Globalization and Diversity
Denver Seminary is becoming an increasingly diverse community. We strive to align you as a current and future minister of the Gospel -- no matter your calling -- with what God is doing throughout the world by exposing you to faculty, curricula writers and chapel speakers with a global mindset. We strive to graduate global leaders.
At Denver Seminary, we believe there is no better way to equip leaders than in a multicultural and multiethnic educational community. Being in community with international and culturally diverse faculty and students helps to expand students' understanding of God -- and diverse perspectives help Denver Seminary students learn more effective ways to communicate the Gospel in differing cultures.
Every degree program at Denver Seminary has a globalization requirement. And between fellow students and faculty, you will have the opportunity to experience cultures and worldviews from more than 82 denominations, 48 states and 34 countries. Students and faculty are represented from various contexts within the U.S., Canada, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America, Africa, and more.
Our perspective is aimed at what God is doing throughout the world. It's a supportive and encouraging place for you to pursue the calling of God on your life -- and to follow that call wherever it takes you.
Links related to Globalization and Diversity
Gobalization at Denver Seminary
Includes information about globalization efforts at Denver Seminary, including partnerships with seminaries in other parts of the world.
"Global Christianity" issue of Denver Seminary Magazine (Winter 2007)