About Our Program

The Bible, Religion and Philosophy department of Tabor College is committed to modeling, instructing, inviting and challenging students to a vibrant Christian faith for the strengthening of Christ’s Kingdom in this world.
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Bible, Religion & Philosophy Majors

Biblical and Religious Studies

Adaptive Ministry Leadership



Career Opportunities

  • Pastoral ministry
  • Youth ministry
  • Church planting and mission (including overseas)
  • Contemporary worship leading
  • Para-church ministry
  • Social services
  • Humanitarian aid worker
  • Preparation for seminary, law school and other graduate programs

Why Bible, Religion & Philosophy at Tabor?

  • Strong courses and faculty in Bible, ministry, theology, history, philosophy, and religion
  • Biblical and Religious Studies (BRS) major flexes to student interests and goals
  • Ministry majors mentored in field ministry
  • Practical training in inductive Bible study for all majors, building a thoughtful and informed faith
  • Majors are guided in discerning a call that fits their motivations, gifts, and deep sense of God’s joy
  • Annual mission and educational trips available to places such as Europe, Africa, Asia, South America, the Middle East, and a variety of cities in the U.S.

Since 2006:

  •  37 Tabor graduates have gone on to seminary or graduate school
  • 48 Tabor graduates have entered into full-time pastoral ministry or missionary work

Bible, Religion & Philosophy Faculty

David Faber

David Faber, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy/Religious Studies / Director of Assessment and Institutional Research
Craig Jost

Craig Jost, M.Div.

Director, Carson Center for Global Engagement / Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies
Wendell Loewen

Wendell Loewen, D.Min.

Professor of Youth, Church & Culture / Faith Front Director / Faculty Representative to the Board / Faculty Athletics Representative