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The Ins and Outs of Self Publishing: Your Plan, Your Pick

Blogging is one of the most empowering tools available to aspiring authors looking to hone their craft. The internet offers a place where writers get instantaneous feedback on how readers perceive their words. The road from simple blog to shrewd book, however, is an intricate journey where serious writers must become skilled wordsmiths. In this workshop, Dr. Miller shares blogging strategies and techniques to set writers on the course to publishing success.

On Eowyn and Anne Elliot

The similarities between these two women as they cross the frontier from the home front to the battlefront, including their paternal and sibling relationships, attitudes toward duty, descriptions of their physical appearances, sense of loneliness and motifs of death, choices in husbands, and decisions about their futures proves my point.

Because “If” Makes No “Since”

Authorial intent is not simply the “fact” of the matter but also the “heart” of the matter. The author “intends” to reach the heart of the reader and often employs a variety of linguistic styles to do this. Denigrating or even ignoring this part of God’s Word tends to neglect the “heart” behind the truth.

REPENTANCE IN JOHN’S GOSPEL?

Scholars have long observed the absence of “repentance” in John’s Gospel and have responded with vitriol against those who insist repentance is nonetheless required for salvation.

Origen: The Father of Allegorical Interpretation

Origen is remembered for his influence in popularizing the allegorical method of biblical interpretation. This interpretive method became more noticeable in his later years, and perhaps was an outgrowth of his failed attempt at living an aesthetic life.

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Latest SCS Blog articles

The Ins and Outs of Self Publishing: Your Plan, Your Pick

The Ins and Outs of Self Publishing: Your Plan, Your Pick

Blogging is one of the most empowering tools available to aspiring authors looking to hone their craft. The internet offers a place where writers get instantaneous feedback on how readers perceive their words. The road from simple blog to shrewd book, however, is an intricate journey where serious writers must become skilled wordsmiths. In this workshop, Dr. Miller shares blogging strategies and techniques to set writers on the course to publishing success.

On Eowyn and Anne Elliot

On Eowyn and Anne Elliot

The similarities between these two women as they cross the frontier from the home front to the battlefront, including their paternal and sibling relationships, attitudes toward duty, descriptions of their physical appearances, sense of loneliness and motifs of death, choices in husbands, and decisions about their futures proves my point.

Because “If” Makes No “Since”

Because “If” Makes No “Since”

Authorial intent is not simply the “fact” of the matter but also the “heart” of the matter. The author “intends” to reach the heart of the reader and often employs a variety of linguistic styles to do this. Denigrating or even ignoring this part of God’s Word tends to neglect the “heart” behind the truth.

REPENTANCE IN JOHN’S GOSPEL?

REPENTANCE IN JOHN’S GOSPEL?

Scholars have long observed the absence of “repentance” in John’s Gospel and have responded with vitriol against those who insist repentance is nonetheless required for salvation.

Origen: The Father of Allegorical Interpretation

Origen: The Father of Allegorical Interpretation

Origen is remembered for his influence in popularizing the allegorical method of biblical interpretation. This interpretive method became more noticeable in his later years, and perhaps was an outgrowth of his failed attempt at living an aesthetic life.

BLOGS

Featuring scholarly work, journal articles, and papers from in and around the Seminary.

Featuring student happenings at the Seminary and chronicling the life of our students on the mission field, in their pastoral work, and all of the happenings in and around the Campus.

FIT is your connection to human interest & lifestyle features.

Your home for Spiritual Formation and Devotional Writing. Feed your spirit Here!

Your home for Spiritual Formation and Devotional Writing. Feed your spirit Here!