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Michael S. Beates

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Reformed Theological Seminary

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Reformed Theological Seminary

5422 CLINTON BLVD

Jackson, Mississippi,39209

United States

Company Description

We aim to challenge non-Christians in their unbelief and to strengthen Christ's church in its understanding and practice of God's word. We, therefore, are unashamedly committed the to truth of God's revelation and its resounding challenge to the futility of ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Dean, History and Bible Instructor

The Geneva School


Teacher

Belhaven College


Teacher

Reformation Bible College


Dean of Students

The Geneva School, Winter Park, Fla.


Faculty of Dialectic and Rhetoric

The Geneva School, Winter Park, Fla.


Dean of Students

RTS Orlando


Affiliations

Session

Moderator


Joni

International Board of Directors


Education

Reformed Theological Seminary


The Geneva School


BA

Clemson University


M.Div.


degrees

Biblical Theological Seminary


Web References(94 Total References)


Our References and Endorsements

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Dr. Michael S. Beates
Dean of Students Reformed Theological Seminary


Biblical Medical Ethics, Inc.

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Michael S. Beates, S.T.M., Instructor at Reformed Seminary, Orlando, FL, writes on "God's Sovereignty and Genetic Anomalies."


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Michael S. Beates, M.Div., S.T.M.
Dean of Students and Instructor in Biblical Studies Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, Florida


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Michael Beates
Michael S. Beates is a minister of the Presbyterian Church of America, as well as associate pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Winter Park. Beates has been the dean of students at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, and has taught at the Orlando campus of Belhaven since its formation. After he edited at Tabletalk magazine, he became a specialist at Ligonier Ministries, a program by R.C. Sproul, in adult education, and he wrote articles on numerous subjects, including John Calvin. He now works on the International Board of Directors for the organization of Joni and Friends: The Disability Outreach of Joni Eareckson Tada. He lives with Mary, his wife, and their seven children, three of whom are adopted.


"Christians and the Internet" (CATI, 3,/8)

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"The Marketing of Middle Earth" by Michael S. Beates (an article which originally appeared in the Dallas/Fort Worth Star-Telegram) "But one thing in Middle Earth was simple: There were things good, true and beautiful; and there were things wicked, malicious and ugly.Right and wrong could not be confused.... In Tolkien's day, absolutes were clear, and this came through in his characters (by the way, satisfyingly depicted, in my opinion, in Peter Jackson's film adaptation).Tolkien's good characters display virtues like humility, courage and self-sacrifice.... Tolkien meant to draw readers to the good and the true.But we are supposed to be repulsed by the ugliness and unmitigated evil of others.But ... much has changed since Tolkien first wrote and I first read...." [Michael Beates is dean of students at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.] http://www.dfw.com/mld/startelegram/news/editorial/2496142.htm


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