Online M.Div.

An innovative and dynamic online curriculum designed to prepare you for ever-changing “real world” opportunities.

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Saying Yes, Saying No

As one who says “yes” more than is sometimes wise, my colleague’s way of engaging invitations is helpful to me. Indeed, Jesus’ capacity for self-differentiation, e.g., not surrendering his core identity in order to please others, remains the best witness for how to say yes—and no.

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My Experience:

Ethan Bunce, M.Div. Student

I have been at Central since the spring of 2014.  I can honestly say these past three and a half years have been absolutely...

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My Experience:

Ethan Bunce, M.Div. Student

I have been at Central since the spring of 2014.  I can honestly say these past three and a half years have been absolutely incredible.  From meeting with professors, to building relationships with classmates, to pestering our librarians with questions, I have loved every minute of being at Central.  Every semester, or trimester, I am pushed and challenged to think in new ways about the divine.  I have been learning to think in ways that go far beyond just an academic experience.  What I have been learning has been impacting the way that I live each day.  I am so thankful for my time at Central and cannot recommend it enough.

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My Experience:

Eunho Lee, M.Div. Student in the Korean Program

After finishing my study at CBTS, I want to join the Business as Mission Agency to help those who are marginalized and poor to...

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My Experience:

Eunho Lee, M.Div. Student in the Korean Program

After finishing my study at CBTS, I want to join the Business as Mission Agency to help those who are marginalized and poor to get appropriate jobs and become rehabilitated. I have come to realize what God wants from us in worship. If Jesus is the same as the marginalized and poor, then isn’t serving and loving them the same as serving and loving Jesus? I believe that the genuine revival of worship will begin when we serve and love the marginalized and poor – even as Jesus did for us. “I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me” (Mt 25:40).

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