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Dr. Reggie Kidd

Dr. Reggie Kidd

Dr. Reggie Kidd is Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL.

 

18 Video results for: Reggie Kidd

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  • Paul and the Ephesians by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    Examines how Paul designed Ephesians to teach Christians how to build, maintain and thrive in God's kingdom.
    Lesson 3 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and the Philippians by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    A companion video to lesson 5 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • Does Philippians address all types of suffering, or only suffering for the gospel?
    • Is Paul's joy related to his suffering, or to his relationship with the Philippians?
    • Was it sinful for Paul to want to die?
    • Is the joy Paul described more a recognition of Christ than an emotive experience?
    • How could Paul be both depressed and joyful at the same time?
    • Did Christian or secular virtues motivate the Philippians to care for Paul?
    • Why did Paul feel such strong affection for the Philippians?
    • Was it normal for very diverse groups to be involved in the same local congregation?
    • Should we focus on both Paul and Timothy as joint authors of Philippians?
    • What can we learn from the way that Paul exhorted Euodia and Syntyche?
    • What did Paul mean when he said that Jesus made himself nothing?
    • What is the difference between perseverance and preservation?
    • Do our good works contribute to our salvation?
    • Does God ever use the outwardly good works of unbelievers to bring them to faith?
    • How can good things come from preaching the gospel with wicked motives?
    • How should we respond to those who preach the gospel with wicked motives?
    • Who are the "true circumcision"?
    • What are the central concepts of the gospel?
    • How can we identify and deal with false teachers?

    Lesson 5 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and the Ephesians by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    A companion video to lesson 3 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • Why do some people question Paul's authorship of Ephesians?
    • In what ways is Ephesians similar to Paul's other writings?
    • Why is the authorship of Ephesians important?
    • Why would someone forge a letter in Paul's name?
    • Did Paul really write this letter to the Ephesians? If not, what difference does it make?
    • Does this letter address local problems in Ephesus, or only in the wider community?
    • Why should a Gentile be excited about a Jewish Messiah?
    • Do God's promises to Old Testament Israel apply to the church?
    • Have significant distinctions between Jews and Gentiles been eliminated?
    • In what way is the modern church one body?
    • Does God love diversity?
    • Did Paul downplay the idea of the kingdom of God for Gentile readers in Ephesians?
    • Is the idea of the kingdom of God just a metaphor? How does it affect us today?
    • What is the relationship between spiritual gifts and church offices in Ephesians 4?
    • Do all church offices mentioned in Ephesians 4 still exist?
    • Does Paul's instruction that wives submit to their husbands apply to every culture?
    • Is the armor of God entirely defensive, or does it also have an offensive quality?
    • What is the main way we engage in spiritual warfare?
    • Are praise and worship supposed to be primarily musical?
    • How does worship in the gathered church differ from other types of worship?
    • How do we reconcile the individual and corporate aspects of the gospel?
    • What is the relationship between the gospel and the kingdom of God?
    • What are some practical ways to build the kingdom of God?

    Lesson 3 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul's Imprisonment by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    Surveys the circumstances that gave rise to Paul's letters to the Colossians, Philemon, the Ephesians and the Philippians.
    Lesson 1 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and the Philippians by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    Examines Paul's letter of hope and encouragement for the times of persecution and distress he and the Philippians faced.
    Lesson 5 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and the Colossians by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    Examines Paul's response to the heretical teachings that introduced the veneration of lesser spiritual beings into Christian worship.
    Lesson 2 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and Philemon by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    A companion video to lesson 4 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • Does Paul's letter to Philemon have any doctrinal authority over modern Christians?
    • Would Paul's letter to Philemon have been read to the entire church?
    • How often did Paul describe the gospel's implications for a specific person?
    • Do all forms of slavery compromise human dignity?
    • How should the church respond to modern forms of slavery?
    • Is understanding Roman slavery important to understanding Paul's letter to Philemon?
    • Why did Paul try to persuade rather than command Philemon to free Onesimus?
    • Should we adopt the same strategies of persuasion that Paul used with Philemon?
    • What gave Paul the confidence to use such a risky strategy with Philemon?
    • Did Onesimus have the responsibility to make reparations to Philemon?
    • Do we always have to show mercy when we are wronged?
    • How does Paul bring the gospel to bear on Onesimus?
    • Do Paul's teachings on slaves and masters apply to other types of relationships?
    • Do the principles explained in Philemon apply to our relationships with unbelievers?
    • How does Paul's message apply to Christians who are mistreated by unbelievers?
    • What does the book of Philemon have to say about guilt and shame?
    • How does our identity in Christ motivate us to reconcile?
    • Should we limit our pursuit of reconciliation with unbelievers?
    • Should we limit our pursuit of reconciliation with believers?
    • How can we rightly interpret God's providence?

    Lesson 4 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and his Theology by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    A companion video to lesson 1 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • What details do we know about Paul's background?
    • Did Paul replace the Old Testament with faith in Christ?
    • How has the Reformed tradition viewed the relationship between the Old and New Testament?
    • How can Gentiles be counted as Jews and perfect law-keepers in Christ?
    • How do Christians receive Christ's status?
    • If we are counted as perfect in Christ, why did Jesus exhort us to be perfect?
    • How do the natural and the supernatural intersect in our lives?
    • Is God going to restore the earth or destroy it?
    • How is Christ present in the sacraments?
    • How did the early church feel about the delay of Christ's return?
    • How does the delay of Christ's return affect daily Christian living?
    • How far should we go in trying to become all things to all people?
    • Did Paul embrace the entire Old Testament, or only some of its teachings?
    • Should modern missionary strategies be based on Paul's example?
    • Can Christians divide from each other in a godly way?
    • Should our theology be academic or practical?
    • What are some practical ways to maintain spirituality in an academic setting?
    • Is it dangerous to reconstruct Paul's theology?
    • How can our imaginations help us understand Scripture?

    Lesson 1 of the course: The Heart of Paul's Theology
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and the Colossians by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    A companion video to lesson 2 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • How did Paul decide which cities to visit?
    • If we discover another letter from Paul, should we add it to the Bible?
    • How common was syncretism in the ancient world?
    • Did syncretism come just from Gentile converts, or also from Jewish Christians?
    • Why is syncretism dangerous?
    • Is syncretism still an issue in the modern church?
    • Are there real spiritual powers other than God, or are they just personified concepts?
    • How real is spiritual warfare?
    • How should Christians think about angels and demons?
    • Why did the false teachings sound wise to the Colossians?
    • Are Paul's arguments against false teaching effective against modern philosophies?
    • What did the false teachers in Colossae promote?
    • How can Christ be both God and the image of God?
    • Why is Christianity superior to other faiths?
    • How are Christian ministers superior to ministers of other religions?
    • Is our present salvation really better than the salvation other religions offer?
    • Was Paul's view of Christian liberty in Colossians consistent with his view in 1 Corinthians?
    • How can modern Christians enjoy liberty and still be sensitive to others?
    • How should we express our loyalty to Christ in discussions with other religions?
    • How should we express our loyalty to Christ when interacting with other Christians?
    • How can we focus on things above without neglecting our earthly responsibilities?
    • Is regeneration a one-time event?

    Lesson 2 of the course: Paul's Prison Epistles
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles
  • Paul and the Thessalonians by: Dr. Reggie Kidd
    A companion video to lesson 3 of the same series that asks the following questions:
    • Did Paul sin by refusing to take John Mark on his second missionary journey?
    • Why did the Holy Spirit prevent Paul from ministering in Asia?
    • What do 1 & 2 Thessalonians teach about the timing of Christ's return?
    • How can we hope in Christ's return without forming inappropriate expectations?
    • How does diligent work in worldly occupations benefit our Christian witness?
    • Who is or was the "man of lawlessness"?
    • How can we discern false prophets and false teachers today?
    • How can we affirm hard work without overemphasizing prosperity?
    • Is laxity always sin?
    • What can younger, poorer Christians learn from the example of older, well-to-do Christians?
    • How do we deal with churches and church leaders that advocate false teachings?
    • When is it legitimate to leave a church?
    • What unique contributions do Paul's letters to the Thessalonians make to our theology?
    • Why did Paul say that believers that had died were "asleep"?
    • How should Christ's imminent return impact our view of building the kingdom?
    • How does the Holy Spirit separate us from the world without taking us out of the world?
    • How common were forgeries when the Bible was being written?

    Lesson 3 of the course: The Heart of Paul's Theology
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    Topic: Pauline Epistles

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