Book: Academia - Through the Eyes of a Preacher by William James Carter Icategories: Book, Academics, Preacher, Liberty University, Discipleship, Christianity, Evangelism, Theology
William James Carter, Iabout this book: It has been suggested by some that seminary and cemetery are synonymous terms. It might be suggested that those making such suggestions have never had the privilege of good theological training. That is part of the reason for production of this book. The untold hours of research and many hours of writing do much to dispel the idea the higher academia is boring.
Academia was put together for at least two reasons. The primary reason is so that present day seminarians will be able to glean from the writings and better their skills. The many references will also aid in the tedious work of research. This work will also serve as a guide for clergy members as they prepare sermons, look at Christian history or just seek to grow in knowledge. No matter the case, Academia is an excellent source for all seeking growth.
So, get you a cup of coffee (or tea if you prefer), get the pad and pen and dig in. Make sure you won't be disturbed for a few hours as you delve into academia as the preacher sees it. Don't be surprised if you learn a thing or two as the preacher did while doing the research.
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