The Warfield Seminar is an opportunity for students to engage in informal conversation with professors on their current research.
Named after theologian B.B. Warfield, it is held about three times a semester, and a professor makes available a paper that he has been working on, often in preparation for a conference presentation, journal article, or chapter in a book. At the Warfield Seminar the professor presents his argument and engages in discussion with students and professors about his research and conclusions. Students have the opportunity to expand the horizons of their theological education through these unique engagements.