Today begins the Spring semester at Louisiana College’s Caskey School of Divinity. I am thankful to begin my first semester in the Biblical and Theological Studies program. This semester I am taking two courses: Historical Theology: Post-Reformation and Enlightenment Eras and Advanced Doctrines: Doctrine of Christ. I will also be enrolled in a non-credit Evangelism Practicum each semester.
Below are the assigned books for the classes. I look forward to sharing from these sources as the semester progresses.
- What is the Gospel? Greg Gilbert
- The Disciple-Making Pastor: Leading Others on the Journey of Faith Bill Hull
Historical Theology: Post Reformation and Enlightenment Eras
- Arminius Speaks: Essential Writings on Predestination, Free Will, and the Nature of God James Arminius
- The Great Awakening: A Brief History with Documents Thomas S. Kidd
- The Westminster Assembly: Reading Its Theology in Historical Context (Westminster Assembly and the Reformed Faith) Robert Letham
- John Wesley A.C. Outler
- A Jonathan Edwards Reader John E. Smith
Advanced Doctrines: Doctrine of Christ
- Risen Jesus and Future Hope Gary Habermas
- The Christological Controvery Richard A. Norris
- Salvation Accomplished by the Son: The Work of Christ Robert A. Peterson
- The Person of Christ: A Biblical and Historical Analysis of the Incarnation David F. Wells