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Forging Ploughshares

Cultivating the Peaceable Kingdom

Paul Axton preaches on how the Logos overcomes the logos of man in that identity through oppositional difference is undone.

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Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty have a conversation about Balthasar's explanation of the analogia entis, Barth's misunderstanding, and why this esoteric matter would make a difference to a theologian like James Cone.

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Paul Axton preaches on the ultimate sin identified with Judas: handing over Jesus. This sermon demonstrates how this ultimate sin is one that is shared by the Apostles and which is specifically confronted by Jesus.

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Paul Axton compares two functions of language as typefied at Babel and Pentecost.

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Richard Hughes, the premier historian and key thinker in the Restoration Movement addresses the problem of white supremacy and racism as it is attached to particular theological perspectives and offers a theological and historical resolution. Presented as part of the Peace and Justice Study Group at The Stone Campbell Conference.

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Paul Axton preaches on two notions of truth, compared and contrasted as they come into conflict during the trial of Jesus. 

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Paul Axton and David Rosado review the film The Rider. After suffering a near fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America.

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Paul Axton examines alternative theories of predestination and arrives at a resolution that is neither Calvinist nor Pelagian.

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The contrasting dreams of two generations clash within the microcosm of an ancient Buddhist monastery in Bhutan, when Gyembo an ordinary teenager is chosen as the next guardian of their family monastery by his father.

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Fire, torture, punishment, and discipline are depicted as purifying. In 1 Cor 3:11-17 - fire purifies and saves while some are depicted as being annihilated. There is no eternal conscious torment depicted in Scripture. In this sermon, Paul Axton examines terms translated as eternal and punishment to suggest that "the chastening of that Age" is neither eternal nor retributive.

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