LTS Quarterly Vol. 44 Winter 2011 No. 4

LTS Quarterly Copyright Page Cover Page Table of Contents and Editors Note The End Better Than the Beginning John W. McGarvey p. 175 - 178 A Grade of Ninety John W. McGarvey p. 179 - 182 Why Preach John W. McGarvey p. 183 - 186 What to Preach John W. McGarvey p. 187 - 190 The Study and Selection of Hymns John W. McGarvey p. 191 - 196 Lord, Teach Us to Pray John W. McGarvey p. 197 - 200 Pray and Spirit John W. McGarvey p. 201 - 204 Poor Preachers John W.... Read More

Judaism and Christianity: Next Moosnick Lecture Series

 Lexington, Ky., Feb. 6, 2013 – Author, professor and Rabbi Dr. Michael J. Cook discusses Jesus, Jusdaism and the Gospels, as well as co-existence vs. anti-Semitism in the relationship between Judaism and Christianity in a pair of lectures Feb. 17 and 18. The lectures are part of the Franklin B. Moosnick Lectureship in Judaic Studies, sponsored by the Moosnick Endowment. Transylvania University, Lexington Theological Seminary, Ohavay Zion Synagogue, and Temple Adapt Israel present... Read More

New Year, New Format for Doctor of Ministry Program

Lexington, Ky., Feb. 4, 2013 – The Doctor of Ministry program at Lexington Theological Seminary returns this year in a flexible, cohort-based model with a mostly online delivery system to meet the needs of those working in ministry today. The Doctor of Ministry program at LTS is designed to equip pastors to transform congregations for effective ministry in the 21st century. “Our mission is to prepare faithful leaders for the church of Jesus Christ, and as such we serve as a resource... Read More