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Turner School of Theology

Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges & Seminaries' started by Rhetorician, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. Rhetorician

    Rhetorician Active Member

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    Hey Gang,

    As I was surfing I found a new program with which I was not acquainted; it is the Turner School of Theology of the Southern Christian University. Here is their PhD program in Biblical Studies:

    http://www.southernchristian.edu/pdf/Misc/PhD%20Biblical%20Studies%206.pdf

    They also have and MA, MDiv, and DMin. I would like your observations/critiques. I have an MAR from Harding Graduate School of Religion, one of the Church(es) of Christ Seminaries. As I look at the credentials and "other stuff" on the web page(s) I want you to know b/f you go there that the SCU program is thorough-going CoC.

    Therefore, don't be offended when you get there. But, "believe-you-me," one will get a world class education from a school like Harding or Pepperdine or Abilene Christian etc. within this section of the "brotherhood" as they refer to themselves.

    Let me hear what you think about the program. Try to set aside any preconceived notions if possible.

    sdg!:thumbs:

    rd

    PS They have changed their name to Regions University.
     
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