Posts Tagged ‘CBTE’

Called and Gifted: A Conversation in Support of Women in Ministry

July 11, 2012

The role of women in the church is the topic of this panel discussion co-sponsored by the School of Theology and the Center for Biblical and Theological Education.   The panelists include Rev. Gail Song Bantum from Quest Church, Scott Gronholz from Bethany Presbyterian Church, SPU theology professors Sara Koenig and Dave Nienhuis, and Caenisha Warren with SPU’s Perkins Center. [Video]

Introduction to Joshua: Eden Lost, Canaan Found

September 28, 2011

Join Dr. Nijay Gupta, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, as he begins the Autumn Quarter Lectio series with an introduction to the book of Joshua.

Introduction to Joshua: Eden Lost, Canaan Found [Audio]

Old Testament Selections from Israel’s Story

June 22, 2011

Join Sara Koenig, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, this summer on a journey through Old Testament selections from Israel’s story. The selection this week begins the journey

Introduction: From Egypt to the Promised Land [Audio]

Learn more about the Center for Biblical & Theological Education’s Lectio Series.

“Election Revisited” Romans 4

May 3, 2011

Associate Professor Douglas Castelo examines Romans 4. [Audio]

The Gospel for Both Jews and Gentiles: Romans 1:1-2:16

March 30, 2011

Join Daniel Castelo, Associate Professor of Theology, for a study on the Book of Romans.  [Audio]

For more information about the Lectio: Guided Bible Readings, please visit The Center for Biblical and Theological Education’s website.

Introduction to Matthew

January 5, 2011

Guided Bible readings on Matthew, from the Center for Biblical and Theological Education at Seattle Pacific University, with Dave Nienhuis,  Associate Professor of New Testament Studies. This week’s episode, “Introduction to Matthew,” begins the second portion of the larger Lectio series. [Audio]

For more information about Lectio: Guided Bible Readings, please visit The Center for Biblical and Theological Education’s website.

“And they were naked, without shame” Genesis 2:4 – 3:24

November 9, 2010

In God’s vision for human life, Genesis 2, we discover that Adam and Eve are “naked and without shame,” indicating the openness and vulnerability for which we are created and for which we long. By Rev. Celeste Cranston, Director of the Center for Biblical and Theological Education. October 5, 2010. [Audio] [Video]

Lectio: Guided Bible Readings – Genesis/Exodus

September 28, 2010

Guided Bible readings on Genesis 1 – Exodus 19, from the Center for Biblical and Theological Education at Seattle Pacific University, with Frank Spina, Ph.D., professor of Old Testament and biblical theology. This week’s episode, “Introduction to Scripture,” begins the series. [Audio]

For more information about the Lectio: Guided Bible Readings, please visit The Center for Biblical and Theological Education’s website.

What Dare We Hope? Ministry Through Times of Difficulty

July 27, 2010

Ministry in the Wesleyan Spirit Conference. Director, Center for Biblical and Theological Education. April 8, 2010. [Audio] [Video]


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