The Purpose Of God In Creation And Redemption

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Description : This Is A New Release Of The Original 1922 Edition.


Eschatological Redemption

Author by : William Boyd Hunt
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Creation And Redemption

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Creation And Redemption

Author by : John G. Gibbs
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Man Prince Or Pauper

Author by : Frank Mathews Boyd
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Christ Creation And The Cosmic Goal Of Redemption

Author by : J.J. Johnson Leese
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Description : J. J. Johnson Leese discusses how the apostle Paul's writing on Christ's relationship to creation, read alongside the interpretations of Irenaeus of Lyon, provide a meaningful contribution to contemporary debates on the interrelationship between religion and nature. Leese draws upon the integration of three related scholarly trends – the increased importance placed on biblical creation themes, the emergence of ecotheology, and the history of reception – while focusing on the Pauline corpus and readings of Paul by Irenaeus, thus uncovering a robust creation and ecotheological theology. Irenaeus' approach provides the possibility for Paul to contribute to ecotheology, by way of a theological vision where the whole of reality in relationship to Christ and creation and by extension, to soteriology and ecclesiology, are central components of Paul's theology.


God S Plan And Purpose For The Redemption Of His Creation

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Description : If Eschatology confounds you, you will find "God's Plan and Purpose for the Redemption of His Creation" gives clear and concise interpretations of End Times Scripture.The Bible is God's revelation of his eternal plan of the redemption of His creation. When God created this universe, including humanity, He had a master plan. This book seeks to answer those questions often asked by those puzzled by God's plan of redemption. An effort is made to explain God's purpose and His actions leading to the Last Days.


The Remembrancer 6th

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Discipleship Between Creation And Redemption

Author by : Philip LeMasters
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Description : This provocative study argues that the 'believers' church' should draw on Catholic, Reformed, and Lutheran thought to find a solid basis for Christian political action. The book believes that a 'believers' church' ethic has points of continuity with the quest for social justice in the larger society. Rather than separating discipleship from political life or uncritically baptizing political projects, the believers' church may appeal to natural law as a basis for cooperation with others toward the end of a more just society. The volume draws upon various historical theologians and a variety of contemporary figures to affirm a God-given moral capacity in humans that makes a tolerably just political order possible.


The Bridge From Creation To Redemption

Author by : C. Benjamin Wilkes
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Description : If there is a true, genuine plan coming from an all omnipotent God, the creator of all mankind, and it is specially directed to all people of His creation, and that plan is focused with the intent to reconcile and save humanity back to the Creator here is that plan. This book explains from a Christian perspective what God's true plan entails and what we have to do to accept this plan. It is a plan that has been around for over two thousand years, but over the ages, the complexity of this plan has been obscured and watered down in its interpretation. There comes a time when this God of ours attempts to touch us spiritually with His plan. It is the responsibility of all mankind to wake up and open up their hearts and minds to what God is trying to tell us.


The Purpose Of God

Author by : Walter Robert Matthews
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The New Life In Christ

Author by : Joseph Agar Beet
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The Bridge From Creation To Redemption

Author by : C. Benjamin Wilkes
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Description : If there is a true, genuine plan coming from an all omnipotent God, the creator of all mankind, and it is specially directed to all people of His creation, and that plan is focused with the intent to reconcile and save humanity back to the Creator...here is that plan. This book explains from a Christian perspective what God’s true plan entails and what we have to do to accept this plan. It is a plan that has been around for over two thousand years, but over the ages, the complexity of this plan has been obscured and watered down in its interpretation. There comes a time when this God of ours attempts to touch us spiritually with His plan. It is the responsibility of all mankind to wake up and open up their hearts and minds to what God is trying to tell us.


Postcolonial Public Theology

Author by : Paul S. Chung
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Description : Postcolonial Public Theology is a tour de force--theological reflection transformed by encounter with the most compelling intellectual discourses of our time. It offers prophetic challenge to the hegemony of economic globalization. Evolutionary science's encounter with life's limit questions requires an ethically responsible practice of scientific rationality, measured by sufficient, sustainable livelihood for all. Interreligious engagement compels us to take seriously the realities of cultural hybridity and social location in reimagining a polycentric Christianity. Postcolonial Public Theology makes the case for public theology to turn toward postcolonial imagination, demonstrating a fresh rethinking of public and global issues that continue to emerge in the aftermath of colonialism. This book provides students and scholars in these various fields an interesting framework from which to continue to dialogue about the relevance of this literature and, in particular, the continuing importance of Christian theology in the public arena.


The Corruption And Redemption Of Creation

Author by : Harry Hahne
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Description : Nature plays an important and often neglected role in Jewish apocalypses. Most Second Temple Jewish apocalypses (ca. 200 BC - AD 100) do not oppose the material world, but view nature as damaged by human and angelic sin. Rather than expecting God to destroy the world, many look forward to God's dramatic eschatological deliverance of nature from corruption. Although Romans 8:19-22 was not written in the genre of an apocalypse, it shares the basic apocalyptic world view. The Apostle Paul follows that stream of apocalyptic thought that looks forward to the transformation of creation by an eschatological divine act, the reversal of the damage caused by sin, and the perfection of nature to share glory with redeemed humanity. A comparison of nature in Jewish apocalypses and Romans 8:19-22 reveals important insights into the theology of early Judaism and its influence on early Christian thought.


The Incarnation

Author by : Byran Russell
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Description : The nature of the Incarnation is of supreme importance in our understanding of God's purpose in the Provision of Redemption. The Redemption in the Old Economy of the Law was principled on the Innocent for the Guilty. The blood of the innocent animal was offered upon the altar before the Lord for the remission of the sin of the guilty. This principle was based on even a greater principle, The Atoning Blood of The Son of God, The Lamb slain before the foundation of the World. The Trinity foreknew that man would have failed the TEST of Obedience in the Garden of Eden before Adam and Eve were created. However, God's foreknowledge did not prevent the creation of man. It was in Eternity The Son offered to die on man's behalf to redeem him. So on looking on the blood of the innocent animal, The Father saw the blood of His Son and thus forgave the guilty under the Law. The external consideration of the Fall did not influence God's purpose in the creation of man, neither did the Fall of Lucifer and his angels. God's purpose in creation is eternal, and external factors will never change it.Of necessity, it must be emphasized that the innocent animal, under the Law, was far inferior to the guilty sinner for whom it was offered. The Eternal Lamb was far superior to guilty man, being the Son of God, holy and separate from sin. A student of Theology may want to ask the question, Why would God go ahead and create man, knowing that he would FALL? To this , we may reply that God's eternal purpose in man's creation was far greater than man's failure in the Garden of Eden. Simply on the basis of Divine Economy, it makes eternal sense. God created a pair of people, but today there are more than 7,000,000,000 people who are the descendants of Adam and eve.The Incarnation is one of the greatest mysteries and because of its eternal purpose, the angels desire to look into it. It will be talked about throughout eternity by the saints and angels. But fundamental to and prior to the Incarnation was a great mystery. Sometime before The Son assumed human nature, He merged with the Father and became One with Him; yet maintained His personal Distinction. These Distinctions which some Theologians call Emanations, the sharing of The Father's Divine nature with The Son and The Holy Spirit, are immutable and cannot be reversed. The Theology of Immutability is not only applicable to the merging of the Son with The Father before the miraculous conception of the Virgin Mary, but it also applies to other Divine acts. Once a human being is born into the World, he will continue to exist in some form for eternity.For the sake of continuing of this line of thought, The Son was actually transported from Heaven to Earth by this miraculous act of The Holy Spirit. His earthly life then began and became subject to the biological laws of nature. Since Divinity cannot be created, neither can it be changed, The Son could see Himself when being conceived in Mary's womb. However the Babe in Mary's womb would have no human consciousness, because to be true human, one does not self-consciousness in the womb, but later after birth. Now that the great mystery of the Miraculous Conception is better explained, we are ready to consider more fully the human nature of Jesus Christ, man's Redeemer.Without the human nature of Christ, the Provision of Redemption would not be possible. Christ needed a human body to offer the Vicarious Sacrifice of himself unto The Father on man's behalf. Angels are immortal beings and could not die on behalf of mankind. In His Pre-Incarnate form, Christ could not have died. Redemption requires a blood sacrifice, The Innocent for The Guilty. Death by sin had reigned from Adam to Moses, even over those who had not sinned. None of Adam's descendants could die for man's Redemption. The Atoning Sacrifice had to be sinless. By the Virgin Birth or the Miraculous Conception of Mary, a sinless and holy human body was provided for The Son of God.