Engage Your World
At Denver Seminary we educate the whole person. In order to meaningfully contribute to the mission of God, believers must become more Christ-like in every dimension of life. The educational experience at Denver Seminary challenges students to grow spiritually, intellectually, relationally, and professionally. We are committed to creating an intentional and transformational educational approach that integrates academic rigor, personal mentoring, spiritual formation, professional competence, and field-based learning.
900+ students representing over 50 denominations
Serving with 6,000+ alumni around the world
Firmly rooted in Scripture and biblical faith
Committed to charitable orthodoxy
in Denver, Washington DC, and fully online
Denver Seminary News
The Future of EvangelicalismAn interview with Dr. Walter Kim, President of the National Association of EvangelicalsEdited by Jessica Schroeder and Andrea Weyand In a cultural context in which the term “evangelical”… Read More The Future of Evangelicalism
The Next EvangelicalismDenver Seminary President Dr. Mark Young Founded in 1950, Denver Seminary has been at the center of the evangelical movement for over 70 years. Dr. Vernon Grounds, who… Read More The Next Evangelicalism
Denver Seminary Continues to Grow, Adding Three Faculty Members in JulyLittleton, Colo—Three new faculty members joined Denver Seminary as of July 1, 2022. Dr. Elizabeth Meier Thornton, assistant professor of Counseling; Dr. Darlene Seal, assistant professor New Testament;… Read More Denver Seminary Continues to Grow, Adding Three Faculty Members in July
Below are recent publications from some of Denver Seminary’s faculty members. Craig Blomberg, PhDProfessor Emeritus
Weariness in ministry is not new to the Church. The writer of Hebrews admonishes God’s
051-Hour Virtual Information Session
If you are a prospective student, we invite you to attend one of our virtual information sessions. Get an inside look into seminary life as
09Fall Graduates Recognition
This celebration event is a time to honor December 2022 graduates and all their accomplishments. Students are encouraged to invite family and friends to join
16Last Day of Classes – Fall 2022
The last day of classes for the fall 2022 semester is December 16.
02Intersession 2023 Begins
Today is the first day of 2023 intersession classes.
16Martin Luther King Day
There are no classes today in honor of Martin Luther King Day.