A scene from the Leben der heiligen Altväter (1482)


The Doctrine of the Son: Trinitarian Christology for the Sake of the Gospel2024 Deere-Hester Lecture at Gateway Seminary

I was invited to give the 2024 Deere-Hester lecture at Gateway Seminary in Ontario, California. I’ve collaborated with Gateway faculty and friends on several projects over the years, and was honored to make the trip and…

Polar Opposite Misunderstandings of the Holy SpiritSub-personal or Hyper-personalized

A three-minute video about two ways of misunderstanding the Spirit’s personhood.

The Trinity & Salvation (Conference Video)

Here’s video of a 30-minute talk I gave at First Baptist Alcoa (Alcoa, TN) on February 12, 2022. The whole event was well planned by Cody Barnhart. One of the best things about it was getting…

Beloved, Well-Pleasing SonA sermon on Jesus' baptism in the Jordan (Luke 3:21-22)

My church (Grace EvFree in La Mirada) is preaching through the gospel of Luke, and invited me to preach on Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan (3:21-22).

Hilary of Poitiers’ On the Trinity

I commend the Latin pro-Nicene theologian Hilary of Poitiers. He wrote a long treatise On the Trinity which was the assigned text for a Patristics reading group (Ad Fontes at Holy Joys) that invited me to…

Disciples of the Trinity

Here is a 2021 talk I gave, with some Q & A at the end, about how the simplicity of discipleship and the depth of trinitarianism belong together. The talk was for a church group, from…

“Sin Boldly”Luther's Great, Short Sentence

Problematic Views of God Christians Should Know About

Michael Horton and Fred Sanders discuss a growing trend to pull away from classical theism and move toward a more immanent view of God, seeing him as evolving throughout the course of history.

Seeing the Trinity in Scripture

a 2018 lecture at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX. Heavily illustrated, well edited, and with the benefit of a responsive, live audience.

Hearing VoicesThe Trinity in the Old Testament

This is a 2015 lecture for my students at the Torrey Honors College, introducing prosoponic exegesis and its implications for the doctrine of the Trinity.

The Theology of the Pastoral Epistles

A 2015 lecture exploring what is unique about I & II Timothy and Titus, especially focusing on how the theology leans into the ethics.

Does Doubt Belong in Christian Education?A Common Room conversation

Every couple of years, my colleague Dr. Janelle Aijian and I stage a little argument about the status of doubt as a phenomenon in the Christian life. Here’s one we filmed, with Matt Jenson participating as…

The Theology of First John

A 2014 Torrey lecture in which I explain First John’s particular theological emphases, its rhetorical strategy, and how it functions as a kind of interpretive capstone of God’s revelation.

The One Person of Jesus ChristG. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference 2013

Session from the 2013 G. Campbell Morgan Theology Conference, sponsored by Biola University’s Torrey Honors Institute.