Greetings Sean! This question is a bit off topic ... but related. Our church (I pastor a PCA church in Cheraw, SC) loved using "On Being Presbyterian" and I'm so glad you offer powerpoint for it. I'm thinking of using Stephen Nichol's "Monk and Mallet" next quarter, for a course on reformation history. I believe you are friends w/ Stephen, and am curious if he offers anything similar (powerpoint, visual helps) that accompany his little book. You're a wee bit easier to google than Dr. Nichols. Any help you can offer would be much appreciated. Keep up the good work!- Travis
Steve used to have a website that accompanied the book; but it looks like it doesn't exist any more. He teaches at Lancaster Bible College; perhaps by trying to call him at the college, you can get some help. sml
Thanks Sean! I've left him a message. I believe he's "working" in the Bahamas right now ...Tell me, do chief academic officers get to "work" in places like that?
How can I get the slides for the Chapter 9? they are not in the list.I am a member of Granada Presbyterian Church in Coral Gable Florida and I am preparing a class precisaly on the presbyterian identity for our hispanic ministry.I assume that you do not have those slides translated into spanish so I am working on this.Best regards,Luis Pablo Alcala
I've just downloaded the files but for some reason Powerpoint is not able to open them. What can be the problem?
That is better than I did. I can't download them at all. It takes me to a page on Covenant Seminary's website and I get a 405 error message saying that the page is not available or has been moved or.......
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