Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
|Trinity Evangelical Divinity School|
|Religious affiliation||Evangelical Free Church of America|
|President||Neil Nyberg (interim)|
|Location||Deerfield, Illinois, USA|
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) is an evangelical Christian seminary located in Deerfield, in the U.S. state of Illinois. TEDS is one of the largest seminaries in the world, enrolling more than 1,200 graduate students in professional and academic programs, including more than 150 in its PhD programs. The most popular degree at the school (the Master of Divinity degree or MDiv) prepares pastors, teachers, and missionaries for many kinds of service. The school also offers a range of more focused Master of Arts programs in counseling ministries, Christian thought, New Testament, Old Testament, and other disciplines.
TEDS is operated by the Evangelical Free Church of America and is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. It publishes the Trinity Journal.
Trinity International University traces its roots to 1897 when the Swedish Evangelical Free Church began a ten-week Bible course in the basement of a Chicago church. From those humble origins, the school grew significantly in the early 20th century. Then, during the 1960s, the seminary moved to its present Deerfield Campus (just north of Chicago). In 1995, Trinity College (located on the same campus), Trinity College at Miami, and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School were united to form Trinity International University.
- Gleason Archer - Former Professor of Old Testament and Semitics 1965-1986
- D. A. Carson - New Testament scholar and research professor of New Testament
- John S. Feinberg - chair of the Department of Biblical and Systematic Theology
- Paul D. Feinberg - professor of systematic theology and philosophy of religion
- James K. Hoffmeier - Egyptologist and professor of Old Testament and ancient near eastern history
- Harold A. Netland - professor of philosophy of religion and intercultural studies and the Naomi A. Fausch chair of missions
- Grant R. Osborne - professor of New Testament and author of The Hermeneutical Spiral
- Kevin J. Vanhoozer - Research Professor of Systematic Theology
- S. Lewis Johnson, Jr. - Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology 1980-1985
- John F. Ankerberg, host of the "John Ankerberg Show"
- Mark Batterson, lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C.
- Craig Blomberg, New Testament scholar at Denver Seminary
- Elie Buconyori, founder and President of Hope Africa University and Bishop of the free Methodist church in Burundi and Kenya.
- William Lane Craig, apologist and professor of philosophy at Biola University's Talbot School of Theology
- W. Kent Fuchs - provost of Cornell University
- Bill Hybels, founder and senior pastor of Willow Creek Church
- Douglas J. Moo, New Testament scholar and theologian
- James MacDonald, popular pastor and speaker
- Scot McKnight, noted blogger, author, and New Testament scholar at North Park University
- Mark Noll, noted Christian historian, professor of history at The University of Notre Dame
- John D. Robb, chairman of the International Prayer Council
- Jeffrey Neil Steenson, coordinator for Episcopalian priests seeking conversion to Roman Catholicism
- David Falconer Wells, Distinguished Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
- Jim Wallis, author, activist, founder and editor of Sojourners Magazine
- Mark Young, President of Denver Seminary
- Ravi Zacharias, Christian apologist
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