Gregg Allison

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Gregg Allison is professor of Christian theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Gregg received his PhD at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is secretary of the Evangelical Theological Society and a book review editor for the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. He is the author of numerous books, including Roman Catholic Theology and Practice: An Evangelical Assessment, Historical Theology: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine and Sojourners and Strangers: The Doctrine of the Church.
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Evangelicalism’s Hidden Heresy: Understanding Gnosticism and Why the Body Is So Important
Gregg Allison Theology › ... › Nature of Human Beings 00:00:00 3,319 25 May 2016
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How can we sanctify our body?
Gregg Allison Theology › ... › Sanctification 00:00:00 1,192 23 May 2016
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How does the Bible depict human genderedness and sexuality?
Gregg Allison Theology › ... › Nature of Human Beings 00:00:00 1,200 23 May 2016
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How have some evangelicals misunderstood humans’ embodied nature?
Gregg Allison Theology › ... › Nature of Human Beings 00:00:00 2,169 23 May 2016
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What are major areas in which Protestants differ from Roman Catholics on salvation?
Gregg Allison TheologySalvation 00:00:00 1,127 23 May 2016
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What makes Roman Catholicism’s theology distinct from Protestantism’s?
Gregg Allison TheologySalvation 00:00:00 2,249 23 May 2016
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What is humanity’s future as embodied beings?
Gregg Allison Theology › ... › Death and Glorification 00:00:00 2,116 23 May 2016
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Why is understanding the body important in worshipping God?
Gregg Allison DiscipleshipLoving God 00:00:00 1,259 23 May 2016
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What does it mean to discipline our bodies?
Gregg Allison Theology › ... › Nature of Human Beings 00:00:00 1,404 23 May 2016
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Why is it significant that God created us as embodied beings?
Gregg Allison Theology › ... › Nature of Human Beings 00:00:00 1,160 23 May 2016

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