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This Father's day sermon by Paul Axtno suggests ultimate despair is answered through love of God as Father.

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In John women play key roles as models of service and belief which seems to narrate the theological point that the law is suspended through relinquishing prototypical masculine notions of identity and taking on new (feminine) familial orientation. Paul Axton preaches.

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Law and Order Christianity

Paul Axton preaches on a Christianity which needs to hurt others - children at the border - Christ on the Cross - in which law is privileged over doing right. Through an examination of John 5 the question is raised whether this "law and order" Christianity deserves the name "Christian."

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Jesus Defeats Dualism

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 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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What is Truth?

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

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Purifying Fire

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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This sermon follows Paul Axton's recent blog suggesting that the trial of Jesus forever suspends absolute notions of sovereignty and justice.

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