Weighing in on faith and life.
B.H. Carroll faculty members, students, and those who support its mission desire to create dialog and stoke critical thinking about important topics which relate to faith and life in this world. Below are posts from diverse authors, whose views contribute to the ongoing discussion of these areas. The positions of the authors are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of B.H. Carroll Theological Seminary, its faculty, and its governors.
Power, Authority, and Abuse Among God’s People
The responsibility of a seminary is to train those in its care with both knowledge and skill to serve in the ministry of their calling.
Three Suggestions for Those Who Struggle to Pray
As you put these and other ideas about prayer into practice, you will find yourself more open to the Spirit of God.
Meet Our DMin Faculty
Dr. Danny Howe, Dr. Scott Whitson, and Dr. Gordon T. Smith pace students through Theological Integration, Leadership Effectiveness, and Spiritual Formation.
Jesus on Leadership translated into a fifth language
Jesus on Leadership, has now been translated into a fifth language—this time into Urdu, the official language of Pakistan and of five states in India.
Tomlin writes for Baptist History & Heritage Journal
Dr. Greg Tomlin, provides a new treatment of Roger Williams, in the Spring 2022 issue of Baptist History & Heritage: Baptist Men and Women Engaging the World Around Them.
Muleba Bible College Graduate a Testimony to Power of Faith and Commitment
“God gave a group of people a vision—a vision only three years ago,” Wilkes says. “To see it realized with 16 graduates all serving as local church pastors is a testimony to the power of faith and their commitment to the calling of God.”
Lessons from Lewis: A Speck of Life
Stuck in a cave—running for his life—David cried out to God, “No one is concerned for me…no one cares for my life.” Perhaps, honest prayers are welcomed by God after all.
Meet Our DMin Faculty – Drs. David Strawn & William Bryan
Our exceptional professors, such as Drs. Bill Bryan and David Strawn, assure our students there are no surprises ahead as they journey through the DMin program.
What is Love? Working Our Way through the Challenges of Loving the Church, Part 4
In the movie, The Lorax, real, authentic trees are remembered only by Granny Norm who “remembers when trees were everywhere.” Plastic trees and manufactured air replace the historic gifts of nature. Is it possible we have manufactured our own love which mimics the qualities of love but has one critical missing component?
Fearful Reflections on Dignity and Ministry
How does the church reconcile the picture of dignity the Scriptures offer for humanity with the suffering which seems to be the lot of so many? It’s a question Wade Berry asks in his latest blog.