Lincoln, Charles Fred.Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin Library0.04 linear ft.This collection is composed of two series. The bulk of the collection is in the first series, which is primarily mimeographed notes prepared by Dr. Charles F. Lincoln for the class he taught on covenants and dispensations. The notes include relevant literature for the students to read. Thomas M. Thompson added marginalia with additional information.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Anderson, William M. (William Madison), 1889-1935.Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin Library0.70 linear ft.This collection is composed of 177 typed sermons and ten excerpts of sermons by William M. Anderson. The topic covered include God, Jesus Christ, Christ's return, Christian life, salvation, the Bible, communion, and missions. The majority are carbon copies. There are also a few newspaper clippings containing sermon excerpts. Most sermons indicate the date they were preached.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin Library0.02 linear ft.This collection is composed of handwritten sermon notes by Thomas Chalmers, Charles H. Spurgeon, and Alexander Whyte.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Scofield, C. I. (Cyrus Ingerson), 1843-1921.Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin Library3 leaves.This collection consists of 3 leaves of photocopies of two letters, one to each of C.I. Scofield's daughters.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Dallas Theological Seminary. Doctor of Ministry Dept.Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin Library8.44 linear ft.This collection, housed in seven full size boxes, consists of administrative records documenting the activities and operations of the Doctor of Ministry Program. The contents date from 1971-2006. The bulk of the collection was created after 1980 when the program began. The contents include correspondence, reports, minutes, questionnaires, syllabi, class notes, and forms. The collection primarily concerns the courses in the Doctor of Ministry Program. ... This collection provides insight into the content of many D. Min. courses and the administration of the department. It also shows a transition from paper records to more electronic records. By 2007, the D. Min. Office was relying heavily on electronic records, which will reduce the amount of paper records available in the future.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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