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Emily Haworth: Preparing for Israel 2017

The time has finally come for several members of the Shiloh University student body and faculty to travel to Israel! In preparation for our trip, I asked our students how their studies have impacted their excitement for our visit to the Holy Land. For a unique perspective, I reached out to Emily Haworth. Emily participated

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Saralyn Richardson: Preparing for Israel 2017

The first Shiloh University trip to Israel with several members of the student body and faculty is less than a month away! In preparation, I asked some of our students how their studies have impacted their excitement for their visit to the Holy Land. This is what Saralyn Richardson, Master of Divinity student, shared with

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Jeremy Richardson: Preparing for Israel 2017

As the first Shiloh University Israel trip draws near, the excitement is building! If you missed our previous blog, I can catch you up quickly. Several members of the Shiloh University student body and faculty will travel to Israel this spring to tour the Holy Land. I asked Bachelor of Arts in New Testament Studies

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Daniel Oliveira: Preparing for Israel 2017

For the first time several members from the Shiloh University student body and faculty have the opportunity to travel to Israel this spring. In preparation for our trip, I asked some of our students how their studies have impacted their excitement for their visit to the Holy Land. This is what Pastor Daniel Oliveira, Master

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Jewish Roots of Our Faith

Christianity is deeply rooted in the Jewish religion, culture, and history. Becoming familiar with this background is foundational for those who desire a deeper understanding of the writings that make up the New Testament. The Church was born on the day of Pentecost – after Jesus’ earthly ministry was completed. The Jewish followers of Christ

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Encountering God’s Goodness in Egypt — Reflection from Dr. Chiqui Wood

Last November I had the great opportunity to go to Egypt with a team of women from my church. The main purpose of the trip was to partner with Healing Grace Ministry, whose work is to transform Egyptian children and communities through Jesus, education, and health. The work they do is amazing, but that would

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Welcome New Academic Dean, Chiqui Wood

Shiloh University is excited to introduce a new member of its academic administration. In late 2016, Dr. Ana “Chiqui” Wood assumed the role of Graduate Academic Dean and will also teach at both the Doctoral and Graduate level. Dr. Wood will oversee the ongoing improvement of the University’s graduate programs, working in concert with the

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A Map for Life & Teaching

Philosophy comes from two Greek words, Philein and Sophia, meaning the love of wisdom.[1] The book of Proverbs tells us to seek wisdom, to love wisdom, and to follow in its path (Prov. 2:1-12, 2:13-26). Our personal philosophy can be defined as the way we view life, the world, and God. Our philosophy is the

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Learning God’s Word Through Engaging Your Whole Being

In Deuteronomy chapter 6 our Heavenly Father commands that the “whole person” be involved in the learning process. He encourages the involvement of our emotions, relationships, minds, and actions in learning and becoming His Word. “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your

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2016 Graduation Ceremony

Shiloh University held its third graduation on July 5th at the Shiloh Church and Conference Center. This traditional ceremony began with a processional of the University leadership, Academic Council, and the graduates who were welcomed enthusiastically. President Christopher Reeves greeted all those in attendance. He spoke of the rich spiritual and academic heritage that the

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