How Judgment Makes Us Hypocrites – Greg Boyd – ReKnew

The previous post addressed how the church is to be people of love not judgment, which means that the church is not called to be the moral guardian of the culture. What we often fail to see is the fact that when Christians assume the position of moral guardians, they earn the charge of hypocrisy. …

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Seminary Education—Myth and Reality – Faithlife TV [Video]

Truth doesn’t need permission. Questions are important—and allowed. Dr. Michael S. Heiser discusses uncomfortable questions with cohost Johnny Cisneros. — View on faithlifetv.com/media/369485 ______________________ Dr. Mike Heiser brings some very strong arguments for churches training faithful people for ministry in-house, instead of the broken system of Seminary. This message could not be more timely, in …

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“The Wrath of God Satisfied” | Scot McKnight

Do you see propitiation at the core of the atonement? Do you think God’s wrath was pacified (propitiated) in the cross? Not all agree with the propitiation proponents, and one who did not agree was C.F.D. Moule. Moule in his characteristic succinct way summarizes the NT texts, and I quote them below, after the jump. …

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Did Christ Call Us to be Moral Guardians? – Greg Boyd – ReKnew

Whenever Christians try to enforce their doctrines or morals on others, the result has usually been at least as bad as any non-Christian version of the kingdom of this world. Even more concerning, it’s been far more damaging to the kingdom of God than any other version of the kingdom of the world. There’s no …

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