Advice From an M.Div. Student

by Laura Guichelaar, ‘14 Hey everyone, welcome (back) to CTS! Life around here can be hectic, but there are some things that bring out the best in CTS life. Looking back over my past two years, I … [Read more...]

Things to Know for the M.T.S. Program at CTS

by Dylan Pahman, ‘12 I have a number of recommendations that I found helpful in my studies in the M.T.S. program at CTS. To save space, I will simply list and explain: Test out of as many … [Read more...]

Advice For M.A. Students

by Becky Hoeksema, ‘12 Consider yourself lucky. Yes. Lucky. You are a Master of Arts student. You have joined the ranks of people who know that there is knowledge to be had, the ranks of people who … [Read more...]

The Clownfish of Seminary

by Elle Boersma, ’13 Having studied Kinesiology in undergrad, I wanted to approach this article in a way that made sense to me. I love analogies and anatomy, so naturally my first thought was an … [Read more...]

Advice For Th.M. Students

by Reita Yazawa, ’08 Th.M.  1. How to Study I think in American classroom culture, especially in Th.M. courses, it is very important to learn critical thinking or analytical reading. I sometimes … [Read more...]