Why You Should Care that Your Professors take Sabbaticals

This semester my colleague Thomas Jay Oord is on sabbatical leave from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries, where he’s worked as a professor for the past dozen years. Sabbaticals have a basis in the Judeo-Christian tradition and are prevalent in academia. In recent years, a growing number of churches have also […]

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NNU GTOE Professor to be Published by Oxford University Press

Professors in the Graduate Theological Online Education (GTOE) program at Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries aren’t only phenomenal teachers and mentors. They’re active scholars, too. Last month I wrote a blog about books by NNU faculty. One of those books was Virtues and Their Vices, a collection of essays in virtue theory […]

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Spotlight: NNU’s Master of Arts Programs

Northwest Nazarene University’s Master of Arts fully online programs are perfect for those who are testing the ministry waters, seeking personal spiritual development, or wanting to add more tools to their spiritual toolkit. So why pursue one of five Master of Arts degrees from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries? There are […]

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