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You Must Be Born Again

Adjunct Faculty, Peter R. Jones   |   November 24, 2015   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The foundational notion of being born again describes not just a life-changing past event, but the essence of our present life in Christ and the future of a glorious new creation.

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Malachi 3

God answers Israel's question, "Where is the God of justice?"

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Hebrews 2:5-9

Adjunct Faculty, Peter R. Jones   |   November 23, 2010   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Hebrews

The author of Hebrews emphasizes the radical transcendence of God speaking through His Son who shares all of the divine attributes.

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Psalm 8

God's name and character are written in creation while his essential being is ontologically transcendent.

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Romans 12:1-2

In the term "mystery," Paul refers to wisdom, which is implicit in the Old Testament and revealed through the Spirit's work in the apostles.

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1 Corinthians 15:1-11

Has the faith really once and for all been delivered to the saints?

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1 Corinthians 3:1-7

There is today a great temptation in the church to dispense the christological foundation laid by the Apostle Paul.

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1 Kings 18:17-19

The antithesis between the people of God and pagan culture is epitomized in the face-off between Elijah and Ahab.

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Mark 1:1-15

An analysis of the prologue to Mark's gospel.

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1 Thessalonians 4:1-8

Adjunct Faculty, Peter R. Jones   |   November 24, 2005   |   New Testament, 1 Thessalonians   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The sexual ethics of our culture is primarily a theological issue, for when God is replaced by a "New God" this makes nearly all things permissible.

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Cracking Da Vinci’s Code

Adjunct Faculty, Peter R. Jones   |   July 1, 2004   |  Type: Articles

Dan Brown's novel is neither a piece of harmless fiction nor a neutral, objective restatement of the "facts."