Mary—Ark of the New Covenant?

Protestants might be missing out on some interesting parallels related to Mary

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Mary - Ark of the New Covenant?

Have you heard this term before? If you are not Catholic, then you may not have. I am a Protestant and the term is not one I have heard in Church before. I do not know if Catholics are typically aware of this or not but Protestants seem to avoid it.

Is social justice biblical justice?

Two different perspectives on the nature of biblical justice and the social justice movement

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zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/98355936800?pwd=UWt6b0pTZ3R4U212cUJ0OFdLUUlYUT09

Social justice entails a philosophical theory that asserts dimensions to justice that impact politics, economics, civil and criminal law, and even theology. What does the Bible have to say about the precepts of the social justice movement.

Please join us for a great discussion by clicking the register button below. The event is free and a zoom link will be sent to registered attendees on the day of the event. We have 2 separate views to consider.

Matthew Jackson is 34 years old, he is a native of Fort Worth Texas, he currently resides in Hot Springs Arkansas and is working on two Masters degrees at Liberty University and Trinity College of the Bible & Theological Seminary while also working with At-Risk Youth. You can find his content on youtube at the Urban Christian Institute.

Mike Moses is the Associate Pastor of Discipleship and Administration at Harvest Bible Church in Westland, MI. He has an MDiv. & ThM from Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary. He lives in Michigan with his wife,two young sons with a 3rd on the way. Mike will be taking the position that social justice, as commonly practiced in our culture is not biblical. You can check out some examples of his published work on topics like intersectionality and transgenderism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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How 1 plus 1 plus 1 is not a real objection to the triune nature of God

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  "Been there, tried that. '1+1+1 does not equal one.'" 

I have heard this math operation as a proof that the Trinity can't exist before. It is a very popularized Muslim objection to the Trinity. I never quite understood it and I am not sure why we should assume the operation for such a question would be addition. Why not multiplication? 1 x 1 x 1 = 1 after all. 

Voila! Problem solved.

 

"Been there, tried that. '1+1+1 does not equal one.'" 

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