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Beeson Divinity School Announces New Certificate for Wesleyan Students
Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School is pleased to announce a new Certificate of Wesleyan Studies for Master of Divinity students who intend to pursue ordination in a Wesleyan denomination. 
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Christopher Seitz to Give Beeson Divinity School’s Annual Biblical Studies Lectures, March 23-25
Senior research professor at Wycliffe College in Toronto and Humboldt Prize winner, Christopher Seitz, will deliver two lectures on Wisdom Literature for Beeson’s annual Biblical Studies Lectures, March 23-25. 
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Jared Alcántara to Give Beeson Divinity School’s Annual Preaching Lectures, Feb. 23-25
Jared Alcántara of Baylor University’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary will deliver Beeson Divinity School’s annual William E. Conger Lectures for Biblical Preaching, Feb. 23-25. 
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Beeson Divinity School Establishes New Center for Women in Ministry
Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School announces the formation of a new center for women pursuing Christian ministry to encourage and equip women called to Christian ministry. 
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Beeson Divinity School’s Lay Academy of Theology Announces Spring Schedule
Beeson Divinity School’s Lay Academy of Theology begins at the end of February with courses in worship, Gospel of Luke, history and theology, and 1 Corinthians. 
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Sweeney, Den Hartog Contribute to New Book of Devotionals
The book connects Scripture with transformative historical moments such as the Civil Rights Movement and the Holocaust, and explores the faith of diverse Christian figures, including Frederick Douglass, C.S. Lewis, Aimee Semple McPherson and Billy Graham, among others.  
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Samford Creates Accelerated Undergraduate Pathway to Master of Divinity
Applicants majoring in biblical studies, religion, religion with a concentration in ministry leadership or Christian ministry will be evaluated on their academic performance, spiritual maturity and vocational clarity.