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Miles Custis | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Oct 31 2017 9:24 AM

Our latest courses available for pre-order include CM333 Preaching Proverbs by Tremper Longman, TH321 Cultural Implications of Theology: Influences of Christian Doctrine on Society by Richard Park, and TH325 Theology Interpretation of Scripture in the Church by Kevin Vanhoozer.

CM333 Preaching Proverbs

In Preaching Proverbs, Dr. Tremper Longman III provides a thorough overview of the book of Proverbs and answers essential questions about the text. He begins by looking at the context of ancient Sumerian and Egyptian proverbs, and he then considers the structure of the biblical book of Proverbs. Dr. Longman covers the practical, ethical, and theological nature of this text and provides an in-depth look at wisdom. He addresses issues such as contradictions, repetition, and reliability, and he provides tips on how to preach a book that may appear to be disorganized. The course concludes with three topical studies followed by recommendations for further resources.

TH321 Cultural Implications of Theology: Influences of Christian Doctrine

In Cultural Implications of Theology: Influences of Christian Doctrine on Society, Dr. Richard S. Park seeks to demonstrate how theology makes a real difference in society and how the gospel transforms culture. Dr. Park explores the social implications of the doctrines of creation, fall, redemption, and glorification, as well as the influences that sociology, anthropology, and other sources of “secular wisdom” can have on Christian theology. He puts forth a framework for how Christians are to think biblically about culture and how they are to engage culture winsomely in their God-given, day-to-day callings.

TH325 Theology Interpretation of Scripture in the Church

Theological Interpretation of Scripture in the Church provides a new way to think about Christian theology. In this course, Dr. Kevin J. Vanhoozer emphasizes doing theology for the church rather than a university setting. He shows the practical use of doctrine as a tool to grow disciples and explains how reading and studying Scripture is a key discipline in the disciple-making process.

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