Category Archives: College

Historians are seedy and horrible, says Terry Deary

Article by Sarah Ebner He owes his success to history, but the author Terry Deary has described historians as “seedy and devious”. From The Times May 31, 2010

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Using the Internet at Bible College

A recent photo of dr-baker-in-his-study.jpg reminded me of the usefulness of internet research. Here’s a few pointers. Important websites (“meta-sites”) See the relevant links for Biblical Studies on the useful links pages. A particularly useful site for New Testament work … Continue reading

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Early Church History: Men and Movements

MEN and MOVEMENTS: An EARLY CHURCH HISTORY TIMELINE  c95 AD Gospel of John completed; Clement’s letter to the Corinthians written  100 Last books of NT (probably 2 Peter, 1 John) written. Patristic period begins   110 Letters & Martyrdom of Ignatius … Continue reading

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Romans: Review on Esler

Just a reminder that one of the course requirements of the Romans module is a reading and analysis of Philip Esler’s important book Conflict and Identity in Romans: The Social Setting of Paul’s Letter You can find the book at … Continue reading

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THE ISM TRAIL: Heresies in the Early Church

By popular demand I am posting the essay on heresies-in-the-early-churh.doc with due acknowledgement to Robert Jones who has written a number of first class Church History courses for adult Sunday School classes. Check out his work by following the links in … Continue reading

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