The Just Thinking Scholarship
Just Thinking is committed to applying biblical truth to social, cultural, political, and theological issues in our world.
The Master’s University is partnering with Just Thinking to help recognize and develop students who have the ability to tackle some of the most pressing and significant issues of our culture today. We are searching for students who have the courage and willingness to defend the inerrancy, authority, and sufficiency of the Scriptures, and who can develop a careful analysis and evaluation of information and ideas while carrying forth an unashamed proclamation of the gospel.
About Just Thinking Ministries
Darrell B. Harrison, who serves as Dean of Social Media at Grace To You , and Virgil L. Walker, who serves as the Executive Director of Operations for G3 Ministries, lead Just Thinking Ministries which includes the blog, podcast, and additional resources aimed at applying biblical truth to social, cultural, political, and theological issues in our world.
Application Requirements & Deadlines
$10,000 April 30
The Just Thinking 2021 Scholarship is open to new fall 2021 on-campus undergraduate students applying for the first time to The Master’s University. Students must complete the TMU admissions process and be admitted to be considered for the Just Thinking scholarship. Not applicable for TMU Online students.
Step 1: Complete TMU Undergraduate Admissions here.
Step 2: Apply for the Just Thinking Scholarship here, which includes the essay question “Why is biblical anthropology vital to how the Church responds on issues involving race and culture?”
The application deadline for the Just Thinking Scholarship is April 30, 2021.
Qualified applicants’ submissions will be evaluated by the Just Thinking team to select five (5) individual students to receive a $10,000 scholarship each. Scholarships will be applied directly to the students’ financial aid package. Standard financial aid eligibility applies for awarding and renewal.
Scholarship recipients will also have the unique opportunity to interact with Darrel Harrison in regular symposiums throughout their career at the University.
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