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BC to AD: Bridal Theology Edition
of Evidence: A related article about two great dramas that
established the trustworthiness of the Bible, 1mb.
Priority: A related
article that explains an important saying of Jesus, 108k.
Making The Invisible
Visible: An Introduction to The
Distinctives of Hebraic Thought and Their Implications for Interpreting
The Bible. 19 pages, 428k. This is a technical paper, but highly recommended.
Glasses: 21 Principles For
Interpreting The Bible.
35 pages, 433k. Highly
Tips for The Christian
Teacher: Class notes for
the elective teachers’ workshop sometimes presented in conjunction with
to AD. 34 pages (17, double sided), 555k. Please e-mail the instructor if you are
interested in the additional teachers’ workshop.
to AD: Four pages, 32k, showing
the topics we’ll be studying each week. Watch for the 2015
Here are a few resources that the
instructors have found
helpful in their studies of the Pentateuch. Amazon links are provided
for your convenience only; Timothy Ministries does not receive any
commission on these items.
Records and the Structure of Genesis: A Case for Literary Unity
P. J. Wiseman, reprinted by Thomas Nelson in 1985. This book sheds
important light on interpretive issues in Genesis. Now out of print, it
sells on the web for $189. However, its earlier edition entitled New
Discoveries In Babylonia About Genesis can be found for
H. Clay Trumbull provides an exhaustive account of the meaning of blood
rituals in eastern cultures. First published in 1893.
out of Nothing: A Biblical, Philosophical, and Scientific
Paul Copan and William Lane Craig, 2004. Everything you ever wanted to
know about creatio ex nihilo
but were afraid to ask. Highly technical.
God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil
Cornelius G. Hunter explains the philosophical issues underlying
Darwinism. Published in 2002.
Darwin’s Proof: The Triumph of Religion over Science
Cornelius G. Hunter’s 2003 sequel to Darwin’s
God. An online reviewer says: “...a critical and intelligent
dissection of the scientific, philosophical,
and theological weaknesses in Darwin's theory of evolution.”
Dictionary of Theological Terms
Stanley J. Grenz, David Guretzki and Cherith Fee Nordling wrote
this little book of huge value. Every BC2AD student
should have this inexpensive book published in 1999!
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