I have finished a course from the Theology Program titled, Principles of Biblical Teaching and figured it was time for a course review. This class is part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program.

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I started this book just before I was accepted into the ThD program and, of course, it was used quite frequently in that research. But, I never actually finished reading it until a week ago, so I figured it was high time I write up a review on it, especially since it is part of my DTS Angelology course I recently finished.

This book as well as the course are part of my Unschooled Master of Theology Program. You can check all of my assignments for the program here.

In actuality, especially now that I’ve had a minute to review the notes I took, I have to say this book contains a wealth of information and covers a wide area of research.

So, let’s jump in because there is a lot to cover in this review….

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I finished the Learn the Bible in 24 Hours – New Testament course which is a requirement for my Unschooled Master of Theology program. I’m really excited to finish the Discussion Question assignment and move on to individual book courses. My ultimate plan this year (2021-2022) is to complete all of Chuck Missler’s individual book commentaries. As a note: the instructions say to answer at least one question for each session, but for these (and most) courses I take, especially since I have no time constraints anymore, I opt to answer all questions provided.

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While finishing a course from Credo House awhile back, I stumbled onto J P Moreland, a professor in Philosophy from Biola University, and immediately took to his teaching style and subject matter.

So, as part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program, I wanted to add as much material from him as I could. I quickly found most of his books, watched several presentations on Youtube, yet I still could not find any course lectures anywhere. But, hey, I’m getting ahead of the story.

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

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This paper is an assignment for the Angelology, Anthropology, and Hamartiology Course at DTS which is part of my Unschooled Master’s of Theology Program. The assignment is to write a doctrinal statement covering the major subject matter of the course, with details outlined in the syllabus.

You can read all of my uThM assignments here.

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Several months ago I started a Teaching Company course titled Death, Dying, and Afterlife and despite several false starts and middle of the road stalls I finally finished all the lectures and now that my ThD program is finished I am finally able to complete the assignment for this course. This course is part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program.

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I finished the course Principles of Biblical Teaching from the Theology Program at Credo House, fulfilling part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program and this assignment is part of that requirement – it is a paper presenting a comprehensive Philosophy of Teaching.

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 Humanity and Sin course (part of the Theology Program) which is a requirement for my Unschooled Master of Theology program and figured it is time for a course review.

So, lets jump in and see if we can’t finish before summer’s end…

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I finished the second book required in the Principles of Biblical Teaching course, titled Effective Biblical Teaching, which is part of the Theology Program at Credo House. This course is also part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program.

So, let’s see why this book really isn’t all that different from the others I’ve read so far…

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I finished the Humanity and Sin course (part of the Theology Program) which is a requirement for my Unschooled Master of Theology program. But, shortly after I finished the lecture videos and before I could complete the discussion questions, I was accepted into my doctorate program, so everything was put on hold.

Now that I’m finished, I wanted to finish the discussion questions for this course and post them on the blog.

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There were two books assigned as part of the Theology Program from Credo House course, Principles of Biblical Teaching and here is a review of the first book by Howard Hendricks, Teaching to Change Lives.

This course was taken as part of my Unschooled Master of Theology program.

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This document serves as the official Practicum Proposal (Practicum #1) for my Unschooled Master of Theology in Biblical Studies (uThM) program. This practicum will consist of no less than 100 hours of documented interaction with the avocation of online academic instruction, ultimately leading to the development of a comprehensive online Christian Philosophical Curriculum.

These documents will be updated periodically as progress is made.

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