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Book Notice: “The Liberal Arts: A Student’s Guide” by Gene Fant

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If you’re interested in Christ-centered learning, you’ll want to click here and make a purchase. Recently we posted about the new series Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition (Crossway) edited by David Dockery, President of Union University. One of the first installments in that series is Gene Fant’s, The Liberal Arts: … Read More »

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Ideas Have Consequences: The Place of the Liberal Arts within a Theological Education, Part 2

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This is the second article in a series of two defending the study of the history of ideas as a crucial component in a balanced undergraduate theological education. Our guest author for this article is Ed Gravely, who serves as Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies and the History of Ideas … Read More »

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Ideas Have Consequences: The Place of the Liberal Arts within a Theological Education, Part 1

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Our guest author for this article is Ed Gravely, who serves as Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies and the History of Ideas at Southeastern Seminary. His teaching responsibilities include courses in New Testament at both the graduate and undergraduate level and courses in the History of Ideas for undergraduate students … Read More »

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