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WELCOME TO CETEPP SEMINARY

A BIBLE SCHOOL IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH

Two websites to help you: cetepphaiti.com and ceteppseminary.com


CENTER OF EVANGELICAL AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY was created to provide biblical, theological and pastoral training to christian leaders and pastors. Customized degree can be offered to help students meet a number of goals. You pick the class you want and we come alongside of you to coach you until you reach your objective. We provide you with comprehensive biblical resources and training , and equip you with effective theological knowledge and skills that will enable you to know God more and to serve Him better.

Cetepp Seminary is a religious institution created to educate pastors, missionaries, evangelists, Christian counselors and other Christian workers. Cetepp provides Christian leaders with opportunities to acquire the appropriate skills to carry on the work of ministry.The program of the seminary does not aim at training students in the secular field of employment. All degrees of CETEPP are exclusively religious and are intended for vocations in the Church and para-Church Ministries.

CENTRE DE THEOLOGIE EVANGELIQUE ET PASTORALE is chartered by the State of Florida and registered with the Commission for Independent Education of the Florida Department of Education as a Religious Institution,.Cetepp can only grant religious degrees. These degrees are for the purpose of personal growth and advancement in Christian Ministry and not for advancement in secular employment or education.

CENTRE DE THEOLOGIE EVANGELIQUE ET PASTORALE is an institution registered and accredited by Florida Department of Education to award associate, bachelor, masters, and doctorate degrees. It has met the requirements of state law pursuant to Section 1005.06 (1) (f), Florida Statutes as determined by the Florida Commission for Independent Education. Institutional compliance allows CETEPP to offer educational programs that prepare students for religious vocations as ministers, professionals, or laypersons in the categories of ministry, counseling, theology, education, administration, fine arts, media, communications, or social work. Institutional compliance also allows CETEPP Seminary to award the A.A., B.A., M.A., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in religious subjects. The religious subject is displayed on the degree certificate. Center of Evangelical and Pastoral Theology ( CETEPP SEMINARY) awards the M.Div., Doctor of Ministry, and Doctor of Theology degrees.

To view CENTRE DE THEOLOGIE EVANGELIQUE ET PASTORALE on the list of approved schools, go to:

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CETEPP ACCREDITATION:

Accreditation : THE CENTER OF EVANGELICAL AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY ( Centre de theologie Evangelique et Pastorale) is accredited by:

  * ACCREDITING COMMISSION FOR BIBLICAL HIGHER EDUCATION. Houston Texas,Website : www.acbhe.org/members


*  Association of Independent Christian Colleges and Seminaries based in St. Louis, Missouri.

*NATIONAL BIBLE COLLEGE ASSOCIATION a Louisville , Kentucky ( USA). https://www.n-b-c-a.com/





Association of Independent Christian Colleges & Seminaries

AICCS ACCREDITATION

Accrediting Commission for Biblical Higher Education

ACBHE ACCREDITATION

NATIONAL BIBLE COLLEGE ASSOCIATION

NBCA ACCREDITATION

Commission for Independent Education of the Florida Department of Education

Dr Jean Marc Desire, DMin

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Dr Joel Desire,TH D

Vice President

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MASTER OF COUNSELING

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MASTER OF LEADERSHIP

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MASTER OF DIVINITY

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Every course lasts between eight and twelve weeks. Every student is free to study  at their own pace and is granted 16 weeks to complete any given course.
The following requirements go for every course: reading, quizzes, essays, exams, and research. There is always a final exam at the end of every course.
CETEPP SEMINARY uses english and french for reading , exams, audio lectures and essays. Every student can pick one language or use both as necessary.
CETEPP SEMINAry is a non-profit organization. A student donates for books , administrative  and tecnology fees. Every student's donation is used for the purpose of supporting the ministry .

A twelve-week class runs from $250 to $350 dollars with books included.
A certificate is issued for every course completed .  A student earns 3 or 6 credits for every course.

A student receives a general bible diploma for 30 credits completed
A student receives an Associate Bible study diploma for 60 credits completed.
For 90 credits: A graduate diploma in theology is issued
For 120 credits : A bachelor degree in theology is issued
A master of Ministry is 36 credits after the Bachelor of Theology
A master of divinity is 90 credits after the Bachelor Of Theology
A Doctorate of ministry is 30 credits after the Master of Divinity
A PhD Degree is 30 credits after the Doctorate.
A CETEPP off-campus or online student is encouraged to complete a 9 to 12 semester hour course every three months. (This is not demanded, but recommended). However, should a student need more time, he or she is required to contact the school for an extension. Slower students are allowed to work at their own pace. The slower student is required to contact the school at least once during each thirty-day period to give a brief report of progress. Once a course has been submitted for grading, the student should allow three weeks for the graded materials to be returned.
Students who fail to communicate with the school for more than six months will be placed on an inactive list and a $50.00 fee will be required to re-activate the files. Failure to communicate with the school does not relieve students on payment plans from making monthly tuition payments. If a student enrolls into one of CETEPP’s degree programs and does not submit any work or does not contact the school for an extension, after 24 months, the student will be dismissed.
Students who have gained substantial knowledge and skill in appropriate subject areas before attending CETEPP SEMINARY , may apply for consideration of admission at an advanced standing. Such students are required to submit a Student Resume & Portfolio Guide. This form may be acquired upon request.
Under the Student Resume & Portfolio Program, an applicant may receive up to six-semester hour’s credit at the undergraduate level, for each documented year spent in full-time Christian service, not exceeding 30 credits. No credit is given towards graduate work under this program. The college will determine the number of credits given after reviewing an applicant’s work history and previous college training. In no case will an applicant be issued a degree or diploma without having completed 30 credits through Bethany. There is a non-refundable $100.00 fee for this evaluation.
Students who are working toward a degree in Religious Education may receive credit for on-the-job teaching experience while attending CETEPP SEMINARY. To be considered for this credit, students will have the principal or dean of the school where they are employed, submit an evaluation of their work to CETEPP SEMINARY.
Students, who are pastoring or working under full-time pastors while attending CETEPP, may obtain credit for this experience. To be considered for this credit, the students’ supervising pastors will report to the SEMINARY.
Students in Christian counseling who, while studying with , are working under full-time qualified Christian counselors or completing counseling practicums, may obtain credit for this on-going experience. To be considered for this credit, the supervising counselors must submit regular reports. Documented experience in Human Services may also be considered. CETEPP SEMINARY  will provide appropriate forms for such evaluations.
Portfolio Learning Assessment is limited to undergraduate studies. No P.L.A. will be allowed at the graduate and postgraduate levels.

A high school diploma or its equivalent is required to enroll into the undergraduate program and a Bachelor’s degree is required to enroll into the Master’s degree program. A Master’s is required to enroll into the Doctoral program.
If the student does not have a high school diploma, then he or she may enroll as a Special Student. The student must have the capability of doing college work. The Special Student may receive a diploma for completing an undergraduate program of study, but not a degree. The Special Student may not be enrolled into a Master’s level, or a Doctoral level program of study

Any person regardless of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin may enroll as a student with CETEPP. However, it is required of all enrolling students to give testimony that they have received the Lord Jesus Christ as their Saviour.


First the student is asked to complete an enrollment/evaluation form which is found on CETEPP’s website and submit it to CETEPP. The application is free. The student may make payment through the use of a credit/debit card. Once the application has been received and approved. The student may then select to pay  upfront for the program of study  or set up a tuition payments plan over a twelve-month period.

The answer is yes. The student may receive help and guidance by calling or emailing the college office, or the student may contact a professor/mentor should one be assigned. The student is never left without someone to help in the time of need.

*Should the student need more information, he may contact the college and seminary at (954) 515-2669 or E-mail Dr. Jean Marc Desire  at doyen@cetepphaiti.com 


After the applicant has been evaluated and given a proposed program of study for earning the desired degree, and after the student approves the proposal, he or she will then notify the school and submit the down payment or payment in full. The student is then officially enrolled with CETEPP. Following this payment, the school will send to the student the required study materials.

 
CETEPP holds an annual graduation the last Thursday in May of each year. At this time CETEPP’s students can attend a formal graduation ceremony with caps and gowns. During the graduation exercise students can have their picture made receiving their degrees, and have fellowship with other graduating students. Attendance at graduation exercise is not compulsory but encouraged.

Students who wish to transfer credits from previous academic work must submit official transcripts within 90 days of enrollment. CETEPP will accept copies of transcripts for preliminary evaluation during the admissions process. Courses in which the student received a “C” grade or higher will be considered for transfer if the content reasonably meets the requirements of the chosen program. At the seminary level, grades below “C” but part of an earned degree from another institution, will be evaluated on an individual basis. Any advanced standing, whether it is transfer credits or credit received from a Portfolio Learning Assessment, shall in no instance preclude a minimum of 30 semester hours credit of study with CETEPP.
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In order to evaluate your previous college credits, please provide CETEPP with the following information. List all colleges attended in chronological order, (beginning with the first and ending with the last). You may receive advanced standing for transfer credits earned from other acceptable colleges and seminaries and/or Life Learning Experience and apply them toward your degree program. CETEPP only allows 30 credits for life learning and that can only be applied in the undergraduate level. However, an advanced standing, whether it is transfer credits or credit received from Portfolio Learning Assessment, shall in no instance preclude a minimum of 30 credit hours of study with CETEPP.

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WELCOME TO CETEPP SEMINARY

A THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH

Two websites to serve you: cetepphaiti.com and ceteppseminary.com

CATALOG OF CETEPP SEMINARY

The Center of Evangelical and Pastoral Theology is Incorporated in the State of Florida. USA . It is a certified member of Association of Independent Christian Colleges and Seminaries in Saint Charles Missouri , and ACCREDITING COMMISSION FOR BIBLICAL HIGHER EDUCATION in Houston Texas.

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Chaque etudiant(e) doit remplir ce formulaire d'inscription pour prendre les classes au CETEPP. L'Inscription est gratuite .

Afin d'évaluer vos crédits, veuillez fournir au CETEPP les informations suivantes. Énumérez tous les collèges fréquentés par ordre chronologique (en commençant par le premier et en terminant par le dernier). Vous pouvez obtenir un statut avancé pour les crédits de transfert obtenus d'autres collèges et séminaires acceptables et / ou une expérience d'apprentissage de la vie et les appliquer à votre programme d'études. Le CETEPP n'autorise que 30 crédits d'apprentissage de la vie et qui ne peuvent être appliqués qu'au premier cycle. Cependant, un statut avancé, qu'il s'agisse de crédits de transfert ou de crédits reçus de Portfolio Learning Assessment, n'exclut en aucun cas un minimum de 30 heures de crédit d'études avec le CETEPP.
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Dr Tom Berry:

It was my privilege to become acquainted with Dr Jean Marc’s father, Pastor Louis Desire`in 1980. He was a humble, dedicated and effective minister to the Haitian people, and highly respected by the members of the church of which I was pastor. Dr Jean Marc Desire was ordained at Baptist Bible Church in Elkton, Maryland on March 12, 1988. I was the senior Pastor. There were several pastors from Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey that sat on his council. They fully questioned him on doctrine and ministry and authorized the church to proceed with his ordination. In 1989, Dr Desire returned to Haiti, took over the ministry of his late father. He has served there in Christian ministry and planted other churches.God greatly blessed this endeavor as hundreds received Christ as Savior, were baptized and joined the church. Ministries were raised up to meet the demanding spiritual and physical needs of the Haitian people. Dr Jean Marc Desire has been an anchor to the Haitian people. He is a leader among the pastors and of the churches where he serves . He has my strongest recommendation .

Dr Tom Berry

BEMA:

Dr Jean Marc Desire has been a missionary in Haiti in excellent standing with Baptist Evangelistic Missionary Association since 1989. Our association has been extremely pleased with the work Dr Desire has been leading and would like to give him a very high recommendation for any business that you might be conducting with him. Judy Matheny Executive Secretary https://www.bemamissions.org

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Bible, Biblical Languages, & Theology
SEARCHABLE BIBLE TEXTS

Crosswalk.com: Search 23 versions, including TEV.
Bible Study Tools Online A comprehensive site, “the Web’s largest library of online Bible study resources.”
Bible Gateway: 18 versions available for searching, some with audio
International Bible Society Bible Gateway — 38 non-English translations in addition to English NIV, TNIV, and NIrV.
Download e-Sword Bible study software
AUDIO: Faith Comes by Hearing : The world’s largest catalog of Audio Bibles, to hear or download, in 414 languages
ARTFL Project: Multi-lingual Bibles: King James English, Luther German, Louis Segond French, Latin Vulgate
Biblos.com multilingual text, over 100 translations, some in interlinear
Old Paths: includes the King James, American Standard, and the Old Paths Versions, and a Russian version
Webster’s Bible Translation

BIBLE STUDY AND TEACHING

The Bible Professor, Dr. James E. Smith
Commentaries by Dr. Smith on Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Luke, Galatians, and Ephesians, and a Harmony of the Four Gospels, in a PDF document, edited by Dr. Smith. The expanded electronic version of The Fourfold Gospel by J. W. McGarvey and Philip Y. Pendleton, transcribed from a copy of the 1914 Standard Publishing edition. This page also includes an article on the Holy Spirit.
College Press’ Bible Study Textbook Series: Full text of many volumes in this series other than Dr. Smith’s.
Bible and Commentary Browser at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL)
The New Testament Gateway: A comprehensive, up-to-date web directory of internet resources related to the New Testament, maintained by Dr. Mark Goodacre.
The Old Testament Gateway: A comprehensive, annotated, academic directory of internet sites on the Old Testament.
Bible Commentaries Online Links to several older commentaries in the public domain for each book of the Bible.
C. F. Keil. and F. Delitzsch Commentaries
iTanakh resources include texts, archaeology, and related subjects

SUPPLEMENTARY BIBLE RESOURCES

Bible Resource Center: Provided by the American Bible Society, this site offers basic Bible study helps, including Bible dictionaries, charts and graphs.
Bible Sources from St. Ambrose University O’Keefe Library
Bibles.net: Several different translations, online concordances, cross-references and commentaries, original Greek and Hebrew; download complete Bibles and reference material
Blue Letter Bible: Bibles, commentaries, and study tools
Children’s Bible: 9 translations of the Book of Mark, picture stories, coloring book and quizzes
NetBible a new translation; Bibles in text and MP3; the Biblical Studies Foundation publishes Bible study aids to accompany NetBible.

BIBLE STUDY TOOLS

Biblical Chronology – Jack Finegan, E. Jerry Vardaman
CrossWalk.com Bible Study Tools: Crosswalk.com’s Bible Study Tools ® are designed to facilitate in-depth study and exploration of God’s Word.
Easton’s 1897 Bible Dictionary and the World Wide Study Bible at the CCEL
Bible History Online – images and resources for Biblical history. Quotations about the Bible and history.
The Genesis Files – educational resources that promote the Bible as the Word of God, God’s message to us, including maps, satellite imagery, and graphics to aid in understanding the Scriptures.
The History of the English Bible: A concise history with a detailed timeline, portraits, and historical information. This page is on a dealer’s commercial site that includes extensive information on early Bibles and illustrations of pages from early translations.
How We Got Our Bible, downloadable study course; the fee entitles you to make multiple copies for your church.

BIBLE SOCIETIES

American Bible Society
International Bible Society: The purpose of International Bible Society (IBS) is to faithfully translate and reach out with God’s Word so that people around the world may become disciples of Jesus Christ and members of His Body.
Text of: Bible, Babel and Babble: The Foundations of Bible Translations by Dr. Scott Munger.
A daily Bible verse: Daily Manna From the Net.
United Bible Society A resource page dedicated to the global Bible translation. Includes abstracts of all issues of The Bible Translator for 1950-2011.

BIBLE ATLASES

A Bible Atlas at The Genesis Files
Bible Maps: links to selected maps from the Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd (New York: Henry Holt, 1923), online at the Historical Maps Collection at the University of Texas at Austin.
Geography of the Bible – Biblical and historical maps for Bible study

HISTORIC BIBLES

Gutenberg Bible Images, at the Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin.
Gutenberg Bibles at the British Library.
Book of Kells images; Information : The book of Kells is held in the Long Room, the Old Library, at Trinity College, Dublin.
Lindisfarne Gospels in the British Library; pages.
Tyndale Bible at the British Library.
Rare Bible leaves illustrated at a commercial site.
Facsimiles at the same commercial site: an 1841 English Hexapla Parallel New Testament facsimile; and aGeneva facsimile page; Tyndale facsimile page; Wycliffe, John 1:1 facsimile
“Turning the Pages” online gallery at the British Library: Bibles and other rare manuscripts. (Requires AcitiveX, may be blocked by FCC firewall). Alternative versions include the Lindisfarne Gospels and a lavishly illustrated 14th century Hebrew manuscript of the Golden Haggadah, an Armenian Gospel table; the Luttrell Psalter.
Codex Sinaiticus: BBC news report on the progress of digitization of the Codex, now displayed on the British Library website.
400 Years of the King James Bible, displayed at the Bilical Heritage Gallery, Cedarville University.
A “new historic” Bible: the St. John’s Bible

Hebrew

Ancient Hebrew Research Center: Teaching the Ancient Hebrew Language of the Bible Through the Study of the Ancient Hebrew Alphabet, Culture and Thought: resources for the study of the ancient Hebrew language and culture.
Biblia Hebraica: Thirty-one interactive lessons containing notes and quizzes; Most lessons include a Hebrew to English/English to Hebrew vocabulary quiz. The quizzes are multiple choice and advance by themselves when the correct answer is selected.
Hebrew fonts: SIL fonts in cyberspace
Amos. “Postmodern Bible” English and Hebrew text of Amos with study aids.
Bible and Mishneh Torah text; links to Hebrew text and parallel texts. Hebrew Bible (Tana”kh) and the RaMBaM’s Complete Restatement of the Oral Law (Mishneh Torah)
iTanak information and thefreedictionary.com Tanakh entry.
The Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, Jewish National and University Library
Index to the Jewish Bible Quarterly: An Index to 28 years of the Jewish Bible Quarterly Magazine.
Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit
Virtual Geula – a Jewish book-finding source.

Hebrew

The New Testament Gateway A comprehensive, up-to-date web directory of internet resources related to the New Testament, maintained by Dr. Mark Goodacre. Includes Translations and editions and Gospels among many other excellent resources.
Biblical Studies & Theology – Bible, New Testament, Languages, Other Christian Resources
Fonts in Cyberspace (SIL) (scroll down to see the list of Greek fonts)
Learn New Testament Greek
Manuscripts of the Gospels. Tables of manuscripts and the portion of biblical texts included in them.
TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism – an electronic journal dedicated to the study of the Jewish and Christian biblical texts.

GREEK

Ancient Hebrew Research Center: Teaching the Ancient Hebrew Language of the Bible Through the Study of the Ancient Hebrew Alphabet, Culture and Thought: resources for the study of the ancient Hebrew language and culture.
Biblia Hebraica: Thirty-one interactive lessons containing notes and quizzes; Most lessons include a Hebrew to English/English to Hebrew vocabulary quiz. The quizzes are multiple choice and advance by themselves when the correct answer is selected.
Hebrew fonts: SIL fonts in cyberspace
Amos. “Postmodern Bible” English and Hebrew text of Amos with study aids.
Bible and Mishneh Torah text; links to Hebrew text and parallel texts. Hebrew Bible (Tana”kh) and the RaMBaM’s Complete Restatement of the Oral Law (Mishneh Torah)
iTanak information and thefreedictionary.com Tanakh entry.
The Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts, Jewish National and University Library
Index to the Jewish Bible Quarterly: An Index to 28 years of the Jewish Bible Quarterly Magazine.
Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit
Virtual Geula – a Jewish book-finding source.

CLASSICAL GREEK

Greek Language and Linguistics Gateway for classical Greek
Internet Classics Archive
The Perseus Project. Includes the classical Greek lexicon: Liddell-Scott-Jones Lexicon of Classical Greek.
Resources for learning ancient and modern Greek
Data banks of papyri, including the Duke Data Bank of Documentary Papyri.
Thesaurae Linguae Graecae. TLG has collected and digitized most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453. It includes texts and inscriptions, with the goal to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era, updated quarterly. Available online by subscription only. Information about the authors and works included in the TLG Library is stored in the Canon of Greek Authors and Works. The full Canon is open to the public and can be searched on this site.

THEOLOGY AND RELIGION

The Internet Christian Library : A large archive of “classical” Christian materials
Institute for Christian Literature : literature related to “Classical Christianity”
Theology Website : Created by the historical theology department of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Trinity International University, the Theology Website is a comprehensive collection of theology information and resources including articles from the Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, church history study helps, and electronic texts.
Abbreviations in theology & Biblical studies – standard abbreviations and acronyms for theological journals and Biblical commentaries found in academic literature in many languages.
Anabaptist original sources
Bible Resources from the churches of Christ
Boston University Theology page: “a hub for locating serious Christian theological activity on the Internet.”
Includes Christian theology pages by tradition ; Periodicals links.
Catholic Encyclopedia: the 1908 edition. This page includes links to texts of Summa Theologica and
Fathers of the ChurchChristian Theological Seminary library’s useful links.
Creeds of Christendom : A comprehensive collection of the full text of Christian creeds and other statements of faith. In addition, such statements as the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy and the Lausanne Covenant are included.
Doorway Papers by Arthur Custance.
ECOLE Initiative – an archived hypertext encyclopedia of early church history
Gramcord Institute multi-language Bible software site
Dr. Les Hardin‘s Biblical Studies links and Spiritual Formation links
Into His Own – Texts providing perspectives on the world of Jesus
Jesus Christ. What’s So Special About Jesus. Edwin M. Yamauchi.
The Jesus Seminar critiqued: The Gospel According to the Jesus Seminar, by Birger A. Pearson.
Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906 edition.
Lutheran resource: Project Wittenberg – home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans Medieval scripts – a timeline with sample text
On Religion by Terry Mattingly: A weekly syndicated newspaper column.
Orthodox Christian Church weblinks: a collection of Eastern & Western Orthodox links, websites and online resources
Quotations: Christian quote-of-the-day devotional thought with links to Christian biography and devotional literature
Resource Pages for Biblical Studies – a resource for scholarly studies of the early Christian writings and their social world.
The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge by Philip Schaff. (1954)
Theopedia – an encyclopedia of Biblical Christianity
Virtual Israel Bible MuseumWabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion: Christianity and world religions
Teaching and learning resources
Wesleyan: Wesley Center for Applied Theology
World Wide Encyclopedia of Christianity at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL)
Yale Divinity School Library Research Guide for Christianity; additional links to online resources

Resources to Help you Identify Journal Articles

https://www.lib.sfu.ca/help/research-assistance/format-type/what-journal-article
https://bowvalleycollege.libguides.com/c.php?g=10229&p=52137

WORLD CAT

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DIRECTORY OF OPEN ACCESS JOURNALS

This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. We aim to cover all subjects and languages. There are now 2897 journals in the directory. Currently 933 journals are searchable at article level.
OPEN ACCESS DIGITAL THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY

The mission of Open Access Digital Theological Library (OADTL) is to curate high-quality content in religious studies and related disciplines from publisher websites, institutional repositories, scholarly societies, archives, and stable public domain collections. The OADTL uses the world’s most advanced integrated library system (ILS) for cataloging and discovery. This system, OCLC’s WorldShare, makes content easily discoverable and retrievable. The OADTL is staffed by professional librarians and curates content without regard for theological or confessional perspective.
RELIGION ONLINE

More than 6,000 articles and chapters. Topics include Old and New Testament, Theology, Ethics, History and Sociology of Religion, Communication and Cultural Studies, Pastoral Care, Counseling, Homiletics, Worship, Missions and Religious Education.
OER COMMONS

OER Commons is a public digital library of open educational resources. OER Commons offers you numerous resources for furthering your knowledge concerning our General Education courses.
GOOGLE SCHOLAR

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Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly articles and literature
GOOGLE BOOKS

Google Books is the world’s most comprehensive index of full-text books.
BC CAMPUS OPEN ED BOOKS

BC Campus Open Ed Books is an educational resource for free collegiate level textbooks.
ONLINE BIBLE, CHURCH, AND MINISTRY MAGAZINES

Albert Mohler – The Briefing
Bible Study Magazine
CCM Magazine
Charisma Magazine
Christian History Magazine
Christianity Today
Church Executive Magazine
Church Production Magazine
Church Tech Today
Guideposts Magazine
Outreach Magazine
Parabola Christian Magazine
Point Magazine
Relevant Magazine
Sojourners
Spirituality and Health
Technologies for Worship Magazine
The Church Network
Today’s Christian Woman
Worship Leader

OPENSTAX BOOKS

OpenStax Books is a free online educational resource for collegiate level textbooks.
Online Reference Works

Easton’s Bible Dictionary, M. G. Easton
Torrey’s New Topical Textbook, R. A. Torrey
Smith’s Bible Dictionary, William Smith
Derickson’s Notes on Theology, Stanley R. Direckson
Nave’s Topical Bible, Orville J. Nave
Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary on the Bible, Matthew Henry
Wesley’s Notes on the Bible, John Wesley
Barnes’ New Testament Notes
Calvin’s Commentaries
https://www.blueletterbible.org/

Great Academic Articles for Any Discipline

http://www.jurn.org/#gsc.tab=0
https://scholar.google.com/

Business Journals

https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/search
https://hbu.edu/center-for-christianity-in-business/the-christian-business-review/read-the-journal/
https://ethix.org/archives
http://www.ecommerce-digest.com/online-academic-journals.html
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Church Ministry

http://www.relevantmagazine.com/
http://www.christianitytoday.com/
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Counseling

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https://www.ccef.org/journal-of-biblical-counseling/

Evangelism

A Study In Personal Evangelism, Gene Taylor
How to Book on Personal Evangelism, R. Larry Moyer
Evangelism Made Personal, Mark A. Copeland

History

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Worship/Music

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EUNOMIOS: An Open Journal for Theory, Analysis and Semiotics of Music
Music Theory Online: A Journal of Criticism, Commentary, Research and Scholarship [peer-reviewed]
https://guides.lib.virginia.edu/c.php?g=515223&p=3520595
https://humanitiesjournals.fandom.com/wiki/Musicology_and_Music_Theory_Journals

Youth Ministry

http://youthministry.com/group-magazine/ (search bar on right side)
https://www.youthandchildrens.work/
https://www.youthworker.com/articles/category/magazine/ (search bar on top right side)

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Theological Journals

Acta Patristica et Byzantina
Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology
Alliance for Vulnerable Mission Bulletin
Anvil
Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies
Ashland Theological Journal
Australian Biblical Review
Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology
The Baptist Ministers’ Journal
Baptist Quarterly
BACUP Papers
Bible Translator
Bibliotheca Sacra
Bulletin for Biblical Research
Bulletin of the British Theological And Philosophical Libraries (ABTAPL)
Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library
Calvary Baptist Theological Journal
The Campbell Morgan Memorial Bible Lectures
Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity
Canadian Journal of Theology
Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology
Catholic Biblical Quarterly
Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal
Christian Brethren Review
Churchman
Congregational History Circle Magazine
Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal
Downside Review
East Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology
Ecclesia Reformanda
Elim Evangel
Eternity – the Magazine of Christian Truth
The Ethel M. Wood Lectures
European Journal of Theology
Eusebeia
Evangel – the British Evangelical Review
The Evangelical Quarterly
Evangelical Review of Theology
The Expositor (1875-1914)
Faith and Thought
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Foundations
The Fraternal
Gospel Perspectives series
Grace Journal
Grace Theological Journal
Haddington House Journal
Indian Journal of Theology
Irish Biblical Studies
Inter-Varsity Magazine
Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry
Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Journal for the Evangelical Study of the Old Testament
Journal of Biblical Literature
Journal of Early Christian History
Journal of Early Christian Studies
Journal of Korean American Ministries & Theology
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
Journal of the International Society of Christian Apologetics
Journal of the Irish Christian Study Centre
Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute
Journal of the United Reformed Church History Society
Journal of Theological Studies
Kairos: Evangelical Journal of Theology
McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry
Mainstream – Baptists for Life & Growth
Maranatha Baptist Theological Journal
Melanesian Journal of Theology
Midwestern Journal of Theology
Neotestamentica
The Pacific Journal of Baptist Research
Palestine Exploration Quarterly
The Pentecostal Educator
PneumAfrica
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Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society
Refleks
Reformed Baptist Theological Review
Reformation & Revival
The Reformed Theological Review
Religion in Communist Lands
Religion, State and Society
Religious & Theological Students Fellowship (RTSF) Monographs & Booklets
Review & Expositor
Second Century: A Journal of Early Christian Studies
Schweich Lectures on Biblical Archaeology
Science and Christian Belief
Scripture (Catholic Biblical Association [UK]
Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology
Southern Baptist Journal of Theology
Stimulus
Themelios
Theological Review
Theological Students Fellowship (TSF) Bulletin
Theological Students Fellowship (TSF) Bulletin (US)
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