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In this revised edition of Lewis Sperry Chafer's classic Major Bible Themes, John Walvoord has added some of the later writings of Chafer, as well as some of the mature conclusions from Chafer's lifelong study of the Bible. Several chapters have been combined, and several new ones have been added (75 percent of the material is new to this edition). Subjects omitted in the first edition are included, along with additional scripture passages. Designed for self-study, each chapter includes study questions, which can also be used in a group setting. Since there are fifty-two chapters, this book presents itself as a good year-long study of the Bible.Major Bible themes was designed as a tool for spiritual growth, offering a valuable introduction into Christian doctrine. It sees the Bible as the inspired Word of God, focusing on its subject and purpose as a vehicle of divine revelation. The character and attributes of God are examined, with several chapters dedicated to each member of the Trinity. Other chapters look at topics like the dispensations, the covenants, Satan, sin, the church, the end times, and more. For a basic introduction to Reformed (and dispensational) Christianity, there is no better book. All major doctrines, issues, and personalities are discussed in a simple, straightforward manner. Chapters are fairly short, and are designed to be used in conjunction with the study questions. Reading through Major Bible Themes in one year will greatly increase your knowledge of the Bible and the God revealed there.
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This revision of Selecting a College Major  is a tremendous resource in assisting students with their search for a future that fits their strengths and interests.  This new and updated edition uses 14 Fields of Study as a framework for exploring academic possibilities.  It will help not only the 'undecided' student with selecting a major, but also the 'major-changer' who is exploring alternative options.   A systematic process leads students through personal and academic assessment as well as occupational information searches. Through thought-provoking activities, they can explore their academic, career, and personal interests and goals. Students can investigate academic majors from many perspectives, including a search of majors in general, majors on their campus, and majors based on their academic and occupational interests. Highlights include: A Natural Decision-Making Progression. Students are directly and personally involved in activities that involve exploration, reflection, and choice. Extensive Major Exploration. Three distinct approaches provide students with thorough exploration of the majors decision Incorporation of Academic and Career Interests, Abilities, and Values. Expanded self-assessment gives students information on which to base their choice of a major with in the 14 Fields of Study.. Formulation of a Graduation Plan. Students use their academic transcripts to summarize all they have Learned and develop a plan for the future. Visit the Student Success Supersite ( www.prenhall.com/success ), where students and faculty will find an array of resources.
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