The Providence of God

From BBST 251: Theology I

Dr. Erik Thoennes outlines the biblical concepts of God's transcendence, immanence and omnipresence. He works through some of the harder issues of providence to make the statement that God can work in a human heart without objectifying it. He continues on to discuss the nature and doctrine of sin.

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Authors

  • Erik Thoennes  

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

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    13. The Providence of God

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    62:45 — April 5, 2011

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  • 14. Doctrine of Sin

    by Erik Thoennes

    59:07 — April 7, 2011

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    Dr. Erik Thoennes unpacks a biblical definition of sin. He states that Christians must recognize how humanity is innately foul, how righteous hatred is necessary for godly love, and how sin brings ...

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    • Brian Glaze
    • almost 4 years ago

    That was an excellent comparison of Arminism and Calvinism without bashing one or the other. God's providence is probably one of the hardest subjects to teach on, especially when you have a bias.

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