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Rhetorician

Active Member, 65, from Southwest Tennessee

Rhetorician was last seen:
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    1. mjohnson7
      mjohnson7
      Bro. Duke,

      What are your thoughts on Midwest Center for Theological Studies? I know they're unaccredited, but I have spoken to a former student and he said the rigor of the courses there and the academic standards were higher than some better known accredited schools he had attended.

      Who do you think the chances would be of being admitted to Southern's ThM/PhD programs with an MDiv equivalency from MCTS?

      Just wanting to "pick your brain"!

      (Yes, I do consider myself a Reformed Southern Baptist and that is part of the motivation for my interest in MCTS.)
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    Birthday:
    Apr 14, 1951 (Age: 65)
    Home Page:
    http://na
    Location:
    Southwest Tennessee
    Occupation:
    Retired College Professor
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    Rhetorician
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    Rhetorician
    Denomination(Baptist, Methodist, Catholic...):
    Southern Baptist
    Home Church:
    Germantown Baptist
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    Phil 3:10-11
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    Always been a Baptist but was not converted until I was 20
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    John Broadus: Prince of the Pulpit, BorderStone Press, LLC.

    Venturing All on God: Piety in the Writings of John Bunyan, Co-writer with Phil Newton.

    Soldiers of Christ, Co-editor with Michael AG Haykin, & A. James Fuller.

    Reason for the Season: Ministerial Reflections of Grief, Suffering, and Loss, Co-editor with Bob Agee.

    John A. Broadus: A Living Legacy, Co-editor with David Dockery.

    A Rhetorical Taxonomy of John Paul's Jubilee 2000 Addresses (Doctoral Dissertation), Thesis Imprints, LLC.