Biblical Studies

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The Biblical Studies program provides students with history, literature, and theology of the Bible, of systematic and historical theology, and of methods for further Biblical and theological studies to impact the world for the Lord Jesus Christ.

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The Duality of Jesus' Humanity and Divinity

After opening with a hymn, Dr. Erik Thoennes teaches on the reality and importance of the humanity of Christ. He stresses that Jesus understands humanity's pain, toil, and limitations from His time...

Infusing Media and Theology

Dr. Joanne Jung dialogues with students about being stewards of God's creation by converging occupation with sound theology. She elaborates on how cultural boundaries and experiences particularly i...

The Theology of Vocation, and Calling

Dr. Rick Langer evaluates the contemporary mindset of work in light of the truth of Scripture. Dr. Langer's lecture also includes an in-depth discussion centered on the idea of calling as it is pre...

BBST 450: Apologetics

Spring 2012, Dr. Jon Rittenhouse

Dr. Jon Rittenhouse addresses some of the primary issues confronting Christianity today. In addition to defending the conventions of Christian thought and ideology, Rittenhouse reveals the inconsis...

The Problem of Evil for Christians

Dr. Jon Rittenhouse offers a Christian perspective on why a good God allows evil and suffering to exist in the world.

BBST 465: Religion, Culture and Media

Spring 2011, Dr. Joanne Jung & Dr. Michael Longinow

How do religion, culture, and the media interact in an increasingly globalized, postmodern world? Biblical studies and theology professor Joanne Jung and journalism professor Michael Longinow expl...

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    • Erik Thoennes  

      • Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
      • Chair, Biblical & Theological Studies Theology Department
    • Joanne J. Jung  

      • Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Richard C. Langer  

      • Professor of Biblical Studies and Theological Integration
      • Director, Office for the Integration of Faith and Learning
    • David L Talley  

      • Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
      • Chair, Biblical & Theological Studies Old Testament Department
    • Kenneth Berding  

      • Professor of New Testament
    • Edward W. Klink III  

      • Former Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Ronald W Pierce  

      • Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Matthew C Williams  

      • Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies
      • Chair, Biblical & Theological Studies New Testament Department
    • Andy Draycott  

      • Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Jonathan M Lunde  

      • Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • John E McKinley  

      • Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Robert G Lister  

      • Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Darian R Lockett  

      • Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Douglas S Huffman  

      • Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies
      • Associate Dean, Division of Biblical & Theological Studies
    • Emilio A Nuñez  

      • Former Associate Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology, BOLD

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    • Moralistic Therapeutic Deism

      Dr. Erik Thoennes defines the popular belief of Moralistic Therapeutic Deism and shows how it is refuted by good theological practices. He prompts his students to engage culture and evangelism with...

    • Introduction, Part 1

      from BBST 251: Theology I

      by Erik Thoennes

      53:41 — February 1, 2011

      Introduction, Part 1

      Dr. Erik Thoennes introduces his class to the importance of theology using the hymn, "Be Thou My Vision." He continues by relating the personal loves and hates of students to the character of God.

    • Introduction, Part 2

      from BBST 251: Theology I

      by Erik Thoennes

      57:57 — February 3, 2011

      Introduction, Part 2

      Dr. Erik Thoennes walks his class through the course syllabus and explains the significance of the course material. He places particular emphasis on the value of honoring God with proactive studying.

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