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Cultivating the Peaceable Kingdom

Paul Axton preaches: The spiritual gifts may be misunderstood as miraculous magic apart from a grounding in true spirituality. An examination of I Corinthians 12.

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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.

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Paul Axton and Jason Rodenbeck differentiate postliberalism and liberalism.

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Paul Axton begins a new series answering basic theological questions, beginning with original sin.

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In this sermon, Paul Axton sorts out the biblical picture from the various traditions and reactions that arose around the Lord's Supper.

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Hayden Hagerman and Paul Axton discuss how Postliberalism intercedes into modern thought- as a disruption on the order of idolatry undone and absorbed by the strange new world of the Bible.

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Paul Axton preaches: The reversal of sin is through the death of Christ because sin is an orientation to death which his death addresses.

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Paul Axton and Hayden Hagerman discuss how postliberalism goes beyond the liberal/fundamentalist controversy as well as beyond postmodernism and such thinkers as Quine and Davidson.

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Paul Axton preaches: Male/female relations are a correlate of the Trinitarian relationship between the Father and the Son. Our success in gendered relationship is interwoven with our understanding of who God is.

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In this lecture, Paul Axton poses the possibility that nothingness, absence, negation, - is itself demonic. The recognition that the idol is nothing is not to disarm the demonic but to recognize the strength the idol exercises.

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