Mike Ovey is the Principal of Oak Hill College.

Author's website: http://www.oakhill.ac.uk/teaching_staff/mike_ovey.html
 

Mike Ovey

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The person of Christ: Lecture 4 Part 2 MP3 In the Old Testament, there are many promises about the one whom God will send to bring salvation: he is broadly described as being a prophet, priest and king. In order to fulfil these different Old Testament promises, Christ had to be both God and human. In this lecture, we compare the classic view of the person of Christ with two views from the 19th and 20th centuries, to see that Christ had to be both human and divine so that he could be the prophet promised by God.
The person of Christ: Lecture 4 Part 1 MP3 In the Old Testament, there are many promises about the one whom God will send to bring salvation: he is broadly described as being a prophet, priest and king. In order to fulfil these different Old Testament promises, Christ had to be both God and human. In this lecture, we compare the classic view of the person of Christ with two views from the 19th and 20th centuries, to see that Christ had to be both human and divine so that he could be the prophet promised by God.
The person of Christ: Lecture 3 Part 2 MP3 What does it mean when we say that God's Son has a union of two natures: both divine and human? How can we understand the greatest thing that God has done: sending his Son into our world as a human being? Our elder brothers and sisters in the faith of previous centuries thought about the issues of Christ being God and human and faced up to the deep questions this raises. This lecture looks at the agreement reached at the Council of Chalcedon in AD 451 over the person of Christ, and how this impacts on our questions of faith today.
The person of Christ: Lecture 3 Part 1 MP3 What does it mean when we say that God's Son has a union of two natures: both divine and human? How can we understand the greatest thing that God has done: sending his Son into our world as a human being? Our elder brothers and sisters in the faith of previous centuries thought about the issues of Christ being God and human and faced up to the deep questions this raises. This lecture looks at the agreement reached at the Council of Chalcedon in AD 451 over the person of Christ, and how this impacts on our questions of faith today.
The person of Christ: Lecture 2 Part 2 MP3 Christology is absolutely central to the Christian faith. Christ is central because of who he is, but also because of his work - he alone dies as the Saviour of the human race. The person and work of Christ are inextricably tied together - this has been orthodox teaching since the early centuries of the Christian faith. Only the Creator can restore creation. This lecture looks at the relationship between the person and work of Christ and at how he alone fulfils the promises of the Old Testament.
The person of Christ: Lecture 2 Part 1 MP3 Christology is absolutely central to the Christian faith. Christ is central because of who he is, but also because of his work - he alone dies as the Saviour of the human race. The person and work of Christ are inextricably tied together - this has been orthodox teaching since the early centuries of the Christian faith. Only the Creator can restore creation. This lecture looks at the relationship between the person and work of Christ and at how he alone fulfils the promises of the Old Testament.
The person of Christ: Lecture 1 Part 2 MP3 Many people come to systematic theology with a certain sniff of suspicion. It conjures up the worst kinds of 'academic' theology. In this first lecture, we look at what systematic theology actually is: how it is biblically bounded, comprehensive and inter-connected, seeking to place each part of the Bible into its ultimate context, the rest of the Bible. Systematics has a vital job to do, helping us live as biblical Christians in today's world
The person of Christ: Lecture 1 Part 1 MP3 Many people come to systematic theology with a certain sniff of suspicion. It conjures up the worst kinds of 'academic' theology. In this first lecture, we look at what systematic theology actually is: how it is biblically bounded, comprehensive and inter-connected, seeking to place each part of the Bible into its ultimate context, the rest of the Bible. Systematics has a vital job to do, helping us live as biblical Christians in today's world

 

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