News from the School of Theology

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Fall plans
June 18, 2020

Fall plans

WWU announces adjusted start and end dates for fall quarter

Are We Tripping?
May 14, 2020

Are We Tripping?

InTents meetings move to podcast format for 2020

‘Samson Agonistes’ and the Sabbath
May 12, 2020

‘Samson Agonistes’ and the Sabbath

Clausen-Brown receives distinguished award from Milton Society of America

Stay connected
April 01, 2020

Stay connected

WWU Chaplain’s Office provides online spiritual care and support for students

Evangelistic leadership
March 23, 2020

Evangelistic leadership

Distinguished Service Award presented to WWU professor of biblical studies

COVID-19
March 16, 2020

COVID-19

WWU announces move to online format for winter-quarter finals and start of spring quarter

Prepared to serve
March 05, 2020

Prepared to serve

WWU students are experiencing the best of art and science as they combine areas of study from across the spectrum (part 4 of 5)

Bible Lands Study Tour
November 27, 2019

Bible Lands Study Tour

WWU students tour the Holy Land to study the life and ministry of Jesus

Personal Bible study
September 30, 2019

Personal Bible study

Biblical scholars contribute to study Bible recently released in New International Version

School of Theology Sabbath School
July 31, 2019

School of Theology Sabbath School

Vibrant community forms around Bible study and fellowship

A Good Word

An annual publication to keep you informed about happenings in the School of Theology at Walla Walla University.


Walla Walla University School of Theology issues statement on General Conference unity 

The faculty in the Walla Walla University School of Theology issued the following statement on Monday, Oct. 10, addressing their concerns about issues currently being discussed by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

“We the faculty of the School of Theology at Walla Walla University strongly affirm the biblical concept of the unity of the church grounded in our worship of God, in our common faith, our shared community life, and in our shared sense of mission. At the same time, we have very serious concerns about the recent document titled ‘A Study of Church Governance and Unity’ recently released by the General Conference and its portrayal of the nature and authority of the church. We share the concern voiced by other theologians and scholars that there needs to be a significant amount of further discussion on this very important ecclesiological issue before it is adopted in a general and binding way. We further register our concerns over the concept of ordination that is laid out in the document, a concept that seems to borrow a lot more from tradition than from biblical evidence. It is our sincere hope that more discussion and deliberation will take place before the elements of this document become church policy.”

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