At Grace Bible Theological Seminary, the Lord has provided tremendous growth in our programs once again this year, including steady progress in our pursuit of accreditation with the Association of Reformed Theological Seminaries (ARTS). ARTS was formed in 1999 and represents the very best of theological education. Its member institutions are seminaries which are committed […]
At GBTS, on this Reformation Day, we are thankful for the labors of faithful men in ages past! A limited number of print copies of Pro Pastor 1.1 have arrived. To celebrate Reformation Day, the first 5 people to send their name and mailing address to info(at)gbtseminary(dot)org will get a copy! The response to the launch of our inaugural […]
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Pro Pastor: A Journal of Grace Bible Theological Seminary! Our intention is to produce theological content in a format that will be accessible and inviting to pastors, missionaries, and laypeople. The average academic journal article in our day gets read by less than ten people, usually by […]
CONWAY, Ark. – James White, Professor of Apologetics and Church History at GBTS, conducted a three-day on-campus intensive course, Early Church History, September 29-October 1 at Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway, Arkansas. White is the Director of Alpha and Omega Ministries in Phoenix, Arizona, and a prominent debater. White led students on a journey from […]
CONWAY, Ark. – Grace Bible Theological Seminary celebrated its Fall 2022 Convocation on Thursday, September 8, with residential students attending in person and distance students participating online via livestream. The theme of the evening was “Awesome God, Humble Men” and featured charges by GBTS board member Jimmy Fetterly, faculty member Rob Davis, President Jeff Johnson, […]
Scott Aniol, Professor of Practical Theology at GBTS and Executive Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of G3 Ministries, conducted a 4-day on-campus intensive course, Theology of Worship, at Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway, Arkansas, on August 10-13. Aniol taught students the biblical basis for corporate worship, theological principles for God’s people joining in song, and the need […]
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