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Knud Jorgensen: Equipping for Service

Knud Jorgensen: Equipping for Service

Knud Jørgensen, Equipping for Service: Christian Leadership in Church and Society (Oxford: Regnum Books International, 2012; Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock, 2013), 150+xiv pages, ISBN 9781908355065. The Reverend Dr. Jørgensen’s Equipping for Service is a substantially revised version of two of his earlier teaching modules: his manual, Equipping for Service (1995) and his Norwegian book […]

Knowledge with Zeal: Biblical Examples of Using God-Anointed Intellect in His Service

Knowledge with Zeal: Biblical Examples of Using God-Anointed Intellect in His Service

  Introduction In Matthew 22:37 Jesus commanded all believers to love God with all of their heart, strength, and mind, and to love their neighbor as themselves, stating that the Law and the Prophets were predicated on these two commandments. Loving God will all of one’s mind can mean seeking to develop one’s intellectual capacities.1 […]

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