Theology I with Erik Thoennes

Course Description

Dr. Erik Thoennes teaches some of the fundamental doctrines of Christianity. These include the biblical doctrines of Christ, the Trinity, man, and sin. Thoennes additionally explains the historical development of many of the doctrines.

Theology I with Erik Thoennes
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction (53:41) Play Video
2 Introduction, Part 2 (57:58) Play Video
3 The Knowability of God (1:08:09) Play Video
4 Moralistic Therapeutic Deism (1:06:13) Play Video
5 Doing Theology (1:00:22) Play Video
6 The Character of God (1:00:31) Play Video
7 The Jealousy of God (55:43) Play Video
8 Doctrine of the Trinity (1:10:26) Play Video
9 The Doctrine of Creation (45:59) Play Video
10 The Doctrine of Humanity (1:03:27) Play Video
11 Humanity and The Image of God (1:07:38) Play Video
12 The Image of God, Part II (52:11) Play Video
13 The Providence of God (1:02:45) Play Video
14 Doctrine of Sin (59:08) Play Video
15 Who is Jesus? (53:35) Play Video
16 The Deity of Christ: Son of Man (59:59) Play Video
17 The Apostle's Creed (39:01) Play Video
18 The Duality of Jesus' Humanity and Divinity (1:03:14) Play Video
19 Human Beings in the Image of God (50:34) Play Video
20 Creation: Males and Females (1:03:30) Play Video
21 The Doctrine of Sin (58:03) Play Video
22 The Reversal of Fortune (57:37) Play Video
23 The Doctrine of Jesus - Part 1 (42:16) Play Video
24 The Doctrine of Jesus - Part 2 (1:05:28) Play Video
25 The Four Affirmations of Biblical Christology (1:00:10) Play Video
26 The Humanity of Christ (58:31) Play Video
27 The Humanity of Christ - Part 2 (58:27) Play Video
28 Unity of the Nature of God (1:04:41) Play Video


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