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from TTTH 613: Theology III
by Robert L. Saucy
November 8, 2011
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Robert Saucy, lectures on the life of the Christian after salvation and discusses various models of sanctification with special attention paid to...
by Oscar Muriu
March 14, 2012
Oscar Muriu looks at Isaiah 6 and exhorts his audience to confess their sin and repent before God.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2011
by Todd Pickett
August 25, 2011
Todd Pickett, Dean of Spiritual Development, introduces the Spiritual Formation Chapel Series with a call of recommitment to Christ. He teaches the dangers of fragmenting the soul's allegiances an...
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 Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
September 21, 2012
Dr. Todd Pickett offers insight into how guilt should function in the Christian life. He points out that guilt is a poor motivator, and making efforts to alleviate the feeling of guilt is a tempora...
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2013
by Benjamin C Shin
May 7, 2013
Dr. Ben Shin analyzes 2 Timothy 2:1-8 to understand how Christians can cope with and manage suffering. From the passage, he concludes that Christians must rely on the grace of God because all need ...
November 10, 2011
Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Robert Saucy, lectures on the meaning of justification in Christ through His atoning work on the Cross, with attention paid to the law, sin, and ...
from Spiritual Formation Lecture Series
by John H Coe
August 2, 2010
Dr. John Coe discusses the danger in Christian circles today of becoming moralistic. He teaches that even virtuous morality without Christ does not last long, and only ends in guilt and shame.
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August 2, 2010
Dr. John Coe looks to answer why Christians who know and choose to do what is right often do not. He explains how this is an issue of the heart.
from ISCL 765: Cross-Cultural Leadership
by Sherwood Lingenfelter
March 4, 2011
Sherwood Lingenfelter shares the steps to leadership maturity and concludes his discussions on temptations. He touches upon how to use power in the right way rather than accomplish one's own object...