In today’s program, we continue our podcast series on a recent theological development known as the “New Perspective on Paul”. Pastor and scholar, Dr. Douglas Bozung, returns to the Learn the Word podcast to discuss this disturbing development.
On today’s podcast, we discuss a recent and disturbing theological development known as the “New Perspective on Paul”. Dr. Douglas Bozung, a Pastor and Scholar, joins the Learn the Word podcast to discuss this subject, a topic on which he has done a great deal of research and writing.
In today’s podcast, we will continue our two-part series entitled Theology Matters. We will be listening in on a seminar presented to the staff and faculty of the Word of Life Bible Institute entitled Getting the Gospel Right.
What you really believe impacts how you really behave! Ideas have consequences, and bad ideas have victims! In today’s podcast, we will address the inerrancy of Scripture and shine a light on the horrifying ramifications when seminaries and denominations deny this essential doctrine.
Today we continue our podcast series on the subject of Dispensationalism. We will answer the questions, what is Dispensationalism and why is it important. Dr. Cone, Dr. Parle, and Dr. Stallard return to the Learn the Word podcast to answer these questions.
In this second of a two-part podcast series, Dr. Cone, President of Calvary University provides a theology of the Kingdom of God from the Gospel of Matthew.
In this first of a two-part podcast series, Dr. Cone, President of Calvary University provides a theology of the Kingdom of God from the Gospel of Matthew.
In this episode, Dr. Wicks explains what Biblical Theology is in contrast to Systematic Theology and then explains how the Apostle Paul employs biblical theology in Galatians 4.
Dr. Wicks, Professor of Bible and Theology at the Word of Life Bible Institute Florida campus helps us better understand key passages found in the book Romans. He explains the mystery surrounding the founding of the church in Rome, discusses what condemns Jews and Gentiles alike, explains what justification entails, and answers the question: is God done with Israel?