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from ISCL 765: Crosscultural Leadership
by Tom Steffen
February 21, 2013
Dr. Tom Steffen continues to discuss the leadership of Moses and the effect of various regimes on the people of Israel. He looks at anarchical rule, as demonstrated by Israel's first steps out of E...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Barry H. Corey
February 16, 2011
President Barry H. Corey talks about the importance of being like Moses by assuming our rightful position in coming to God before prayer. Just as God lights the fire, the people must take off their...
from ISCL 765: Cross-Cultural Leadership
by Sherwood Lingenfelter
March 4, 2011
Sherwood Lingenfelter closes out his series by laying out the life and power of Moses in the Exodus account. He makes it applicable by showing how Moses' story affects people as Christians today.
from BBST 251: Theology I
by Erik Thoennes
February 24, 2011
Using Moses experience on Mt. Sinai, Dr. Erik Thoennes outlines the character of God. He explains how God reveals Himself through the Bible to be omnipotent, personal, loving, and patient, leading ...
February 23, 2013
Dr. Tom Steffen discusses the process of succession in an organization or regime. He considers how a successor must be selected, the politics behind such a transition, and the reasons for selecting...
February 21, 2013
Dr. Tom Steffen examines the leadership of Moses and the ways that Israel was affected by the regimes that ruled over them. He gives particular attention to the regime of slavery, considering the s...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2011
by Douglas S Huffman
August 31, 2011
Dr. Doug Huffman re-examines the transfiguration of Jesus through the lens of sacred space and through the lives of Moses and Elijah. Huffman supports the concept of solace as sacred space with bi...
by Sammy Rodriguez
September 28, 2011
For the Perspectives in Latino Faith Series, Reverend Samuel Rodriguez offers a passionate message of the sovereignty of the Almighty God, even in the midst of such a lost and confused generation. ...
by Jamie Y. Whitaker Campbell
September 2, 2011
Torrey Honors Institute professor, Jamie Campbell, harkens back to the creation account as a means of dialoguing about Christian cultivation of sacred space. How do we engage intentionally with th...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Daniel Block
October 11, 2012
Dr. Daniel Block analyzes Moses' closing statements of his second address in Deuteronomy. He shows from the text that Moses did not view the law as a burden, but rather an immense blessing. Dr. Blo...