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FEW Jr on Church and Home

Foy E. Wallace, Jr. was forcefully making a cogent, non-institutional argument before widespread debating on the issue took place. He wasn’t the first, but he probably honed and articulated the argument as well as anyone else. He would later denounce … Continue reading

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OT Theology – Reformation

My first post was a summary of Brueggemann’s survey of OT scholarship in Theology of the Old Testament (here). I’m going to try to summarize some of these different sections in greater detail. Brueggemann chooses the Reformation as the appropriate … Continue reading

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Fellowship in the Bible

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The Bible clearly emphasizes the need for unity and fellowship among the people of God. Several passages address this need and provide a basis for fellowship. On one level, fellowship is simple and straightforward. What binds Christians together is their … Continue reading

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Personal Relationship with God

I was listening to a podcast where Stanley Hauerwas was being interviewed, and he made a statement that caught my attention. This is par for the course with Hauerwas, who often uses language to shock his audience in order to … Continue reading

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Narrative of Cross and Church Unity

Gorman’s formula for Paul’s narrative of the cross has been discussed in previous posts (See Post 1 and Post 2). The formula consists of the following: Although [status], not [selfishness] but [self-abasement/slavery]. Paul’s narrative of the cross demands that Christians … Continue reading

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