Biblical Theology

The Biblical Theology Course was about going through the Scriptures, in order, tracing their major themes and emphases, and allowing them to shape and challenge our views of God, his gospel, his people, and his mission.

It was originally planned as a 12 part course back in 2014 but unfortunately only the first seven sessions took place, and no future sessions are planned.

Due to requests we have made the first seven parts available again here, with notes available for parts 8 to 12.



Our thanks to Rich Tutt, Liam Thatcher and Dan Hayter for writing several of the sessions.

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Introduction

 
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Pentateuch (Genesis to Deuteronomy): Part 1

 
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Pentateuch (Genesis to Deuteronomy): Part 2

 
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Conquest to Monarchy (Joshua to 2 Samuel, Psalms, Wisdom): Part 1

 
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Conquest to Monarchy (Joshua to 2 Samuel, Psalms, Wisdom): Part 2

 
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Division to Exile: Part 1 (1 Kings to 2 Chronicles, pre-exilic prophets)

 
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Division to Exile: Part 2 (1 Kings to 2 Chronicles, pre-exilic prophets)

 
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Exile and Return (Ezra to Esther, exilic and post-exilic prophets)

 
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Gospels (Matthew to John)

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Acts, James and Paul (Acts to Philemon, James)

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Church Under Fire (Hebrews, 1 Peter to Revelation)

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This is about that

Marriage, Paul says, refers to Christ and the Church. This video has been produced by Kings Church Eastbourne to show at the beginning of our wedding ceremonies, illustrating how the symbolism of marriage reflects the Christian gospel.

There are two versions available. Featured above is the cinematic version which doesn’t feature a presenter and is more ambient in nature. The second version below does feature one (in the form of Andrew Wilson) which may better suit teaching contexts.

 

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Available through Vimeo On Demand.: vimeo.com/ondemand/tiatcinematic

Both versions are included and are made available to download in 4K, HD and SD. Purchase removes the watermark and the information slide at the end of the videos.

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Cinematic preview: vimeo.com/213717865
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