Tag: orthodoxy

Chapel
Feb 17, 2016
Glenn R. KreiderGlenn R. KreiderMichael J. SvigelMichael J. SvigelDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
The Language of Theology Drs. Glenn Kreider and Michael Svigel, professors of Systematic Theology, join Dr. Darrell Bock at the table to discuss how language regarding theology can invite others into...
Bible
Sep 8, 2009
Jeffrey BinghamJeffrey Bingham
Once For All Department chair and professor of Theological Studies, Dr. Jeffrey Bingham, communicates to us that when doctrine is least appealing, it is most needed.
Bible
Feb 6, 2009
Thomas C. OdenThomas C. Oden
Libyan Christianity 4: Why Are We Talking About Lybia? Thomas Oden, professor of Theology Emeritus, Drew University; General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, concludes the W.H. Griffith Thomas lectureship by...
Bible
Feb 5, 2009
Thomas C. OdenThomas C. Oden
Libyan Christianity 3: Christianity from Marmarica to Tripolitania Thomas Oden, professor of Theology Emeritus, Drew University; General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, continues his exploration of how early Christianity in...
Bible
Feb 4, 2009
Thomas C. OdenThomas C. Oden
Libyan Christianity 2: Christian Beginnings in Cyrene Thomas Oden, professor of Theology Emeritus, Drew University; General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, continues the themes of historic Christianity's development...
Bible
Feb 3, 2009
Thomas C. OdenThomas C. Oden
Libyan Christianity 1: A Libyan History Awaiting Discovery Thomas Oden, professor of Theology Emeritus, Drew University; General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, explores historical Christianity by means of understanding...
Bible
Sep 10, 2008
James E. AllmanJames E. Allman
Is we christians? Dr. James Allman, professor of Bible Exposition, looks at 1 John 1:1-7 and discusses the topic of apostolic tradition. He clarifies the importance of adhering to the teachings of...
Bible
Aug 4, 2000
Jeffrey BinghamJeffrey Bingham
Believe and Live Christianly Dr. Jeffrey Bingham, Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies, argues that in order to live Christainly you must believe Christianly.