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Asking Questions Podcast

Ask Scot (Part 2) – KR 103 Want to ask Scot a question for the next podcast? Record your question here >> www.seminary.edu/askscot/ In this episode Scot fields questions submitted by Kingdom Roots listeners. Christ’s presence in the Eucharist, pastor/scholar interaction, moral failings by church leaders, and original sin are the type of topics addressed in […]



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Asking Questions Podcast


Questions From Kingdom Roots Listeners

  Want to ask me a question for the next podcast?  Record your question here >> http://www.seminary.edu/askscot/ In this episode I field questions submitted by Kingdom Roots listeners.  Recommended resources, Christian and Jewish relationships, and further insights on the New Perspective are the type of topics addressed in this episode. Suggest Resource: The Kingdom of God […]



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Questions From Kingdom Roots Listeners


Everything You Need To Know About The New Perspective in 30 Minutes

Everything You Need to Know About the New Perspective in 30 Minutes(Rebroadcast) – KR 101 Want to ask Scot a question for the next podcast? Record your question here >> www.patheos.com/blogs/jesuscreed/…r-your-questions/ Have you ever wondered how the new perspective came to be and the implications it has for the Church? In this episode, Dr. Scot McKnight tackles […]



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Everything You Need To Know About The New Perspective in 30 Minutes


Evangelicalism: A Mish-Mash?

Brief, but deadly accurate: It can be a tough pill to swallow. If we want to be brutally honest, however, we need to acknowledge that religion is about something besides religion. New survey data confirm our hunch that a religious identity isn’t necessarily about religion itself, but about something more complicated. In my recent book about evangelical higher […]



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Evangelicalism: A Mish-Mash?


Daily Prayer for June 21

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Father! You have given them to me, and I want them to be with me where I am, so that they may see my glory, the glory you gave me; for you loved me before the world was made. John 17:24, TEV

Lord our God, we thank you that you have revealed your glory in your Son Jesus Christ. We thank you that today we can still see and feel the glorious grace which streams out from Jesus Christ in his victory over the world, the powerful help which benefits all those who find faith. Grant that a further glory may be revealed, faith dwelling in the hearts of all people, faith that can conquer all the need and suffering on earth, faith that is the power to look to you, to become inwardly quiet in you, and to hope in you at all times. Then your help will come quickly, more quickly than we can imagine. It will come on us unawares, for the Savior has said, “See, I shall come quickly.” We want to hope and believe and trust till the end. Amen.


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What Women Want (Leslie Leyland Fields)

What Christian Women Want, By Leslie Leyland Fields, editor of the recently released The Wonder Years. How did Beth Moore stay silent for so long? Humility, perhaps? Grace? By now, many have read the popular Bible teacher’s “Letter to my brothers,” posted on her Living Proof Ministries Blog on May 4. Sadly, her account of […]



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What Women Want (Leslie Leyland Fields)


BOOKS OF THE BIBLE – PSALMS – PART 4 OF 4

March 23, 2018

Psalms 23
1 The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. 3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.



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BOOKS OF THE BIBLE – PSALMS – PART 4 OF 4