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The Bible Minor Project

One of the value-added distinctives that sets Cedarville apart is that every student, regardless of major, receives a Bible minor. Made up of five courses, the Bible minor stretches students to think about God, His Word, and His world in whole new ways and encourages them to apply Scripture to all areas of their lives. We are excited to serve parents, churches, and the greater Body of Christ by providing these exceptional resources for personal and community study.

Theology II Taught by Dr. Jeremy Kimble

Chris Miller

Theology II is the fifth course in Cedarville’s  Bible Minor sequence. This course introduces the doctrines of Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit, the last things, exploring both Scripture and classic and contemporary theological literature. You’ll discover how theology applies to your life and learn how to defend what you believe. These free resources are made available for personal enrichment, group Bible studies, and the benefit of the church.

The videos feature Dr. Jeremy Kimble, Associate Professor Theology, as the course professor. Dr. Kimble is passionate about teaching students the truth of God’s Word.

If you would like to inquire about Dr. Kimble speaking at an event, please complete this contact form. Dr. Kimble regularly preaches at churches, conferences, and camps, and can also specifically address issues of theology, biblical worldview, biblical manhood, and the doctrine, function, and strengthening of the local church.

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Course Videos

The videos below are presented in the order of the class lectures.

Theology II: Defining Theology

Dr. Kimble begins by defining theology.

Theology II: Divisions of Theology

Dr. Kimble continues to discuss the definition of Theology as well as the divisions of Theology.

Theology II: Person of Christ (part 1)

Dr. Kimble begins to discuss Christology and explaining who Jesus is.

Theology II: Person of Christ (part 2)

Dr. Kimble continues his discussion Christology.

Theology II: Person of Christ (part 3)

Dr. Kimble continues to discuss Christology.

Theology II: Work of Christ (part 1)

As Dr. Kimble continues on the topic of Christology, he begins discussing the work of Christ.

Theology II: Work of Christ (part 2)

Dr. Kimble discusses the work of Christ and His sacrifice of atonement. He also discusses false views of Christ's atonement.

Theology II: Work of Christ (part 3)

Dr. Kimble continues the discussion of false views of Jesus's atonement.

Theology II: Work of Christ (part 4)

Dr. Kimble discusses theological formulation and terminology.

Theology II: Biblical Foundations (part 1)

Dr. Kimble begins transitions his discussion to the doctrine of salvation.

Theology II: Biblical Foundations (part 2)

Dr. Kimble continues discussing biblical foundations and union with Christ.

Theology II: Biblical Foundations (part 3)

Dr. Kimble continues to discuss biblical foundations by talking about predestination and election.

Theology II: Ordo Salutis (part 1)

Dr. Kimble discusses dimensions of salvation.

Theology II: Ordo Salutis (part 2)

Dr. Kimble discusses justification and sanctification.

Theology II: Ordo Salutis (part 3)

Dr. Kimble continues to discuss various aspects of salvation.

Theology II: Pneumatology (part 1)

Dr. Kimble begins discussing the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.

Theology II: Pneumatology (part 2)

Dr. Kimble continues discussing the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.

Theology II: Pneumatology (part 3)

Dr. Kimble discusses the Holy Spirit as seen in the book of Acts.

Theology II: Pneumatology (part 4)

Dr. Kimble discusses the gifts of Spirit as well as some history of the Spirit.

Theology II: Pneumatology (part 5)

Dr. Kimble discusses Historical Illumination as it relates to the Spirit.

Theology II: Nature of the Church

Dr. Kimble begins speaking about the Church. He discusses various denominations of the student's home churches, as well as some differences between Israel and the church.

Theology II: Ordinances

Dr. Kimble discusses church ordinances as well as the Lord's Supper.

Theology II: Inaugurated Eschatology

Dr. Kimble introduces the topic of Eschatology.

Theology II: Intermediate State (part 1)

Dr. Kimble provides insight into the idea of the Intermediate State.

Theology II: Intermediate State (part 2)

Dr. Kimble continues to discuss the Intermediate State and introduces the topic of the Tribulation.

Theology II: Tribulation

Dr. Kimble discusses the various views of the Tribulation period.

Theology II: Judgement and Hell

Dr. Kimble moves into a discussion about judgement and the doctrine of Hell.

Theology II: Heaven

Dr. Kimble transitions to a discussion of Heaven.

Theology II: Christian Ethics

Dr. Kimble transitions from eschatology to begin talking about ethics in the Christian life.

Theology II: Christ and Culture

Dr. Kimble discusses Christ in the culture for his last lecture.

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