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Bethany Student Handbook

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Here is Bethany's Student Handbook! You may download it (right click and save) or view it directly from this page (click and view).

2015-16 Bethany Student Handbook (updated July 1, 2015)
(1.8 Mb -- pdf format*)

 

If you find the pdf inconvenient to download, please contact admissions@bethanyseminary.edu, and we will be glad to send you a copy by e-mail or on CD.


Note: The content of this publication is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be used as a contract between Bethany Theological Seminary and any other party. Bethany Theological Seminary reserves the right to change, eliminate, and add to rules, regulations, policies, fees and other charges, courses of study, and academic requirements. Whenever it does so, the Seminary will give as much advanced notice as it considers feasible or appropriate, but it reserves the right in all cases to do so without notice.

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For more information, contact:

Amy Gall Ritchie
Amy Gall Ritchie,
Director of Student Development
     ritcham@bethanyseminary.edu      765- 983-1806

 

Jeff Foster
(Certificate of Achievement in Theological Studies)

JeffFor nine years I felt the leading of God to ministry. I began my academic journey thinking that I had God all figured out. This journey began at Moody Bible Institute for several semesters, where I gleaned perspective on missions and evangelism. Because of a full-time missionary role, I suspended Moody classes to concentrate on raising support. During that time God began to speak to me about the overall disunity in our Christian church. I came to the conclusion that unity within the body of Christ is the best way to reach lost souls with greater depth. I started exploring the Anabaptist teaching and specifically the way the Church of the Brethren strives toward this vision of unity and reconciliation.