On the first day of Dr. Haddon Robinson’s DMin in Preaching and Teaching class, the first thing his students expected was a syllabus. What they got was a question. Dr. Robinson opened the Bible and asked, “What’s the big idea?”
Dr. Robinson’s question treats Scripture as one cohesive story, and so does the DMin as a whole. You’ll learn to see Christ in the Old Testament, even if you’re not expecting to—in the OT’s third-day motifs, for example, which point to the Resurrection. You’ll learn the literary techniques you need to follow the Bible’s patterns as they come together in one grand narrative. You’ll learn to read a given verse not as a stand-alone text but as one instance of a much larger story.
For these three students, the education has been transformative:
If you’ve ever thought about studying the Bible at the highest academic level, you owe it to yourself to check out the DMin’s comprehensive John Piper Scholarship. You’ll get:
And because you’ll do almost all your studying from home, you won’t have to give up your current priorities as you earn your doctorate—free.
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