The Portable Seminary: A Master's Level Overview in One Volume

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David Horton
Baker Publishing Group, Sep 1, 2006 - Religion - 784 pages
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A Seminary Overview for Those Who Can't Attend Classes

In this one-of-a-kind book, lay people and pastors will find the major topics included in a typical seminary masters program, including surveys of the Old and New Testaments, systematic theology, church history, apologetics, missions, ethics, Christian education, and more. Designed for anyone who wants an introduction to a seminary education but cannot afford the time or money to attend seminary, who lives where formal training is unavailable, or whose previous education is primarily secular. Complete in one volume.

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A very well written overview, very easy to read. -
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The key word is "overview." - LibraryThing

Makes a Great Gift + Nice Overview

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I have given this out as gifts for church members who have completed certification courses on the Bible or theology as a way to encourage them to consider seminary. It is also a nice reference tool ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jaco Du preez - Goodreads

This is a very good overview of theology and all its different branches. I would recommend it to any person who is serious about theology. Read full review

About the author (2006)

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 director at Bethany House Publishers and the author of three previous books, including Boys Life Adventure Bible Storybook.

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