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Reading Scripture with the Protestant Reformers (1)
G. Sujin Pak
The Sturdy Anchor of Doctrine
Wendy J. Deichmann
Church History Resources on the Web
James E. Bradley, Charles J. Scalise, and John L. Thompson
Premodern Biblical Exegesis: Why Does It Matter for Preachers and Teachers Today?
J. Todd Billings
Pastoral Notes from the Preaching Tradition
Michael Pasquarello III
Jesus in the Apocryphal Gospels
Darrell L. Bock
A Protestant Resourcement: Why Theological Education Must Include the Fathers
John Fletcher: The First Wesley Scholar
Laurence W. Wood
Conversing with the Fathers: The Post-Nicenes
Meesaeng Lee Choi
Conversing with the Fathers: The Cappadocians
Joel C. Elowsky
Looking to Share Your Faith? Slow Your Pace
What Is Salvation?
Henry H. Knight III
The Big Picture of Discipleship
Science and Theology: Two Witnesses to Reality
The One Church Plan: Problems of Governance and Theology
David F. Watson
How Good Is the Good News?
Kenneth W. Brewer
Spiritual Formation in Seminary: How Is This to Be Done?
Evan B. Howard
The Connection of Scripture and Doctrine in Early Christian Exegesis
Building a New Testament Library: Romans – Ephesians
Christian Formation and Discipleship
Christianity and Culture
Historical Theology / Church History
Mission / Evangelism
Preaching and Pastoral Leadership
Theology and Psychology
Wesley and the Methodists
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