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Jason and Vangie Rodenbeck discuss the upcoming PBI course THE 310 Christian Community in the World: A study of the Kingdom of God as it restores community and creation.

Registration is currently open and can be found at the bottom of the current offerings page.

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Paul Axton and Jason Rodenbeck discuss the newly-available Ploughshares Bible Institute (PBI) course on Romans: Salvation through the Body of Christ.

You can register for the course here: https://pbi.forgingploughshares.org/lm/offerings. Hurry, it begins on May 27th!

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Paul Axton and Jason Rodenbeck continue their conversation on living in the tension of postliberalism which requires people to entrust themselves to God.

Part 2 of 2.

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Paul Axton and Jason Rodenbeck differentiate postliberalism and liberalism.

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Jason Rodenbeck and Paul Axton conclude their discussion of the 2018 film Vice and share their reflections on a the peaceable Kingdom's response to the pursuit of political power and our contemporary political situation.

Part 2 of 2.

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Jason Rodenbeck and Paul Axton discuss the 2018 film Vice and share their reflections on a the peaceable Kingdom's response to the pursuit of political power and our contemporary political situation.

Part 1 of 2.

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A brief conversation with Vangie Rodenbeck, developer of Ploughshares Bible Institute’s newest course: THE 250 Marginalization and Restorative Justice. The course is a practical and thought-provoking application the peaceful Gospel message at the heart of Forging Ploughshares’ mission to issues of power and inequality among traditionally marginalized groups. Vangie shares how her experiences raising a child with a documented disability have influenced her theology and her ideas about the justice offered by the powerlessness of Jesus’ cross.

The course will be open for registration by the 14th of January.

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Jason Rodenbeck and Paul Axton discuss the newest course available on PBI.

Matthew: Gospel of Kingdoms is an in-depth, theologically reflective reading of the book of Matthew which allows Jesus' life and teaching to challenge all of our ideas about the way life is supposed to work in this world. We see Jesus' Kingdom vision as truly as we can and learn to imagine what it was he saw as he taught it. Learning how it defied the expectations of the first-century people awaiting the Messiah helps us see how our own contemporary expectations aren't much different and how Jesus is as shocking today as he was 2000 years ago.

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Jason Rodenbeck and Paul Axton discuss an alternative to traditional seminary and Bible college. What is the difference of an education derived from the principle of peace?

We are happy to announce Ploughshares Bible Institute is now accepting applications!

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