Archive for March 23rd, 2011

Dr. Michael Vlach, Assistant Professor of Theology at The Master’s Seminary who among other things, teaches the apologetics course has a message delivered titled, “Making Sense of Evil and Suffering” available through SermonAudio.com

You can listen to the 55 minutes message directly by clicking HERE or Download it for latter by clicking HERE

Here’s a little information about Dr. Vlach from The Master’s Seminary website:

Associate Professor of Theology

  • B.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • M.Div., The Master’s Seminary
  • Ph.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

    Before joining The Master’s Seminary faculty in 2006, Dr. Vlach functioned as a Professor of Humanities at Southeast Community College in Lincoln, Nebraska. He also taught Bible, Theology, and Hermeneutics for Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska. While working on his doctorate, Dr. Vlach was the Senior Researcher/Writer at Church Initiative, a church-equipping ministry in Wake Forest, North Carolina. An ordained minister, Dr. Vlach served as an assistant pastor in Lincoln, Nebraska for five years where he headed up a church-based Bible training institute. Michael speaks regularly at churches and conferences and has appeared on several national radio broadcasts. He has also published numerous articles in Christian magazines and scholarly journals. Dr. Vlach began his tenure at TMS in 2006.

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