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The Epistle of Paul to the Galatians. Outline Notes by John Grauley (1965).

HermeneuticsCourse Outline by David G. Dunbar (1988).
    With Notes and Annotations by Thomas V. Taylor.

Lectures on the Gospel of Mark. Audio and Class Notes by Swee Hwa Quek (1982).

Lectures on Leviticus. Audio by R. Laird Harris

Lectures on Systematic Theology. Audio and Class Notes by Robert J. Dunzweiler (1978)


GOD AND HUMAN SUFFERING. Class Notes  by Robert J. Dunzweiler.

The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit. Class Notes by Robert J. Dunzweller

The Holy Spirit's  Ministry of Regeneration in the Old Testament. Class Notes by Robert J. Dunzweller (1969).

SECULAR HUMANISM. Class Notes by Robert J. Dunzweller.

SALVATION. by Robert J. Dunzweiler.

EVOLUTION AND SPECIAL CREATION. Class Notes by Robert J. Dunzweller.

CHRISTIAN ETHICS. Class Notes by Robert J. Dunzweller

APOLOGETICS. Class Notes by Robert J. Dunzweller.

OLD TESTAMENT POETS. Class Outline by William N. Harding.

OLD TESTAMENT SURVEYClass Syllabus by William N. Harding (1995)

PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP Class Syllabus by William N. Harding.

Foundations of Biblical Prophecy. Audio Lectures and Class Outline by J. Robert Vannoy (2007)

2007 Exodus to Exile.  Audio Lectures and Class Outline by J. Robert Vannoy (2007)

See Class Syllabi  for a complete list of transcribed class lectures by Allan A. MacRae. The following are selected from this list:

JEDP Documentary Hypothesis. (ca. 1985)
Pre-Reformation Church History. (1965)
Post Reformation Church History. (1964)
Introduction to the Pentateuch. (1964)
Isaiah Lectures. (1963)
The Book of Immanuel - Isaiah. (1962)  Isaiah 7-12 and 28-39.
Old Testament Introduction. (1961)
Seminar on Fulfilled Prophecy. (1965)

See Class Notes and Syllabi  for lectures by Thomas V. Taylor. The following are selected from this list:

Bible Survey Audio lectures (1961)
Old Testament Introduction(BTS, 1991)
Old Testament Survey (BTS OT523, ????)
New Testament Survey (BTS, 1989)
The Old Testament in the New Testament (BTS CH621, 1995)
Old Testament Worship (BTS OT825, 1996)
The Book of Leviticus (BTS OT715E, 1988)
The Book of Psalms (PCB MBS718, 1994)
The Book of Ecclesiastes (BTS, 1995)
The Book of Zechariah (BTS, 1987)

Church History Sequence by Thomas V. Taylor (1990):

I - Apostolic Age to the Reformation
II - Post-Reformation Church History
III - Twentieth Century and the Ecumenical Movement

Language Studies by William N. Harding





Origins Seminar: Dice or Deity - How did we get here? (1988-1992). A Seminar by John A. Bloom, David C. Bossard, Wayne Frair, D. Gary Harlow, Robert C. Newman, Perry G. Phillips


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