Beeson Divinity’s Founding Dean Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth
Timothy George, founding dean and distinguished professor of divinity at Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School, received the Lifetime Achievement award from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary on Nov. 17 during the 73rd annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society.
Son Creates Scholarship to Honor the Memory, Kindness of His Mother
Philip Nation, a Beeson Divinity School graduate, starts a scholarship for Southern Baptist students in memory of his late mother, Dolores Emanuel Nation.
Samford to Host Science and Theology Conference
Beeson Divinity School, the Department of Biblical and Religious Studies and the Department of Christian Ministry will host the Spring Theology Conference of the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding January 13-15, 2022.
Award-winning Scholar Michael McClymond to Deliver Beeson Divinity School’s Annual Reformation Heritage Lectures
Michael McClymond, professor of Modern Christianity at Saint Louis University, will deliver the school’s annual Reformation Heritage Lectures, Oct. 26-28.
Beeson Divinity School Faculty, Alumni Edit New ESV Concise Study Bible
The publication, which will be released on Oct. 7, is meant to make the larger ESV Study Bible more accessible and relatable to a larger audience.
Beeson Divinity’s Dean Douglas Sweeney Reminds Community of God’s Providence During Opening Convocation
Beeson Divinity's Dean Douglas Sweeney gave the school's Opening Convocation address, God Meant It for Good, on Aug. 31. This was the first in a series of sermons to be given at Beeson Divinity this semester for its chapel series, Tokens of the Providence of God in Times of Trouble.
Beeson Divinity School’s Fall 2021 Chapel Series to Feature ‘Tokens of the Providence of God in Times of Trouble’
Beeson Divinity School will focus on the Tokens of the Providence of God in Times of Trouble in its Fall 2021 chapel series beginning Aug. 31.