Transformational Faculty and Curriculum
At Denver Seminary, you will experience an intensely integrated education. What you learn in the classroom intentionally addresses both how to be effective in your ministry and in your personal relationship with God.
Teaching -- the foundation for research and publication, not the sideline -- is first and foremost for Denver Seminary faculty. But faculty members have more than just strong academic reputations and experience; they genuinely care about their students' effectiveness -- both in and out of the classroom. Professors at Denver Seminary invest in the lives of their students, developing mentoring relationships and genuine friendships, all while maintaining outstanding, substantive scholarship.
While program offerings continue to expand, you will find that Denver Seminary's faculty-to-student ratio is strategically limited, allowing more time for you to interact with professors both in and out of class. Each classroom is a community of co-learners in which all are invited to become fellow spiritual pilgrims and scholars.
A Denver Seminary integrated education allows you to learn to intentionally design ministries that are relevant to your local contexts and that are based on solid biblical foundations. And you do all this while maintaining a healthy perspective and outlook on your own Christian journey.
Links relevant to Denver Seminary Faculty and Curriculum
Denver Seminary's Faculty
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Faculty Travel Schedule
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The Denver Journal
book reviews written by and bibliographies compiled by Denver Seminary faculty