by Kyle Rapinchuk with Dusty Deevers
Synopsis: King, Kingdom, and Kingdom People explores Old Testament theology through the Tanak ordering of the Hebrew Bible. Beginning with a brief prologue on the story of Scripture and an introduction on some of the presuppositions with which we approach the Bible, the authors then explore the Law (Pentateuch), Prophets (Former and Latter), and Writings with a distinctly Christian lens that sees Jesus as the one faithful Israelite who is the message and promised Messiah of the Hebrew Bible.
About the Authors:
Dr. Kyle Rapinchuk is Assistant Professor of Christian Worldview at School of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, MO. He has also served as Campus Missionary/Ozarks BSU Director to College of the Ozarks since 2012. He and his wife, Kristin, were married in 2004 and have three children: Karis, Anastacia, and Aviel, all of whom attend School of the Ozarks. Dr. Rapinchuk has a B.A. in English from College of the Ozarks, an M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies: Old Testament from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Rapinchuk is co-founder of The Classical Thistle where he also serves as editor and author.
Dusty Deevers completed his M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently Pastor at Elgin First Baptist Church in Elgin, OK. Dusty and his wife Christina have six children: Nation, Noelle, Deacon, Roman, Juliet, and Aniah.
by Kyle D. Rapinchuk
Synopsis: For the Life of the Church is a primary source reader with selections short selections from major figures in church history. The contributors have provided a short introduction to each person, event, or movement covered in the text, followed by selections from key works in the history of the church.
About the Contributors: With For the Life of the Church, The Classical Thistle aims to take a unique approach to collaborative book writing. Much like Wikipedia allows various users to add content to articles, we welcome contributions to improve the articles in this text, but readers can be certain that any contributions will be reviewed by the editorial team for content, clarity, relevance, and accuracy before inclusion. Contributors include: Kyle Rapinchuk and hopefully more in the near future.