In this episode of Faculty Dialogues, Dr. David Rathel and Dr. Paul Wegner held a live discussion on their views on dispensationalism.
Dr. Iorg reminds us of a crucial aspect of passion in ministry - the requirement of leaders to set aside personal privileges and expectations to advance God’s kingdom.
Many see California as a desolate spiritual wasteland. Dr. Iorg dispels these negative perceptions and sheds light on the spiritual impact of the state.
The Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Old Testament, has been important not only for modern interpreters of the New Testament but to the apostles themselves. Eric Espinoza dives into the significance of learning about the Septuagint for the modern reader.
When preaching on any of the Minor Prophets, the outline is generally the same for each message. Sin abounds. Judgment is real. Repentance is necessary. Restoration is possible.
Many American evangelicals feel the decline of religious liberty and anticipate a looming threat of religious persecution. Dr. Phil Hopkins points to the history of Iranian Christianity to provide perspective on how American evangelicals should approach this 1st amendment right.
The dynamic interplay between Spirit and Word is essential for the Christian life. Dr. Iorg shares his continued learning about the Spirit and Word in personal transformation.
According to a recent Barna study on evangelism, most Christians seem to share a common view that evangelism is not a requirement of every disciple. Dr. Iorg recommends an effective biblical way of changing this image of evangelism.