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BIBLIA THEOLOGICA | Ardel B. Caneday
Occasional commentary by a student of the New Testament and of Biblical Theology
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december 2012 by fridalee
Biblical Theology | A forum for all matters pertaining to biblical theology (and some entirely unrelated) | Matthew S. Harmon
I am a sinner saved by God’s grace in 1987. My wife Kate and I have been blessed with two sons (Jonathan and Jacob), who are a source of great joy to us. In addition to our involvement in our local church, as a family we enjoy sports of various kinds, especially basketball and football.
My passion is to help people to see the beauty of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Scriptures, because I am convinced that is what brings transformation (2 Cor 3:18). As a result, the focus of my ministry is the teaching and preaching of God’s Words in various contexts. Since 2006 I have served as Professor of New Testament Studies at Grace College and Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. I am a member of Christ’s Covenant Church, where I serve on the Preaching Team, lead a small group, and teach regularly in our Life Education classes.
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december 2012 by fridalee
Peripatetic Learning | Traveling in the footsteps of those who have gone before | Carl Sweatman
The basic (minor) stuff: Carl Sweatman; Georgia native; alumnus of Shamrock High School (doesn’t exist anymore), Cincinnati Bible College, and Cincinnati Bible Seminary; ordained (children’s) minister; PhD student at the University of Gloucestershire (Cheltenham, England); glutton for intellectual punishment; collector of books–especially old ones; coffee drinker; and pitiful golfer.
The technical/professional version: see here (http://www.linkedin.com/in/carlsweatman), or here (http://cssweatman.googlepages.com/home) –they’re both about the same.
The more meaningful stuff: son, brother, husband, friend, follower of Jesus.
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december 2012 by fridalee
Fundamentally Reformed | Reforming Fundamentalism (IFB) through Reformed Theology
Reforming independent Baptist fundamentalism through Reformed Theology, an ex-fundamentalist discusses theology in general, focusing on problems with hyper fundamentalism
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I’m Bob Hayton, a former Independent Fundamental Baptist (IFB), who now embraces Reformed Theology. I blog to: 1) spread a passion for Jesus Christ, 2) help people harmed by extreme fundamentalism, 3) incite wider reform in fundamentalism & beyond, and 4) defend my theological positions. Also, since 2008, I have focused on reading and reviewing books–using my blog as a tool to encourage me to keep reading. I now have collected all my reviews under the “Book Reviews” tab on this site, and contribute to a group book review site: Cross Focused Reviews (http://crossfocusedreviews.com/).
Religion  Christianity  Reformed  BibleStudy  BiblicalTheology  Theology  Church  Ministry  History  Culture  Politics  Science  Reading  Blogging  Fundamentalism  Calvinism  Education  Research  Blogs  Devotionals  Reviews  Interviews  Articles  Sermons  Testimonies  Resources  Tools 
december 2012 by fridalee
BibleX | Charles Savelle
BibleExposition.net exists to share ideas related to the exposition of God's Word and explore topics related to the Bible in general, theology (both biblical and systematic), archaeology, ministry, and life.
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november 2012 by fridalee
The Naked Bible | Mike Heiser
Biblical theology, stripped bare of denominational confessions and theological systems
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My name is Mike Heiser, and I’m a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (M.A., Ancient History) and the University of Wisconsin- Madison (M.A., Ph.D., Hebrew Bible and Semitic Studies). I taught on the college level for twelve years before accepting my present position working for Logos Bible Software, a company that produces ancient text databases and other digital resources for study of the ancient world and biblical studies.
While I’m not anti-creedal, I am opposed to treating creeds as though they are the final word on articulating biblical theology. Creeds are selective, historically-conditioned, limited by their context and the resources available to their formulators, and often agenda-driven. I’m more concerned with what the text says and what it can sustain in the way of interpretation than I am with creeds, especially if they are recent (read: English-Bible based and flavored with the hermeneutics of 20th century evangelicalism). I also have what I think is a healthy disdain for the trendiness of academia and its own brand of self-assured dogmatics. I’d be a happier guy if every graduate student in biblical studies and theology was forced to take courses in logic and critical thinking. That’ll happen right after the Cubs win the World Series.
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november 2012 by fridalee
Reading Acts | Phillip J. Long
Some Thoughts on the Book of Acts and Pauline Theology
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About the Blog: This blog was originally designed to extend the discussion of Acts based on my evening services at Rush Creek Bible Church in Byron Center, MI, beginning September 14, 2008. My intent then was to post a few comments about the portion of Acts scheduled for that Sunday evening, then I would post a few notes from the evening service on the Monday after I teach the section. After finished the book of Acts, the focus of the blog broadened to include issues of Pauline Theology along with the Book of Acts. I have “read through” the NT on the blog several times, going far beyond the original title. I started including book reviews and commentary on using technology for biblical studies in the summer of 2011, making the title even less accurate.
On the other hand, perhaps the title means “the act of reading” any text, but applying reader-response criticism to your own work seems fairly self-centered.

About Phillip J. Long: I have taught full time at Grace Bible College since 1998, specializing in Bible and Biblical languages. I have two Masters degrees from Talbot School of Theology (BIOLA), one in Biblical Exposition and another in Old Testament. I have a PhD in New Testament from Andrews University. My dissertation was entitled “Messianic Banquet Imagery in the Synoptic Gospels: An Intertextual Study.”
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november 2012 by fridalee
DJ Moo Photography and D Moo Biblical Theology
Learn more about Dr Douglas Moo, Professor of New Testament, and his work OR View and purchase landscape and nature photography from around the world by Doug and Jenny Moo.
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november 2012 by fridalee
Peter Enns — rethinking biblical christianity...
Peter Enns is a biblical scholar who writes, speaks, and teaches on the intersection of Bible and contemporary Christian faith. He follows Jesus and the New York Yankees (in that order), and has far too much of "The Office" dialogue accidentally committed to memory than he would like to admit.
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I graduated from Messiah College in 1982 with a B.S. in Behavioral Science, from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1989 with an M.D.iv, and from Harvard University in 1994 with a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Langauges and Civilizations.
I taught at Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) from 1994-2008. I have also taught courses at Harvard University, Princeton Theological Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, Lutheran Theological Seminary (Philadelphia), Biblical Theological Seminary, Temple University, and Eastern University. I am currently on the faculty at Eastern University teaching courses in Old and New Testaments.
My academic interests continue to develop, but they include: Old Testament Theology, Biblical Theology, Wisdom Literature (esp. Ecclesiastes), the NT’s use of the OT, Second Temple literature, and the general issue of how ancient Scripture intersects with modern thought.
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november 2012 by fridalee
Feeding on Christ - Reformed theological resources
Feeding on Christ is a website dedicated to the grace of God in the Gospel of His Son, to the experimental knowledge of Jesus Christ, and to the advancement of the kingdom of our great God and Savior. Feeding on Christ is a website from Reformed Forum, an organization committed to supporting the Church through the advancement of Reformed theology.
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november 2012 by fridalee
Northwest Theological Seminary - Christocentric Confessional Reformed Biblical Theology
Northwest Theological Seminary is a graduate level academic institution that has as its main purpose the training of men for the Gospel ministry in the historic reformed tradition. NWTS offers two degree programs, the M.Div. and M.T.S., both of which place special emphasis throughout the curriculum on the unifying theme of the supernatural Scriptures, the centrality of Christ.
Religion  Christianity  Theology  Ministry  Education  Research  Seminary  Reformed  BiblicalTheology  USA 
june 2012 by fridalee
Worldwide Classroom | Covenant Theological Seminary
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june 2012 by fridalee

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