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The Search for Significance

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Post Written by Stephen T. Hague – William James in Essays on Faith and Morals asks two big questions: “What makes life significant?” And, “Is life worth living?” He notes rightly that there are many things (culture, ideals, heroism) that give some kind of significance to life, yet that fail “when they pretend singly to redeem life of insignificance”… Read more »

The Art of Music in Worship

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Post Written by Gloria Hague – I was trained in a secular college to do church music. During that training, I became a Christian. With new eyesight, the words of much of the music we were singing took on a deep and profound meaning. What changed everything for me, and was a point of great… Read more »

Faith Seminary Graduates Class

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(From Thursday, May 19, 1938 Christian Beacon Vol. III – No. 15) Rev. James R. Graham Brings First Commencement Address An enthusiastic group of Christian people filled the First Independent Church of Wilmington to overflowing on Friday evening, May 13. The occasion was the first annual commencement of Faith Theological Seminary. The exercises marked the… Read more »

Book Review: Jesus Calling

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Post written by Academic Dean and Professor of Biblical Theology, Dr. Stephen Hague – On Jesus Calling by the Sarah Young [the Mystic][1] A very popular author, Sarah Young, has published a devotional that she claims came to her by direct dictation from Jesus. My concerns with this devotional are not with its content per… Read more »

New Logo and Website

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FTS has launched our newly redesigned website.  This project was initiated by Director of Admissions, Michael Dewalt.  The structure of the site has changed slightly to make it more accessible to both new and existing visitors. These changes reflect the trend of more simple and functional web design. The new site is also mobile-friendly, allowing you… Read more »

Why America?

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Post Written by Norman Manohar – It is still fresh in my mind even though it happened 26 years ago. It was a hot summer day in Madras, India. I was anxiously standing in a long line of visa applicants in front of the U.S. Consulate, waiting to see the result. It was a nail-biting… Read more »

America the Beautiful

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Post Written by Jack C. Briscoe – We are living in a very critical time in our great country. The economic crisis has caused an economic riptide globally and reeked financial havoc throughout the world. Even with all the great expertise that is the hallmark of our society, our experts are stymied by the financial… Read more »

David Paul, Class of ’71

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Are You Wondering about a Calling from the Lord? In 1967, David Paul wondered where the Lord would lead him. Like many Christians, he had no idea what the Lord intended for his life. But, he believed God was calling him to ministry. Where was the Lord leading him? Just as importantly, where could he… Read more »