The Baptist House of Studies prepares students for Baptist ministry through theological education and participation in a supportive community as they are being formed for Christian ministry at the Divinity School.
Baptist faculty and staff serve as advisers and mentors for more than 100 students from various Baptist denominations, affiliations, and affinities. The house assists the diverse group of students with needs including financial aid, field education, ministry placement, spiritual formation, and alumni networking.
“Ministers of the New Covenant: Participating in the Ministry of Christ”
Curtis Freeman, director of the Baptist House, lectures as part of a symposium on “The Munificent Church” at VU University in Amsterdam April 5, 2013. Watch the video »
Shorthand Written by Roger Williams Decoded After 300 years
The Religious Herald reports on a Baptist House event featuring scholars who spoke about their work translating an essay written by early American Baptist Roger Williams.
Roger Williams Decoded
On April 1, members of a team from Brown University will give a presentation on their project to decode the work of Roger Williams.
Baptist House Retreat Strengthens Bonds of Mentorship
The retreat drew students and alumni to the Divinity School for fellowship and celebration of the Baptist House's 25th anniversary.
Joining God in the World: A Fresh Look at Missions and Evangelism
Read Professor Curtis W. Freeman’s Feb. 1, 2011 address, “The Theology and Practice of Evangelism Among Baptists: Then and Now.”
Baptists and Catholics Discuss Theology
Professor Curtis W. Freeman participates in the final round of Baptist and Catholic talks Dec. 12-18 in Oxford, England.