For students of Dr. Jones – obtain your textbooks before the first day of class. All textbooks and the collegiate dictionary must be new when you purchase them, in order to avoid copyright violations and plagiarism. Order according to ISBN to ensure that you have the correct textbook. You may order from book wholesalers, but you may not use previous editions or marked-in books. You will be allowed to take quizzes only after you have obtained your textbook(s), and quizzes missed under this condition will not be eligible for make-up. You may order your textbook in the Kindle edition or in Logos Bible software if it is available.
FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN BNT202 - Gospels 2
Professor Cahill would like you to know that the IVP Essentials Collection Version 3 is available from Logos to add to your existing Logos Software. You should receive a student discount. If you have problems ordering it you can email him at email@example.com
FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN BGN102.001 and BGN102.002 - Bible Tools and Interpretation
Logos Bible Software is required for this class. You will be contacted directly by Logos.
For Students in FLC220 - Older Adult Ministry:
Obtain your textbooks before the first day of class. The two books needed for this course are:
Baby Boomers and Beyond by Amy Hanson and Who Stole My Church by Gordan
MacDonald ( you can purchase the paperback version, it makes no difference). Both of these
books can be purchased from Amazon and it is fine to purchase a used book. It is also fine
to purchase the Kindle or e-version of these books.
For Students in BNT101 - Bible Survey: New Testament:
The book listed for this class is also available through Logos. If you can, Dr. Krause would
prefer you get the book through Logos.
You also need a copy of NIV2011. This should be on your Logos system.
For Students in HIS255 - History of Christian Worship:
One of the books for this class is The Story of Music: From Gregorian Chant to Black Gospel...
by Andrew Wilson-Dickson, ISBN 0800634748. It is out of print, so you may have to try to
find it through Amazon.
For Students in BNT210 - Acts of the Apostles:
One of the books for this class is The College Press NIV Commentary Acts by Mark Moore,
ISBN 9780899002880. This book is out of print, so you may have to try to find it through
For Students in PCH202 - Expository Preaching:
One of the books for this class is Preaching: The Art of Narrative Exposition by Calvin Miller,
ISBN 9780801012907. This book is out of print, so you may have to try to find it on
WOR360 - Leading a Worship Band
All students are required to supply in-ear monitors (IEMs) and 1/4” X 1/8” adapters. Recommended IEM models are as follows (prices estimated):