Posts in Christian Education

Biola and Talbot at the Evangelical Theological Society and Society of Biblical Literature Conferences

Oct. 30, 2014 9:00 a.m. Theology, Biblical Exposition, Christian Education, Ministry and Leadership, New Testament, Old Testament

Every year Bible scholars from around the world gather for a series of conferences about the Bible and related topics. This year the conferences are being held in San Diego, making it convenient for many Biola faculty to attend the conferences, present papers, see friends, and wander the book tables. The following list (thanks to David Roberts for compiling it) includes the presentation titles by those associated with Biola. As you can read, our professors are engaged in research in many different and interesting areas!

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Stewardship: Spiritual Formation Assignment, Part 2

By Charlie Trimm Oct. 28, 2014 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Spiritual Formation

This series of posts presents several of my active assignments from the required freshman class Biblical Interpretation and Spiritual Formation. This one has the students examine their use of time and money, and usually students are surprised at the results. Here are the instructions ...

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Working on a Doctorate: My Personal Story

By Tom Finley Oct. 23, 2014 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Marriage and Family, Ministry and Leadership, Old Testament

Since students often come to me asking about doctoral work after Talbot, I thought it would be helpful to share my personal experience in obtaining my own doctorate. Perhaps some will find my experience helpful as they prayerfully contemplate whether the Lord is leading them to pursue further studies in a doctoral program.

 

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¿Cómo Disentir Sin Ofender? / How Can We Kindly Disagree?

By Octavio Esqueda Oct. 14, 2014 9:00 a.m. Christian Education, Church Life, Ministry and Leadership

Recuerdo que mi padre solía decir con frecuencia “cada cabeza es un mundo” cuando se refería a las diferentes maneras de pensar y actuar entre las personas. Por esta razón, la comunicación es parte básica de las relaciones humanas. No se puede establecer ninguna relación importante y duradera sin que exista una comunicación fluida en la que se intercambien ideas y opiniones. La diversidad de percepciones nos abre la puerta a las relaciones saludables a través de la comunicación, pero al mismo tiempo crea la posibilidad de conflicto. Así que, es importante que todos en general, pero esencial para los líderes, que aprendamos a disentir sin ofender.

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Teaching Bible Fluency: Using Classes and Videos

By Kenneth Berding Oct. 13, 2014 9:00 a.m. Theology, Biblical Exposition, Christian Education, Church Life, New Testament, Old Testament, Spiritual Formation

Are you as concerned about the growing problem of biblical illiteracy as I am?  We Christians have more Bible-focused resources available to us than has any generation of Christians in the history of the world.  Despite this we are literally—from a spiritual standpoint—starving ourselves to death. Would you like your church, adult Bible class, youth group, or small group to reach Bible fluency by pursuing an Old Testament Fluency in 12 Weeks class or a New Testament Fluency in 12 Weeks class using the free resources at biblefluency.com?  Here’s how.

 

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Efesios 4 y la Descripción Sobre Cómo Debe Funcionar la Iglesia de Dios / Ephesians 4 and How the Church Should Function

By Octavio Esqueda Oct. 8, 2014 9:00 a.m. Biblical Exposition, Christian Education, Church Life, Ministry and Leadership

La carta del apóstol Pablo a los Efesios representa uno de los documentos doctrinales más importantes del cristianismo. En los primeros tres capítulos Pablo explica lo maravilloso del amor y la gracia divina que nos dio vida a través de Jesucristo cuando todos estábamos muertos en nuestros pecados. En Jesús también, el Dios de toda gracia nos ha bendecido con toda bendición espiritual. Los cristianos somos adoptados en la familia de Dios, encontramos aceptación, redención, perdón, sabiduría, una herencia eterna que está garantizada por el Espíritu Santo.

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Achieving Bible Fluency: Using Music, Visuals, and a Workbook

By Kenneth Berding Oct. 7, 2014 9:00 a.m. Theology, Biblical Exposition, Christian Education, Church Life, New Testament, Old Testament, Spiritual Formation

What does it take to achieve Bible Fluency? In my next two posts I will guide you through how to use a brand new free resource called Bible Fluency: Sing it, See it, Study it, found at biblefluency.com. This first post seeks to answer the question: How can I use music, visuals, and a workbook to help me learn to think my way through the Bible?

 

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