Dr. John Saleska brings us down from Mt. Moriah with Abraham and Isaac following Abraham’s test; a test which he passed by faith.
Dr. Joel Elowsky concludes the six part series on Early African Christianity with a summary of its influence in its own day, and its influence today.
Join Dr. Joel Elowsky and Dr. John Oberdeck as they review the life and times of St. Augustine, the early African theologian known for this famous “Confessions.”
Join Dr. Joel Elowsky and Dr. John Oberdeck as they discuss the influence of early African church father Tertullian, not only in his own day, but for us today as well.
Dr. Joel Elowsky of Concordia University Wisconsin and the Center for Early African Christianity describes the life and influence of Origen of Alexandria.
Dr. Joel Elowsky provides background on Mark’s African connection, and shares the life story of Cyprian of Carthage, Confessor and Martyr. Learn why the subject of martyrdom is particularly powerful for African Christians today.
Few are aware of the influence of Africa on early Christianity. Dr. Joel Elowsky of Concordia University Wisconsin introduces us to the influence and impact of Africa in the early church. Dr. Elowsky is the Research Director for the Center for Early African Christianity. Learn more about our theological roots through this series of presentations.
Dr. Saleska and Dr. Oberdeck begin a discussion on God’s testing of Abraham by commanding him to sacrifice Isaac. What is going on in Genesis 22?
A story of desperation and hope, of rejection and God’s rescue – listen as Dr. Saleska takes us through the account of Hagar and Ishmael.
In Advent we examine the life of John the Baptist. Being the one to announce the Lord’s coming is not an easy task, but John fulfills his calling.
Dr. Saleska guides you through Genesis 19 and the rescue of Lot and his daughters.
The promise is made once again, only now within a specified period of time. Within a year the aged couple will have a son. Will they continue to believe these promises? Listen as Dr. John Saleska takes you in-depth into the story.
Abraham has received a glorious promise, but God seems slow in fulfilling it. He and Sarah take matters into their own hands, with ramifications down to the present day.
In this discussion learn more about that mysterious figure who is also mentioned in the New Testament: Melchizedek, Priest of Salem.
Dr. Saleska resumes the study of Genesis with an introduction to the family of Abram and the call Abram receives to leave Haran and go to the Promised Land; where he will be a blessing not only to his own people, but to all people.