FAL2011: Doctrinal Summary — Pneumatology

FAL2011: Doctrinal Summary — Pneumatology

PDF copy of the doctrinal statement: THE6120 Doctrinal Summary – Pneumatology FAL2011: DOCTRINAL SUMMARY PNEUMATOLOGY Leonard O Goenaga SEBTS, THE6120 Theology II Dr. Whitfield I. On the Triune God On the Trinity: Before all began, God was. Out of nothing, God Almighty brought forth all things seen and unseen (Gen 1:1-3). There are no other gods … Continue reading

FAL2011: Doctrinal Summary — Christology

FAL2011: Doctrinal Summary — Christology

PDF copy of the essay: THE6120 Doctrinal Summary – Christology FAL2011: DOCTRINAL SUMMARY CHRISTOLOGY Leonard O Goenaga SEBTS, THE6120 Theology II Dr. Whitfield I. On the Triune God Before all began, God was. Out of nothing, God Almighty brought forth all things seen and unseen (Gen 1:1-3). There are no other gods before, behind, below, or … Continue reading

DEBATE: Can A Consecrated Female Christian be Eligible to be Considered for All Avenues of Ministry, Including Preaching, Teaching, and the Role of Senior Pastor?

DEBATE: Can A Consecrated Female Christian be Eligible to be Considered for All Avenues of Ministry, Including Preaching, Teaching, and the Role of Senior Pastor?

PDF copy of Debate Outline without WordPress format/outline errors: THE6110 Women Leadership Debate Outline LINK to the Opposition’s Argument: http://www.theologyforthechurch.com/1/post/2011/12/can-women-be-senior-pastors.html NOTE: I do not subscribe to the Egalitarian position. I am a compatabilist who believes in the equality of persons yet distinctions of roles. I was assigned this debate position for my Theology III course. FAL2011: THE6130 … Continue reading

GRK6500: Philippians 4:1-9 Greek Exegesis

GRK6500: Philippians 4:1-9 Greek Exegesis

PDF Copy of the Paper: GRK6500 PHILIPPIANS 4 1-9 GREEK EXEGESIS PHILIPPIANS 4:1-9 GREEK EXEGESIS An Exegesis Paper Presented to Professor David Alan Black In partial fulfillment of the requirement for GRK6500, Greek Syntax and Exegesis Leonard O Goenaga Goenaga@me.com Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary December 3, 2011 PHILIPPIANS 4:1-9 GREEK EXEGESIS  Step 1: Survey the Historical … Continue reading

WEEK 1: The Pulpit and the American Revolution

WEEK 1: The Pulpit and the American Revolution

WEEK 1: The Pulpit and the American Revolution The Pulpit and the American Revolution: Major Themes When the question is given, ‘whose political writings most influenced the Founding Fathers’, the usual names are to be expected: The Enlightenment thinkers Voltaire and Hume, the Social Contract theorists Locke, Hobbes and Rousseau, or perhaps the classics of … Continue reading