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Session 1 of the Christ-Centered Christianity seminar continues in this post with a look at the place of the Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, in the eternal purpose. This portion is broken down into a playlist of sub-sections which focus on … Continue reading
In this concluding post of this series, I would like to offer a vision for the progressive unfolding of God’s purpose as it is outworked in and through His people. I will be drawing on the content of the previous … Continue reading
As we come to the final week leading up to Good Friday/Passover and Resurrection Sunday, I’d like to share a meditation on the cross that presents a picture of the crucifixion from a Divine, eternal perspective, rather than a human, temporal one, as we … Continue reading
Twenty-five years ago today I graduated the first phase of my Bible school training, the two-year Basic Bible program at Pinecrest Bible Training Center. As a member of the graduating class, I was asked, along with several others, to write … Continue reading
This post is the conclusion of the series, “Rebels, Refugees and a Returning Remnant”. If you haven’t had a chance to read the previous posts, and would like to first, they may be found here: Part 1, Part 2 and … Continue reading
All things that possess movement, in time and space, have three distinct characteristics. They have a “source”: the origin of the movement; they have a “means”: that by which the movement is carried out and sustained; and they have an “end”: that towards which … Continue reading