Year: 2023

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In Perspective: Old Testament God vs. New Testament God

Have you ever wondered why there seem to be opposing depictions of God in the Old Testament versus God in the New Testament? Our panelists confront the apparent disparate images of God, which sometimes cause people to wonder if this is the same God. Gain a deeper understanding of who God is. Event Details Date:…

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VIDEO: Black History Celebration

In honor of Black History Month and the legacy and memory of Dr. Felix Gilbert, family and friends of Dr. Gilbert and the Seminary, as well as students, faculty, and staff, gathered on February 21 to celebrate, worship God, and learn from His Word. The worship team from Restoration Christian Fellowship led the community in…

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A Different Way of Doing Church

In this alumni spotlight episode of Engage360, David Swenson, MA in Theology, co-founder of Thrive Tutoring and co-pastor of Coram Deo, shares about the way his team has built their church centered around communities of small groups of people in close relationship with one another with a focus on developing leaders. He also discusses being…

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The Role of Humor and Mindfulness in Childhood Development

Is humor some of the best medicine when it comes to raising children today? It’s no secret that children live with a lot stress and anxiety. In Engage360 episode 108, “The Role of Humor and Mindfulness in Childhood Development,” Amy Craig—Denver Seminary alumna, adjunct professor of Counseling, and owner and operator of her own private…

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Faculty Publications Winter 2023

Below are recent publications from some of Denver Seminary’s faculty members. Dr. J.D. Kim Assistant Director, DMin Korean Studies Program, Adjunct Professor of Theology  Constructing a Mediating Theology: Affirming the Impassibility and the Passibility of the Triune God  This book is part of the series of the Studies in the Doctrine of God: Exploring Classical and…

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Denver Seminary Celebrates Black History Month with Dr. Ralph Douglas West, Feb. 21

Join Denver Seminary’s Urban Initiative to recognize the profound contributions of influential Black voices and to celebrate Black History Month, with Dr. Ralph Douglas West, Feb. 21, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Denver Seminary and via livestream. Register for this free event. West began preaching when he was 16 years old. Today, he is widely recognized…

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Secularism and the Importance of Religious Freedom

In Christian communities, secularism and religious freedom can often seem to be negative concepts. Dr. Michael Bird, author of Religious Freedom in a Secular Age, theologian, and academic dean and lecturer in New Testament at Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia, believes Christians should embrace these ideas due to our calling to love our neighbors. In…

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The Faithful Reading of Scripture

Dr. Ryan Tafilowski, assistant professor of Theology Originally published in Engage Magazine, Fall 2022 When I was young, I was an obsessive baseball fan. I followed my favorite team, but I was also a student of the game’s history. I came of age during the steroid era, so you can imagine my delight as baseball’s…

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Denver Seminary Receives a Grant of $100,000 for Counseling Scholarships from the Windgate Foundation

Denver Seminary has received a renewed grant of $100,000 from the Windgate Foundation to provide scholarships for students pursuing their Master of Arts in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary. The Windgate Counseling Scholarship is awarded to full-time students with demonstrated financial needs pursuing a career in counseling. This multi-year award provides scholarships…

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Theological Education Between the Times: Hope

In The Hope of the Gospel: Theological Education and the Next Evangelicalism (2022), author Mark Young, PhD, explores the ways evangelicalism has lost its identity. The president of Denver Seminary, Young writes that seminaries can help revitalize the mission that once fueled and unified the Evangelical Movement….