Dr. Willy Muller kicked off the E P Wahl Centre's new onWORD series with a great overview of the book of Acts, and the series will continue Tuesdays at Taylor. Everyone is welcome, and there is no charge.

Dr. Muller has taught on the Book of Acts many times and in many countries since his first teaching series in 1942. Over the past eight years, he has devoted himself to a study of this history of the first Christians; now, at age 85, he speaks with authority and humility.

onWORD is a weekly journey through scripture, and a variety of teachers will cover many different topics in the months ahead. We hope you will join us for an exploration of the riches of God's Word -- there is no cost to attend, and everyone is welcome.

We ask that you register when you attend for the first time, as Taylor endeavors to keep accurate records of all attendees at our educational events.

View Dr. Muller's comments about the new series here.



onWORD is a new series of Bible teaching events offered at the E P Wahl Centre. Our first series will be a six-week study of the Book of Acts, featuring Dr. Willy Muller. Dr. Muller was a legendary professor at Taylor (1964-1990), and has been involved in pastoral work and world missions since.

The Taylor community joins the family pf former president Dr. Marvin Dewey in mourning the loss of his wife, Becky Dewey, who passed away after a recurrance of cancer. Becky was 61; she passed away a few days short of the couple's 30th anniversary.

Becky and Marv had recently moved back to the Sioux Falls, South Dakota area after spending ten years in Edmonton. During that time, Becky worked as an elementary school teacher at various schools; she also taught elementary school in Owatonna, MN, Osaka, Japan, Sioux Falls, SD.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that Becky's memory be honored with memorials to Sioux Falls Seminary, the University of Sioux Falls, and the Dewey Intercultural Studies Award at Taylor Seminary.

Her online obituary and register book can be seen at www.heritagesfsd.com.

Dr. Rauser Discusses The Shack on TV


Dr. Randal Rauser recently discussed his book Finding God in the Shack on the Daystar TV network. Watch this interview and see why The Shack has generated so much heated discussion, and see how we can explore significant theological issues using this work of fiction.

Part One:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJGmw2ztJl4

 

 

 

Part Two:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv2CrPP3aCk