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Cultivating the Peaceable Kingdom

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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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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Matt, John and Paul continue their discussion of David Bentley Hart's recent book That All Shall Be Saved.

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Sermon - God’s will is being enacted in creation, in history, in all of our lives culminating in universal worship: “Every knee shall bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord” (Philippians 2:10-11).

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Matt, John, and Paul discuss Hart's dogmatic universalism as set forth in his most recent work.

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Paul Axton preaches: Freedom does not mean that we are constrained by nothing so that true freedom arises in a vacuum. We are to be slaves of truth, slaves of righteousness, slaves of happiness. This is true freedom. Christ frees us from the slavery to death to slavery to righteousness and this accords with absolute freedom.

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Paul Axton interviews Douglas Campbell, a professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School who is known for studies of Paul's writings that command the respect of scholars worldwide, discussing the details of his work on Romans and his larger understanding of theology.

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Paul Axton preaches: The basic negative emotions – shame, jealousy, envy – can be understood as arising with mimetic rivalry – desiring what the other desires; desiring life and wholeness and feeling its absence. With the faith of Abraham made complete and available in Christ, imitating his faith saves from blind sacrificial violence.

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