Tag - Resources

Organizing Seminary: Apps for Writing

It won’t take you long upon your arrival at seminary how much things may have changed from previous generations of seminary educations. One of the biggest differences is just how digital everything is. Most seminaries have some sort of online class...

Maximize Your Learning Experience

As a volunteer leader attending seminary online I sometimes feel out of place. I don’t have the experience or skills of many of my classmates. But as an ex-professor and someone with a PhD in Chemical Engineering, there is one thing I do...

400 Free Online Textbooks

Thanks to a 2008 California law the Open Educational Resources Center for California now provides over 400 open textbooks to the public. The site was intended for California’s community-college faulty and staff members, but it is open for...

25% Off All Logos Bible Software

Cyber Monday, or everyday: The good folks over at Logos Bible Software are offering the GtS readers 25%[update 7/1/10] they now offer 15% off the latest Logos software. Either click here or use coupon code GTS1 when checking out. iPhone users should...

Google Wave invite

We were fortunate enough to get a Google Wave invite yesterday. And, we have so few friends that were interested in Wave we didn’t give all our “nominations” (read invites) away yet. If you would like to get nominated for a Google...

Thrity Thursday – Great Commentary

Ok, we’re seminarians and we love books. I don’t often recommend books here as I’m sure you already have a backlog of books on your “to be purchased” list. However, I came across this amazing resource that is at an...

Finding the Will of God

So, one of the books that helped me the most in finally making the decision to attend seminary was Bruce K. Waltke’s book, Finding the Will of God: A Pagan Notion? In his book Waltke masterfully addresses an issue that is all too common in the...

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