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SAMPLE EXTRACTS taken from:

“The Race Marked Out for Us: Curriculum for Theological Education”, Gujranwala Theological
Seminary, Pakistan, 2001 ed., 73 pp.
A “hands-on how-to” manual for those developing curriculum for theological Colleges and Bible
Schools
“Theological Classification: A Progressive Classification” GTS, 2001 ed, 76 pp.
Doubles as a Menu for Curriculum Development and a decimal Classification for an essential
theological library – replacing Dewey’s system. Follows the principle: “Said in the classroom, read in
the library” – Course numbers approximate to Library Shelf numbers!
“The Reading List” Private, 2002, 2 pp.
A self-study core course in Theological Studies listing 56 books that approximate to the curriculum of
GTS, all books obtainable on loan from Gujranwala Library. A short general Study Guide for note-
taking is included in this three-level reading course.
Further information obtainable from:
Rev. Paul Burgess, M.A. (Cantab)
“Springvale”, The Halket, Lugton, Kilmarnock, KA3 4EE
e-mail pburgess@freenet.co.uk (Jan/Feb 2002) and burgess@brain.net.pk
tel: 0150 850 254 (UK)

SAMPLE EXTRACTS taken from:


“The Race Marked Out for Us: Curriculum for Theological Education”, Gujranwala Theological
Seminary, Pakistan, 2001 ed., 73 pp.
A “hands-on how-to” manual for those developing curriculum for theological Colleges and Bible
Schools
“Theological Classification: A Progressive Classification” GTS, 2001 ed, 76 pp.
Doubles as a Menu for Curriculum Development and a decimal Classification for an essential
theological library – replacing Dewey’s system. Follows the principle: “Said in the classroom, read in
the library” – Course numbers approximate to Library Shelf numbers!
“The Reading List” Private, 2002, 2 pp.
A self-study core course in Theological Studies listing 56 books that approximate to the curriculum of
GTS, all books obtainable on loan from Gujranwala Library. A short general Study Guide for note-
taking is included in this three-level reading course.
Further information obtainable from:
Rev. Paul Burgess, M.A. (Cantab)
e-mail burgess@brain.net.pk

SAMPLE EXTRACTS taken from:


“The Race Marked Out for Us: Curriculum for Theological Education”, Gujranwala Theological
Seminary, Pakistan, 2001 ed., 73 pp.
A “hands-on how-to” manual for those developing curriculum for theological Colleges and Bible
Schools
“Theological Classification: A Progressive Classification” GTS, 2001 ed, 76 pp.
Doubles as a Menu for Curriculum Development and a decimal Classification for an essential
theological library – replacing Dewey’s system. Follows the principle: “Said in the classroom, read in
the library” – Course numbers approximate to Library Shelf numbers!
“The Reading List” Private, 2002, 2 pp.
A self-study core course in Theological Studies listing 56 books that approximate to the curriculum of
GTS, all books obtainable on loan from Gujranwala Library. A short general Study Guide for note-
taking is included in this three-level reading course.
Further information obtainable from:
Rev. Paul Burgess, M.A. (Cantab)
“Springvale”, The Halket, Lugton, Kilmarnock, KA3 4EE
e-mail pburgess@freenet.co.uk (Jan/Feb 2002) and burgess@brain.net.pk
tel: 0150 850 254 (UK)