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Saturday
Aug012015

RBS Becomes an Affiliate Member of ARTS

The Association of Reformed Theological Seminaries (ARTS) approved Reformed Baptist Seminary for the status of "affiliate member" on July 25 (see their news update here). As an affiliate member, RBS participates in and contributes to collegial and professional development activities of the Association, and is committed to the quality of education ARTS promotes. Affiliate status does not, however, constitute, imply, or presume ARTS accredited status at present or in the future. Even so, there are a number of benefits that come with affiliate status. These include the following ...

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Wednesday
Jul082015

Modern Trends in Missions - Trevor Johnson

Over the last several decades, the modern missionary movement has continued to undergo important changes and developments.  Any church or individual interested in missionary endeavor needs to understand these trends and assess them in light of biblical principle. In the lecture below, Professor Trevor Johnson highlights and evaluates some of the major trends in missions today.

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Monday
Jun152015

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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