“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.”
The goal of the eternal Gospel is to overcome the darkness of unbelief. In this episode Dr. Saleska focuses on connecting creation, the fall, and Colossians 1 with Jesus Christ.
When did the Gospel come into being? Christ in Every Word begins the new year with a question based on Revelation 14:6-7.
There have always been questions about the birth of Jesus Christ, ranging from the virginity of Mary – to the number of Magi – to whether or not Jesus had brothers and sisters. Dr. Saleska addresses these and other questions in Christ in Every Word ‘s Christmas podcast.
Beginning with Luther’s insights concerning “Christ in Every Word” Dr. Saleska explores the central role of the cross of Christ within the Scriptures, moving toward an understanding of how the righteousness of God and the needs of the sinner are met at the cross.
In this, the second Concordia Bible Institute Podcast, Dr. Saleska continues the examination of “Christ in Every Word” by looking to the Old Testament, and the way in which the Old Testament’s witness to Christ is validated in the New Testament Scriptures.
Listen to “Christ in Every Word,” a thirty minute podcast with Dr. John Saleska and host Dr. John W. Oberdeck. In this initial podcast Drs. Saleska and Oberdeck introduce the Concordia Bible Institute, and begin a discussion on what is meant by the CBI tag line – “Christ in Every Word.”