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from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2013
by Michael J. Wilkins, Clinton E Arnold, Barry H. Corey, and David P. Nystrom
January 29, 2013
Dr. Michael Wilkins speaks at the installation of Dr. Clinton E. Arnold as Dean of Talbot School of Theology. President Barry Corey and Provost and Senior Vice President David Nystrom address Dr. A...
by Derek Clark
February 5, 2013
Mr. Clark reminds us that God’s call in the Great Commission to “make disciples” is an inclusive command that promotes diversity in the body of Christ, and that to exclude certain people groups wou...
by Scott B Rae
February 12, 2013
Dr. Rae discusses the components of a proper theology of work, and reminds us that every believer enters full-time ministry in service to the King when he or she comes to faith in Christ, regardles...
February 19, 2013
Dr. Rae discusses how the church has deviated over the centuries from a proper theology of work -- creating a false dichotomy between work in the church and work in the marketplace -- and encourage...
by Rex E Johnson
February 26, 2013
Dr. Johnson recounts some of the ways in which he has seen God’s had at work in his life, emphasizing the truth that God will use all of our experiences, both good and bad, to continue his work of ...
by John H Coe
March 5, 2013
Dr. Coe discusses how the Colossian church was infiltrated by false teachers who peddled a counterfeit form of spiritual formation—stoicheia formation—which was nothing more than a self-help program.
by Nell Sunukjian
March 12, 2013
Professor Sunukjian reminds us that wisdom is not merely words dispensed, but rather, it is living consistently with the principles found in God’s word.
by Jerry Rueb
March 19, 2013
Dr. Rueb reminds us that God’s Kingdom priorities include telling others about Jesus, sharing the gospel according to His message and methodology, warning people about God’s impending judgment, and...
by Michael Callahan
April 9, 2013
Senior Talbot student Michael Callahan shares about the ways in which God shaped him for pastoral ministry through his personal spiritual life and his church leadership experiences.
by Peter Williams
April 16, 2013
Dr. Williams reminds us that any hurdle, internal or external, is insignificant compared to the power of God, and we, like David, can have confidence in, and find courage through, God’s work and re...
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