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One of the great ironies of modern seminary education is that institutions are founded upon a dedication to the Bible, but so little time is spent studying the Bible such that even less time is spent on applying the Bible's teaching to modern church administration, Christian Ethics, church polity, evangelistic and mission planning, and, with the highest degree of irony, preaching. Oh sure, you'll find a few quotations from the Bible and proof-texts assembled in the courses designed to cover thes ...more
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