I was reading a well-known Bible scholar recently regarding conflicts of ideology which occurred in the early church as more and more Greeks were brought to the faith. These particular conflicts were over the two very unique forms of worship which were present in the early church. For the Jew, worship was always related to […]
Here is the whole What is the Gospel video blog series. Please feel free to comment or leave questions below. We will try to get to the questions pretty regularly.
This session attempts to put together the information given in the first 5 videos to answer the question – How then shall we live? The first of two final videos in the series, this one attempts to explain the centrality of waiting in the theology of the early church.
Replacement theology – also called Supersessionism and fulfillment theology – is a paradigm of the Scriptures (especially the NT) which interprets the New Testament church as being a replacement, fulfillment, or completion of the promises made to ethnic Israel in the Old Testament. Historically, this view grew in tandem with the decrease of Jewish leadership […]Bill Scofield, Gospel, Israel, Replacement Theology, Resurrection, Theology
This Summer we had John Harrigan out to do a seminar with us. John Harrigan is a church planter and missiologist who lives in Kansas City, MO with his wife, Lydia, and three children. He travels and teaches on the Cross, the Great Commission, and the return of Jesus. It was an awesome time of fellowship, […]Christ Crucified, Gospel, Guest, John Harrigan, Theology