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Theological English: An Advanced ESL Text for Students of Theology

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Theological English is an advanced ESL textbook that helps non-native English speakers gain access to the rich theology of the Reformed tradition. With 30 lessons covering the major genres of theology (apologetics, biblical studies, church history, systematic theology, and practical theology), Theological English invites students to engage with English while exploring ...more
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Published August 3rd 2018 by P & R Publishing
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