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Sermon: Cultivating Peace

Paul Axton Preaches: The New Testament is focused on achieving peace. This peace is certainly inclusive of a physical non-violence, but it also includes corporate peace – an enacted peace in the body of Christ, and a psychological peace which we are to discern and cultivate.

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Jonathan Totty and Paul Axton describe how approaches to Thomas (in Neo-Thomism, Nouvelle Theology, Radical Orthodoxy, Post-liberalism, Reformed Theology) may account for Trad-Catholics, Evangelical apologetics, analytical philosophy, and the rise of nominalism and secularism. The peculiar understandings of Thomas help explain the divisions of modern thought and theology.

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The ultimate sacrilege occurring in churches today is the sacrifice of women and children, the outworking of the Fall characteristic of Moloch worship, in the name of Christ. This is the potential tragedy connected with reifying traditional roles captured in complementarianism. It misses the fact that the Gospel is overturning fallen norms of what it means to be male and female.  

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Paul Axton Preaches: Love in the body of Christ is our assurance it is our certainty.  This is not the certainty of a principle or formula (which is without life or presence) but the certainty of a promise of real presence of my brother on the right and my sister on the left.

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In this interview with Michael Hardin, the author of the "Jesus Driven Life," we discuss the work of Rene Girard as it is integrated with a non-violent hermeneutic. Hardin is an acclaimed author who has written extensively on Girard and in addition to his other books also edited the important compilation, "Stricken by God."

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Paul Axton Preaches: One of the curses of the Fall, a part of what it means to have forfeited the image of God, is that man will oppressively rule over women and women will masochistically succumb to this rule. Authentic Christian salvation is aimed at curing this oppressive curse.

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Jason Rodenbeck and Paul Axton discuss the misfocus of forms of universalism and Jason suggests a key part of following Christ is necessarily left out of any form of universalism.

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Paul Axton Preaches: The completion of all creation is the completion of man by the creation of woman. The whole inner basis of creation, God’s whole covenant with man, which will later be fulfilled through Christ and the Church is prefigured in the completing of man’s emergence by the coming Woman to man.

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Jason Rodenbeck and Paul Axton discuss the misfocus of forms of universalism and Jason suggests a key part of following Christ is necessarily left out of any form of universalism.

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Come Before Winter

Paul Axton preaches - By referencing one of the most famous sermons in America and referring to one of the most unremarkable passages in the New Testament, the proposition is posed that the universal is to be found in the specific, the ordinary reality of all of our lives. 

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