Scripture and Gender (with Erik Thoennes)
This episode is also available as a video on Biola's YouTube channel.
Biblically speaking, is our biological sex an essential part of our identity? Are there unique differences and roles for men and women? In this live interview, which can also be viewed on Biola's YouTube channel, Sean and Scott talk with Biola professor Erik Thoeness and Scripture and gender. They also discuss some practical ways to love people with gender dysphoria.
Dr. Erik Thoennes is committed to teaching biblical and systematic theology so that he and his students love God and people more fully. He strives to make the necessary connections between the study of theology, obedience to Jesus and fulfilling the Great Commission. He has taught theology and evangelism at the college and seminary levels for several years and is a frequent guest speaker at churches, conferences and retreats, in addition to co-pastoring a local church. Thoennes has received the University award for faculty excellence and professor of the year. His research interests include godly jealousy, the atonement, the exclusivity of Christ and theology of culture.
Show notes, including a full transcript, are available at: biola.edu/thinkbiblically