Talbot Launches Fully Online Programs for the First Time in Fall 2017 April 12, 2017 — For the first time, Biola University’s Talbot School of Theology will offer four fully online master’s degree programs beginning in fall 2017. The four programs offered online — Bible Exposition, New Testament, Theology (Greek Track), and Theology (Non-Greek Track) — will allow students to have easy access to obtaining their master’s degree without ever stepping foot on campus.
New Heart, Mind & Soul Track for D.Min. Students to Launch in Spring 2017 November 9, 2016 — In Spring 2017, Biola University’s Talbot School of Theology will offer a new track within the Doctor of Ministry program titled, “Heart, Mind & Soul.” The specialty track gives an opportunity to individuals who work in full-time ministry positions to refine their abilities to better serve their congregation.
Talbot Faculty Member Releases Commentary October 9, 2015 — Dr. Joseph Hellerman, Talbot Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, recently released a new commentary on the Greek text of Philippians.
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Offer December 3, 2014 — The Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing company is offering tools to assist ministers in their teaching and preaching ministries.
Dr. Scott Rae to present at Faith@Work Summit October 6, 2014 — Dr. Scott Rae, Talbot Professor of Christian Ethics Dean of the Faculty, and Chair, Philosophy, will participate in the Faith@Work Summit, October 24 & 25 at the Mockler Center at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
A Tribute to Dennis Dirks May 22, 2014 — Dennis Dirks has served Biola since 1976. In that time he has been an example of service with with excellence, earning numerous university awards for his leadership and commitment. He is well loved, highly respected, and an admired leader in seminary education.
A Tribute to Richard Leyda May 8, 2014 — Over the past 24 years Richard has faithfully served Talbot and the Christian Education department.
Update on Talbot's Extension Site in Ukraine April 22, 2014 — Mark Saucy, Professor and director of the Kiev extension site, shares how the recent conflict in Ukraine has affected the city of Kiev and how to best pray for the 25 students and greater community in Ukraine.
Talbot alumnus challenges Costco Bibles labeled as "fiction" November 20, 2013 — Pastor Caleb Kaltenbach (M.A. '07) makes local headlines after he challenged Costco for labeling Bibles in their stores as fiction. "I believe that we do need to stand up for our faith and we need to be vocal about our concerns,” explained Kaltenbach.
Talbot Names Scott Rae as New Dean of Faculty May 16, 2013 — Talbot School of Theology is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Scott Rae as its new Dean of Faculty. Dr. Rae succeeds Dr. Michael J. Wilkins, who is stepping down from this administrative role after 21 years of service. Dr. Wilkins will continue teaching at Talbot as Distinguished Professor of New Testament.
Certificate in Messianic Jewish Studies Now Offered in New York June 6, 2011 — In partnership with Chosen People Ministries, Talbot now offers the Certificate in Messianic Jewish Studies. The certificate is designed as a year of graduate level study for those in preparation for serving in messianic ministry. It is also ideal for increasing one's effectiveness in existing ministry through courses such as Rabbinic Theology, Jewish History, and Elements of Hebrew.
A New Division at Talbot May 10, 2011 — Exciting changes are on the horizon at Talbot School of Theology as we prepare for the new fall term. Beginning Fall 2011, the undergraduate Biblical & Theological Studies Department will now become a new division within Talbot.
Share "My Journey" Video Contest September 29, 2010 — The “My Journey” contest is a video submission contest offering the opportunity to share the story of the journey that led you to Biola and compete for a chance to win an iPad.
U.S. News Names Biola an “Up and Comer” September 7, 2010 — Biola University has achieved its highest ranking ever from U.S. News & World Report, earning a spot in the top tier of the “Best National Universities” category in the magazine’s newly released “Best Colleges 2011” guide.
The Great Isaiah Scroll August 10, 2010 — Penned more than 2,100 years ago, the Great Isaiah Scroll is one of only three complete scrolls from 900 documents that comprise the Dead Sea Scrolls. An exact replica of the Great Isaiah Scroll will be housed at Biola University this fall. The survival of this scroll is a celebrated story throughout the world — and now students and the Biola community will be able to celebrate it firsthand.
Talbot East Groundbreaking Ceremony May 14, 2010 — Following a rapid succession of large commitments totaling $6.4 million, Biola University broke ground on its new Talbot Building complex on Thursday, May 20, 2010.