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Hallowed Be Thy Name: A Theological Study of the Nature and Work of God - Week 3

10/29/2016
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A study of God's particular revelation in the person of Christ and in the inspired, inerrant, authoritative and sufficient scriptures.

Duration: 01:41:01


Hallowed Be Thy Name: A Theological Study of the Nature and Work of God - Week 2

10/22/2016
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A study of the self disclosure of God in creation, commonly known as general revelation, as well as a consideration of the response of mankind to that revelation.

Duration: 01:29:44


Hallowed Be Thy Name: A Theological Study of the Nature and Work of God - Week 1

10/15/2016
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An introduction to the study of theology as well as a consideration of the goal, posture, and tensions of faithful theological study.

Duration: 01:41:13


The Mystery of the Gospel: Union with Christ by the Gift of the Spirt

9/9/2016
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In Ephesians 1 Paul tells us in a praise saturated passage, that we as Christians have been blessed by God with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places. It is a wonderful and encouraging word from the Lord, but it comes with an important qualifier, namely, that we have this fullness of blessing “in Christ,” that is, in our union with Him. Union with Christ is the sum, substance, and center of every benefit and blessing the Christian experiences. In his death, Resurrection, and...

Duration: 00:51:18


Before The Fig Leaves: Gender and the Image of God

4/29/2016
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Ours is an age of rapid cultural change. Gone are the days of our grandparents in which the basic Christian understanding of truth and reality was the default perspective of the culture. At every point it seems the former assumptions are being challenged and the epicenter of that challenge is coming on the issue of gender and sexuality. As Christians we must wrestle with how to think clearly in this new age and especially how to minister to our neighbors. As a minister in a university...