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The Most Misunderstood Word (Isn't Kingdom, Sorry).

I saw this interview on Religion News Service with Scot McKnight, who argues that Christians talk a big game about this idea of “kingdom,” but don’t really understand what it means in the Bible or how it should play out in their everyday lives. 2,265 more words

Hypocrisy

What does it mean to “Encounter” God?

from Jesus Creed by Scot McKnight  -6 Comments

Tim Keller, as we have noted in an earlier post, sees prayer as a conversation, but this conversation has a particular shape: God speaks in the Word (the Bible) and we respond in learning to communicate with God in light of that word-y revelation. 213 more words

Discipleship

Kingdom Conspiracy

A month or so ago, I received a review copy of Scot McKnight’s newest release through Brazos Press. It’s entitled Kingdom Conspiracy: Returning to the Radical Mission of the Local Church… 129 more words

Books

Spiritual Disciplines: What should we expect?

from Jesus Creed by Scot McKnight  – 2 Comments

Ah, those spiritual disciplines. What are they? What do they accomplish? Which ones are most important? What are we to expect from the spiritual disciplines? 309 more words

Discipleship

The Purpose of Atonement

I have been continuing with my studies into the subjects of the Atonement and Justification. Whereas a couple of months ago I was aware for 6 different atonement theories I am now aware of 10…the plot thickens! 869 more words

Theology

There is no Judeo-Christian Ethic...

In Kingdom Conspiracy Scot Mcknight makes an argument that the church in American has bought into the temptation of Constantinianism. This is especially evident in the form of civil religion that has emerged as Roman Catholics, Jews, Mormons, and Evangelicals  have become more and more involved in furthering a particular political agenda. 108 more words

Religion

Redefining the Kingdom of God


In an interview with PARSE, a newsletter published by Christianity Today, Scot McKnight discusses his new book Kingdom Conspiracy. The interview was conducted by Paul J. 632 more words

Book Reviews