Nov 20, 2013
Pastor Caleb Kaltenbach (M.A. '07) makes local headlines after he challenged Costco for labeling Bibles in their stores as fiction. "I believe that we do need to stand up for our faith and we need to be vocal about our concerns,” explained Kaltenbach.
In Spring 2017, Biola University’s Talbot School of Theology will offer a new track within the Doctor of Ministry program titled, “Heart, Mind & Soul.” The specialty track gives an opportunity to individuals who work in full-time ministry positions to refine their abilities to better serve their congregation.
Biola University professors William Lane Craig and J.P. Moreland were named two of the most influential living philosophers this month in the article, “The 50 Most Influential Living Philosophers,” published on the website, The Best Schools.
The two-year process by the Association of Theological Schools is concluding in the spring.
Dean Clint Arnold, and his son Jeff Arnold co-wrote the new book: “Short Answers to Big Questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity”
Clint Arnold, dean of Talbot School of Theology, and his son, alumnus Jeff Arnold (’08), both have a heart for sharing Christ. A few years ago, they realized a need for an easy-to-read book answering some of the most common questions asked in Christian ministry and evangelism. After three years of hard work, Arnold and Jeff, a high school English teacher, released their book, “Short Answers to Big Questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity,” in September.
Dr. Joseph Hellerman, Talbot Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, recently released a new commentary on the Greek text of Philippians.
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