Professor Ben Shin uses proper hermeneutical principles to work through Romans 8 and Hebrews 6.
by Benjamin C Shin
March 5, 2012
Professor Ben Shin leads his class in discussion of Romans 7. They consider whether Paul wrote the passage from the perspective of a believer or non-believer.
March 12, 2012
March 19, 2012
Professor Ben Shin instructs his class on how to approach Old Testament narratives, Psalms, and Proverbs.
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from CSAP 527: Hermeneutics & Bible Study Methods (Shin)
March 19, 2012
April 19, 2012
Professor Ben Shin explains the descriptive and prescriptive natures of Old Testament Scripture.
May 14, 2012
Professor Ben Shin examines spiritual gifting as described in Ephesians 4 and eschatology as described in Revelation.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2010
by Scott Rodin
April 29, 2010
Dr. Scott Rodin teaches on stewardship by discussing the love Christ has for us. He shows that this is how we must love one another.
April 27, 2010
Dr. Scott Rodin teaches on the stewardship of one's relationship with God. He exhorts his audience to not be caught in "doing," but to simply rest in the presence of God.
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2011
March 15, 2011
The Talbot Bible Lands students get a chance to walk in Paul's footsteps through ancient Turkey, Greece, and Rome as they hear the testimonies of others who have been there.
from Commencement Addresses
by Andy Bales
December 17, 2010
At the Fall 2010 Commencement Ceremonies, CEO of Union Rescue Mission and Biola alum Reverend Andy Bales charges students with a call to impact a hardened world. Bales tells his own story of Los A...
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2012
by Randy Alcorn
February 28, 2012
Randy Alcorn discusses the fact that Jesus says more about how we are to view and handle money and possessions than about any other topic—including both heaven and hell. He uses Luke chapter 16 of...
by Thomas J Sappington
February 14, 2012
Dr. Sappington reminds us that our concept of the Western world as the epicenter of Christian missionary activity and church growth must change to accommodate the rapid growth taking place in these...