Spring Sale and New Courses: Seminary Now (Streaming Video Courses)

Spring Sale and New Courses: Seminary Now (Streaming Video Courses) March 30, 2022

 

The streaming video platform Seminary Now has some exciting new courses. In addition to my video series on New Testament Interpretation, you may want to check out these as well: 

 

  • Nikole Lim, Advocating with Survivors of Sexual Violence
  • Glenn Paauw, Reading and Living the Bible Well
  • Beth Felker Jones, A Christian Theology of Sex
  • Sandra Richter, Stewards of Eden: Scripture and the Environment
  • Glenn Packiam, Worship and the World to Come
  • Soong-Chan Rah, The Church’s Western Cultural Captivity
  • Robert Chao Romero, Brown Church

These are on top of other great courses like Scot McKnight, Jesus and the Gospels, Esau McCaulley, Reading While Black, and Tish Harrison Warren, Liturgy of the Ordinary! Visit SeminaryNow.com for a free preview of any course. 

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  • Logins for your staff and lay leaders to complete certificate tracks 
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