Union University

School of Theology and Missions

School of Theology and Missions

Whether you are preparing for ministry, planning to teach, or simply seeking to deepen your knowledge of God and His truth, the School of Theology & Missions at Union University will help you achieve your goals. The School of Theology and Missions exists to advance the Kingdom of God through theological education by integrating rigorous academics, skill in teaching, attention to students as individuals, deep devotion to Christ and His Church, and a commitment to reaching the nations with the Gospel. READ MORE

Union’s School of Theology & Missions has gained national recognition as one of the top undergraduate programs in the nation:

  • A large faculty of gifted scholars with specialties in a broad range of disciplines
  • A faculty which not only teaches and mentors effectively, but includes the authors of dozens of volumes in biblical studies, theology, and ministry, including such titles as:
    • The Holman Concise Bible Commentary
    • Preparing for Christian Ministry
    • Biblical Greek Exegesis
    • NIV Application Commentary: Hebrews
    • Handbook of Contemporary Preaching
    • Chance or Dance: An Evaluation of Design
    • Christian Scripture
  • Excellent opportunities for ministry experience and church-related jobs while in school
  • An outstanding record of placing students in top seminaries and graduate schools, where they often receive advanced standing because of the depth of their undergraduate preparation.

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3/25/14 - James Patterson, university professor of Christian thought and tradition and acting dean of the school of theology and missions, delivers a lecture entitled,
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James Patterson, university professor of Christian thought and tradition and acting dean of the school of theology and missions, delivers a lecture entitled, "Bach's Germany: Luther and the Reformation" as a part of a Town and Gown lecture series. - Anne Richoux

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3/25/14 - James Patterson, university professor of Christian thought and tradition and acting dean of the school of theology and missions, begins his lecture by rapping about Martin Luther during the
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James Patterson, university professor of Christian thought and tradition and acting dean of the school of theology and missions, begins his lecture by rapping about Martin Luther during the "Bach as Theologian in his Sacred Cantatas" Town and Gown lecture series. - Anne Richoux

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3/25/14 - James Patterson, university professor of Christian thought and tradition and acting dean of the school of theology and missions, speaks as a part of the
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James Patterson, university professor of Christian thought and tradition and acting dean of the school of theology and missions, speaks as a part of the "Bach as Theologian in his Sacred Cantatas" Town and Gown lecture series. - Anne Richoux

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3/13/14 - Graduate students listen as Justin Barnard, associate dean of the Institute for Intellectual Discipleship and associate professor of philosophy, teaches Introduction to Christian Ethics in Jennings Hall.  - Anne Richoux
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Graduate students listen as Justin Barnard, associate dean of the Institute for Intellectual Discipleship and associate professor of philosophy, teaches Introduction to Christian Ethics in Jennings Hall. - Anne Richoux

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