Dr. Erik Thoennes shows that Jesus' humanity included an active religious life and should serve as a model for Christians today. He also shows that Christ is eternally human and represents humanity before God in heaven.
by Erik Thoennes
November 30, 2010
Dr. Erik Thoennes uses the beginning of 1 John to emphasize that Christ's humanity is a marvelous thing. He continues to explain that Christ's humanity is eternal, and that if Jesus is not truly hu...
December 2, 2010
Dr. Erik Thoennes shows that Jesus' humanity included an active religious life and should serve as a model for Christians today. He also shows that Christ is eternally human and represents humanity...
December 7, 2010
Dr. Erik Thoennes teaches on the significance of affirming the distinction of the divine and human natures of Christ, as well as recognizing the unity of the two natures in one person. He emphasize...
I like how the professor is very interactive with the students.
Something I learned was that religion is a relationship maintained by religious practices
from BBST 251: Theology I
November 30, 2010
November 11, 2010
Dr. Erik Thoennes works through Scripture to show that Jesus was both human and God. He takes particular care to show that Jesus was fully aware of his deity.
November 23, 2010
After reviewing the divinity of Christ, Dr. Erik Thoennes describes Jesus' utter humanity. He gives scriptural evidence to show that Jesus experienced physical limitations, faced temptation, and wa...
from BBST 103: Biblical Interpretation & Spiritual Formation
by Joanne J. Jung
February 7, 2011
Biblical Studies professor Dr. Joanne Jung lays out seven major blessings associated with progressive sanctification. Dr. Jung also dissects the nature of a belief and challenges her students to an...
February 14, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung examines the confronting problem of Biblical illiteracy in modern times and its detriment to the Christian faith. Offering a means to combat this problem, Dr. Jung emphasizes the co...
February 16, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung confronts the "sanctification gap" that often exists between the knowledge of the mind and the longings of the heart. By using the Parable of the Sower, Dr. Jung demonstrates the ne...
from The Good Book Blog
by John E McKinley
February 24, 2012
My students usually have trouble grasping Chalcedonian Christology that Jesus, God the Son, lives as one person in two natures, simultaneously. I've thought about this repeatedly enough that the tr...
by Alan W Gomes
January 31, 2012
Tonight we are about to celebrate the Lord's Supper, in which we focus our thoughts on the marvelous work of redemption that Christ accomplished for us. In the next 10 minutes or so, I'd like us to...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2009
by Clay Jones
October 16, 2009
Dr. Clay Jones, of the Christian Apologetics faculty at Biola University, concludes with part 3 of "The 1 On: Defending the Faith" series. Dr. Jones opens with the question, "Why does God allow evi...