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Video From Our Faculty Symposium on Hermeneutical Issues

Three of our faculty members here at Southern California Seminary recently presented their latest research to our doctoral students who were on campus for summer residency. We are pleased to provide the video and links for further study below. The Divergent Worldview Paradigm as Hermeneutical Foundation for Hebrew Cosmology This is a paper presented by …

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Jennifer Ewing is Presenting at Mythmoot V: Fantastic Frontiers in VA

SCS is please to announce that our Librarian, Jennifer Ewing, is presenting a the upcoming Mythmoot V: Fantastic Frontiers, June 21–24, 2018, National Conference Center in Leesburg, VA on The Bitter Watches of the Night: From Anne Elliot to Éowyn of Rohan—Crossing Frontiers from the Home front to the Battlefront. Abstract R. R. Tolkien is often …

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Dr. Mutie's Newest Publication in Indiana University Press

Dr. Mutie’s Newest Publication in Indiana University Press

SCS is pleased to announce that SCS Professor Dr. Mutie’s article, Attitudes toward Death in Greco-Roman and Early Christian Cultures, was published in Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies Vol. 2, No. 2, Emotions, Death and Dying (Winter 2017), pp. 89-115. Abstract This article explores how death was understood in late Antiquity in Greco-Roman and Christian cultures. It argues …

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Baptist Press: "Genesis: Paradise Lost" Back for 1 Night

Ken Ham, president and CEO of Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum, is among panelists and endorsers. “I am so excited that the message of God’s record of history at its beginning is now a 3D cinema event, and that it is already resonating with so many people,” Ham said in Creation Today’s Nov. …

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Book Release Event: Forged From Reformation

To All Associated with SCS (and beyond), On Friday Oct 27 @ 6:30pm at the Event Center on the Shadow Mountain campus, we will be hosting a promotional event for the new SCS Press publication, Forged From Reformation: How Dispensational Thought Advances the Reformed Legacy. The evening will consist of several of the book’s authors …

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SCS Professors & Students Presenting at ETS 2017

The 2017 Evangelical Theological Society, Far West Region on April 21 is centered on the theme, 500 Years of Reformation: Sola Scriptura. In addition to plenary speaker Dr. Carl R. Trueman, Southern California Seminary has several of our professors presenting papers. The Reformation principle of sola Scriptura rests squarely upon a hermeneutical foundation of protestant …

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Dr. Miller in Renewal: Journal of West Africa Theological Seminary

Dr. Miller’s article,”The Unity of Brotherhood in the African Church: Establishing a Biblical self-Identity in the Shared Leadership of Elders,” was peer reviewed and selected for publication in Renewal: Journal of West Africa Theological Seminary 3, no. 1 (October 2016): 49-73. ABSTRACT The Continent of Africa has an enduring Christian legacy; both in what has been penned in …

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