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Around the Web: Church & State Edition

By on June 18, 2015

“No Politics in Church? Not So Fast.” | Religion & Politics // As many of us have heard, Pew Research recently came out with a study highlighting the decline of Christianity and the rise of the unaffiliated and atheist. Many of these studies have shown that one of the primary reasons people leave the Church is because they feel it is Read More...




3 Christ-Centered Graduate Degrees

By on February 12, 2013

Guest post by David Davidson, communications editor for the marketing department at Logos Bible Software. Knox Theological Seminary, with Logos Bible Software, offers three world-class graduate programs that let you study what you love without giving up your job and church. Knox’s Master of Arts (Biblical & Theological Studies) prepares you for lifelong ministry, church leadership, and Bible study. Not Read More...



400 Free Online Textbooks

By on February 10, 2010

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 anyone to use. As the number of visitors to the site grows to a significant level they Read More...




Post Correction

By on May 25, 2009

Oops! I totally forgot to include the “by-line” in today’s post, God Honoring Reluctance. The post was written by Stephen Hess, a Rhode Island native and recent graduate of the University of Richmond, Virginia. Stephen will be heading off to St. Louis in August for the 4-year M.Div program at Covenant Theological Seminary. Read More...