I am pleased to announce that I have been hired as a part time faculty member at King’s Evangelical Divinity School. I will not be doing any teaching at this point, but instead will be the resident supervisor for all Old Testament theses including their Bachelor of Theology and Master of Arts in Theology degrees. This is a huge honor. Both the faculty of KEDS and I are convinced that the Lord led me to join them at the right time. I am looking forward to this opportunity to guide students through the process of writing their theses. It will be an opportunity for me to gain valuable experience and help prepare Christians for ministry all around the UK and the world.
About King’s Evangelical Divinity School (copied from their website)
Founded in 1990, King’s Evangelical Divinity School (formerly Midlands Bible College and Divinity School) is a non-denominational Higher Education institution offering innovative and competitively-priced theological studies by distance learning. We are based in Kent and our courses are studied online.
King’s specialises in Hermeneutics (biblical interpretation) and our B.Th., Graduate Diploma and M.A. degree programmes are validated by the University of Chester, England. The school also offers less demanding courses in the Bible and Theology for those those leading busy lives.
King’s is a confessional school with tutors and students coming from across the Evangelical spectrum. It also publishes the Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics, a peer-reviewed academic journal. The school is increasingly international in context with overseas students currently numbering aproximately 40%.
To learn more about King’s view these pages:
- Our distinctives
- Our core values
- Our faculty
- Details of our accreditation
- Getting the balance right between academic, biblical and church theology (discussed here)
- Dean of Students Stephen Vantassel comments on the benefits of a theological education