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SCS prepares the candidate for chaplaincy both mentally and spiritually. A portion of our mission statement says that we want to equip believers to live and minister biblically based on the inerrant word of God. We want to equip the chaplain candidate to bring the love of Christ to the difficult places that our troops go.
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.
Rabbinic insights, while helpful when constructing a historiography relating to post-temple and post-Biblical periods, has limited value when it comes to New Testament study.
The purpose of this paper is to draw meaning directly from the biblical text, as compared against Second Temple period and early Christian literature, and to observe how the Greek terms oikonomos and oikonomia were understood within their cultural-historical framework at the time when they were employed by Jesus and the Apostles.
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.
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.
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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.