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Seminary Prof Fraternizing With The Enemy?

Seminary Prof Fraternizing With The Enemy?

Christianity Today just published a little feature on our very own Seminary Professor Dr. Paul Louis Metzger in their May 2011 Issue. (Lesser known fact, it was also written by MU adjunct professor and prolific journalist Cornelia Becker Seigneur!)

Fraternizing With The Enemy

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Metzger Writes on popular “Out of Ur” Blog

Comments Off Written on September 7th, 2010 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Media, Seminary

As a follow-up to his article on Biblical Justice in Leadership Journal this summer, Dr. Paul Louis Metzger also made some guest appearances writing for the very popular blog "Out of Ur" run by Leadership Journal. Read the rest of this entry »

What Is Biblical Justice?

Comments Off Written on August 5th, 2010 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Media, Seminary

In the Summer 2010 issue of Leadership Journal, Dr. Paul Louis Metzger (Seminary Professor, Institute Leader, Journal Editor, and author extraordinaire) wrote an article titled: "What Is Biblical Justice?"   Read the rest of this entry »

Harper and Metzger Featured in Christianity Today

2 comments Written on August 17th, 2009 by
Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary

Once again, another Multnomah faculty-authored book is proving to be worth the effort it took to write it and important enough for more organizations not  named "Multnomah" to promote its merits!

Read the official press release about Exploring Ecclesiology: An Evangelical and Ecumenical Introduction

Huge National Spread

Christianity Today magazine gave it a fantastic treatment when they condensed it down into a 4-page article with custom artwork in their August 2009 issue. This isn't just a book review - it is actually part of the book with Dr. Paul Louis Metzger of the Seminary and Dr. Brad Harper of the Bible College credited as the authors.

PDF of the issue here
magspread

Not Just a Textbook

Even though the book is accessible to anyone who wants to read it - and you should if you can - it is also going to be used in the classroom at other institutions. So, it's kind of making an impact.

To wit:  http://mikewittmer.wordpress.com/2009/08/02/evangelical-ecclesiology/