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One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism offers a historical theology of the doctrine of baptism in the Holy Spirit via a critical analysis of the history of denominationalism.
“I knew specifically I wanted to work in the field of addiction and mental health,” he said, adding that is what he has been doing for the last eight years.
Early church historiography underwent a significant shift that eventually culminated in the current extreme historiographies of such scholars as Bart D. Ehrman (1955-).
Dr. Jeremiah Mutie publishes a fascinating journal article investigating Valentinian Gnosticism and its reinterpretation of gnostic ideas into the passion of Christ.
Surprisingly, not much has been published addressing this topic. Filling the void, this highly accessible introduction to the subject answers why Christians need to be biblically literate, what biblical
Title: “Forgery and the Fourth Gospel: Implications of Pseudepigraphy and Authority in the Johannine Corpus” Cory M. Marsh, PhD. Abstract: Recently, Hugo
Our journey together through the Bible from cover-to-cover takes an important turn in this installment as our study pivots from the Old to the New,
Dr. Cory M. Marsh will be presenting at the Society of Biblical Literature, Pacific Coast Region Feb 27, 2022
Dr. Cory M. Marsh will be presenting at the Society of Biblical Literature, Pacific Coast Region Feb 27, 2022. His paper is entitled, “A Hermeneutic
It pictures God as the ultimate sovereign and Messiah as the pinnacle expression of God who suffered in glory. The believer’s union with Messiah manifests tangibly in his or her own suffering for God’s glory. Because Messiah is God, suffering reveals the character of God in unexpected but glorious ways to the believer.
Dr. Marsh’s article in Evangelical Quarterly is entitled, “A Theology of Believer’s Repentance in Habakkuk from a Triadic Approach” has been published in Brill’s, Evangelical
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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.