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Monday
Apr152013

Tom Nees Social Justice Award

Congratulations to NTS student Jonathan Platter who has been selected as this year’s winner of the Tom Nees Social Justice Award for his paper titled, “The Trinity, Social Justice and the Missio Dei: A Trinitarian Construal of Agency, Treating Social Justice as Paradigmatic of Christian Action.” 

Platter will present his paper in an NTS Chapel on Tuesday April 16 at 10:30am.  All are welcome!

Download and read Platter’s winning paper. 

Dr. Tom Nees is widely recognized as the one who led the way in renewing the Church of the Nazarene’s understanding of its call to minister to and among those in need through the development of the Community of Hope in Washington D.C. Dr. Nees later served as Director of Mission Strategy for the Church of the Nazarene in the United States and Canada and as adjunct faculty for NTS, teaching urban ministry courses. The Nees lectureship and Nees Social Justice Award was made possible by NTS alumnus, Jim Copple, in 2008.

Wednesday
Apr102013

Corlett Sermon Series Preachers

Last week, 3 seniors preached in chapel as a part of the Corlett Sermon Series.  One of these will be selected by the NTS Faculty to preach their sermon at KC First Church of the Nazarene on the Sunday morning of commencement Sunday (May 12, 2013).

You can listen to the 3 sermons on our chapel page (click on the name of the preachers for the week of April 1). 

Tuesday
Mar192013

NTS Receives $400,000 Grant from Henry Luce Foundation

Nazarene Theological Seminary is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $400,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation. NTS was awarded a grant in the same amount by the Luce Foundation in 2009 in order to start a Global Consortium that includes NTS and seven global Nazarene graduate theological schools and seminaries. This consortium has, over the past 4 years, met on a number of occasions in order to find ways to share resources and develop collaborative programs.

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Sunday
Mar032013

NTS General Assembly Alumni & Friends Breakfast

Monday, June 24, 2013  |  6:45am
Indianapolis Convention Center: Sagamore Ballrooms 6 & 7

Please plan to join us!  You won’t want to miss out! 

  • Re-connect with former classmates, colleagues and friends.
  • Catch up with current and former faculty members. 
  • Enjoy a full, hot plated breakfast (no buffet lines to stand in!). 
  • Be a part of imagining new and active ways for the NTS Alumni Association to engage its members and increase partnerships between NTS and the local church. 
  • Hear firsthand an exciting announcement from NTS President David Busic; and listen to him share from his heart a new vision for the future of NTS.

Learn more…

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Tuesday
Feb262013

Personal Evangelism Lectures POSTPONED

Due to a variety of factors, the personal evangelism lectures (initially scheduled for March 5, 2013) have been postponed until spring 2014. 

Monday
Feb042013

The Seminarian Offering

For many years we have called it the Seminary Offering; this year we have a new name with a different focus. On January 27, 2013, we will introduce the SEMINARIAN OFFERING.

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Tuesday
Jan292013

NTS Hosts Dialogue on Theology & Economics

Made possible by generous funding from the Kern Foundation’s Oikonomia Network, Nazarene Theological Seminary hosted a dialogue led by Dr. Jeff Van Duzer on January 29, 2013 focused on the interface between Christians and the worlds of business, economics, and culture. Dr. Van Duzer is newly appointed Provost of Seattle Pacific University, having previously served as the Dean of the School of Business and Economics and Professor of Business Law and Ethics. For twenty years prior to his full-time association with the University, he practiced law in Seattle with an emphasis on finance and natural resources. He writes and speaks frequently in both church and professional settings, offering Christian perspectives on the worlds of business and economics.

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Wednesday
Jan162013

NTS Hosts NTC-Manchester Ph.D. Forums

NTS is pleased to announce that it will once again host the annual Ph.D. forums for Nazarene Theological College, Manchester. These forums will be held each day as noted below at 2:00pm in the NTS Library Conference Room. The schedule, including presenter and presentation name, is listed below.

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Monday
Jan142013

Theology & Economics Lecture & Lunch

NTS is hosting a lecture & luncheon on Theology & Economics on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, featuring Dr. Jeff Van Duzer, Dean and Professor of Business Law & Ethics at the School of Business & Economics at Seattle Pacific University.

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Thursday
Dec062012

MA(TS) Degree Now Available as a Fully Distance Program

Nazarene Theological Seminary is pleased to announce that its Master of Arts (Theological Studies) degree (MATS) is now available as a fully distance degree.* Students may earn this degree by taking courses online, via video-conference or by enrolling in a one- or two-week module course in Kansas City or at any of the Seminary’s multi-campus sites (Bethany, OK; Mount Vernon, OH; Nashville, TN; Quincy, MA).

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Monday
Dec032012

Mrs. Hazel Quick Honored by NTS

During a recent visit back to Bethany, OK, NTS President Dr. David Busic presented the Towel and Basin Award to Mrs. Hazel Quick. “The Towel and Basin award,” shared Busic, “is given to those who have passionately worked to advance the mission of NTS. Hazel Quick—along with her family—is a tireless ambassador for our Seminary. Her investment will continue to bear fruit for future generations of ministers.”

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Tuesday
Nov132012

Brad Moore Honored with Towel and Basin Award

During the fall meeting of the Nazarene Theological Seminary Board of Trustees, President David Busic presented Trustee member Dr. Brad Moore with the Towel and Basin Award.

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Friday
Oct262012

NTS classes now offered in Central, South America

Nazarene Theological Seminary delivered the first of four Doctor of Ministry seminars at Seminario Nazareno de las Americas (SENDAS) in San Jose, Costa Rica. One other seminar will be taught in Costa Rica with the other two being delivered at the Seminario Teológico Nazareno Sudamericano in Quito, Ecuador.

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Friday
Oct192012

Plantinga Pauw Delivers Lectures at NTS

Amy Plantinga Pauw, the Henry P. Mobley Jr. Professor of Doctrinal Theology at Louisville Seminary, delivered the Grider-Winget Lectures in Theology at Nazarene Theological Seminary earlier this month. The topics were “Why We Need a Wisdom Ecclesiology,” “Proverbs and the Church’s Creaturely Calling,” and “Ecclesiastes’ Word to the Missional Church.”

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Wednesday
Oct172012

NTS to Offer Courses for MDiv at Eastern Nazarene College

This week, Nazarene Theological Seminary (NTS) received approval from the state of Massachusetts to offer courses for its Master of Divinity Degree (MDiv) at Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) in Quincy, MA. As such, ENC will become the fourth school to partner with NTS in its Multi-Campus Seminary initiative. “We are excited to begin this partnership with Eastern Nazarene College,” shared NTS President Dr. David Busic. “We believe it will have a significant impact on the preparation of ministry leaders on the ENC region for years to come.”

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Wednesday
Sep192012

New Cohort of 365m Students Sent Out to Minister

Nazarene Theological Seminary’s cross-cultural, mentored internship program 365m is currently accepting student applications for the 2013-2014 academic year. Cohorts are being formed for New Zealand, Ireland, Northern Ireland (U.K.), Bulgaria, and New York City (U.S.).

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Friday
Aug312012

NTS Welcomes Dr. Terence Fretheim as Benner/Earle Visiting Scholar

NTS welcomed renowned Old Testament Scholar Dr. Terence Fretheim as the Benner/Earle Visiting Scholar during the Seminary’s 2-week intensive modules this fall. Professor Fretheim, the Elva B. Lowell Professor of Old Testament at Luther Seminary, co-taught an exegetical course on the book of Genesis with NTS Professor of Old Testament Dr. Joseph Coleson.

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Tuesday
Aug142012

New Website for Wynkoop Center for Women in Ministry

Nazarene Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the launch of the revised and expanded website for the Wynkoop Center for Women in Ministry. Note the new web address: wcwim.org. Readers can also access the site via the home page of the NTS website at nts.edu.

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Monday
Aug062012

NTS Hosts Nazarene Global Consortium

This week, NTS was privileged to host a meeting of the presidents and academic deans from the schools that make up the Nazarene Global Consortium of Graduate Schools of Theology. The consortium’s purpose is to connect Nazarene seminaries by optimizing the global resources available for theological education. This very unique partnership includes Africa Nazarene University (Kenya), Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (Philippines), Korea Nazarene University (South Korea), Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane (Australia), Nazarene Theological College, Manchester (England), Seminario Nazareno de las Americas (Costa Rica), and Nazarene Theological Seminary (Kansas City; USA). Funding for the consortium is provided through a generous grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.

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Friday
Jul062012

NTS Celebrates Historic Ruling from Association of Theological Schools

Nazarene Theological Seminary (NTS) is pleased to announce the receipt of an historic ruling from its accrediting agency, the Association of Theological Schools (ATS).

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