It seems if there were ever a time when Christians need to demonstrate a faithful engagement with culture and politics the time is now.
Seattle Pacific University is the only private university in the Pacific Northwest to make the 2017 U.S. News and World Report’s Best National Universities list.
Unclear what a dramaturg is? Don’t worry, Paul Adolphsen is happy to break it down.
Novelist Shusaku Endo sought a Christianity that speaks to the Japanese soul. Professor Emeritus of English Luke Reinsma reflects on Endo’s great novel.
Her studies in humanities at SPU gave her the “why” to pilot her academic career in global health.
The term “early adopter” might bring to mind people waiting in long lines to get their hands on the latest hot tech gadget. But Alondra Nelson wants to challenge that assumption a bit. Nelson, who is dean of social science and professor of sociology and gender studies at Columbia […]
Missionary Kenneth Bae told his story in Seattle Pacific University’s chapel service on October 11. He then spoke with Response about his call to mission, how he kept faith during his imprisonment, and his hopes for the future.
Meet poet, memoirist, librettist, and essayist Scott Cairns, the new director of SPU’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program.
Applications are being accepted now for the Autumn Quarter 2017 inaugural class of SPU’s Doctor of Nursing Practice Program.
Last June, Seattle Pacific Seminary received accreditation from the Association of Theological Schools, joining more than 270 institutions in the U.S. and Canada in the pursuit of the highest standards of excellence in academic research, classroom instruction, and pre-professional training.
A few of the latest books published by SPU faculty members.