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 […]
In a merry season of faculty appointments at Grace Bible Theological Seminary, we are delighted to announce our final one of 2021: Ryan Bush, Associate Professor of Missions. Dr. Bush completed a Ph.D. in Missions from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. He completed an M.Div. in Missiology and Intercultural Studies from MABTS as well. Dr. Bush […]
On behalf of Grace Bible Church and Grace Bible Theological Seminary, I am thrilled to announce Dr. Owen Strachan as our new Provost and Research Professor of Theology. For the last two years, we have been in careful prayer that God would fill this role with a man after our theological convictions and our heart […]
By Cole Dixon The studies of the seminary student are no light things. The responsibilities of the average student include hours of reading (mindless reading doesn’t get you anywhere in this world), numerous classes, research papers, theological discussion forums, modules, and summer intensives, all while usually working a full-time job. Efficiency comes at a high […]
To many, Dr. James White needs no introduction. But for those who don’t know him, he is a world-renowned apologist who serves as the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than twenty books, a professor, a pastor, and an accomplished debater, […]
Chris Johnson The book Finding the Right Hills to Die on by Gavin Ortlund was provided for free by Crossway to GBTS in an exchange for an honest review. God has placed my family and I upon a path featuring an unusual motley of Christian traditions throughout the years. I was raised an Arminian Baptist, […]
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