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A Culture Of Innovation: Developing The Skills Necessary For A Pastor Leader To Create And Sustain An Innovative Environment Within A Leadership Team

School: Bethel Theological Seminary
Author: BRYANT, Eric     D.Min. 2010
Pages: 140
TREN Id: 046-0089
OCLC #: 794670984    (Librarians, need MARC records?)

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An Examination Of The Influence Of Selected Modern Innovations On Evangelical Ecclesiology And Soteriology

School: Fuller Theological Seminary
Author: LAWSON, Christopher Edmond     D.Min. 2016
Pages: 162
TREN Id: 125-0251
OCLC #: 976435979    (Librarians, need MARC records?)

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Ancient Innovation? An Historical Theoretical Exploration Of The Literary Approach To The Bible

School: Western Seminary (Portland, Oregon)
Author: PEDERSEN, Jason Paul     Th.M. 2016
Pages: 118
TREN Id: 002-0936
OCLC #: 961183866    (Librarians, need MARC records?)

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Redefining The Icon: The Problem Of Innovation In The Writings Of Florensky, Ouspensky, And Kontoglou

School: St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
Author: FREEMAN, Evan     M.DIV. 2009
Pages: 92
TREN Id: 015-0494
OCLC #: 692451432    (Librarians, need MARC records?)
Dewey #: 246.53

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Tradition, Adaptation,, And Innovation In Asian Evangelical Theological Education: A Study Of Concern For Improvement As Reflected In The Accreditation Sta

School: Columbia International University
Author: Cox, Christina C.     M.A. 1986
Pages: 95
TREN Id: 023-0008
OCLC #: 65209866    (Librarians, need MARC records?)
Dewey #: 207.5C877

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Asia Theological Association

Seminary Extension-Africa

Theological Seminaries-Accreditation

Theology-Study And Teaching

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Utilizing Diffusion Of Innovations Theory As A Framework To Achieve A Critical Mass of Adopters Of A Holistic Discipling Practice At First Baptist Church In Anson, Texas

School: Logsdon Seminary of Hardin-Simmons University
Author: ST. JOHN, Matthew     D.Min. 2018
Pages: 165
TREN Id: 141-0007

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