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Dan Hawk

Professor the Old Testament and Hebrew

The challenges the Church faces in this rapidly changing world call for Christian leaders who can interpret Scripture deeply and faithfully and who can teach others to do so. Ashland’s MA in Applied Bible and Theology gives you the opportunity to acquire new and vital tools for thinking biblically and theologically, in the context of a diverse and lively Christian community.

David Baker

Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages

This degree provides an excellent entryway into theological education  for those who might still be seeking their calling and want to increase their knowledge and skills, or those who do not want to pursue ordination but desire to serve the Kingdom in other ways. It is a valuable degree in its own right, but can also provide an on-ramp to other degrees that the Seminary offers for those led to dive even deeper into the areas to which you are introduced.

John Byron

Seminary Dean; Professor of New Testament

Just as there are a variety of gifts for ministry, so too there are a variety of callings. The Master of Arts in Applied Bible and Theology is designed to help you discover and refine your calling while gaining the necessary knowledge and skills.