A High View of God

TMS Staff | August 2, 2016

Recently, the seminary posted faculty videos related to its core doctrinal commitments. This series focused on theology proper, and the seminary’s commitment to a high view of God.

In this opening video, Dr. Greg Harris discusses God’s unparalleled glory.

 

Dr. Bill Barrick reflects on the infinite holiness of God.

 

Dr. Barrick examines the testimony of Scripture, especially Genesis 1, with regard to the fact that God is the Creator.

 

Dr. Irv Busenitz highlights divine sovereignty by focusing on the book of Habbakuk.

 

Dr. Jim Mook explains why our thinking about God is so vitally important.


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