I finished the course Evidence & Logic from the Koinonia Institute not long ago, and thought a review was in order.

The study materials used were the video briefing pack from Chuck Missler called Critical Thinking.

You can read all of my course reviews here.

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I finished my Hermeneutics Mega Course, part of my uThM Program and selected this topic for my final course paper.

To do so, I used course lectures from three sources: Koinonia Institute, the Theology Program, and the Master’s Seminary and the additional text, Basic Bible Interpretation.

You can read all of my course assignments here.

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I finished the course Hermeneutics from the Master’s Seminary and it’s time for a review.

The study materials included a terribly written (and terribly edited) syllabus, the lecture videos, and the book, Basic Bible Interpretation, which you can find my review here.

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I finished my Hermeneutics Mega Course, part of my uThM Program and selected this topic for my second course paper.

To do so, I used course lectures from three sources: Koinonia Institute, the Theology Program, and the Master’s Seminary and the additional text, Basic Bible Interpretation.

You can read all of my course assignments here.

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I finished my Hermeneutics Mega Course, part of my uThM Program and chose to do both assignments assigned in the Hermeneutics course from the Master’s Seminary. The topic I chose for this second assignment: Is Marriage the First and Preferred State for the Christian Believer?

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I finished the course Hermeneutics & Bibliology from the Theology Program at Credo House, fulfilling part of my Hermeneutics Mega Course series and figured it was time for a review.

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I finished my Hermeneutics Mega Course, part of my uThM Program and chose to complete the exercises assigned in the Master’s Seminary Hermeneutics course.

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I finished my Hermeneutics Mega Course, part of my uThM Program and selected this topic for my first course paper.

To do so, I used course lectures from three sources: Koinonia Institute, the Theology Program, and the Master’s Seminary and the additional text, Basic Bible Interpretation.

You can read all of my course assignments here.

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I finished the course Hermeneutics & Bibliology from the Theology Program at Credo House, fulfilling part of my Hermeneutics Mega Course series. Here are my answers to the study questions from the course assignments along with 2 case studies. This will inevitably be a massive post.

You can read all of my course assignments for my Unschooled Master of Theology in Biblical Studies here.

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I finished the course Introduction to Hermeneutics from the Koinonia Institute not long ago, and thought a review was in order.

The study materials used were the video briefing pack from Chuck Missler called Hermeneutics 101.

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Welcome to another Research Journal update, where I provide information about my life, about my writing projects, and about my unschooled Master of Theology Program (uThM) and life at Eden.

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What a strange and peculiar little book this was, Lolita. What was the author’s intention in writing it, I wonder? Was he plagued by some grotesque infatuation with prepubescent children? It’s the first thought springing to mind. Why else would you write such a tale other than to wrestle with your own demons?

Was it something else he had in mind?

I don’t even remember when I discovered this book, I don’t think it was very long after that I put it on my list and then subsequently picked it up and started reading.

(You can read all of my book reviews here.)

So, lets talk a little about this strange fascination the world has with perversion and the destruction of innocence, and why this book became such a success.….

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