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Volume 15, Issue 06

February 2017

Polishing the glimmerings of God’s design in the classical world

Meet Harvard graduate and new Boyce College professor Tyler Flatt and his vision for classical education.

Spring Preview 2017

Think of this like an instruction manual, except fun. We’ll tell you what you need to know to be a successful student, how to grow in your spiritual devotion, and where to go when it’s time to relax.

“al-’arabīyah”: The study of Arabic at SBTS

Learn the history of Arabic instruction at Southern Seminary, which dates back to the end of the 19th century.

3 Questions with Daniel B. Wallace

3 Questions with Daniel B. Wallace, professor of New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary; author, Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics

Training the heart, head, and hands: Sills on writing a teaching manual for equipping pastors overseas

SBTS missions professor David Sills talks about his new manual for disciple-making in International contexts.

Feature review: ‘Hearts, Heads, & Hands: A Manual for Teaching Others to Teach Others’

Spiritual growth, wisdom, and proper understanding of the Bible do not happen automatically when someone receives the Holy Spirit, but require training and discipleship based on one’s cultural background.

Book Reviews

‘J.C. Ryle’; ‘Biblical Authority After Babel’; ‘You Are What You Love’; ‘Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians’