Dr. Akin preached this message in SEBTS chapel on Tuesday October 29, 2013. It is the second of a two part series on the doctrine of justification from Romans 3. The first sermon can be seen here.
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Dr. Akin preached part 1 of a 2-part series in Southeastern’s chapel on September 19, 2013. Part two of this expositional and theological study will be on October 15, 2013.
Dr. Akin preached his first chapel message of the 2013-2014 school year from 1 Samuel 17. Seeking to go beyond the self-help moralism that often accompanies the beloved story of David and Goliath, Dr. Akin shows how God uses David to preserve his people, bring glory to his name, and pave the way for the greater David, Jesus, who would come later.
Read below as Dr. Akin proclaims Jesus from the Pentateuch in relation to the prophet Moses.
Listen as Dr. Akin kicks off the spring semester at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary with this message to students and faculty from 1 John.
A sermon preached by Dr. Akin in Southeastern Seminary’s chapel on December 4, 2012.
Dr. Akin preaches from 3 John during SEBTS chapel and shares his vision that Southeastern Seminary will be known for its love for Jesus and passion for the Great Commission.
Dr. Akin preaches in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, wedding the text of Psalm 116 with the amazing yet brief life of missionary Harriet Newell.
Dr. Akin preaches in chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, wedding the text of Hebrews 12:1-3 with the life and ministry of missionary Eric Liddell.
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Listen as Dr. Akin preaches from Mark 10:32-45 in Chapel at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on November 3, 2011. Dr. Akin submits that gospel should make us lowly, humble servants just like the Savior.