Michael Nazir-Ali

 

What is the Gospel?

by Andrew Sandlin and Dennis Doty and Joe Boot and Michael Nazir-Ali and Ryan Eras

December 7, 2015

If the Gospel is rightly described as Good News, we must ask what the news is about. The answer Jesus gives is that it is “the good news of the kingdom of God” (Luke 4:43; Acts 8:12). The good news of the Gospel is that Jesus Christ is King of kings and Lord of lords, and that He is building His kingdom of righteousness among us.

 

Biblical Anthropology Identifies Man’s Basic Need as Moral and Spiritual Rebirth

by Michael Nazir-Ali

December 2, 2015 | Acts 17:22-31

MOG2015 03: Created in God's image, man and woman are agents capable of changing the world as they undertake the task of fulfilling the cultural mandate.

 

How Angry Rebels are Brought into Loving Service to Their Lord

by Michael Nazir-Ali

December 2, 2015 | Isaiah 61:1-4

MOG2015 04: Denying his Creator, man is alienated from the very source of his existence and seeks to cope by turning to idolatry in the form of addictions, money and power. But because of God's radical love at the cross, people are attracted out of the world into participation in the transforming work of God.

 

Rediscovering the Glory and Beauty of the Gospel Q&A

by David Robinson and Joe Boot and Michael Nazir-Ali

December 2, 2015

MOG2015 05: Joe Boot, David Robinson and Michael Nazir-Ali answer questions regarding: the Mission of God; Christian Education; Radical Islam; Christian Transformation of Society; Male and Female Roles; Climate Change from a Christian Perspective.

 

How Tragic Injustice Freed the Human Race

by Michael Nazir-Ali

November 29, 2015 | Daniel 7:9-14; John 18:33-37

Universal dominion is given to the Son of Man who ushers the saints of the Most High into an everlasting kingdom.

 

How Tragic Injustice Freed the Human Race

by Michael Nazir-Ali

November 29, 2015 | Daniel 7:9-14; John 18:33-37

Universal dominion is given to the Son of Man who ushers the saints of the Most High into an everlasting kingdom.