Thirty-five to graduate from AMBS

Published: May 8, 2014

Mary E. Klassen

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2014 commencement service



Thirty-five students will be honored in the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary commencement service on Saturday, May 24, at College Mennonite Church, Goshen.

James Logan, PhD, associate professor of religion and associate professor and director of African and African American studies at Earlham College, Richmond, Ind., will be the speaker. Logan holds an MA in theology and ethics from AMBS, and a PhD in religion and society from Princeton Seminary.

Sixteen graduates will receive the Master of Divinity degree, completing a three-year program of study to prepare them for ministry. Three people will earn the Master of Arts: Peace Studies degree; two the Master of Arts: Theological Studies; and two the Master of Arts in Christian Formation. Eleven people will earn a certificate, recognizing the completion of at least one year of study. One student will be honored for completing the AMBS–Great Plains program of study.

Graduates represent six countries with one each from Paraguay, Thailand, Tanzania and Korea; five from Canada and 25 from the U.S.

Graduates: Download your schedule for May 23 and 24.

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