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Barri Cae Seif (formerly Mallin) is an instructor, author, and theologian. Her experience has led her through opportunities in corporate sales, Sunday school education, travel, Bible college instruction, authoring, conference speaking, and twice-annual trips to Israel as President of a humanitarian organization. Here is her testimony. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDewMB8Hs_I
In addition, Barri is an Associate Professor and Director of Online Teaching Effectiveness with Grace Christian University. She maintains her status as an online adjunct faculty member at several universities, teaching Graduate-level Business classes and undergraduate Bible and Business classes. She also serves as a content chair for several doctoral students.
Barri holds a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Trinity Theological Seminary. Her focus was the Exegetical study of Romans 10:4. She earned an MBA from Amberton University with a concentration in General Management. She earned a BA in Psychology at Stephens College.
Her published works include four devotionals:
Intimate Moments with the Hebrew Names of God
The Name – HaShem: Daily Devotional Worship
There’s Just Something About That Name
Midbar Missives: Wilderness Devotionals
Other links: The Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible
Thank you for sharing Ms. Barri’s testimony and wisdom with us today ma’am. God’s Word continually unveils itself the more we study it, doesn’t it ma’am?
Hi Stephanie. I just listened to this one and had a bit of an epiphany. When Dr. Seif talked about Abraham sacrificing Isaac, I suddenly saw the story in a new way (for me). Of course the ram represents Messiah being offered as a substitute for us. But for the first time I saw the 2 Adams appearing before they are mentioned in 1 Corinthians 15.
Isaac, being the firstborn of Abraham, is a type of the first Adam. The ram is a type of the second Adam–Messiah, the firstborn of God. Even that early in God’s relationship with man, he’s demonstrating his plan to send the second Adam to rescue the first by dying in his place.
How clever God is to tell story inside story like he does. Thanks for all your work gathering these interesting speakers.
Love this! That is an awesome epiphany! It makes a lot of sense, too. Thank you for sharing.