New SATS Video Content

We have been recording a lot of video content much of which has been released online. We cover topics ranging from: Church Leadership, Biblical Archaeology, Islam, Doctrine, Spirituality, and much more.

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You can sit in on a SATS PhD Oral Defence

Batanayi I. Manyika will give an oral defence of his PhD Thesis titled “Philemon: A Transformation of Social Orders” on the 9th of June, 14:00 (C.A.T).

If you are interested in listening to this fascinating topic, please contact Dr Robert Falconer at robertf@sats.edu.za for the link to the online forum.

Being African and Female

SATS is pleased to announce the PhD scholarship for African women. While seeking to invest in the theological formation of one successful applicant, SATS hopes to spread the message that its online learning model opens new possibilities for women to pursue theological studies at all levels—from certificate to PhD. To apply, you must meet the following criteria:

  • African and female
  • Hold an accredited research master’s degree, preferably in theology
  • Hold a significant position in your local church or community

Applications for this scholarship will close on the 28th of August. Apply now!

Crossroads Conversations with Biola Apologetics Professor Sean McDowell

We find ourselves at a crossroads in so many areas at this moment in history. How is COVID-19 changing ministry today? What is the most impactful way to mentor emerging leaders? What are the questions Gen Z and Millennials are asking and how do we answer? What does evangelism mean to the younger generations? Join Sean McDowell for a lively and engaging conversation about the times we are living in. You can register HERE.