Mark Johnston
We may well complain that our generation ranks among the most immoral generations of history and that could well be true. But the more sinister issue is the reason that lies behind this tragedy. It is the fact that ours is probably the most amoral generation of history. It simply does not possess...Continue reading.
Jonathan Master
This week on Theology on the Go our host, Dr. Jonathan Master will be on the receiving end of the questions. Dr. Master is a speaker at the Alliance sponsored Blue Ridge Bible Conference held March 31- April 1 (Go to AllianeNet.org to register!). So, Dr. Jeffrey Stivason joins the program to...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Stivason
Now, it's this aspect that we need to engage. It's the practical side of adoption. When adoptive parents bring the newest family member home, a time of assimilation ensues. Let me say it like this, the siblings already present need to welcome the newest member and depending on the age...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Waddington
Adoptionism is an early Christian heresy regarding the person and work of Jesus Christ. This false teaching advanced the view that God the Father came upon an already-existing man called Jesus of Nazareth and adopted him as his “son” after the fact of his birth and maturation (perhaps adopting him...Continue reading.
Jon Deming
“Anybody else discouraged today by the pastoral blueprint in the ‘church growth’ movement?” writes Jared Wilson, a pastor from New Hampshire. “The most ‘successful’ types of pastors today,” he continues, “are more of the entrepreneurial type than the pastoral. They are speakers, CEOs, innovators,...Continue reading.
Mark Johnston
I love photography and, although I’m not a great photographer, I have learned some of the secrets of capturing a scene or portrait effectively: the most important being to choose angles that allow the details to stand out clearly.Continue reading.
Stephen Unthank
In the treasure chest of the Gospel, many have argued that our adoption really is the brightest and most beautiful of gems contained in all that Christ accomplished for us. But even taking a closer look at that particular gem we see that adoption itself has many different facets which, when...Continue reading.
David Garner
Cursory enquiry of huiothesia (“adoption”) in the New Testament might lead one to downplay its theological significance. Only five times does the term huiothesia appear, always in the Pauline corpus, ostensibly defending a cursory treatment based on its infrequency and Pauline exclusivity. If...Continue reading.
David Garner
When hearing the word adoption, most envision a once-orphaned child now legally joined to a new set of parents. A previously forlorn soul flees a loveless past and enters the permanent embrace of a welcoming family. For the child, life changes dramatically, with changes only slightly less marked...Continue reading.

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