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Forging Ploughshares

Cultivating the Peaceable Kingdom

Paul Axton begins to trace the origins of his discovery of dialectic in orientalism, Tadanobu Tsunoda, and Takeo Doi.

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Paul concludes his study in Hebrews.

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Jonathan Totty interviews Paul Axton on his experience in Japan. Paul describes why and how he ended up doing an analysis of psychoanalytic readings of Paul as a result of his experience.

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As we come to the conclusion of Hebrews in chapter 13 we examine the economy the book is describing in terms of Honor and Shame. Not to say this is some historical artifact but is a universal truth about the way shame and honor are addressed in salvation.

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The temple as microcosmos an mirror of heaven emphasizes the immanence and transcendence of God respectively. Christ resolves this tension as true temple. At the same time the work of Christ and the the nature of God are apprehended against this background.

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Persecution, hostility toward God, and suffering are a futility and evil, but even these endured rightly can be transformed into a discipline.

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This sermon pictures the various rituals surrounding the temple as focused on cleansing from death. The ultimate cleansing is from the rebellion of sin and death - this is the meaning of the atoning death of Christ. This stands in direct contradiction to penal substitution.

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Thomas Evans, Jonathan Totty, Matt Welch, & Paul Axton discuss the essence of Christianity. Did Gandhi have it better than Calvin? In this wide-ranging discussion, we touch upon the work of Tolstoy, King, Girard, and others.

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An explanation of Hebrews 9, often used to support penal substitution. Paul Axton argues that it is at the ascension of Jesus, not His death, that atonement is completely worked out.

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Paul Axton continues his study in Hebrews.

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