The Portable Seminary: A Master's Level Overview in One Volume

The Portable Seminary A Master s Level Overview in One Volume A Seminary Overview for Those Who Can t Attend ClassesIn this one of a kind book lay people and pastors will find the major topics included in a typical seminary masters program including surveys of

  • Title: The Portable Seminary: A Master's Level Overview in One Volume
  • Author: David Horton
  • ISBN: 9780764201608
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Seminary Overview for Those Who Can t Attend ClassesIn this one of a kind book, lay people and pastors will find the major topics included in a typical seminary masters program, including surveys of the Old and New Testaments, systematic theology, church history, apologetics, missions, ethics, Christian education, and Designed for anyone who wants an introduction tA Seminary Overview for Those Who Can t Attend ClassesIn this one of a kind book, lay people and pastors will find the major topics included in a typical seminary masters program, including surveys of the Old and New Testaments, systematic theology, church history, apologetics, missions, ethics, Christian education, and Designed for anyone who wants an introduction to a seminary education but cannot afford the time or money to attend seminary, who lives where formal training is unavailable, or whose previous education is primarily secular Complete in one volume.

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    1. I really, really, like this book. Don't let the title fool you, you're not getting a "master's" level of education with this book. You do, however, get a good handle on just about every major aspect of master-level theological training. This is good stuff. I'd read it again if I didn't have other books I wanted to read. If you're looking for a good theological overview without paying the price, this can be it for you.

    2. This is a great starting off point for those who wish to gain a broad understanding not only of the faith but of ministry in general.

    3. This is a very usefully book in giving an overview of the significant topics that both the Christian academic and lay person will need to get their head around.Having a degree in theology, I still find this book useful as it gives an overview of the main topics without getting bogged down in the important but peripheral issues.A great example of how this book could be used is if you were doing a university level subject on Christology reading the chapter on 'The Doctrine on God the Son' will giv [...]

    4. i learned a little bit more than i already knews got a lot more learning and teaching in it than the bible doctrine by wayne grudem, dont get me wrong wayne grudem book is a really good book and i would recommend it to any one, its just this book here teaches alot more in depth in to the bible,so i also recommend reading this book too,as a little extra learning!!! you can never have to much learning!!

    5. The Portable Seminary is a solid overview of a typical seminary degree. It gives a basic outline of Theology, History, Old/New Testament, etc. This book isn't a replacement for an M.Div but it is a great resource for those interested in getting a glimpse of seminary and a basic understanding of the subjects studied at a traditional seminary.

    6. Since this is a reference book I will continue to read it. I have found this book to be very useful as a teacher of small groups in the church I attend. It is a part of the Bible software I use and when used with the other reference books in the software I find it easy to find and add material to the sessions I lead or teach,

    7. This is a very good overview of the type of topics you would learn about while attending seminary. I found the chapters on Christology to be very helpful in my Bible studies.

    8. A good summary of the subjects covered in Bible College, however, in a South African context it is more at Diploma level (or a BTh level at best) and not at a Masters level as claimed on the cover.

    9. This is a very good overview of theology and all its different branches. I would recommend it to any person who is serious about theology.

    10. Material is uneven, some chapters very good and some weak. The doctrinal chapters are good. The survey of OT and NT is weak. I did not like the apologetics but did like the church history.

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