Biblical and theological studies news
High school students are invited to participate in the third annual Living Your Faith, a one-week campus experience hosted by Northwestern College June 23–28.
Northwestern College’s Living Your Faith (LYF), a youth theology camp for high school students, has received two grants to extend the impact of the program.
Two Northwestern professors, Dr. Jennifer Feenstra, psychology, and Dr. John Vonder Bruegge, biblical and theological studies, recently presented at the National Collegiate Honors Council’s annual conference in Boston.
Dr. John Hubers, associate professor of biblical and theological studies and director of global education at Northwestern College, was one of the speakers during the Founders Week celebration at New Brunswick Theological Seminary in New Jersey on Oct. 5.
Nine Northwestern College professors will conduct research and pursue further study this summer with funding from the Northwestern College Scholarship Grants program.
Northwestern College has approved a redesigned worship arts major to prepare students for careers in planning and leading worship for churches or parachurch organizations.
The scholarly work of 93 Northwestern College undergraduate and graduate students will be on display during the college’s Celebration of Research on Thursday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Rowenhorst Student Center.
Twenty-four Northwestern College academic programs are listed in the 2018 edition of Rugg’s Recommendations on the Colleges, a national guidebook that recommends specific college departments to prospective students.
High school students are invited to participate in the second annual Living Your Faith (LYF), a one-week campus experience hosted by Northwestern College June 24–29.
Dr. Cambria Kaltwasser, assistant professor of religion at Northwestern College, presented a paper at the Los Angeles Theology Conference on Jan. 19, held at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif.