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A THEOLOGY OF RISK (seminary student paper)


As I’ve mentioned, I am teaching a course this semester called “Theological Methods and Issues.”  From time to time I will publish some of my students’ papers.

Here’s a recent one on “A Theology of Risk.”FirefoxScreenSnapz600  The student has asked to remain anonymous. (please click on the title):

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Posted by on June 21, 2014 in a theology of risk


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DIVORCE! Another student paper . . .

One of the courses I taught this semester is entitled “Theological Methods and Issues.”  This was a weekend course, meaning that it met one weekend a month for four months.  We discussed all kinds of theological topics and the students produced two major research papers.  One was on a cultural issue (such as gun control in North America); the other on a global issue (such as theological factors in global poverty).

Some of the papers were outstanding and I’ve encouraged the students to seek publication.  I will be sharing some of those papers on this blog.

Please take the time to read these papers.  You will be challenged and encouraged in your walk with Christ!

The second paper I’m posting is on the volatile issue of DIVORCE.  [Bear in mind that my posting these papers does not necessarily mean I agree with their conclusions.]  Please click on the underlined word below to read this paper; feel free to post your comments which I will pass on to the student researchers.


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Posted by on May 13, 2013 in research


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