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.@timothygharmon reviews "A Theology in Outline: Can These Bones Live?" by @robertwjenson.

Jenson's new monograph, "A Theology in Outline: Can These Bones Live?" is an edited transcript of an undergraduate course that Jenson taught at Princeton in 2008. This conversational and accessible volume is thus culled from twenty-three lectures covering…
Jenson's new monograph, "A Theology in Outline: Can These Bones Live?" is an edited transcript of an undergraduate course that Jenson taught at Princeton.
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What does it mean to follow a Crucified Messiah? @whitneywoollard @GCDiscipleship

Jesus is demanding nothing short of a willingness to die (literally!) for His sake. This is important to realize because language such as “cross bearing” and “self denial” is frequently used among Western Christians to mean they missed the latest episode…
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Top 5 Old Testament Theology Books. @JoshGMathews

This is a list of my top five books on Old Testament theology. Although the discipline of Old Testament theology has included those who simply seek to describe the historical development of Israel’s religion, that is not the aim of those represented in…
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Where has God strategically placed you? Nick Abraham discusses how to find places of mission in your life. @GCDiscipleship

As Christians, there is no place the Lord could send us where his mission does not stand. Therefore, if the mission always stands, then the lack of Great Commission following that we find in our lives must be our fault, not the one who gave the mission.…
Let us consider the places that God has put us as purposeful, strategic appointments from our Lord.
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Who is Jesus? The Prophet Greater Than Moses. @whitneywoollard @GCDiscipleship

Words have no meaning apart from structure. Thus, the way in which we arrange our words are just as important as the words we use. The Gospel of Matthew illustrates this perfectly. The life and teachings of Jesus are intentionally pieced together in such…
Matthew wants you to understand that Jesus is indeed the prophet like Moses sent by God to speak the truth, enact a new exodus, and set you free.
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.@timothygharmon reviews "Christological Anthropology" by @_MarcCortez. @Zondervan

To date, Marc Cortez (Associate Professor of Theology, Wheaton College) has released a number of significant works on the topic of theological anthropology. This book is organized around seven topics, with a single theologian assigned to each of these.…
This book analyzes seven topics: sexuality, suffering, vocation, ecclesiology, ontology, personhood, and race.
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Four View on Hell supplies a means of exposure to perspectives that are presently being entertained within the pale of evangelicalism, generously conceived. All in all, regardless of whether or not one resonates with the viewpoints it adumbrates, this…
Four View on Hell supplies a means of exposure to perspectives that are presently being entertained within the pale of evangelicalism, generously conceived. All in all, regardless of whether or not one resonates with the viewpoints it adumbrates, this book nevertheless is to be commended for its lucid explication of four contemporary outlooks on the subject of hell.
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A New Covenant Meal for Mission @MathewBryanSims @GCDiscipleship

Is it any wonder that when our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ sets up His Passover that He does so around the table? He engages the senses. He pours out the good wine and breaks fresh bread. Have you ever been in the kitchen when the fresh bread comes right…
You could feel it in the food; she loved you no doubt. A meal was her way of keeping the family together.
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Adam Christian reviews "Linguistic Analysis of the Greek New Testament" by Stanley Porter. @ReadBakerBooks

In summary, Stanley Porter’s Linguistic Analysis of the Greek New Testament is a useful book, but there are significant portions that necessitate a prior understanding of the topics they cover. Additionally, some sections are accessible to those at…
Adam Christian reviews Stanley Porter’s "Linguistic Analysis of the Greek New Testament."
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Is there hope for the reconciliation of Christianity and laudable (rather than laughable) creative output? @humblebeast @JRyanLister

How creativity relates to theology is a topic of ongoing conversation among contemporary Christians. While, in a former era, Christianity and the arts enjoyed an especially fruitful marriage (just think of Bach's voluminous sacred compositions, or…
Is there hope for the reconciliation of Christianity and laudable (rather than laughable) creative output?
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Job’s Suffering and God’s Sovereignty: Did God give Satan a free hand in bringing suffering and pain to Job’s life?

Did God set limits on what Satan could do to Job? Do you agree or disagree? Why does it matter?
The statement reads, “God gave Satan a free hand in bringing suffering and pain to Job’s life.” Do you agree or disagree?
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How do you live in familial community, as described in the New Testament? @BradAWatson @GCDiscipleship

In our culture, we call a group of people who care for one-another a community. Broken families, codependent relationships, and an epidemic of loneliness have created a ravenous hunger for community in this generation. This is what we long for in and…
In our culture, we call a group of people who care for one-another a community. We live the gospel by loving one-another. This is biblical community.
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