Seminary Professor Co-Edits Book in Honor of Dr. Luke Keefer
9/2/15 ASHLAND, Ohio – Dr. Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, professor of Ethics and Theology at Ashland Theological Seminary, and J. Robert Douglass, associate professor of Theological Studies at Winebrenner Theological Seminary, have co-edited a book in honor of Dr. Luke Keefer Jr., retired professor of Historical Theology at Ashland Theological Seminary who passed away in 2010.
Ashland Theological Seminary Professor Contributes to New CEB Student Bible
8/5/15 ASHLAND, Ohio – Dr. David A. deSilva, Trustees’ Distinguished professor of New Testament at Ashland Theological Seminary, contributed to the new CEB Student Bible (Common English Bible). Dr. deSilva wrote the introductions for the books of Matthew, Colossians, 1 & 2 Timothy, Philemon, Hebrews, 1 & 2 Peter and Jude.
Deadline Registration for the Fall is August 3
7/06/15 ASHLAND, Ohio-Dear current students, while the deadline for registration is August 3, we would like to remind you about the following important items:
Registration is done online through the WebAdvisor system. There is a set of online registration instructions on the seminary website http://seminary.ashland.edu/academics/academic-resources/online-registration.
If you try to follow the instructions and are having difficulties, please call during business hours and we can walk you through it. Please be logged in when you call.
The schedule of course offerings may be found at http://seminary.ashland.edu/academics/academic-resources/course-schedules.
For those who prefer to register on paper (hard copy), please download the registration form off the seminary website or print off the one attached to this email. Submit completed form to the ATS Registrar's office. It may be mailed, scanned/emailed (to ATS-Registrar@ashland.edu) or faxed. It will be entered in the order received, according to the registration dates of your registration status.
AU and Seminary Library Hours.
The Ashland University Library will be CLOSED from Friday evening, May 29th, through Wednesday, June 3rd, as an electrical system is upgraded. The Ashland Seminary Library will be OPEN during this time. OhioLINK requests will not be processed from Friday, May 29 (evening) - Wednesday, June 3, 2015.The power outage Friday evening will interfere with access to databases and the ability to request or renew OhioLINK items, but those services are expected to be restored by Saturday, May 30th. If you encounter online access problems after Friday night, please let us know by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.The Seminary Library will be OPEN Monday, June 1 - Wednesday, June 3, 2015. The will be no OhioLINK deliveries Monday, June 1 - Friday, June 5, 2015 for the Seminary Library.
Ashland Theological Seminary to host Counseling Open House
4/17/15 ASHLAND, Ohio –Ashland Theological Seminary is hosting an open house for prospective counseling students in Ashland Ohio on April 23, from 9:45 am to 1:00 pm. This open house has been designed so our potential students experience our Master of Arts in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling Program. Prospective students will be able to meet our counseling faculty, students and graduates, attend a counseling-specific class, and share a meal together.
Ashland Theological Seminary’s Professor Presents Publication in Beirut
3/27/15 ASHLAND, Ohio –Dr. David A. deSilva, Trustees' Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary was recently in Beirut, Lebanon to launch the publication of an Arabic translation of his book, An Introduction to the New Testamemt: Contexts, Methods & Ministry Formation. The book was originally published in English by InterVarsity Press and has since appeared in Chinese and Korean.
Ferguson, New York, Cleveland, and Beyond: Our Christian Response
Ashland, Ohio- Recent events in our country have caused grave concern for many, including those of us at Ashland Theological Seminary (ATS), and call for a response.
Because of the scriptural witness and gospel mandate, ATS is committed to doing justice and to showing respect for all persons as God’s image bearers and as people for whom Christ died. We understand justice to be the work of repairing what has been broken by human sin, reconciling persons to God and one another, and restoring the conditions in which humans live for their own flourishing and the common good. We believe that the reign of God requires justice for all. Scripture demonstrates that God cares deeply about the wellbeing of the poor, vulnerable, and marginalized members of society and that God calls his followers to do the same. As an institution, ATS has a particular concern for racial justice and for the full equality of women in leadership and ministry.