Three Ways Our Relationships Reflect God

Biola CMR, Erik Thoennes - December 14, 2016

God is profoundly relational by nature and since we are made in His image, we are relational beings as well, both with Him and with others. So how does this affect our relationships? In today's video, Dr. Erik Thoennes discusses the three ways we most reflect God in our relationships with others and how they act as a catalyst for our sanctification.


Biola CMR

The Biola University Center for Marriage and Relationships exists to build and sustain healthy relationships and marriages in the church and broader culture. Visit our blog to view articles, videos and more resources on marriage and relationships.

Erik Thoennes

Erik Thoennes is a professor of biblical and theological studies at Talbot School of Theology. Dr. Thoennes is committed to teaching biblical and systematic theology so that he and his students love God and people more fully. He has taught theology and evangelism at the college and seminary levels for several years and is a frequent guest speaker at churches, conferences, and retreats, in addition to co-pastoring a local church. In addition, Dr. Thoennes and his wife, Dr. Donna Thoennes, co-teach a course on Christian perspectives on relationships with the Graces and Muehlhoffs.


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