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    No Time for Seminary?

    Beginning Theology Curriculum for laypersons wanting to learn theology but don't have time for Seminary. This Theology at home bundle is a great place to start

    1) Westminster Confession of Faith
    2) A Body of Divinity by Thomas Watson
    3) The Ten Commandments by Thomas Watson
    4) The Lord's Prayer (paperback) by Thomas Watson
    5) Outlines of Theology by A. A. Hodge
    6) An Old Testament Theology by Bruce K. Waltke

    Read the books listed above in the following order: 1) Westminster Confession of Faith: a) the Shorter Catechism; b) the Larger Catechism; c) the Confession; 2) A Body of Divinity by Thomas Watson; 3) The Ten Commandments by Thomas Watson; 4) The Lord's Prayer by Thomas Watson; 5) Outlines of Theology by A. A. Hodge; & 6) An Old Testament Theology by Bruce K. Waltke.

    Theology at home bundle

    For supplemental historical studies we also recommend 2000 YEARS OF CHRIST'S POWER 3 Volume set by N.R. Needham

    Posted by John on April 21, 2008 05:02 PM

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    Another option is to consider The North American Reformed Seminary (TNARS). TNARS is a Reformed Christian seminary and a WRF member that seeks to educate the body of Christ completely free of charge. TNARS enables Christians to get a seminary level education without going into debt (Rom 13:8).
    This allows our graduates to focus on God's call in their lives instead of how they can best pay off their seminary debt. Not only will this help our students by keeping them out of debt, it will also help small churches retain educated pastors without having to pay a large salary to offset their seminary education debt. http://www.tnars.net/


    This allows our graduates to focus on God's call in their lives instead of how they can best pay off their seminary debt. Not only will this help our students by keeping them out of debt, it will also help small churches retain educated pastors without having to pay a large salary to offset their seminary education debt. http://www.tnars.net/

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