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    Center for Latino Studies To Dedicate New Library With Over 6,000 Volumes

    The journey of a growing library with over 6,000 volumes will continue this week, as the collection finds a new home at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary’s Center for Latino Studies (CLS). The Seminary will dedicate a new library and resource center at the CLS’ location at 740 Walker Street NE in Cleveland, Tennessee at 4:00 […]

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    Contemporary Models of Preaching To Be Offered As a Summer Week-Long Course for Pastors

    The Pentecostal Theological Seminary recently announced its summer online and campus course schedule. Although the Seminary has entered into online education with a significant interest from across the United States, its summer J-term courses remain a popular offering among current students, alumni, and those interested in receiving additional ministry training. J-term courses are only offered […]

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    Pentecostal Theological Seminary Counseling Student Selected for Prestigious Duke Scholarship

    Last week it was announced that Pentecostal Theological Seminary counseling student, Laura Land, is one of only twenty-five individuals awarded a scholarship from Duke University’s Center for Spirituality, Theology, and Health. The scholarship will allow Land to participate in the Center’s 2014 Summer Workshop, a 5-day summer research course that focuses on how to conduct […]

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    Pentecostal Theological Seminary Announces Transition of President

    In a statement released on Wednesday by the Pentecostal Theological Seminary to students, alumni and friends, Dr. Steven Jack Land announced his decision to transition from the Office of the President to a role as “teacher, author, and consultant.” The announcement comes as Land celebrates thirty-seven years of full-time service to the Seminary as an […]

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