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Hank Hannegraaf, Apocalypse Code, Trinitarian Theology

June 11th, 2007

Congratulations to Hank Hannegraaf on his work addressing dispensational eschatology from a Biblically sane position.  Hannegraaf de-bunks the idea of a coming future holocaust for Jewish people and Israel.  Unfortunately, some of the most vocal and bizarre adherants to dispensational eschatology will label him as an “anti-semite”.

Covenant Seminary, of St. Louis, offers Free Lectures online

May 26th, 2006

Covenant Seminary of St. Louis is offering 20 seminary classes online for free downloading. The following information comes from their website at www.covenantseminary.edu/worldwide/.

“Covenant Worldwide’s mission is to provide ready access to grace-centered, high-quality theological training by minimizing the barriers of distance, cost, and language. This mission recognizes our part in stewarding the resources of theological education to the Church, which is growing most rapidly in areas of the world where ministry training is often least available.

Our hope and prayer is that no matter where God has stationed you in His Kingdom or how He has gifted you to serve, you will find that these resources encourage, strengthen, and equip your ministry and Christian walk.

Covenant Worldwide:
Offers free downloads of Covenant Theological Seminary courseware and study guide materials.
Offers the opportunity to be notified as new resources are posted.
Encourages the sharing and distribution of its material for non-commercial purposes in order to serve and equip God’s people throughout the world.

The courseware posted on this site comprises an assortment of classes from Covenant Seminary’s master’s degree programs. Their selection is designed to provide a broad, foundational knowledge of the Scriptures as well as guidance for engaging a variety of ministry contexts through the study of church history, doctrine and practice.

You may download, use and share courseware at no charge for non-commercial purposes. Lectures are in MP3 format, and study guides are available as PDFs. The lectures are currently available in English but are being transcribed to facilitate the translation of these materials into multiple languages.”

Check the site out and enjoy the lectures. While you are there check out the seminary website. Steve

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