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Morningside Heights, New York – May 12, 2011– New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) and the Eugene A. Nida Institute for Biblical Scholarship of the American Bible Society (ABS) announce the formation of a Doctor of Ministry in Bible Engagement cohort group for academic year 2011-2012.  The cohort will be one of several groups working […]

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There has been much talk about the demise of mainline churches in the US in recent years. But there are also numerous signs of renewal. Mainline churches have become more inclusive, more diverse, and more open to God’s transforming grace than ever before in their history. They have done so with sound and energetic biblical […]

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The Nida Institute for Biblical Scholarship is the American Bible Society’s scholarly arm. As such it is responsible for the careful study and dissemination of theories and practices that affect how the Bible is translated, interpreted, and employed for the benefit of the church and humankind. Drawing upon the Bible Society’s nearly two-centuries’ worth of […]

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NYTS Events

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NYTS Events Calendar

For individual events, please check the front page of the NYTS website.

Download the calendar as a PDF HERE.


April 24 or 26, 2018 Spring Open House
Dr. Adriane Hill
Director of Vocational Discernment
212-870-1212 |

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Download the Summer Institute Brochure HERE.

  Continuing Education and Partner Church cost: $50 / credit

Audit fee: $150.00 / credit, for current matriculated seminary students only.

Courses are open to clergy and other religious leaders who are seeking continuing education opportunities, as well […]

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Teaching New Testament at New York Theological Seminary:
On the Night After Charleston
Dr. Efrain Agosto
June 22, 2015


For the Official Statement from New York Theological Seminary, please click HERE


We gathered for our regular summer session class […]

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 A Project of the Center for the Study and Practice of Urban Religion

at New York Theological Seminary


A city isn’t just a place to live, to shop, to go out and have kids play. It’s a place that implicates how one derives one’s ethics, how one develops a […]

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