The Doctrine of Creation

From BBST 251: Theology I

Dr. Erik Thoennes highlights God's role as Creator in Scripture and makes the point that there is special emphasis on God as the Creator of humans. Based on creation, Thoennes explains that God has no needs but simply delights in humanity, and so humanity should glorify and delight in Him.

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Authors

  • Erik Thoennes  

    • Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies
    • Chair, Biblical & Theological Studies Theology Department

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    by Erik Thoennes

    70:26 — March 3, 2011

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    9. The Doctrine of Creation

    by Erik Thoennes

    45:59 — March 15, 2011

    The Doctrine of Creation

    Dr. Erik Thoennes highlights God's role as Creator in Scripture and makes the point that there is special emphasis on God as the Creator of humans. Based on creation, Thoennes explains that God has...

  • 10. The Doctrine of Humanity

    by Erik Thoennes

    63:27 — March 22, 2011

    The Doctrine of Humanity

    Dr. Erik Thoennes works through the doctrine of creation to obtain a biblical definition of humanity. He makes the significant point that humanity is both made in the image of God and a fallen crea...

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