Liam Timoti, Angel Jesudason, Bulus Galadima, Joanne Jung, and Chris Johnson have a conversation on what it means to love your neighbor.
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by Timothy Muehlhoff and Jason Muehlhoff
November 28, 2016
Professor Tim Muehlhoff and his son Jason speak in this undergraduate chapel.
by Jon Wallace
November 30, 2016
John Wallace speaks in this undergraduate chapel.
by Barry H. Corey
December 5, 2016
President Barry H. Corey speaks in this undergraduate chapel.
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from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2016
by Barry H. Corey, Liam Timoti, and Keaton Kerr
October 5, 2016
Dr Barry Corey, Liam Timoti, and Keaton Kerr lead this Undergraduate Chapel in a day of prayer.
from Blessed are the Peacemakers
by Todd Pickett
October 18, 2010
Todd Pickett introduces the theme behind this year's Torrey Conference: "Blessed are the Peacemakers: Redeeming Relationships in the Conflicts of our Lives."
by Tim Pollard
October 20, 2010
Conflict is all around us, painfully building up walls and tearing down relationships. And it is not as random as you think – it follows quite predictable patterns. This session provides a biblical...
October 20, 2010
Because of Jesus work on the cross, not only are we provided with reconciliation with God, but also given the vision and means to be reconciled with others. The gospel is the true key to healthy re...
from Leadership Lecture Series
by Wayne Grudem
September 15, 2011
Dr. Wayne Grudem addresses Talbot School of Theology faculty on the moral and spiritual qualities of productive work as a means to love your neighbor and bring glory to God.
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2015
by Bulus Galadima
March 10, 2015
Dr. Bulus Galadima speaks about the sufficiency of God's grace. He explains that Paul, when writing 2 Corinthians, had been shaken to his core, but God declared that his grace was enough for anythi...
from The Good Book Blog
by Uche Anizor
August 20, 2011
Speaking about moral codes and laws, Oliver O'Donovan (Resurrection and Moral Order, 2 ed.) says something helpful about how we use the Bible to make moral decisions. Speaking generally of the rela...