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Jack Crabtree

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McKenzie Study Center

HQ Phone:  (541) 485-4801

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McKenzie Study Center

1883 University Street

Eugene, Oregon,97403

United States

Company Description

McKenzie Study Center is dedicated to exploring biblical Christianity & its implications for our world. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Tutors

Gutenberg College


Pastor

Peninsula Bible Church


Affiliations

Scribe School

Founder


Education

MSC

Bible Study

Gutenberg College


Ph.D.

educational policy


Web References(46 Total References)


Christianity - Why Its Religion-Free

www.ukapologetics.net [cached]

by Jack Crabtree
As a conservative believer, I went into the course fairly skeptical about what he had to say. After one of the lectures, another conservative evangelical in the class asked the professor if he prayed routinely. The professor mumbled something to the effect that he didn't pray, he meditated. At the time, I considered this clear evidence that he wasn't a believer. I thought anyone who hesitated affirming that he prays routinely couldn't possibly be a Christian. Jack Crabtree is the director of McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College, where he has taught since 1981. His teaching at MSC focuses on interpretation of the biblical texts and biblical philosophy, the history of philosophy and theology, religious epistemology, and hermeneutics. Jack is also a tutor Gutenberg College, a co-author of The Language of God: A Commonsense Approach to Understanding and Applying the Bible, and the author of The Most Real Being: A Biblical and Philosophical Defense of Divine Determinism (Gutenberg College Press). He has a Ph.D. in philosophy.


Christianity - Why Its Religion-Free

www.ukapologetics.net [cached]

by Jack Crabtree
As a conservative believer, I went into the course fairly skeptical about what he had to say. After one of the lectures, another conservative evangelical in the class asked the professor if he prayed routinely. The professor mumbled something to the effect that he didn't pray, he meditated. At the time, I considered this clear evidence that he wasn't a believer. I thought anyone who hesitated affirming that he prays routinely couldn't possibly be a Christian. Jack Crabtree is the director of McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College, where he has taught since 1981. His teaching at MSC focuses on interpretation of the biblical texts and biblical philosophy, the history of philosophy and theology, religious epistemology, and hermeneutics. Jack is also a tutor Gutenberg College, a co-author of The Language of God: A Commonsense Approach to Understanding and Applying the Bible, and the author of The Most Real Being: A Biblical and Philosophical Defense of Divine Determinism (Gutenberg College Press). He has a Ph.D. in philosophy.


Has the Time of the Gentiles Passed?

www.theendtimesobserver.org [cached]

By Jack Crabtree
Jack Crabtree is the director of McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College, where he has taught since 1981.


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Other Articles by Jack Crabtree
McKenzie Study Center > Jack Crabtree Gutenberg College Jack Crabtree Jack Crabtree is the director of McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College, where he has taught since 1981. His teaching at MSC focuses on interpretation of the biblical texts and biblical philosophy, the history of philosophy and theology, religious epistemology, and hermeneutics. Jack is also a tutor at Gutenberg College, a co-author of The Language of God: A Commonsense Approach to Understanding and Applying the Bible, and the author of The Most Real Being: A Biblical and Philosophical Defense of Divine Determinism (Gutenberg College Press). He has a Ph.D. in philosophy. Below you will find the following materials by Dr. Jack Crabtree: Two Reflections on Thomas and the Story of Easter. (John 20:24-29) Portrays "doubting Thomas" as a model for truth-seeking and a lesson in the miracle of faith. (6/94) The Parable of the Ten Virgins. (Matthew 25:1-13) Explains the parable as a call to a deep and persevering desire for the kingdom of God. (1/95) Talks by Jack Crabtree on the issues related to biblical authority, given at Reformation Fellowship. In modern times, there has been much debate about the nature of the Bible's authority; in these talks Jack Crabtree argues for the absolute authority of the Bible and calls people to a radical commitment to study and follow it. (Also on iTunes) Biblical Philosophy. Informal conversations with Jack Crabtree about the content of the biblical worldview. (This series was presented in Winter 2006 as an evening class of McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College.) Christianity@Work Radio Program. The radio program "Christianity@Work" aired from 1997 to 2002 and featured a dialogue between Gutenberg tutor Dr. Jack Crabtree and marriage-and-family therapist Christine Barber discussing the implications of the biblical gospel for our lives. Talks by Jack Crabtree exploring the significance of the death of Jesus, given at Reformation Fellowship. How Jesus' death serves to bring about our salvation has always been a much-argued topic; in these talks Jack Crabtree explores both the Old and New Testaments to articulate his understanding of the reasons for Jesus' death. (Also on iTunes) Doing Christianity. Talks by Jack Crabtree and Earle Craig exploring Jesus' view of the Pharisees, given at Reformation Fellowship. Jesus articulated His message to a culture greatly influenced by the teaching of the Pharisees; these talks explore the nature of Jesus' response and the continuing implications of that response for us today. (Also on iTunes) John 3: Jesus and Nicodemus. Talks by Jack Crabtree on Jesus' conversation with Nicodemus in the third chapter of John's Gospel, given at Reformation Fellowship. John's Letters. Talks by John A. "Jack" Crabtree on the three letters of the apostle John, given at Reformation Fellowship. In his letters, the apostle opposes false teachers by articulating his authoritative eye-witness understanding of Jesus' gospel; in these talks Jack Crabtree explains the apostle's sometimes difficult argument. In the series, Dr. Crabtree refers to his translation of John's letters; a PDF of this translation accompanies the series. (Also on iTunes) Kierkegaard's Coffee House. Luke. Talks by Jack Crabtree on the Gospel of Luke, given at Reformation Fellowship. Luke describes his Gospel as being the result of careful research and organization; these talks by Jack Crabtree carefully explore the structure and interpretive issues in this important Gospel. (Also on iTunes) Miscellaneous Talks. Individual talks given by various teachers on a variety of topics. Reading Minds: Dialogues Between Two Generations (Oktoberfuss 2007). How does the older generation speak to the new? And the new to the Old? How do two generations communicate ideas and beliefs about truth with each other. At Oktoberfuss 2007, Gutenberg tutors and students explore the complex and vital topic of communication between generations today. (Also on iTunes) Romans (2009-). Talks by John A. "Jack" Crabtree on Paul's letter to the Romans, given at various times from April 2009 to June 2011 at Reformation Fellowship. In the series, Dr. Crabtree refers to his translation of Romans; a PDF of this translation accompanies the series. Appended to this PDF are also other notes Dr. Crabtree produced for the Romans study. (Also on iTunes) Jack Crabtree and Larry Barber seek a better understanding of the false gospel that Paul is responding to in Galatians. Jack Crabtree To purchase MP3 CDs of Jack Crabtree's teaching, visit the audio section of our bookstore.


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Also in 1979, Wes met Jack Crabtree and invited him to speak at a seminar for MSC.
Jack, a graduate in philosophy from Stanford University, had been a pastor at Peninsula Bible Church (PBC) in Palo Alto, California, for eight years. While there, Jack had helped establish Scribe School, an institute for biblical languages, exegesis, and pastoral training. Scribe School proved very effective, making a deeply felt theological and spiritual impact on the lives of a number of young men and women. The relationship and friendship between Jack and Wes proved pivotal in the history of MSC. In 1981, Jack joined the MSC staff with a desire to establish a fresh version of Scribe School in Eugene. The new program required more staff with skills in teaching biblical languages and interpretation. To meet that need, David Smith, Ron Julian, and Dick Booster-who had been Scribe School graduates and/or teachers-came from California to work with Jack. In addition to its traditional "Tuesday Night Classes," MSC offered Saturday conferences; developed seminars on such topics as education, homemaking, business, and sexual ethics; and produced two radio programs, In Search of Truth (with Jack Crabtree, Ron Julian, and host Tony Arlyn) and Christianity@Work (with Jack Crabtree and marriage-and-family therapist Christine Barber). In addition to its traditional "Tuesday Night Classes," MSC offered Saturday conferences; developed seminars on such topics as education, homemaking, business, and sexual ethics; and produced two radio programs, In Search of Truth (with Jack Crabtree, Ron Julian, and host Tony Arlyn) and Christianity@Work (with Jack Crabtree and marriage-and-family therapist Christine Barber). Wes completed his Ph.D. in educational policy in 1988, Jack completed a Ph.D. in philosophy in 1992, and David completed a Ph.D. in history in 1995. In addition to the ministry opportunities mentioned above, MSC teachers have published three books: Righteous Sinners (1998) by Ron Julian; The Language of God: A Commonsense Approach to Understanding and Applying the Bible (2001) by David Crabtree, Jack Crabtree, and Ron Julian; and The Most Real Being: A Biblical and Philosophical Defense of Divine Determinism (2004, Gutenberg Press) by Jack Crabtree. In addition to the ministry opportunities mentioned above, MSC teachers have published three books: Righteous Sinners (1998) by Ron Julian; The Language of God: A Commonsense Approach to Understanding and Applying the Bible (2001) by David Crabtree, Jack Crabtree, and Ron Julian; and The Most Real Being: A Biblical and Philosophical Defense of Divine Determinism (2004, Gutenberg Press) by Jack Crabtree.


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