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Atonement (At-one-ment) Print

Atonement, the Cosmic Conflict in Revelation, and the Revelation of God’s Character in the Gospel of John

A collection of series from 2013-2014 on the topic of Atonement with Jon Paulien, Moderator

Pamella and Jon PaulienAtonement at the Cross (March 1, 2013)

Atonement Metaphors: The Victory of God in the Book of Revelation (June 8, 2013)

The Revelation of God's Character in the Gospel of John (August 3, 2013 - March 29, 2014)

The Cross as a Revelation of the Character of God in John

  1. The Uniqueness of the Gospel of John
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  2. The Glory and the Hour of God’s Character
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Jesus’ Life as a Revelation of the Character of God in John

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  1. The Double Mission of Jesus January 3, 2014
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  2. The Word Made Flesh January 4, 2014
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  3. Whosoever Believes May Have Life January 4, 2014
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  4. “A Revelation of Judgment” (John 3:18-21) February 14, 2014
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  5. “When Satan Became God” (John 8) February 14, 2014
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  6. “If You Have Seen Me. . .” (John 13-14)   February 15, 2014
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  7. “To Intercede or Not to Intercede” (John 16) February 15, 2014
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Responding to the Revelations

  1. Responding to the Revelation of God (John 13, 17 and 21)
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  2. Responding as Friends and Family (John 15 and 20)
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  3. Responding in Faith (John 4:43-54)
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  4. Why Does Our View of God Matter? (Conclusion)
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The Scourge of Theological Gossip Print
Written by Graham Maxwell

"I hate to have to do this," said the voice on the telephone, but I must warn you that pastor so-and-so is teaching heresy."

"Are you sure?" I inquired.

"Absolutely. It was explained to our whole class at the seminary. Then I heard it again at campmeeting."

"What heresy is the pastor accused of teaching?"

"They said it was something called 'the morally influential theory.'"

"Actually it's pronounced 'moral influence,'" I corrected. "But do you know what this theory is all about?"

"I was hoping you could tell me. But at least I understand it has something to do with the cross and atonement. Evidently the pastor is confusing people by saying that Jesus didn't have to die."

"That's a very serious charge. Have you told many others about it?"

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How God Won His Case (Perceptions of a "Juror") Print

God may you "win your case when you go into court!"

Goodspeed's dramatic translation of Romans 3:4 matches Paul's use of David's prayer in Psalm 51:4. The apostle has raised the question, does the lack of faith among God's privileged people mean that God Himself cannot be trusted? "By no means! God must prove true, though every man be false; as the Scripture says, ‘That you may be shown to be right in what you say, and win your case when you go into court.'"

If God had not been accused, there would have been no need for Him to defend Himself. And just as the charges had been heard throughout the universe, so the answers must be publicly made known. When Daniel described a convening of the heavenly court, he emphasized the open presentation of the evidence. A hundred million watched as "the court sat in judgement, and the books were opened" (Daniel 7:10, RSV).

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