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Shepherds Theological Seminary
Class Schedule — Spring, 2017 – January 30-May 18
Graduation May 21, 2017
Hours MONDAY COURSES Mon PT 512 Pedagogical Methodology A. Burggraff 8:30-10:30 am 2 Mon BE 512 New Testament II Coberly 8:30-11:30 am 3 [...]
In this collection, Stephen Davey brings his readable and spiritually encouraging style to four books of the Old Testament. Davey examines the themes of love, leadership, God’s sovereignty, and overcoming adversity in his commentaries on Ruth, Nehemiah, Esther, and Job. Each of these commentaries brings the timeless lessons of Scripture to new light and offers [...]
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Shepherds Theological Seminary Accredited by Nation’s Top Accreditation Body
Cary, NC, June 22, 2016 – The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), the premier theological accreditation body, [...]
Aristotle often evaluated a thing with respect to its “telos” – its purpose, end, or goal. The telos of a knife is to cut. The telos of a physician is health or healing. What is the telos of university?The harvardmost obvious answer is “truth” –- the word appears on so many university crests. But increasingly, [...]
The Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament series “offers an accessible and
comprehensive, though not exhaustive, treatment of the Greek New Testament” (p. ix) in which a growing number of volumes is now available. David deSilva, Trustees’ Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary, has provided this volume covering [...]
After giving notice that Abimelech has risen to be the “king of Israel,” in verse 22, the narrator of Judges immediately moves to the rebellion of Shechem. The text begins with the reason for the rebellion, giving the reader a behind-the-scenes look, much like Job, of the disaster, appearing like a small cloud far out [...]
Last week, in an extraordinarily deft, gracious, and thorough 20-page paper titled, “A Theological Summary of Human Sexuality,” InterVarsity Christian Fellowship affirmed its historic commitment to the Bible’s teaching on human sexual behavior. “Marriage (in the Bible) is defined as a distinctive union between one man and one woman, as husband and wife, in which [...]