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TH501: Systematic Theology I
Professor: David Burggraff
Dates: May 16–20
Times: Monday-Friday 9AM–4:30PM
Credit Hours: 3
TH604: Philosophy & Theological Foundations
Dates: May 16–21
Times: Monday-Friday 6PM–10PM; Saturday 8AM–noon
Credit Hours: 2
BE619: Exposition of I Timothy and Titus
Please join us for the STS Graduation Sunday, May 15th, at 6:00pm in the Student Chapel. The Commencement Address will be delivered by Dr. Stephen Davey, President of Shepherds Theological Seminary.
If you can’t join us in person, feel free to join our live streaming of the event.
A reception will follow the commencement service [...]
Shepherds Theological Seminary is saddened to announce that one of our own faculty members, Dr. Tom Zempel, has gone to be with the Lord. Dr. Zempel joined STS and Colonial Baptist Church in 2011 and was our beloved professor and chair of our biblical counseling program. He will be greatly missed! Below is a moving [...]
Vern Poythress is professor of New Testament interpretation at Westminster Theological Seminary. This book comes near the end of his stellar career and represents his contribution to the ever growing field of biblical hermeneutics.
The title of the book represents Poythress’s desire to respond to what he sees to be a major failing of modern [...]
It’s easy, in our world, to get trapped in the fog of the culture war. In fact this is intentional—progressivism intentionally spins everything into a world changing event, and pushes hundreds (if not thousands) of world changing events every day. Partly this is because the progressive culture is all about “feeling good about myself,” which [...]
“…it is required of stewards that one be found trustworthy.” I Corinthians 4:2
We are a generation of quitters. We quit our jobs and quit on our families, our friends, our churches and our Lord. But this is not unique to the modern-day saint. Paul, in the book of I Corinthians, deals with the Corinthians [...]
Creativity is the making of beautiful things – right? It the painting of a great canvas, the composition of a great melody, the carving of a great statue… Above all, creativity is about making that which is beautiful and, in some sense, impractical. There are some things which break the boundaries between practical and creative, [...]