Brethren Life & Thought Vol 55 No 1 and 2 (Winter/Spring 2010)

The cover date is Winter and Spring 2010, yet this volume mailed to subscribers on April 20, 2011.  This volume is a themed issue, which was part of the reason for the delay.  Since this issue considers the topic

Brethren Life & Thought Vol 55 No 3&4 (Summer/Fall 2010)

This issue features a cluster of articles on the topic of technology. Arthur Boers of Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, Canada; Dan Ulrich from Bethany Theological Seminary in Richmond, Indiana; and Shane Hipps, now at Mars Hill Bible Church in

Steven Schweitzer

Biographical Sketch:
I have had an eclectic spiritual journey on my way to becoming Brethren. I was born into an observant Catholic family, my parents joined the Assembly of God when I was in 8th grade. Through high school and

Denise Kettering-Lane

Biographical Sketch:
I serve as the Associate Professor of Brethren Studies and Director of the MA Program at Bethany. I received a BA in Religion from Ashland University in Ohio and a Masters in Theological Studies from Candler School of

“The Chronicler” Webcast

Three Old Testament scholars share information, ideas, and insights on the book of Chronicles in this ninety-minute presentation sponsored by the Brethren Academy for Ministerial Leadership.

The Chronicler – October 26, 2010

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Vol. 58 No. 2 (Fall 2013)

This issue includes articles on a wide variety of topics. “‘Battle Ground’ Peaches: Dunkers on the Gettysburg Battlefield,” written by Steve Longenecker, is the third in a series of papers presented over the five-year

Remembering a Friend and Colleague

The Bethany Seminary community was deeply saddened this week to hear of the passing of an alumna, fellow staff member, and good friend, Tracy A. Primozich. We share in the grief of many throughout the denomination who knew Tracy

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Daniel W. Ulrich

Biographical Sketch

Dan’s love for the Bible began early while growing up in a family and church that emphasized Jesus’ call to love neighbors and seek peace. Intercultural experiences, including a year of undergraduate study in Barcelona, Spain, helped broaden and