We believe that gospel labors are too important to be shouldered on one’s own. What is needed is a center for evangelical collaboration, where “experts” of all kinds and from all backgrounds can work together to engage the pressing challenges of our day—in the US and around the world.
The Deerfield Dialogue Group (DDG) is a discussion group that brings TEDS faculty together for regular theological conversation.
The G. Walter Hansen Fellowship supports three PhD students who contribute to our mission of bridging the gap between the academy and the church.
The Christ on Campus Initiative exists to inspire students to think wisely, act with conviction, and become more Christ-like by providing theological resources on contemporary issues.
These lectures are named after former TEDS dean and theological visionary, Kenneth Kantzer. Previous years have covered a range of topics, such as divine presence, election, and liturgy.
Read from our selection of hundreds of articles written by biblical scholars, theologians, and pastors in Sapientia, our online periodical.
View our archive of the publications we have produced on a range of biblical and theological topics.
Watch videos from our public lectures, conferences, and conversations with Christian academics and ministry leaders from around the world.
The Henry Center for Theological Understanding is becoming more and more prominent as one of the most dynamic centers for work on the interface of Christian theology and the sciences, both in the US and worldwide.
Gijsbert van den Brink
Chair of Theology and Science
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
The Henry Center for Theological Understanding is a leading forum for informed scholarly debate, bringing theology and other disciplines into fruitful interaction.
Lecturer and Academic Dean
Institut Biblique de Nogent-sur-Marne, France
For two decades, it has been our great joy to bridge the gap between the academy and the church by cultivating resources and communities that advance Christian wisdom. Please consider supporting our work for the glory of God, the good of his church, and the welfare of the world.