Dr. Tamisha Tyler Named Bethany’s First Louisville Institute Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Tamisha Tyler will join the faculty of Bethany Theological Seminary as a Louisville Institute Postdoctoral Fellow for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 academic years.

Dr. Tyler earned a PhD in Theology and Culture from Fuller Seminary this year. She earned

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Bethany Celebrates the Class of 2022

Bethany Theological Seminary will honor its Class of 2022 graduates during an Academic Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 7, 2022, at 10 a.m. (Eastern time) in Nicarry Chapel. 

The featured speaker at the ceremony will be the

Sam Locke Named Executive Director for Institutional Advancement

Bethany Theological Seminary has named Sam Locke as executive director of institutional advancement following a national search.  

Locke joins the Seminary from Indiana Legal Services, a nonprofit law firm based in Indianapolis that provides free legal

International Scholar in Residence

Dr. Dauda Gava has joined Bethany as visiting international scholar-in-residence during the Spring Semester, 2022.

Dr. Gava is provost of Kulp Theological Seminary in Jos, Nigeria, and a Pauline scholar. He previously collaborated with Dr. Dan

Bethany Theological Seminary Announces New Faculty Member in Peace Studies

Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Elwell will join Bethany Theological Seminary this fall as Assistant Professor of Peace Studies. Chosen from an international search, Elwell comes to Bethany from the University of

$1.2 Million Gift from the Estate of David and Jane Wood

Bethany Theological Seminary has received a gift of $1.2 million from the estate of the late David Thomas Wood and Jane Merchant Wood of Boones Mill, Virginia. Their gift is one of the largest estate gifts in the 116-year

Seeking Racial Justice

Bethany Theological Seminary is continuing its multifaceted efforts to pursue racial justice. The foundation of this work is a framework created in 2019 which was designed to intentionally confront racial hierarchy, implicit bias, and systemic racism. This approach grew

Bethany Seeks Peace Studies Faculty Member

Bethany Theological Seminary has launched a national search for a new faculty member to teach Peace Studies, along with a secondary area of emphasis in support of the Seminary’s educational mission.

Rank is open and candidates with

Remembering Dr. Dale Brown

Dr. Dale Weaver Brown, 95, professor emeritus of history and theology at Bethany, died August 30, 2021. 

A member of the Bethany faculty from 1962-1994, Dr. Brown taught courses on Bonhoeffer, Brethren theology and history, and peacemaking, among other

Bethany Launches New Academic Year 

As the 2021-22 academic year begins, 32 new degree-seeking students are expected to join the innovative learning community of Bethany Theological Seminary.

Offering both in-person and distance learning options, the Seminary attracts students from across the U.S. as well as Nigeria, where the Seminary has built a