- The Breadth of a Master's Degree in Biblical Studies--Complete in One Volume
Take your theological education to the next level without the time, expense, and formality of seminary. Discover all the major topics in a typical seminary master's program authoritatively taught by respected professors, authors, and leaders. This introduction to a biblical studies degree is ideal for the layperson or anyone in vocational ministry who lacks the time or finances to attend classes, who lives where formal training is unavailable, or whose previous education is primarily secular. Study what you want, when you want. Also useful as a handy one-volume reference.
In The Portable Seminary you'll study:
- surveys of the Old and New Testaments
- systematic theology
- biblical languages
- church history
- Christian education...and more
The distinguished international faculty includes:
- Robert G. Clouse
- Kenneth O. Gangel
- Norman L. Geisler
- Julie Gorman
- Alister E. McGrath
- A. Scott Moreau
- Mark A. Noll
- Bruce L. Shelley
- Robert H. Stein
- Tite Tinou
- John R.W. Stott
- Ravi Zacharias
- ...and many more!
Continue--or begin--your theological education today.
Please Note: Due to licensing restrictions, the CROSS version of this title does not include the Introduction of Chapter 1, the Introduction to the Intertestamental Period in Chapter 13, the whole of Chapter 18, and The Crusades portion of Chapter 19.
About the Editor David Horton is a former businessman, missionary, and mission executive whose publishing experience began nearly twenty years ago. A graduate of Oregon State University, he is currently editorial vice president at Bethany House Publishers and the author of three previous books.
David Horton's Portable Seminary is a truly unique work, which I'm glad to recommend. It's Bible survey, theology, biblical languages, hermeneutics, church history, missions, apologetics, ethics and more, all in one volume, drawing on top experts in each field. Along with its amazing coverage of essential subjects, it's well written, concise, and contains helpful recommendations for additional study. What's not to like?"