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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Allen L Yeh
May 6, 2011
Dr. Allen Yeh discusses the role that horizontal relationships play under a personal devotion to God. Dr. Yeh challenges his audience to reorient their system of priorities with an understanding of...
from BBST 251: Theology I
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...
by John Chan
February 23, 2011
Artist in Residence John Chan explores the Biblical narrative of Eden and the New Jerusalem while critically examining cultural conditioning and ecological crises. By doing so, he reveals the root ...
by Tommy Green
March 7, 2011
Tommy Green, evangelist and lead vocalist of the band Sleeping Giant, discusses the topic of the heavenlies by means of his personal experience. In his presentation, Green passionately underscores ...
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...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2011
by Philip Ryken
November 7, 2011
Philip Ryken confronts the beliefs of specific end dates of the rapture. Ryken dives into scripture giving instruction and insight on the coming kingdom of God.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013
by Andy Crouch
May 1, 2013
Andy Crouch urges his audience to embrace the very beginning and very end of their Bibles: where God creates a good world, and where God creates a beautiful new world. He considers the tendency of ...
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2013
by Alistair Begg
April 23, 2013
Pastor Alistair Begg preaches on the significance of Christ's ascension. He explains that Christ's ascension is a beautiful last image of Christ that eradicates the image of Christ crucified to his...
November 9, 2011
Philip Ryken goes into detail about how our lives should be led each day regardless of the day of the return of the Kingdom.
from TTTH 613: Theology III
by Robert L. Saucy
November 29, 2011
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Robert Saucy, lectures on the proper understanding of the new Covenant with God as revealed in the New Testament. He discusses the Christian's f...