OTCS Dean, Dr. Donald Tinder, gave a lecture on the history of Christianity in China on Monday, Aug. 14 to a group of people who are scheduled to go to mainland China this coming autumn to teach in Chinese universities.
Summer is an exciting mission opportunity for the students at Olivet Theological College & Seminary (OTCS), who collaborates with local churches to provide students a practical field experience.
Olivet Theological College and Seminary (OTCS) begins a two-week intensive course on Systematic Theology with Dr. James Sawyer at Olivet University's San Francisco campus.
Olivet Theological College & Seminary (OTCS) finished a three-week intensive course on New Testament, Acts & Pauline Epistles, with Dr. Rick Calenberg at its San Francisco campus. The course is the second segment ...
Olivet University is helping the Romans Project by providing video lectures for the project participants. The Romans Project was begun four years ago by John Corey, ...
Dr. Donald Tinder, the Dean of Olivet University's Theological College & Seminary (OTCS), was invited to give lectures at the Biblical Seminary of Colombia in Medellin, Colombia from April 2-5.
Olivet University's Theological College & Seminary (OTCS) is expecting new faculty members to join for the spring term.
Dr. Thomas Schirrmacher, Executive Chair of Theological Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance and a Doctoral Advisor at Olivet University, has shared his reflection on the election of the new pope ...
Olivet Theological College & Seminary is offering a class on Christian Ethics. Theologian Dr. Mark Hanna, who previously taught Apologetics, was invited to teach Ethics course at Olivet University's San Francisco campus.
Olivet Theological College & Seminary (OTCS) welcomed Dr. Creig Marlowe who recently joined Olivet's faculty as an Old Testament professor.
Greetings for Christmas and the New Year from Olivet Theological College and Seminary's Dean Dr. Donald Tinder. Matthew's gospel in chapter two tells us of the visit to Palestine of the Magi ("Wise Men," astrologers who advised the rulers back then, and even today in parts of the world) from somewhere further east in Asia.