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Our Faculty

Our faculty will help you evolve into inspiring leaders of faith.

Our Curriculum

Learn more about our MDiv program and offerings.

 

Scholarships Remain!

Submit your completed application by March 6, 2017

 

Final Deadline for M.Div. Applications

July 25, 2017

 
 
 

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A Community of Support

Your call to lead, to make a difference – to work for justice, reconciliation, and compassion – will be both challenging and rewarding. The School of Divinity community will provide great encouragement and inspiration as we discern together our collective work for the world.

Justice is a way of life, not a trending topic. I am learning to understand problems - like race, poverty, and education - in the big picture of implicit versus explicit bias.

Darrell Hamilton

Third Year MDiv Student and
Founder of High Fashion Black Men
Oklahoma City, OK
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It’s difficult work to figure out how to learn from each other when we have such strongly held and different beliefs. The formation that happens through such work is exactly how we become agents of justice, compassion, and reconciliation in the wider world.

Katherine Shaner

Assistant Professor of New Testament
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I sit in classrooms with professors who are not only the best in their field, but who care deeply about helping students grow into their unique calling. The readings, lectures and discussions are more engaging than I could have ever imagined.

Seth Hix

Third Year MDiv Student
Ozark, AL
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I was challenged to think critically about 'powers and principalities,' to better understand how personal beliefs and practices shape and are shaped by larger structures of power.

Lynn Casteel Harper (MDiv '06)

Full-Time Writer and
Former Nursing Home Chaplain
Greenville, SC
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