The Psalms and Life in God’s Creation

In The Word

In the Word Bible Studies from Concordia Seminary is a unique, complete electronic Bible study-in-a-box. All the materials you need to facilitate the Bible study topic are downloadable – the Student study sheets, the Leader Guides and the video presentations.

This series, “The Psalms and Life in God’s Creation ” is presented in five video vignettes. The first four videos feature discussion of the text of texts from the Psalms by Dr. Tim Saleska and Dr. Chuck Arand in a casual, fun setting. In the video for the last session, Saleska and Arand sit down with Rev. Gary Ellul to discuss implications further implications for life together as church.  The Leader Guides and Student Handouts were written by Pastor Ellul. The flexible format allows the facilitator to complete this study in as little as one session, or up to five.

To download the videos and handouts (at no cost), please visit our page in iTunesU. For more information about the Seminary’s iTunesU offerings, or how to install iTunes, please visit http://iTunes.csl.edu.

To purchase a DVD of this content for offline viewing, please visit the CSL Online Store.

We offer for download an introduction to the series in PDF format. Leader and Student Guides are offered with each video.

Previous Bible studies in this series, on Matthew 18 and 1 Corinthians 15, are available here.


Part 1 – Psalm 104
God’s Delight in the Details of Creation (Leader Guide PDF | Student Guide PDF)

 


Part 2 – Psalm 148
The Chorus of Creation (Leader Guide PDF | Student Guide PDF)

 


Part 3 – Psalm 8
Discovering Humility and Gratitude in Creation (Leader Guide PDF | Student Guide PDF)

 


Part 4 – Psalm 19
A Chattering Creation (Leader Guide PDF | Student Guide PDF)

 


Part 5 – Ask the Professors

 


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