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.
Philippians 2 is significant for our understanding of the person and work of Jesus Christ. Dr. Daniel Paavola continues his series on Paul’s letter to the Christians at Philippi.
Dr. Danial Paavola joins “Christ in Every Word” to guide us through four sessions on Paul’s letter to the Philippians.
What do we know of the evil one from Scripture, and what is his strategy for Adam and Eve? Dr. Saleska covers the roots of temptation in this conversation with Dr. Oberdeck.
Join Dr. Saleska as he guides us through Genesis 2 and the implications for relationships today.
Dr. John Saleska explains the meaning of “Image of God,” a significant term used to describe the manner in which God creates Adam.
Dr. Angus Menuge takes Apologetics into Action in this final segment. Questions regarding the Canon, Gnosticism, and the resurrection form the discussion with host Dr. John Oberdeck.
“But isn’t it all just faith?” Dr. Angus Menuge explains the relationship of faith and facts, and the role of apologetics in outreach.
Dr. Angus Menuge shares the second portion of a four part series. In this podcast he covers “Biblical Models for Apologetics.”
Dr. Angus Menuge, Professor of Philosophy and Computer Science at CUW is our guest through the month of February leading us through a discussion on apologetics. The first post – “What is Apologetics?”
The first series of “Christ in Every Word” podcasts brings us back to the beginning, Christ in Genesis.
Listen as Dr. Saleska reveals the presence of Christ’s glory as a theme in the Old Testament. Once again we see that “Christ is in Every Word.”