Dr. Michael Harbin, chair of the Biblical Studies, Christian Educational Ministries, and Philosophy departments, discusses the opportunities Taylor students have to engage in Bible study with dedicated and talented faculty.
Building a solid biblical foundation for life
Have you been called to global missions or the pulpit? Do you want to develop critical thinking skills and feel more prepared to give an answer to those who ask for a reason why you believe in Jesus Christ?
Housed in the Reade Liberal Arts Center, Taylor’s biblical studies program helps you examine your faith by providing strong faculty who serve as scholars, mentors, and teachers pushing you to think through critical issues in order to be better disciples able to fulfill the Great Commission and teach the Word wherever God places you.
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Biblical Studies news
The nature and veracity of religious faith will be the subject of two debates next week – one in the Indianapolis area, and the other in Fort Wayne – between a Christian scholar and secular author. "Is Religious Faith Reasonable?" is the title of the debates, both featuring Dr. James Spiegel, Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Taylor University, and author and philosopher John W. Loftus.
Dr. Willie James Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale Divinity School, will be the visiting Staley Lecture Series Speaker at Taylor University on Monday, March 12. Jennings’ visit is being hosted by the Taylor Honors Guild.
The Taylor University Ethics Bowl team, the 2015 National Champion and winner of 33 of its last 36 matches, is returning to the National Ethics Bowl Tournament. It marks the eighth straight year the Taylor Ethics Bowl team has qualified for nationals.