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Dispensation, the idea of Gods’ management of the household is one which Jesus used several times in his teaching recorded in Luke chapters 12 and 16.
Embarking on a journey of spiritual growth and academic excellence is a profound decision—one that requires careful consideration and discernment. Choosing the right Seminary
In Discovering Dispensationalism, a dozen leading scholars trace the development of dispensational thought from the world of the New Testament through the present day.
Scholars are now beginning to employ Moral Injury theory as an interpretive frame of reference to biblical scenes depicting high intensity scenarios where moral values are challenged.
Modernity is the confluence of individualism, industrialization with technological and economic growth, and their subsequent outworking on a particular society and the inevitable secularization that it produces.
This paper surveys the possible meanings when John said he οὐκ ᾔδειν Jesus, and how those can be reconciled with the other synoptic accounts.
Scholars have long recognized that repetition is a common literary device used by the biblical authors to call attention to something important. An often-overlooked example is the virtually exclusive Pauline phrase, μὴ γένοιτο (“may it never be!”), which communicates a negation of abhorrence in koine Greek.
Dr. Jeremiah Mutie will publish Death and Afterlife in Medieval Christian Thought with prestigious UK publisher Routledge
Dr. Jeremiah Mutie has been contracted to write a book titled Death and Afterlife in Medieval Christian Thought with the prestigious United Kingdom publisher
Building resilience takes time and practice, but with perseverance, you can develop the skills and mindset to overcome the challenges you may face as a student.
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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.