A three-part series that serves as a refresher for pastors or an introduction to this important doctrine for use in an adult Bible class. Dr. Cross covers the importance of the doctrine of the Word of God, with an emphasis, though not solely, upon 2 Timothy 3:16-17: All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that everyone who belongs to God may be proficient, equipped for every good work.” The Word of God is divinely inspired and infallible in its original form and Dr. Cross provides powerful and Biblical teaching that all Christians can profit from.
About Terry Cross
Since 1997 Terry has been teaching at Lee University in the School of Religion. Since 2002, He has been Dean of the School of Religion and is Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology. His PhD is in Systematic Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary (1991). Since 2007, he has worked with the Center for Barth Studies as a Translation Fellow, working with a group to translate a number of German (some French) works into English. Most recently Terry has written an ecclesiology, The People of God’s Presence (Baker Academic, 2019) and a companion volume, Serving the People of God’s Presence: A Theology of Ministry, (Baker Academic, 2020). Terry’s interests lie at the intersection of practical theology and systematic theology, especially as these relate to Pentecostal theology. Currently, he is working on A History of Christian Doctrine, especially on a initial volume on the image of God in humans. Terry has provided many teaching videos for PentecostalPastor.com, including his series on The Doctrine of The Word of God, The Doctrine of the Trinity, Pastoral Care: The Kerygma, The Didache, The Paraklitis, and more. He lives in Cleveland, TN, with his wife, Linda.