• Flexible Study from a Baptist Perspective

    MA in Baptistic Histories and Theologies Between 24th and 28th August 2015 we will deliver our first intensive teaching week for the new session. During this week we will deliver two required core units for this MA Degree Programme: ‘Critical Thinking and Research Methodologies’ and ‘Interpretation, Bible, Theology and Society’. Both units can be done the same week as they will be delivered on the morning and evening Mon-Fri respectively. Students will then receive ongoing support online to complete the assessments for these units before May 2016. Attendance for these five days can fulfill 25% of the required maximum attendance for this programme which can be taken part-time in anywhere…

  • Richard J. Mouw, Of Pagan Festivals and Meta-Narratives Recovering the Awareness of our Shared Humanity

    Yesterday Parush and I attended our respective section meetings at Vrije Universiteit (VU). We now have 29 IBTSC Amsterdam whose proposal have been accepted by VU and are now part of their/our PhD Research Programme. In the next year we anticipate that two or three will graduate and that by the end of the year several more will be officially registered. Following our meetings we attended the annual Abraham Kuyper lecture at VU. This was delivered by Richard J. Mouw, formerly President of Fuller Theological Seminary and one time visiting Professor at the Free University.  The title of his lecture was ‘Of Pagan Festivals and Meta-Narratives: Recovering the Awareness of…