M. James Sawyer (PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary) has taught Theology, Church History and Historical Theology for nearly twenty-five years. He currently serves as Professor of Theology at A.W. Tozer Seminary in Redding, California and as Director of "Sacred Saga" ministries (SacredSaga.org).
Taxonomic Charts of Theology and Biblical Studiesby M. James Sawyer, John D. Hannah, Joseph Holden
Theology and biblical studies comprise a vast array of interrelated topics and disciplines. But the ways in which the different areas of study fit together may not be readily apparent to seminary students and lay persons. Taxonomic Charts of Theology and Biblical Studies makes obscure relationships clear. It systematically provides: 1. A visual tracing of all major areas of theology and biblical studies 2. A glossary/index that gives brief definitions -- By revealing the connection between such areas of study as archaeology, geography, and Old and New Testament studies, and then breaking each category down in orderly detail, Taxonomic Charts of Theology and Biblical Studies gives the student a sound understanding of the relationship, importance, and use of various, seemingly unrelated, topics.
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