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Meister Releases New Book

Zondervan recently published “Christian Apologetics: An Anthology of Primary Sources” by Chad Meister, Ph.D., professor of philosophy and theology.

This fascinating collection provides selected readings addressing key issues in the history of Christian apologetics. Selections are taken from history’s most notable defenders of Christian faith — including Saint Augustine, C. S. Lewis and Pope…

Graduate Programs to Host an MBA Information Night

Bethel’s graduate programs will host a free information night about the Master in Business Administration degree on Wednesday, July 18 from 6-7 p.m. in the Everest-Rohrer Chapel/Fine Arts Center Rotunda.

Participants will gain a deeper understanding about the MBA program.

  • We integrate solid business practice with the Christian faith.

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Bethel College Mourns Loss of Biblical Scholar

Professor of Old Testament and Scholar-in-Residence Eugene Carpenter, Ph.D., passed away July 2, 2012, while fishing by himself in Michigan. He was 69 years old.

Visitation will take place on Friday, July 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Everest/Rohrer Auditorium on Bethel’s campus. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, July 7 at 11 a.m., also in the Everest/Rohrer Auditorium. Friends may…

Bethel Announces New Nursing Dean

Deborah Gillum, Ph.D., of Syracuse, Ind., will soon be Bethel College’s new dean of nursing. She replaces Carol Dorough, Ed.D.

Gillum is no stranger to Bethel. In 2004, she was hired as an adjunct faculty member in the nursing department. She eventually moved into roles as assistant professor and associate dean of nursing. Earlier in her career she served as a staff nurse and family nurse…

Bethel Welcomes New Vice President for Academic Services

Bethel College announces Barbara Bellefeuille, Ed.D. as the new vice president for academic services. She will replace the interim vice president in that position, Bradley Smith, Ph.D.

Bellefeuille has been in higher education at Toccoa Falls College in Toccoa Falls, Ga., for 21 years; first as a professor of teacher education and department chair. Then seven years ago she…

Nontraditional Programs to Host an Information Night

Bethel’s nontraditional programs will host an information night on Thursday, July 12 from 6-7:00 p.m. in the Everest-Rohrer Chapel/Fine Arts Center Rotunda.

Participants will learn how Bethel’s accelerated degree programs are designed to help adult students earn the degree they need to change careers, change opportunities and change their life.

Benefits to Bethel’s…

Bethel Receives Kern Fellowship Grant: Starts New Program

Bethel College’s religion and philosophy department recently received a $437,500 grant from the Kern Family Foundation to transform and enhance Bethel’s theological education. In the fall of 2012, the college will add a new program — the Master of Christian Ministries degree.

Ministerial graduates typically enter into pastoral vocations, which is traditionally an underpaid…

Bethel Webmaster Publishes Book

Bethel College webmaster and adjunct faculty member Joshua Gulledge (‘02) recently published Building a Modern & Complex Website, The Easy Way, with MODX Revolution.” It’s a practical guide to explain how to use MODX and understand its strategies while getting the most out of your website with the least amount of work.

When Gulledge first introduced MODX…

Professor Receives Grant to Explore the Nature of Forgiveness

Cristian Mihut, an assistant professor of philosophy at Bethel College, recently received a $43,500 research grant funded by the John Templeton Foundation on behalf of The Character Project at Wake Forest University. Mihut submitted his proposal under the Theology of Character competition entitled "New Frontiers in the Theology of Character.”

Mihut’s research topic focuses on theological…

Bethel Hosts "Summer Institute for Teachers"

Bethel College will offer “Summer Institute for Teachers” on June 11, 12 and 13 in the Miller-Moore Academic Center, Room AC 342. Those participating in the three-day learning experience can earn up to 18 professional growth points (PGPs) or three graduate credits. Registration will be limited to the first 125 participants per session.

Topics include:

  • “Common…

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