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Kingdom of God

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   May 15,2017   |   New Testament   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Office Hours talks to Dr. S.M. Baugh about his new book, "The Majesty on High: Introduction to the Kingdom of God in the New Testament." 

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Luke 17:1-10

Adjunct Faculty, James M. Renihan   |   November 8,2011   |   New Testament, Luke   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

An exploration of Jesus' teaching on the Kingdom of God in light of contemporary misunderstandings.

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The Kingdom of God and the Lord’s Anointed

When we read the Scriptures as Jesus taught his disciples to read the Scriptures, we cannot miss the centrality of the Kingdom of God and all that it entails.

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Jesus Frees His People

Resident Faculty, Derke P. Bergsma   |   July 26,2010   |   New Testament, Mark   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The Kingdom of God arrived in the person of Jesus freeing his people from the bondage of the powers of darkness.

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Christ, Kingdom, and Culture (Q&A)

Guests, Panel   |   January 16,2010   |  Type: WSC Conferences, Christ, Kingdom and Culture

A panel of WSC faculty answer questions related to the theme of Christ, Kingdom, and Culture.

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Kingdom Life

Resident Faculty, Dennis E. Johnson   |   December 2,2007   |  Type: Articles

God’s long-awaited redemptive reign, invading this sin-stained world to recapture it for its rightful king, had begun in the preaching, miracles, death, resurrection, ascension, and heavenly enthronement of Jesus the Messiah.


Thy Kingdom Come

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   February 12,2007   |  Type: Lecture Series

Dr. S. M. Baugh argues that in order to understand the Kingdom of God you must begin with the consummation.

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How to Discover Your Calling

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   May 1,1999   |  Type: Articles

In these promiscuous times, we often reduce a calling to a job and thereby find little satisfaction.

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