GRTS' Dr. John Hilber Commences Innovative Research

By Andrew Kischner on November 30, 2016

During his sabbatical, Dr. John Hilber, who teaches Old Testament here at GRTS, has been selected to participate in the Creation Project at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School's Carl F. Henry Center for Theological Understanding. We were delighted when Dr. Hilber agreed to share his experience with the Project thus far.

Wisdom to Count Our Days

By Brittany Stichter on November 4, 2016

Dr. Mariano Avila brought this week's chapel message from Psalm 90:11-12 and Ephesians 5:15-16.

He called us to "lament seeking wisdom," to make the most of every moment. Make each day a profitable day. Pay special attention to the unique opportunities God gives us. Don't miss them.

Calling All Christians: Love Your Enemies

By Josh Maurer on November 28, 2016

Recently, many excellent articles have been written addressing the election and the many implications for us as Christians in this "brave new world." I am under no illusion that this brief post will be sufficiently nuanced to engage all the necessarily specific questions that must be asked and answered. Yet, I do believe it will be another helpful and challenging contribution to the discussion.

Determined Students

By Joe Stowell on November 16, 2016

Recently, I received an email from one of our students signed, Dhiraj. Needless to say I was's not your average kind of name. He asked if he could stop by my office and get acquainted. Meeting with students is a high priority with me so given my heightened curiosity about who he was and where he was from made it an easy "yes."

I was not ready for what I heard. Dhiraj is from Nepal. He…