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Dr Steve Childers, Practical Theologian, and Dr. John Frame, Systematic Theologian, collaborate on four Applied Theology seminary courses with Pathway Learning.

This is what two happy theologians look like after recording their 4th course and 24th lesson for the Applied Theology Project with Pathway Learning: These seminary-level courses cover all 24 topics in Frame’s Systematic Theology, designed especially for church planters, pastors, and missionaries on the field, but available for everyone.

COMING SOON: “Applied Theology: A Systematic Theologian and a Practical Theologian Apply Theology to Life and Ministry.”

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Steve Childers (in Orlando) teaching on John Owen’s views of overcoming temptation and sin.

John Owen (1616-1683) was an English pastor and theologian at Oxford in the 17th century. J.I. Packer, and many other scholars, consider Owen to be the greatest English speaking theologian of all time. If you’d like to received a free download of Steve Childers personal notes being used in the photo above, enter your email below.

Dr. John Frame, Systematic Theologian, and Dr. Steve Childers, Practical Theologian, recording a lesson in the Applied Theology Project coming in 2017. Click above to watch a 2-minute video clip.

“Pathway Learning constitutes a quantum leap in the quality of theological education by distance. I’m proud to be participating in it and now be recommending it to others. Pathway Learning has made it possible for the strong Reformed theology I love to go to all the nations of the world. May God give to this teaching a mighty voice.”  –Dr. John Frame

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Preface to the Applied Theology Project by Dr. John Frame

Now, during my last academic year (50th) of seminary teaching, my colleague, Steve Childers, and I are collaborating on the “Applied Theology Project” to help bring seminary-level systematic theology courses to under-served church leaders worldwide who have no access to traditional theological application.

The vision for this project is to use the latest advances in educational technology to help bring all the loci of Systematic Theology to the millions of church leaders, especially in the developing world, who have no access or cannot afford high quality traditional seminary education.

For years I’ve been teaching “theology is application.” The challenge now is for the two of us to do this together, me as a Systematic Theologian, and Childers as a Practical Theologian, by collaborating and converging our decades of teaching and ministry “for the nations,” as his email signature always says.

In these courses, designed for church leaders to take while they continue in ministry, we are seeking to discuss ways the entire body of systematic theology can be applied to all major aspects of life and ministry.

Pathway Learning constitutes a quantum leap in the quality of theological education by distance. I’m proud to be participating in it and now be recommending it to others. Pathway Learning has made it possible for the strong Reformed theology I love to go to all the nations of the world. May God give to this teaching a mighty voice.

Dr. John M. Frame, Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary