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Carnell Butler | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Oct 29 2011 4:27 PM

Have anyone purchase the I-Beam Trainiing by Morris? Let me know what you think about it.

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DAL | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 30 2011 11:15 AM

I almost bought the DVDs but someone suggested to buy the manual first to see if I like the approach MP takes.  The person that made that suggestion owns the videos and likes them, but says the videos basically have the same approach most homiletics and hermenutics books have.

I may try to order the manual first and then wait for another sale on the DVDs.  I wish Logos would sale the digital copy of the manual separately instead of being bundled up with the DVDs. 

Anyway, I'm saving for WBC and other books that will be on sale during Christmas.  I hope the suggestion that was given to me works for you,  if not, buy the DVD's, I'm sure you will still benefit from them.



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Brent Hoefling | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 31 2011 5:56 PM

I have it and I love it.  it has kind of revolutionized my thinking about expository preaching.  at the beginning there is instruction about what it is and more about what it is not, and how people think incorrectly about what it is, and that was me.

I am about half way through and again, I love it.  I ahve learned a lot and have already begun to adopt some of the training in my own works.  the one thing that is challenging to me is the media incoinsistancies.  here's what I mean.  I have a cople other MP cources and the videos are digital - must use computer to view them.  I absolutely love this, as I can take them with me.  the I-Beam set is video -DVD only.  I suppose i could "RIP" them, but just havent had the time.  I love the fact that it comes with a physical workbook AND a Logos4 resource!

faithful to the text and functional for the times.

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