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HELPING YOU DO MINISTRY BETTER Harding School of Theology offers you graduate-level seminary studies to better equip you for ministry leadership, theological studies, and counseling. You will join... Read more

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  The Harding School of Theology library is more than a collection of books. It’s your source for information and connection to the larger world, whether through online databases, tips from... Read more



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The Bridge Fall 2015

November 23, 2015 | Written by Matt Carter

The Power of the Spirit As a subscriber to The Bridge, you are a part of a community that goes around the world. Whether you are an alumnus, a donor, a friend, or all three, we appreciate your interest in working with us to equip Christian leaders for a lifetime of service. In The Bridge Fall 2015: The theme for the HST academic year 2015-2016 is The Power of the Spirit. Read the theme article by Dr. Mark E. Powell. HST Librarian Don Meredith honored by HU College of Bible and Ministry... Read more

Across the Bridge Fall 2015

November 23, 2015 | Written by Matt Carter

This issue of Across the Bridge expands articles and information from The Bridge, Fall 2015. HST welcomes Lance Hawley to the Bible department. Hawley will be teaching Old Testament and Hebrew language courses. Hawley featured (along with Bob Turner and Kevin Shelby) in a recent video sent to HST alumni and shown at the HST Alumni Luncheon at the recent Harding Lectureship. Get to know him and Dr. Shelby! HST congratulates Dr. Dave Bland on the publication of his new book, Proverbs and... Read more

See Greece and Ephesus with Dr. Huffard

November 23, 2015 | Written by Matt Carter

Tour Greece and Ephesus with Evertt W. Huffard! May 28 – June 6 A tour of Greece, a land rich in classical and biblical history, will forever change how you read Acts. Visiting the cities of Philippi, Thessalonica, Athens, Corinth, Crete, and Ephesus gives new insights into the world in which Paul preached the Gospel. Add the beautiful vistas, wonderful Greek food, and times for spiritual reflection to the itinerary and you create memories for a life-time. Click for details,... Read more

The New Testament in the New World – A Tour with Oster and Turner

November 10, 2015 | Written by Matt Carter

The New Testament in the New World A Culturally-Savvy Tour of Boston, New York, and Philadelphia with Richard Oster and Bob Turner Join us on a tour of three of America’s most beloved cities: Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. These bustling centers have more than just taxi cabs, famous streets, historic buildings, and greasy food. They also boast museums with some of the most important ancient artifacts in the world, which will help you understand the New Testament like never... Read more

Where did all those books come from?

October 22, 2015 | Written by Matt Carter

When students walk into our library, one of the first things they see is a table for New Books. Without question, more books get checked out from here than from any other shelf. But you might wonder how they got there. What is the process for adding books to the library? Who decides what to buy? It might be argued that average libraries build collections, good libraries offer services, and great libraries create community. While the aim of a library is to create community, there must... Read more