On January 22nd the first meeting of faculty and students was held in the main building of our university which was timed to the beginning of the academic year and the feast of the “Baptism of the Lord”. John the Baptist urged people to repent (rethink their actions, admit sins, and start a new life […]
On November 15, an exciting event was held in the conference hall of SPbCU, where the entire faculty and student body were gathered. It was dedicated to the presentation of the hebrew scrolls of Esther and Torah to St. Petersburg Christian University. The event was attended by the famous writer, publicist, Protestant (Evangelical Christianity) preacher, […]
On November 20, at 11:30 am, a meeting of students with our guest, Dr. Scott Carroll, was held at the Christian University Library. Scott Carroll – Ph.D., a specialist in biblical archeology, founder of the Museum of the Bible in Washington. In his presentation, Scott Carroll presented findings that clarify events reflected in biblical texts. […]
In this informative book the works of Vyacheslav P. Bartov (Evangelical Christian Baptists in the Tula Region: the daily life of believers 1945-1991) and Anna Pavlova (Evangelical Christian Baptists in Chuvashia: 1945-1991) examine the history of the Baptist communitiesin these regions, with a particular emphasis on the daily lives of their members.
Sadly, many modern Christians fail to fully understand the Old Testament of the Bible and so tend to neglect it in their scriptural studies. Now, however, Russian believers and theological students have a new and powerful tool available in their own language with the publication of “Unlocking the Old Testament” by Janine Johnston!
Students, staff, faculty, and guests all came together in the conference hall at St. Petersburg Christian University on May 19th to celebrate the graduation of students after years of dedicated work and study.
An International Theological Conference Saint Petersburg Christian University (SPbCU) will be hosting its annual international theological conference exploring this year’s theme of “Images of God in the Bible, History, Theology, and Art” from April 19-20, 2018.