Our New Beginning In Christ
2Cor 5:17 (KJV) Therefore if any man [be] in Christ, [he is] a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.
As New Year’s Day approaches, we all have a tendency to reflect upon the events that have taken place in the previous year. At the same time, we find ourselves turning our attention to the many worldly opportunities that the coming year may hold for us. It is during this time of celebration that we attempt to place our past...Read Full Story
Baltic Methodist Theological Seminary Profile
The Baltic Methodist Theological Seminary began as a dream of the United Methodist Church in what was then Soviet occupied Estonia to provide evangelical theological training for church leaders.
During the fifty years after World War II during which Estonia was forcibly occupied by the Soviet Union, formal theological or pastoral training was prohibited by the communist regime. It was only with the fall of communism in Europe, that Estonia...Read Full Story
Your theology should never be so settled that there is no room for further development. I think this quote from N.T. Wright aptly illustrates the need to read and reread Scripture until Scripture itself informs our conclusions:
“When I began theology, I assumed that all writers not published by the . . . Press, or perhaps the . . . of . . . Trust, were suspect. If I read the right books I would find the ‘answers’. Fortunately, after two years of soaking myself in the Bible itself, I was...Read Full Story
Kenneth Talbot, president and founder of Whitefield Theological Seminary, and his star pupil Samuel Frost, unwittingly tell us why a person should NOT take courses from WTS. In a podcast Talbot did on October 9th 2011 with Frost the two men discuss how Frost was able to become a hyperpreteristi, even though for many years Frost was under the direct tutelage of Talbot (source).
After the listener gets through Frost and Talbot talking over each other, they will hear the blatant and hypocritical...Read Full Story
San Francisco Theological Seminary. Preparing Whole Leaders for the Whole Church Located in San Anselmo, California, Marin County. 105 Seminary Road 94960 San Francisco Theological Seminary is an institution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and a member of the Graduate Theological Union, devoted to graduate theological education in the Reformed tradition. SFTS seeks to prepare women and men of many racial and ethnic backgrounds to serve God in the ministry of the Church of Jesus Christ and...Read Full Story
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