Theology

Engage in hermeneutics, dogmatics, church history, and theology to deepen your understanding of the Triune God.

Who Were the Danbury Baptists?

The Baptist story is integral to the history of the United States.

Jonathan McCormick
Director of Library Services | Associate Professor of Theological Research
Dr. Jonathan McCormick’s dissertation examined the tradition of confessions of faith among Baptists in the United States through the 1925 Baptist Faith and Message.

John Webster and the Holiness of Preaching

For Webster, preaching and pastoral work is one of a profound vocation; a calling to emulate the God who preaches.

Robb Torseth
Public Service Librarian & Adjunct Professor at Gateway Seminary

The “Earliest Record of Jesus’ Childhood”: Clarifying some Recent Headlines

Is the recently discovered Infancy Gospel fragment significant? Yes. Does it tell us anything new about Jesus? No.

Daniel M. Gurtner, Ph.D.
Professor of New Testament Studies
Dr. Gurtner has a passion for making Christ known through careful, deliberate, and worshipful study of the Bible, and training students to do the same.

The Advancement of Technology is Not Towards Heaven

As technology continues to advance, we must be careful not to find an underlying belief deep in our hearts that our job is to create heaven on earth.

Mike Kirby
Professor of Computer Science, University of Utah
Mike Kirby is a professor of computer science within the Kahlert School of Computing at the University of Utah.

Favorite Book of 2023 + Books I Read

Dr. Chris Woznicki shares his favorite books of the past year.

Chris Woznicki
Affiliate Instructor in Theology at Fuller Seminary, JEC Research Fellow

The Sound of Groaning: A Reflection on Romans 8:18-30

God’s word, specifically Romans 8, has good news for anyone in a season of groaning: we are not alone.

Jon Limm
Associate Pastor at Sycamore Hill Church
Jon Limm serves as an Associate Pastor at Sycamore Hill Church in Delaware. He is a recent Gateway graduate with a Master's in Theological Studies.

John Webster and the Holy Habits of Theology

According to Webster, holiness is not something we merely learn about, study, or contemplate: it is something we cherish, do, and emulate.

Robb Torseth
Public Service Librarian & Adjunct Professor at Gateway Seminary

ADVENT DEVOTIONALS 2023

Use this set of advent devotionals to revisit the story of Christmas in the Bible.

Eddie Pate
Director, Kim School of Global Missions | Professor of Evangelism
Eddie Pate, professor of evangelism and director of the David and Faith Kim School of Global Missions, has been associated with Gateway in one way or another since 2005. Dr. Pate and his family served in Jordan and Sudan for over a decade. Eddie served as the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church, Barstow California from 1986-1993 and again from 2012 to 2021.

An Identity Crisis

Dr. Iorg invites you to attend this year's Intersect Conference at Gateway Seminary to learn more about what "in Christ" means for identity in the 21st century.

Jeff Iorg
President Emeritus
Dr. Jeff Iorg is the president emeritus of Gateway Seminary. Prior to his service at the Seminary, Dr. Iorg was the Executive Director of the Northwest Baptist Convention for almost ten years. He was also the founding pastor of Greater Gresham Baptist Church in Gresham, Oregon, and has served as a pastor in Missouri and a staff pastor in Texas.

Three Fatal Flaws in the “Gender as Social Construct” Position

Society is at a crossroads—either God institutes biological sex by which a person’s gender is established, or gender is a social construct and thus open to be revised, rejected, or assigned.

Adam P. Groza
President
Adam is a native Californian and has taught philosophy-related classes at a variety of institutions including California Baptist University, Tarleton State University, Scarborough College, and Korea Baptist Theological Seminary.