Daniel Akin – A Life Like No Other: Jesus The Incarnate Word – 1 John 1:1-4

Daniel Akin is president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Christianity stands or falls on the person and work of Jesus Christ. It stands or falls on whether or not there’s a true and genuine incarnation. Most of us would be familiar with the doctrine of the incarnation as it is embedded in the prologue of John’s Gospel, where we read, „In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God”. And then, verse 14: „The Word became flesh, and dwelt among us”.

But. many of us would not be familiar equally with the fact that the doctrine of the incarnation is also clearly taught and affirmed in the Epistle of John. So, instead of going to the prologue of John’s Gospel, join me in the prologue of John’s first letter- Chapter 1:1-4, where we’re going to see a life like no other. Jesus, the incarnate Word.

 1 John 1:1-4 The Word Became Flesh

1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through him, and without him was not any thing made that was made. In him was life, and the life was the light of men.

Preaching from 1 John 1:1-4, Dr.  Akin emphasizes Christianity’s dependence on the doctrine of the incarnation.

Daniel Akin – A Life Like No Other: Jesus The Incarnate Word – 1 John 1:1-4 from Southeastern Seminary on Vimeo.

Why We Believe Children Who Die Go To Heaven by Daniel L. Akin and Albert Mohler Jr.

I found out about this article via the Christian Post and wanted to share it with our readers.

Daniel Lowell Akin is the current president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary as of January 2004. Dr. Akin has authored numerous books and journal articles. He is devoted to expository preaching. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. is an American theologian and the ninth president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.(source)

Dr. Akin writes:

Every couple of years, we republish this important article. This article addresses one of the questions we are most frequently asked by students, laypeople, and persons in need of spiritual counsel. For that reason, it seems beneficial to once again make this resource available. It is longer than our average post, but we think it should be published in its entirety. It is our prayer that this article will help you come to biblical convinctions about this very important issue.

click here for the article- http://betweenthetimes.com/2012/10/02/why-we-believe-children-who-die-go-to-heaven/

Redeeming Sex

Mark Liederbach – Redeeming Sex and Sexuality – Faculty Lecture

Mark Liederbach is Dean of Students at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. by Southeastern Seminary on Vimeo

„The paper I am presenting here today is not meant to be a definitive statement, rather a provocative one. Here’s what I mean by that. I hope to provoke ideas through my analysis of the texts in Scripture and send the students and professors into Acts 17:11 and to go back and see if what I have taught you is true. The hope is, I want to spur dialogue so we can make one other better and to the degree that this paper accurately reflects the teaching of Scripture, I want to work diligently, I hope all of us will apply it to our lives.

Matt Chandler – 20/20 Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Conference 2010

via sebts.edu Matt Chandler preaching from Colossians 1:13-23, Chandler challenges us to clearly define the Gospel. This message was preached for the 2010 20/20 collegiate conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Chandler, who was in the middle of chemotherapy for brain cancer, prerecorded this message.

David Platt – What Happens to Those Who Never Hear the Gospel – Romans 15:20-24 – Essential Sermon

One of the best biblical, theological explanations on what happens to people who never hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ and very convicting as well. Sermon preached at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminar.

He expounds on 7 truths:

  1. All people know God, the Father.
  2. All people reject true knowledge of God.
  3. There are no innocent people in the world.
  4. All people are condemned for rejecting God.
  5. God has made a way of salvation for the lost.
  6. People cannot come to God apart from faith in Christ.
  7. Christ commands the Church to take the Gospel, to preach the Gospel to all people.

This video is very popular (on Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s site) and may be slow at certain times of the day. Start play. Then stop for a few minutes. Then start play again. (Vimeo video is high def. and takes a bit longer to download).

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