Chart summarizing teaching on the activity of Satan in relationship to the Church: he deceives; he disrupts; he destroys.
Alphabetical listing of all resources of a non-historical nature. Limit output by selecting a type from the drop-down list. To view historically-oriented resources, see the separate listing: Historical Resources by Date.
Form with outline and questions to guide a survey study of the background and foreground for a book of the Bible.
Two-page tool, outlining and diagramming how to approach the study of a passage: entering the textual world through the implied reader community.
Illustration / chart summarizing the Bible's teaching regarding financial responsibility.
MS Word document (.doc; Word '97-2003) in tabular format. The table is organized with outline and questions to guide a survey study of background and foreground issues for a Biblical book or any other piece of literature.
Chart summarizing the "Ways to Look at the Biblical Text" and "Seven Standards of Textuality"
Hierarchical chart of the epistemological traditions (internalist v. externalist; foundationalism, coherentism, reliabilism, etc.)
For beginning students, a suggested approach to forming the Hebrew and Aramaic letter forms
God's communication process: from God to His people via revelation, inspiration, canonicity, transmission, translation, interpretation, and application
Brief article describing basic elements of logic and good reasoning.
Outline of the historical, theological, and philosophical locus of Dogmatics
Comparison of the methods, modes, and manner of the various models of inspiration in contemporary Protestant Orthodoxy
Chart showing relationship between archetypal knowledge God has of himself and ectypal accomodated knowledge of God (unio, visio, revelatio)
Flowchart re: knowledge, faith, and choice: the progression from authority to opinion, ignorance, teachable, knowledge of, belief, belief in, and certainty.
Chart summarizing the key elements and process of literary criticism.
Eight levels of giving identified by the medieval Jewish philosopher and Torah scholar Maimonides (Moses ben-Maimon; 1135–1204 CE).
Ten key elements in a mentoring strategy—one that has full integration into the fellowship of the church as its goal. On page two: Important things to remember before each mentoring meeting.
Chart contrasting postmodernism with modernism in the seven philosophical spheres: Knowledge, Truth, Language, Reality, Morality, Beauty, and History.