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Dr. Jeremiah Mutie Will Speak at the 13th Annual Conference on Dispensational Hermeneutics

  A Critical Examination of the Church’s Reception of Emperor Constantine’s Edict of Milan of A.D. 313   Since its enactment in A.D. 313, the Edict of Milan (sometimes referred to as “the Edict of Toleration”), an edict that freed Christianity from empire-wide persecution, Constantine’s declaration has received a significant amount of attention within Christendom. …

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Prepare, Succeed, Advance: A Guidebook for Getting a PhD in Biblical Studies and Beyond

Desiring to give direction to ambitious doctorate seekers, this book is a virtual manifesto of Gupta’s own trial-and-errors in traversing the PhD journey. Because the author’s doctorate is in New Testament (from the University of Durham), the book is geared specifically toward those seeking a research doctorate in fields related to biblical studies yet without being restricted to the NT.

The Current Need for Theological Education in Africa

Contextualization must never be an uncritical amalgamation of the elements of culture deemed good and an intentional overlooking or even incorporating the evil in the culture. The other seeming reason for this unending syncretism in the church in Africa seems is a continued feeling that “Christ alone” is not enough to deal with the woes continually afflicting the people of Africa, Christians included.

Press Release: SCSPress announces its newest publication Visual Outline Charts of the New Testament by author M. Scott Bashoor

“This work will differ from so many books on the biblical text in which authors write about what a given scholar thinks about each book, or discussion of external information relating to the books. Professor Bashoor’s work allows the actual content of the NT to be understood by the reader.” – H. Wayne House, M.A., J.D., Th.D., Distinguished Research Professor of Theology, Law, and Culture, Faith International University and Faith Seminary

Rolland Slade elected first African American chair by SBC Executive Committee

The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee elected its first African American chair in a special called meeting June 16. Rolland Slade, pastor of Meridian Baptist Church in El Cajon, Calif., was unopposed as chair and was unanimously elected by ballot vote. Outgoing chair Mike Stone called for a ballot vote, he said, to mark the …

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Dr. Mutie’s review is published in Church History Studies in Christianity and Culture

  This quarterly peer-reviewed journal publishes original research articles and book reviews covering all areas of the history of Christianity and its cultural contexts in all places and times, including its non-Western expressions. Specialists and historians of Christianity in general find Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture an international publication regularly cited throughout the world and …

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