Samford’s Beeson Divinity School Honors Three Alumni of the Year
This spring semester, Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School recognized three alumni for their service and ministry to the Lord: Jason McConnell and Wayne and Mary Splawn.
Samford to Graduate Approximately 1,237 in May
Samford University will graduate approximately 1,237 students during seven commencement programs in May. All ceremonies may be viewed via live stream.
Author Os Guinness to Speak at Beeson Divinity School
World-renowned author, speaker and apologist Os Guinness will be the guest speaker during community worship Tuesday, April 25, for the Faith and Work Lecture Series.
Christian George to Give Preaching Lectures Feb. 28–March 2
Charles Haddon Spurgeon scholar Christian T. George will give the William E. Conger Jr. Preaching Lectures on Biblical Preaching Feb. 28–March 2.
Beeson Divinity School Announces New Anglican Intensives Program
Beginning in September 2017, the Institute of Anglican Studies at Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School will offer a new program, “Anglican Intensives.”
Bonhoeffer Saw American Racism During Year of Study at Union Seminary
German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer spent a year of study at Union Theological Seminary in New York City during 1930–31. The experience introduced him to American racism, according to Holocaust scholar Victoria Barnett, and helped shape his views toward the antisemitism he would see in Germany after the Nazi party came to power.
Updated Campus Master Plan Sets Course for Samford University’s Future
A major update to Samford University's campus master plan provides ambitious goals for future growth.