News and Events
Seminary Banquet Tickets Are Available Now!
Graduation is just around the corner! As always, we are planning an exciting Spring Banquet for faculty, staff, and students to attend on the Thursday evening before Commencement. This year, our special guest speaker will be Henry Blackaby.
The event will be held on May 9 at the Club Pavilion at Williams Stadium, from 6:00-9:00 PM. All graduates and adult family members are welcome to attend (No children under 14 please). Dress is semi-formal. Tickets can be purchased online for only $5.
Please make sure to print out your ticket confirmation to bring to the event! Seats are limited, so buy your tickets soon!
The New Faculty Blog
Now you can see what the LBTS faculty has to say about a variety of subjects outside of the classroom. Check out the LBTS Blog for the latest insights into the topics you face everyday!
Interested in whats happening at the seminary? Check out or newsletter, ESCALATE. Each month you'll get to see different elements of the seminary, hear from the profs, and get the lastest updates from LBTS.
2013 Class Schedules
Spring registration is just around the corner! If you haven't decided which classes to take, here is a list of all the classes we are offering this summer:
“The new issue of Eleutheria (Vol. 2, Issue 1) is now available for download through our Digital Commons page. This issue contains articles relating to the areas of missiology, exegesis, Christology, and epistemology. We trust you will enjoy these publications and appreciate the hard work that has gone into them.
In addition, Eleutheria is now accepting papers for review from any graduate student studying in the areas of Theology and Philosophy, Scripture and Interpretation, and Church and Mission. Papers will be considered from any of the above areas. For more information on previous issues, how to submit, the areas of specialization, the review process, being a reviewer, submission guidelines, journal leadership, etc., please go to the Eleutheria website.
The mission of Eleutheria is “to glorify God through the publication of excellent graduate student scholarship from an evangelical perspective in the areas of Theology and Philosophy, Scripture and Interpretation, and Church and Mission.” The journal is entirely led, edited, and peer-reviewed by graduate students and overseen by a Faculty Advisory Board. The journal is supported by Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary but welcomes all graduate students to participate and submit manuscripts.
To submit a paper, follow the “Submit Article” link on the website. Decisions on papers will be reached within four months of submission. For more information on Eleutheria, please contact Chad Thornhill, Managing Editor.”