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Below are the latest news items from BTS and our community of alums, students, faculty, and board members. If you have a news item to share, please let us know.

April 9 Event: Child Abuse Recognition & Reporting Training

April 9 Event: Child Abuse Recognition & Reporting Training

REGISTER HERE or call 215-368-5000 x117 When: Monday, April 9, 2018: 5-8 PM Where: BTS Graduate School of Counseling - 200 N. Main Street, Hatfield, PA Presenter: Mary Richter from Network of Victim...

March 19-20 Event: Open House

March 19-20 Event: Open House

We invite you to come and taste and see Biblical Theological Seminary at our Spring Open House. We probably won't be feeding 5,000 people with five loaves of bread and two fish, but we will have dinn...

Carolyn Custis James Appointed to Advisory Board of Logia

Carolyn Custis James Appointed to Advisory Board of Logia

Carolyn Custis James has been appointed as an Advisory Board member of Logia, an initiative to support current female students and staff and encourage women to pursue divinity disciples at the postgr...

March 23 Event: Faith in the Marketplace

March 23 Event: Faith in the Marketplace

REGISTER HERE or contact Charles Blachford, Director of Development at BTS Sponsored By:         When: Friday, March 23, 2018 from 7:30 AM to 12:45 PM EDT Where: Indian...

March 15 Event: Spiritual Formation Retreat

March 15 Event: Spiritual Formation Retreat

CLICK HERE to register, or call 215-368-5000 x116 As a theological seminary, we are passionate about training biblical and missional leaders who strengthen and build the Church in communities around...

Pres. James:

Pres. James: "All God's Children"

For all of his great rhetorical flourishes, the phrase that comes to mind as we remember Martin Luther King, Jr. this next week, is his oft repeated refrain about “all God’s children.” He famously de...


Below are past events that we have hosted or participated in. We hope they prove as encouraging to you as they were to us.


A Civil Conversation on Our Christian Differences: The Reformation at 500 Years presented various traditions' views of Luther’s bold act and the resulting change in the Church.

Dr. Frank James participated in this event organized by the Christian History Institute.

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Honest conversations about social issues are often uncomfortable. Often controversial, these issues get under our skin, tearing at the fabric, not only of who we are, but how we view those around us.

BTS co-hosted this event with the American Bible Society in Philadelphia, PA.

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On March 8, 2013, Joni Eareckson Tada, founder and chief executive officer of Joni and Friends International Disability Center, pulled the curtain back on her own heart, marriage, and life journey, speaking on ”Disability and the Gospel” to a packed-out chapel.

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Trauma and Trafficking: A Christian Response

Human trafficking is not only a real problem in other parts of the world, but also in our own neighborhoods. It may not look like what you see on TV or in the movies, but human trafficking rings do exist. Unfortunately, they will often go unnoticed by almost everyone within the community.

As Christians, we have a responsibility to help those that are in need. Biblical Seminary hosted a three day conference entitled “The Biblical Call: A Christian Response to Human Trafficking and Sexual Abuse” which dealt with this very issue. Dr. Diane Langberg, Bethany Hoang, Pearl Kim, and Bob Morrison all delivered pertinent information on how this issue should be handled. The impact of the conference was felt by all of the attendees.

If you would like to view these powerful messages regarding human trafficking and sexual abuse, order the 3 DVD set containing talks from the conference.

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