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Our guest, Levi Jones, discusses a fourth theological perspective on preaching, from the eschatological angle. (For the earlier posts, see one, two, & three) Here we see that not only is preaching a participation in God’s creative speech, but it also draws us into the new-creation opened up by the Spirit.
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“The Holy Spirit and Preaching: The Gift of God’s Future:” Preaching – IV Redemption — Explorations in Theology
John MacArthur is currently the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church, as well as an author, conference speaker, president of The Master’s College and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry. 1,410 more words
Prior to D.A. Carson’s biography of his father, few of us had ever heard of Tom Carson. He did not pastor a large congregation, he did not preside over a college or seminary, he did not leave a legacy of voluminous writings, he was not a sought after conference speaker; in a word—in his son’s words—he was an ordinary pastor. 852 more words
Our relationships with other people are about so much more than our relationships with other people.
The way we relate to other people reflects our attitude towards God. 527 more words
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