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Dr. Hare loved to teach, and specifically to prepare the next generation of Bible expositors. He poured himself into Southern California Seminary, in a way that, to me, always conjured images of Paul’s usage of the Greek term spendomai (to be offered, poured out, as a drink offering).
Presented at The Bible Faculty Summit Annual Conference August 6–8, 2019, International Baptist College and Seminary, Chandler, Arizona The Rapture: Cosmic Segregation or Antidote for
Dr. John J. Yeo serves at Southern California Seminary as Professor of Old Testament. His primary interests lie within Old Testament interpretation and Biblical Theology. His publications include the chapter on “Ruth” in A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament (Crossway, 2016), an extended article on “Name Theology” in The Lexham Bible Dictionary (Logos Bible Software, 2012), and book reviews in various theological journals. He also served as a translation specialist on the Book of Job for the revised edition of the Christian Standard Bible (Holman Bible Publishers, 2017
The significance of his research is that it focuses on a period of history that pre-dates John Nelson Darby’s initial gathering with the early brethren to break bread in Dublin in 1827-1828, which later came to be known as the Plymouth Brethren movement.
Students experience many barriers to producing quality research. Library anxiety is one. They mistakenly believe that they should be able to navigate a library by the time they reach college, and they feel shame that they cannot. Alex Nunes suggests that this current generation of students has an additional level of complexity for library instruction: because they have great confidence in their own (untaught) research abilities, they tend to dismiss the value of libraries. Thus, they are not prepared to produce quality student research.
My love for Christ and passion to help women fulfill their God-given purpose fueled the birth of the Women’s Ministry Connection in 2002. I desired to provide an environment where women leaders could connect to be encouraged and strengthened in their faith. Leadership can be a lonely place. Women give so freely of themselves to help others, but often lack a place where they can be refreshed. I also recognized the need to raise up and develop the next generation of leaders.
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After Seminary, many find it difficult to maintain their Greek language skills. This blog will help you maintain your Greek language skills.