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New Child Protection Policy and Christmas 2015 Programs: Our January 2016 Newsletter!

ABTS started 2016 off with our long-awaited office relocation! ...
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Syria Through the Eyes of Our Syrian Students: November 2015 Newsletter

The daunting headlines of war in Syria and the fate of Christians in the Middle East have captured the world’s attention since 2011. ...
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Summer 2015 Updates From Returning ABTS Students in This Month's Newsletter!

ABTS’s 2015-2016 academic year is officially underway! Second- and third-year students began their elective courses on September 7th, and first-year students began their Induction and Survey Module on October 12th. ...
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An Article from ABTS Faculty Walid Zailaa: The Story of Ruth in its Revised Version

I lift my eyes from the modern 21st century Middle East to immemorial antiquity, where two women are performing on the stage of history....
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The Master of Religion: A Scholarly Exploration of the Middle East Through Local Lenses

. Launched in 2012, the MRel is a flexible distance-learning program organized into modules, rather than courses, to allow for more effective multidisciplinary inquiry and learning....
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A “Back to School” Interview with ABTS Registrar Rana Wazir

As autumn approaches and the 2015-2016 academic year begins, the ABTS staff and faculty have been busily preparing for the return of our students. ...
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Interview With Our Registrar, the September 2015 Newsletter!

As autumn approaches and the 2015-2016 academic year begins, the ABTS staff and faculty have been busily preparing for the return of our students. ...
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From the ABTS Archives: a Newsletter from 1999!

Recently, while rummaging through old files, we discovered an original ABTS Newsletter from 1999!...
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August 2015 Newsletter Features Stories of ABTS Graduates

This month we are excited to share stories from our past graduates who are serving the Church in the Middle East and North Africa. ...
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