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Mark Chanski on Biblical Typology

What is typology? What are some examples of types in the Bible? What are the biblical principles to guide the interpreter in discerning and expounding biblical types? Pastor Mark Chanski, professor of Hermeneutics for Reformed Baptist Seminary, addresses these and other questions in the lecture below. If you'd like to audit the entire class, click here.

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Missions from the Early Church to the Reformation - Dr Jim Adams

In the lecture below, Dr. Jim Adams surveys the history of missions from the post-apostolic era to the period of the Protestant Reformation. He demonstrates how the Kingdom of God steadily expanded from Palestine to distant locations around the globe. This lecture is part of the curriculum for Reformed Baptist Seminary's course on missions. Let us know if you'd like to take the course for credit or just audit the course (info@rbseminary.org).

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Report on "Salvation Applied" Module in Bogotá, Colombia

The next morning I was on a plane for Washington DC. Then on a plane for Houston. Then on to Bogota. (It’s a long story. I had to do it that way.) I made it onto the plane for Bogota just in time. There was an empty seat next to me and the man sitting by the window—the only one on the plane! I arrived in Bogota by 9:45. I connected with Pastor Guillermo Gomez, who speaks almost no English, and about 10:30 pm we began our almost two hour drive to the location where the module was held.

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