Dr. Gary Locklair concludes the four part series on the relationship of creation and science with Dr. John Oberdeck.
Dr. Gary Locklair is guest on “Christ in Every Word” – and in this segement discusses the Scriptural evidence for the creator with Dr. John Oberdeck.
Dr. Gary Locklair continues the four part series on science and creation. In this podcast Dr. Locklair reviews evidence from science for creation.
Dr. Gary Locklair, chair of the Department of Computer Science at Concordia Univeristy Wisconsin is the guest for a four part series. Part 1 lays out the parameters of the discussion about science and its relationship to creation.
Dr. Saleska and Dr. Oberdeck discuss the tower of Babel and what the account says concerning human capacities.
Join Dr. Saleska and Dr. Oberdeck as they delve into the post flood world, and the challenges confronting the survivors.
The water recedes, and then what? Share in the discussion between Dr. John Saleska and Dr. John Oberdeck as they continue to examine the implications of the cataclysmic event recorded in the Scripture.
Join Dr. Saleska and Dr. Oberdeck as they discuss the credibility of the flood event and the role of a loving God in the flood.
Join John Saleska and John Oberdeck as they explore the causes for the cataclysm we call the Flood in “Christ in Every Word.”
Join John Saleska as he leads us through the descendants of Adam and Eve, and some of the more interesting elements of humankind’s early centuries.
God has given Adam and Eve the promise of redemption, but the promise seems to be misunderstood. Join Dr. Saleska and Dr. Oberdeck as they explore this possibility.
Dr. Saleska explains God’s grace and mercy for Adam and Eve, even as they are being driven out of the Garden of Eden.
Dr. John Saleska guides listeners through the excuses of Adam and Eve in Genesis 3 and offers application to life today.
Dr. Paavola guides us through the conclusion of Paul’s letter to the Philippians.
Dr. Paavola takes our discussion into the third chapter of Philipians and the desire of Paul to press forward as a witness to Jesus Christ in his life.