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Cultivating the Peaceable Kingdom

Matt, Jon, and Paul discuss the interaction of Christ with culture by using Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man, displaced by Christ, as an example of how Christ filters out evil and lifts up the good. 

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Paul Axton Preaches - For Paul, Christ is Jesus – the reality of the one is inseparable from the other. It is not that Jesus is one phase of the making of the Christ. The truth of God, the truth of the world is found in the incarnation.

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Dylan and Kylie, two of our Forging Ploughshares community, are starting a special home here in Moberly. Dylan describes their journey and the nature of their vision.

 

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Paul Axton preaches - Certainly, salvation is the overcoming of sin but the fullness of redemption is the completion of creation’s purpose. Paul has moved our understanding of God’s plan beyond the earth and the human race to its cosmic impact as part of the outworking of the love (the very essence) of God. The whole point of who God is and what God is doing in creation is summed up in the incarnate Christ (1:10). 

 

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In the conclusion to a discussion on modern experiential reality Jon, Matt, and Paul, describe the peculiar role of Eastern Orthodoxy in contrast to Protestantism and Roman Catholic thought impacted by nominalism and the rise of the peculiarities of the secular in the West.

 

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Ephesians describes a different experiential reality. To get at this understanding we need to redo the deep grammar from which our experience flows. This will include a reworking of the category of eternity and our relationship to that category.

 

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In this introduction to describing this place we have come to in modernity Jon, Matt, and Paul discuss the role of nominalism in Protestantism and Roman Catholic thought and the rise of the secular in modernity.

 

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The heart of the New Testament is a theology of new creation through resurrection: God affirms the goodness of the created order, and affirms he is makeing itanew, starting with the physical body of Jesus Himself.

 

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In this lecture Paul Axton describes the formation of desire from a biblical and Lacanian perspective and links this to idolatrous religion and human angst, both of which are defeated in putting on the image of Christ. This piece is part of the larger picture of religion being put together in the upcoming class for which you can register here at the bottom of the page - https://pbi.forgingploughshares.org/lm/offerings

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In this conversation Jason and Paul touch upon the issues of religious sacrifice, nationalism, orientalism, and the primary role that violence and peace play in the confrontation between the kingdom of Christ and the principalities and powers. The upcoming course World Culture and Religion will take up these issues in depth.

 

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