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How do we deal with apparent inconsistencies in the Bible?

How do we deal with apparent inconsistencies in the Bible? Dr. Baugh addresses this question in this installment of Westminster Answers!

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Meet the Faculty: Dr. Steve M. Baugh

Meet Dr. Steve M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament and Greek.

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What is the Doctrine of Adoption?

Dr. Baugh bridges the cultural gap between the us and the first century and sheds light on this important doctrine.

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The Pilgrim’s Prayer: Part II

Office Hours talks with Dr. S. M. Baugh about the Lord's Prayer and its continued use in the church and by individual Christians today. This is part two.

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The Pilgrim’s Prayer: Part I

Office Hours talks with Dr. S. M. Baugh about the Lord's Prayer in its first century context, and its continued use in the church and by individual Christians today. This is part one.

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Hebrews 11: S. M. Baugh

This episode features Dr. S. M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament, who takes us through Hebrews 11.

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Hebrews 7:18-28: S. M. Baugh

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   March 4,2013   |   New Testament, Hebrews   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

This episode features Dr. S. M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament, who takes us through Hebrews 7:18-28.

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Hebrews 1: S.M. Baugh

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   October 2,2012   |   New Testament, Hebrews   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Office Hours talks with Dr. S.M. Baugh about Hebrews 1.

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The Book of Ephesians

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   December 1,2010   |   New Testament, Ephesians   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Steve Baugh talks about the research he did on the book of Ephesians during his recent sabbatical.

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Meet S. M. Baugh

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   November 1,2009   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

S. M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament, talks about his journey to the Reformed faith and how the Reformed confession relates to biblical scholarship.

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