Sinai 375a: A Research Trip to the Harvard Semitic Museum

Petrovich Drawing of Sinai

On July 11, STS’s Assistant Professor Douglas Petrovich, along with students Stephen Campbell and Steve Young, spent the morning at the Harvard Semitic Museum (in Boston) researching an inscription known as Sinai 375a. The trip was of vital importance, given that Sinai 375a is one of the inscriptions that Prof. Petrovich has translated [...]

The Doctrine of Verbal Inspiration

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By Dr. Larry Pettegrew

The doctrinal statement of Shepherds Theological Seminary states that “we believe that the Bible as originally written was verbally and plenarily inspired, is the product of Spirit-controlled men, and, therefore, is truth without any mixture of error.” We hold to this truth tenaciously—and one might expect that [...]

The Primacy of Expository Preaching


By Dr. Al Potter

The “shepherd,” an appropriate way to identify the office of the pastor, must wear many hats. His hats include those of community organizer, marketing specialist, psychologist, money manager, program director, strategic planner, socialite, referee, preacher, good family man, and others. All of these roles are valuable but [...]

News You've Probably Never Heard


Of Protestant pastors surveyed, 19% are absolutely certain that God created life in its current form in six 24-hour days with an additional 35% leaning towards that belief; 15% believe that God created life over long times but not by evolution; and 30% believe God created life over long times by evolutionary processes.

Dr. Norman Geisler to Speak at 360° Quarterly Meeting


360° leadership is happy to announce Dr. Norman Geisler as the guest speaker for the January 2015 Quarterly Meeting!

Please consider joining us as on January 13, 2015  to hear Dr. Geisler address “Contemporary Theological Issues.”

There will also be a lively Q&A following his presentation.

Registration is required by emailing Dr. Bill Barber [...]

Run for Your Life!

Day 84 Ship

If you do well, will not your countenance be lifted up? And if you do not do well, sin is crouching at the door; and its desire is for you, but you must master it. Genesis 4:7

It was late summer when Sir Ernest Shackleton left England with twenty-seven men, bound [...]