Seminary professors travel the world to present scholarly research and participate in conferences. They also publish many articles, author books and hold seminars on a variety of topics. Check back often to see some of their most recent accomplishments.


Doctoral Dissertation Defense: Jolive Chaves

The PhD in religion program is pleased to announce the oral doctoral dissertation defense of Jolive Chaves titled "A Study of the Nones in Brazil and USA in Light of Secularization Theory, With Missiological Implications." ... read more >

Australians Make History at Andrews

Three Australian women graduated with PhDs from Andrews University Seminary earlier this month. What made this event historic was that they all graduated on the same day (May 1). Wendy Jackson (Avondale College) and... read more >

Scholars Present at EGW Research Center Opening

A new Ellen G. White Research Center opened at Bogenhofen Seminary in Austria on the 101st  anniversary of the death of the cofounder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The new research center is the 20th worldwide... read more >

Sacred Space, Sacred Thread

From Gothic cathedrals to the temples, synagogues, chapels and mosques of modern times, do the sacred spaces of the world’s faith traditions still hold meaning in an ever increasing secular world? Is there tolerance for religious clothing or... read more >

The Foundation of All Freedom

Nicholas Miller, professor of church history at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary on the campus of Andrews University, attended the 18th annual “Meeting of Experts,” which is hosted by the Andrews International Religious Liberty Institute. During the meeting,... read more >

Alumnus Wins "Nobel Prize for Blindness"

Andrews University Alumnus Ray McAllister became the first Adventist to win the prestigious Dr. Jacob Bolotin Award at the ninth annual awards event during the 2016 convention in early July. The award comes from the National Federation of... read more >