The Heart of GodDr. Michael Anthony, research professor of Educational Studies at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, CA, discusses the heart of God through the Bible with emphasis on the...
Jan 31, 2018
The Highest CallingLouie Giglio, founder of the Passion Movement, talks about the highest calling on the lives of believers, the intimacy of walking closely with God.
Jun 28, 2017
The Secrets to Surviving SeminaryAllen Parr, the founder of the BEAT, encourages students to focus on ministry, family, character, and discipline on the journey through seminary.
Mar 29, 2016
Bill HendricksEsther MeekTimothy J. BasselinDarrell L. Bock
The Process of KnowingIn this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock, Dr. Esther L. Meek, Dr. Tim J. Basselin, and Bill Hendricks discuss the process of knowing, focusing on one’s personal involvement in...
Nov 4, 2015
Paul E. Pettit
Trusting in Times of TransitionDr. Paul Pettit, Director of Placement, reminds students that knowledge gained in this time of transition is incorporated in their trust of the Lord, resulting in God directing...
Oct 28, 2015
Scott S. Cunningham
Reflecting Change in the AcademyDr. Scott Cunningham, Vice President of International Partnerships at Overseas Council, explains how the rise in internet usage has transformed theological education across the...
Oct 23, 2015
Inviting the Real and the Real We InviteDr. Esther Meek, Professor of Philosophy at Geneva College, concludes Arts Week by encouraging listeners to invite the real, allowing it, in its personhood, to speak about and...
Why We All Need Epistemological TherapyDr. Esther Meek, Professor of Philosophy, Geneva College, begins Arts Week by proposing a new approach to knowing, offering the option of a covenant epistemology.
An Essential QualityDr. Stanley Toussaint, Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition; Adjunct Professor of Bible Exposition, DTS, teaches us that humility is essential for a walk with God, others...
May 16, 2012
Ronald B. Allen
Knowledge, Fear, WisdomDr. Ron Allen, Senior Professor of Bible Exposition, describes knowledge as the stuff of learning, wisdom as the goal, and fear of the Lord as the center.