Elmer A. Martens, President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at MB Biblical Seminary, has written commentary on the biblical text of Jeremiah and Lamentations for Cornerstone Biblical Commentary’s 600 page volume. In addition Martens' 1986 commentary on Jeremiah, for the Believers Church Bible Commentary series, has just been reprinted.
In November, MB Biblical Seminary’s Langley Campus and the Canadian conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches hosted representatives from each of the six denominations that partner to form ACTS (Associated Canadian Theological Schools). Denominational Leaders Day at Trinity Western University has become an annual event, and at this year’s meeting, leaders discussed the results of a survey that had been sent out prior to November 30th, to promote discussion on preaching depth.
How do you keep over 1,500 alumni, from three campuses, who span the globe, connected and invested in MB Biblical Seminary as well as resourced in their ministry and linked with each other? MB Biblical Seminary’s answer is Regional Alumni Associations.
Regional Alumni Associations exist to bring alumni in specific regions into closer relationship with each other, with current Seminary personnel and students, through activities and various forms of communication for the purposes of prayer, encouragement and support.
Langley, BC – Trinity Western University is pleased to announce that Ronald W. Toews has been appointed to the combined position of Principal for ACTS Seminaries and Associate Vice President of Graduate Theological Studies.
As a doctoral student in Montreal, Pierre Gilbert researched and wrote on the use of the curse in prophetic literature. This initial interest, and further pastoral experience, has turned into years of developing a biblical worldview which addresses a culture enthralled by magic, superstition and spiritism.
MB Biblical Seminary’s Fresno Campus will offer courses on terrorism and disaster as well as Christian community development during the week of October 8-12.
Eye of the Storm, taught October 8-11 by Col. Les Hyder, DMin, and MB Biblical Seminary faculty member David Bruce Rose, PhD, examines the theological and psychological factors involved in our response to terrorism and disaster as a church, culture, and society. This course is appropriate for pastors, ministry leaders, and mental health professionals.
MB Biblical Seminary has campuses located in Fresno, CA; Langley, BC; and Winnipeg, MB. Now we are excited to announce the August launch of Degree from a Distance, a Master of Arts program for Midwestern students, based out of the Fresno, CA campus.
For six weeks this summer MB Biblical Seminary and Columbia Bible College joined together with two churches, Willow Park Church and Kelowna Gospel Fellowship, to offer Unlocking the Riches of John’s Gospel, a credit course taught by MB Biblical Seminary professor Raymond Bystrom. This was the first time the two institutions had partnered with churches to offer a course.