BUSTH Students participate in UMC Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference Immersion Experience

The following is an excerpt from United Methodist News article “Native immersion explores culture, horrors” originally published on March 22, 2023 by Jim Patterson, featuring current BUSTH students Ebiye Seimode (STH‘23), Yewon Park (STH‘23), Felix Jibrin (STH‘23), Alec Vaughn (STH‘23) and KMarie Tejeda. Click here to read the full article.  … [Yewon] Park, a student […]

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BUSTH PhD Student Morgan Crago wins Presbyterian Historical Society Grant

The original story was published by Presbyterian Church USA on March 21, 2023. The following is an excerpt only and features current PhD student Morgan Crago (STH‘24). Please click here to read the full article, written by McKenna Britton.  PHS’s research fellowship program awards travel grants of $2,500 for scholars, students and independent researchers who demonstrate a need […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for March 2023

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for March 2023: Eunil David Cho Book Review: Jessica Wai-Fong Wong, Disordered: The Holy Icons and Racial Myths (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2021), Scottish Journal of Theology, 76(1), 86-88. Rebecca Copeland Copeland, R. L. (2023). The Perils of Premature Judgment: Reading Matthew […]

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Prof. Christopher Evans featured on Un-Tied Methodism Podcast

Professor of History of Christianity and Methodist Studies Christopher Evans was featured on the March 16, 2023 podcast published by the United Methodist Church to discuss his new research work and biography on Frances Willard, Do Everything:  The Biography of Frances Willard. He discusses how she was a major architect in 19th-century politics, temperance, and […]

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Prof. Wesley Wildman hosts “Ask Me Anything” Forum on Social Platform Reddit

On Monday, February 27, Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics Wesley Wildman hosted a live “Ask Me Anything” forum on social platform Reddit. Prof. Wildman invited Reddit users to ask him anything about “the ethics of AI [artificial intelligence] text generation in education.” He answered questions “What do you see as the principal ethical risk […]

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Prof. Christopher Evans publishes article in The Conversation

The following is an excerpt from The Conversation US’s article “How Frances Willard shaped feminism by leading the 19th-century temperance movement” by Professor of History of Christianity and Methodist Studies Christopher Evans. Click here to read the full article. Global reach of temperance movement Born in 1839, Willard wanted to become a Methodist minister. Instead, she became a teacher, […]

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