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Paul concludes his study in Hebrews.

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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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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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Paul Axton continues his study in Hebrews.

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Paul Axton continues his study in Hebrews.

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Faith breaks open a closed cosmos and a closed economy to receive God's gifts.

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Is faith an interior state or a participation in a transcendent essence. How we understand the "essence" of faith is determinative of the shape of our Christianity.

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Salvation is an embodied, practical salvation which is inclusive of practicing virtue. The way to virtue is by practice.

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Frank Dugan makes a distinction between various metaphors and the telos of God's creative and restorative work, in particular forgiveness as an accounting metaphor.  Paul Axton then leads the study on Hebrews 10:19ff.

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The two goats - YHWH and Azazel - of Yom Kippur are both referenced in 9:28. Paul explains how this shapes Heb 9-10. Keeping the goats straight will bring clarity to the meaning of how Christ saves.

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