegial association of like-minded seminaries who aim to connect the academy to the church for the glory of Christ. Member seminaries affirm Scripture as the inerrant Word […]
GBTS Provost and Research Professor of Theology Owen Strachan has released a new book, The War on Men: Why Society Hates Them and Why We Need Them (Salem Books). GBTS staff reached out to Dr. Strachan with questions about his new volume that is currently the #1 bestseller on Amazon in the category of Christian […]
CONWAY, Ark.—Earlier this month, 40-year veteran seminary professor Bruce Ware conducted the first annual faculty workshop for the faculty of Grace Bible Theological Seminary. Ware serves as the T. Rupert and Lucille Coleman Professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Session 1 of the training consisted of Ware’s presentation, […]
The GBTS faculty is a publishing group of theologians! GBTS Professor of Pastoral Theology Scott Aniol recently released Musing on God’s Music: Forming Hearts of Praise with the Psalms (G3 Press), and Associate Professor of Missions Ryan Bush issued his compilation book Gospel Portions (Free Grace Press). GBTS staff reached out to both professors with […]
CONWAY, Ark. – On May 11, 2023, Grace Bible Theological Seminary sponsored a special presentation and interview with faculty member and seasoned apologist, Dr. James White, hosted by Grace Bible Church of Conway. For years White has emphasized the pressing need for Christian academic institutions and evangelical scholars to hear the apostle Paul’s caution in […]
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