The Gospel and the Mission of the Christian Intellectual

From Talbot Chapels: Fall 2013

Dr. Greg Ganssle of the Rivendell Institution at Yale University explains that sharing the gospel means significantly more than explaining the mechanism of substitutionary atonement. Dr. Ganssle urges his audience to gain a "thick" understanding of the gospel that sees how the redemption of Jesus applies to every facet of life. This full view of life, he explains, is what Christians have to offer the world and what will draw people to Jesus.

Download

Play At

Authors

In this collection

  • 5. God Shows Up for You

    by Timothy Muehlhoff

    32:23 — October 1, 2013

    God Shows Up for You

    Dr. Tim Muehlhoff considers why God sometimes seems not to show up, at least not in the way we desire. He looks at the end of Romans 8, where Paul says that Jesus carries believers through all thin...

  •  

    6. The Gospel and the Mission of the Christian Intellectual

    by Greg Ganssle

    32:46 — October 8, 2013

    The Gospel and the Mission of the Christian Intellectual

    Dr. Greg Ganssle of the Rivendell Institution at Yale University explains that sharing the gospel means significantly more than explaining the mechanism of substitutionary atonement. Dr. Ganssle ur...

  • 7. Becoming a Gospel Diagnostician

    by Greg Ganssle

    31:34 — October 10, 2013

    Becoming a Gospel Diagnostician

    Dr. Greg Ganssle of the Rivendell Institution at Yale University offers three conceptual images to help Christians understand how they must apply the gospel to culture. He urges his audience to loo...

Comments on this Resource

Post a Comment 0 comments from 0 people

Post a Comment

Leave this field blank or your post will be marked as spam

Biola University
13800 Biola Ave. La Mirada, CA 90639
1-562-903-6000