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Theological Education

With plenary sessions examining and celebrating the role of women in ministry, the Baptist International Conference on Theological Education held earlier this month drew some 200 participants. […] Read More

Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond has closed its doors. During its long, tumultuous 30-year run, one image has consistently reflected the Virginia seminary. A servant’s towel. […] Read More

The trends in theological education don’t paint an inspiring picture for women when you focus on the numbers alone, but they aren’t the full story. Here are 6 reasons we must keep educating women for ordained ministry. […] Read More

Women’s leadership in the church has grown rapidly over the last few decades. However, for women, the pace of growth in theological education has slowed significantly. Check out these 8 trends. […] Read More

If the moderate-to-progressive Baptist movement is to continue, the next generation needs to be given opportunities to shine. EthicsDaily is committed to working with partners seeking to engage and empower those Baptists. […] Read More

With the news that Baptist Theological Seminary in Richmond will close, are Cooperative Baptist Fellowship members and entities committed to strengthening the remaining schools? Maybe. […] Read More

The Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond announced Tuesday that it would close after nearly 30 years, a decision resulting from a continuing trend of declining enrollment and funding challenges. […] Read More

Bivocational ministry is emerging as a necessity for many churches and denominations, but most theological institutions still focus on full-time church ministry and mostly ignore other ministry models. […] Read More

We live in an increasingly complex and interdependent world. Yet, as M. Scott Peck illustrates in “The Road Less Traveled and Beyond,” the human mind continues its proclivity for simplistic answers and explanations. In the process of posing and then discrediting each possible solution for building a better, more caring world, we fail to notice […] Read More

Much talk about the state of the local church today is negative. As some look at declining attendance and giving statistics, they wonder if the church will continue to exist much longer. It would be a big mistake to count the church out. After all, Jesus Christ said the forces of hell would not prevail […] Read More