BJA Announces New Office Manager

The Brethren Journal Association (BJA) announces that Tony Price of New Madison, Ohio, has been hired as the office manager for Brethren Life & Thought. He began his duties September 5 at

Bethany Commemorates Twenty-Five Years in Richmond

During the 2019-20 academic year, Bethany Theological Seminary is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary as part of the Richmond, Indiana, community. To mark the occasion, the Seminary is hosting an open house for the public from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Peace Church Seminaries Form Cross-Registration Partnership

Bethany Theological Seminary, Earlham School of Religion (ESR), and Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) have entered into an open cross-registration agreement. This is the first collaborative effort of its kind among seminaries of the three Historic Peace Church traditions:

Bethany Welcomes New International Scholar in Residence

Dr. Nyampa Kwabe, currently of Plateau State, Nigeria, is serving as international scholar in residence at Bethany Theological Seminary during the fall 2019 semester. An Old Testament scholar, he is currently acting

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New Master’s Degree Highlights Revised Curriculum

In fall 2019 Bethany Theological Seminary will offer its first new graduate degree in fifty years—the master of arts: theopoetics and writing (MATW). This degree is a major feature of the comprehensive curriculum revision that Bethany faculty have

New Staff Hired

Dylan Higgs of Fishers, Indiana, has been hired as director of instructional design, to begin July 8, 2019. In this new position at the Seminary, Higgs will support faculty and students

Bethany Remembers President Warren Groff

Warren F. Groff, the fifth president of Bethany Theological Seminary, died Sunday, June 23, 2019. During his career in ministry and higher education, he was characterized as a “perceptive scholar, careful administrator, ardent churchman, skillful wordsmith, and devoted family