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from BBST 251: Theology I
by Erik Thoennes
February 15, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes defines the popular belief of Moralistic Therapeutic Deism and shows how it is refuted by good theological practices. He prompts his students to engage culture and evangelism with...
from BBST 450: Apologetics
by Jon Rittenhouse
May 8, 2012
Dr. Jon Rittenhouse refutes Darwinian evolution. He demonstrates its continuous failure to correspond with scientific data.
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...
from BBST 465: Religion, Culture and Media
March 23, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung discusses the different perspectives that culture allows us to have about the same truth. Grounded in Andy Crouch's book "Culture Making," Jung further elaborates how people are des...
by Wilson Wang
April 3, 2012
Wilson Wang teaches on the three primary ways people understand truth. He explains the importance of sharing the gospel on a personal level.
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 28, 2012
Dr. Jon Rittenhouse discusses the contemporary notions of relativism, tolerance and intolerance. He elaborates on the inconsistency of such a system.
March 20, 2012
Dr. Jon Rittenhouse makes a case for the reliability of the Bible. He emphasizes the historical consistency, authenticity, and prophetic accuracy of Scripture.
February 10, 2011
After acknowledging the vast incomprehensibility of God, Dr. Erik Thoennes explains the value of knowing God. He argues why knowledge must move Christians to action and explains that theology is th...
February 1, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes introduces his class to the importance of theology using the hymn, "Be Thou My Vision." He continues by relating the personal loves and hates of students to the character of God.