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Spring 2015: Other Significant Articles

N.T. Wright, “The Kingdom and the Power: What the Resurrection Means, Then and Now” (April 10, 2015).

Monte Lee Rice selected this quote: “1 Corinthians 15 is a spectacular chapter, but one of the most remarkable verses in it is the last (verse 58), where Paul says, ‘therefore get on with your work in the present, because in the Lord your labour is not in vain.’ That is at the heart of the meaning of the resurrection: Because God is already making his new creation, all that you do in Christ and by the Spirit is part of that new world. Resurrection is thus not merely about a glorious future. It is about a meaningful present.”  

Are Muslims or Christians Right About God?

A listen-on-demand special from Moody Radio. From the Moody Radio page: “What is God really like? Is He a single, indivisible being as Muslims teach? Or is Christian theology correct, that God is a Trinity of three persons in one – Father, Son and Holy Spirit? And, who is Jesus: is He a prophet of God, or is He God in human form? In this special two‐hour Moody Radio production, a Muslim scholar [Shabir Ally] and a Muslim convert to Christianity [Nabeel Qureshi, author of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus] debate this relevant and timely topic before a live audience at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Moderating the event is Julie Roys, host of Moody Radio’s Up For Debate.” – Suggested by Marc S.

Full book now available: Julie C. Ma and Wonsuk Ma, Mission in the Spirit: Towards a Pentecostal/Charismatic Missiology (Regnum, 2010).

For more about the Mas, see their author pages: Julie C. Ma and Wonsuk Ma.

Ben Witherington, “Living Sacrifices: A Meditation on Romans 12” The Bible and Culture Blog (April 21, 2015).

“In the most narcissistic culture in all of human history, namely our own, self-sacrifice is even spun to be referring to self-fulfillment, self-actualization. Be like Christ has morphed into be who you already are.”

Amy Julia Becker​, “Why this Evangelical is Grateful for the Mainline Church: Giving thanks for God’s work throughout the church universal“​ Christianity Today (April 22, 2015).

William De Arteaga writes: “This is a wonderful article filled with love and charity towards those denominations we dislike or distrust (myself included).”  

R.T. Kendall, “Prophetic Responsibility” (April 21, 2015).

John Lathrop writes: “Interesting read by RT Kendall on the gift of prophecy.”  

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About the Author: The editors are Raul Mock, Mike Dies, Joe Joslin, and Jim Dettmann with significant input from other writers including John Lathrop, Amos Yong, Tony Richie, and Kevin Williams.

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