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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
Master of Theology candidates Todd Mathisen (in red) and Isaac Brown published articles in the Journal of Dispensational Theology. Isaac submitted an article titled, “The
Written for the 500th Anniversary of the first Reformation Day on October 31, 1517, Forged From Reformation shows How Dispensational Though Advances the Reformed Legacy.
Students of early Christianity have debated the question of how Christians organized themselves on the issue of caring for the poor dead in comparison and contrast with the prevailing Greco-Roman cultural milieu. The question has centered specifically on the place of the collegia in early Christianity.
The Southern California Seminary Graduate School of Bible and Theology is hosting a comprehensive evaluation visit for initial accreditation by the ATS Commission on Accrediting
A free, live, and streaming event designed to equip men and women who are serving the local church; pastors, small group facilitators, ministry leaders,
With newly expanded material, this updated biography offers a refreshing look at the life and ministry of one of the most controversial and misunderstood figures in modern church history.
Dr. Cory M. Marsh publishes article on “The Hermeneutics of Moral Injury” in Didaktikos: Journal of Theological Education
Didaktikos (Greek for “able to teach,” 1 Tim 3:2) is a peer-reviewed journal of theological education published by the maker of Logos Bible Software, Faithlife,
Debates on whether early Christians relied solely on exorcism and other miraculous healing under the assumption that all diseases are a result of demonic activity, continue. On the one end of this scholarly continuum are those who hold that early Christians only approached disease and healing as purely spiritual phenomena (hence, focusing on exorcism and other kinds of miraculous healing), while, on the other end, others have argued that early Christians accepted a naturalistic view of the causes for diseases and, consequently, sought naturalistic solutions to diseases.
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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.