Christian theologians today are still grappling with the fraught and interconnected relationship between Christian thought and racial oppression. In this blog post derived from his research, M.A. in Historical Theology student Michael Yorke presents a consideration of three major figures in the conversation, then suggests how our conception of Christ is central to addressing issues of race and the Church.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.), Graduate School
Laurel Schone is a first-year M.A. student in the Clinical and Mental Health Counseling program. She’s lived all over the United States, as well as spending years in Nepal and traveling internationally in a ministry context. As she stepped into the role of Graduate Student Chaplain, Laurel took the time to answer a few questions about her approach to this new position of spiritual leadership in the Wheaton College Graduate School.
Developed from a conversation between two graduate students in the School of Biblical and Theological Studies, this blog post considers the importance of women's voices both in the Church and in general.
Graduate School, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership (M.A.)
In his new book, "You Welcomed Me: Loving Refugees and Immigrants Because God First Loved Us," Kent Annan helps readers work through fears and misunderstandings around these issues and invites us into stories of welcome that lead us to see the current refugee and immigrant crisis in a new light that points us to the heart of the gospel.
Biblical and Theological Studies (Ph.D.), Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Evangelism and Leadership (M.A.), Graduate School
This story recaps the different testimonies we heard during November 12-17, International Education Week 2018! We spent some time getting to know our students from around the world, one continent a day.
Graduate School, History of Christianity (M.A.), News
Wheaton College Associate Professor of Theology and History of Christianity Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt was featured in the documentary, “A Call for Freedom,” which this past week won three Chicago/Midwest Emmys, including Best Historical Documentary.
Biblical and Theological Studies (Ph.D.), Biblical Exegesis (M.A.), Faculty, Graduate School
Adapted from his latest book (with Jonathan Moo), "Creation Care: A Biblical Theology of the Natural World," New Testament Professor Dr. Douglas Moo shares a blog post on how the gospel can, and should, impact our relationship to the environment.
Graduate School, HDI, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership (M.A.)
Dyer Bowers, a current M.A. student in the Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership program, shares her reflections on recent headlines about immigration and refugees, and speaks about the importance of matching a passion to help with the right qualifications.
As we enter our 81st year at the Wheaton College Graduate School, we are happy to see our global community of scholars continuing to increase in scope and reach. This year, we welcomed students from 20 nations!
2018-19 Faculty Awards, Faculty, Graduate School, History of Christianity (M.A.)
Like many members of our inaugural M.A. in Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership class, Kati Shepardson brings a wealth of previous experience in humanitarian and disaster relief to the program. In this blog, Kati shares how it all began with her own experience of Hurricane Katrina.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.), Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Graduate School, Marriage & Family Therapy (M.A.)
Dr. Everett Worthington, notable for his research into the psychology of forgiveness, will visit Wheaton's school of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy as Visiting Distinguished Professor of Psychology