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Since 1924, renowned and caring faculty members at Dallas Theological Seminary have trained students to share God’s message—all sixty-six books of the Bible—with people all over the world.  In the alumni office, we are here to encourage, engage, and equip our godly servant-leaders as they proclaim the Word of God and build up the body worldwide. 

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Alumni Stories

Alumni Spotlight

Vladimir Pikman (ThM, 2006)

In 2021, Dallas Theological Seminary launched a new program in Jewish Studies. For years, there had been a discussion about launching a program to fit

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Alumni Spotlight

Amanda Boddeker (MACE, 2018)

On a dark, stormy November evening, Amanda Boddeker (MACE, 2018) burst into the dimly lit Knoxville café like a ray of sunshine breaking through the

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Event

Centennial Alumni Dinner//Miami, FL

Join the Alumni Office for a complimentary Centennial Alumni Dinner in Miami, Florida as we celebrate one hundred years of the Lord’s faithfulness to Dallas Theological Seminary! The dinner

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Centennial Alumni Dinner // Rogers, AR

Join the Alumni Office for a complimentary Centennial Alumni Dinner in Rogers, Arkansas as we celebrate one hundred years of the Lord’s faithfulness to Dallas Theological Seminary! The dinner

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Centennial Alumni Dinner // Austin, TX

Join the Alumni Office for a complimentary Centennial Alumni Dinner in Austin, Texas as we celebrate one hundred years of the Lord’s faithfulness to Dallas Theological Seminary! The dinner

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