Delta Epsilon Chi Honor Society
The purpose of the Association for Biblical Higher Education’s Delta Epsilon Chi Honor Society is to encourage and recognize graduates and alumni from among the accredited institutions of ABHE. The individuals nominated to receive this honor have distinguished themselves by exhibiting the following qualities:
- Intellectual Achievement
- Christian Character
- Leadership Ability
The three Greek works translated as “approved in Christ” (δόκιμον ἐν Χριστῷ) in Romans 16:10 begin with the three Greek letters, delta epsilon chi, and comprise both the name and meaning of the ABHE Honor Society.
The faculty of B. H. Carroll Theological Seminary is pleased to nominate select graduates and alumni to the Delta Epsilon Chi Honor Society.
Larry Key, Master of Arts (Theology) Graduate
Scott Jackson, Doctor of Philosophy Graduate
Ariel Martinez, Master of Arts (Theology) Graduate
Dr. Bill Bryan, Doctor of Philosophy Graduate
Caitlian Paniagua, Masters of Arts (Counseling) Graduate
Dr. Deana Adams, Doctor of Philosophy Graduate
The demand for highly trained chaplains of all types is significantly increasing. By bringing together B.H. Carroll’s educational excellence and the Marsh Center for Chaplain Studies vocational experience, students are achieving a deeper understanding of the opportunities awaiting them in chaplaincy ministry. Preparation is the key. Through the collaborative synergy between the Marsh Center and B.H. Carroll, students achieve an education that is relevant, focused, and applicable.