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Scripture is a Practical Theology: A Vision for Theological Education

Whenever I teach a class on systematic theology—Bibliology, Soteriology, Pneumatology—I begin with an hour-long lecture on theological method. I want our students to see that doing theology isn’t simply a matter of collecting relevant Bible texts and expositing each passage in its original context. That step is essential and foundational, but for our theological formulations…

End-Of-Year Giving Campaign 2021

A Message from President Ryan Rippee Partnering with you, The Cornerstone Bible College and Seminary continues to experience growth and impact in the work to which we have been called: exalting and proclaiming the supremacy and sufficiency of Christ by training expositors of the Scriptures who love and shepherd the flock. Two years ago, we…

Pride and the Pastor-Theologian

Scripture warns us repeatedly that the pursuit of man's praise disables us from rightly understanding and interpreting Scripture.

Charles Spurgeon: Pastor-Professor

If you’re a gospel preacher, you’ve heard of Charles Spurgeon. His ministry was unparalleled during his life, and his ongoing influence through his books and written sermons is amazing by any standard. His unique ability to illustrate biblical truth and portray the love of Jesus Christ to sinners has captured readers—fellow preachers and laymen—for generations.…

An Interview With Current Student, Austin Thompson

TCBS is blessed to have pastor-professors that bring years of personal experience navigating the unique circumstances of their local congregation. How has TCBS prepared you for pastoral and church ministry?TCBS has revolutionized my pastoral and church ministry. It has provided me countless tools necessary to better shepherd the flock that the Lord has entrusted to…

An Interview with TCBS Alum, Patrick Lacson

I loved the pastor-professor model because the men truly loved me as a student and as a brother in Christ.  These men discipled me and showed me the personal joys and challenges of being a pastor.  How has TCBS prepared you for pastoral and church ministry?TCBS has provided a very balanced approach to pastoral ministry. …

Brothers, Kill Distractions

Many are telling us today that we must limit the distractions in our lives in order to be more productive. While the temptation to be diverted from our work existed prior to the twenty-first century, our contemporary setting—with the development of personal technology and ease-of-access to the internet—poses a unique challenge to our ability to…

The Privilege of Training Pastors

In this installment of The Pastor-Professor, I am not going to focus on syllabus construction, educational philosophy, or classroom management. I want to step back and consider the grand privilege and strategic opportunity of training pastors.  If we’ve learned anything this past year, it’s that time is short. From Covid-19 deaths, to the sudden departure of famous…

Keep Reading

If you’ve been teaching your particular class or set of classes for several years, you may already have a substantial amount of lecture material prepared for each quarter. If you are just starting in your work as a college or seminary professor and still in the early years of course development, you may find that your material…

A Message from President Ryan Rippee

We want to be the first school students think of for equipping and training in ministry, and to do that, we need your continued support.