On this week's podcast we return to Joe Boot's book, Gospel Culture: Living in God's Kingdom. This chapter details some of the ways that godless man seeks to dominate his environment and his neighbour, and closes with the assurance that the God of peace will soon crush Satan under our feet.
Samuel Sey of slowtowrite.com joins us to talk about writing from a biblical perspective on the politically-charged subject of racism – a sphere dominated by ungodly thinking.
Paul is the model for the Ephesians and Tychicus is the messenger to them, but Grace alone is the medium through which they and all others live in Christ.
As Ephesians comes to a close, Paul brings us as Christians to the realization that in all of these things that he's spoken about we are in a spiritual battle.
As Ephesians comes to a close, Paul brings us as Christians to the realization that in all of these things that he’s spoken about we are in a spiritual battle.
In a truly scriptural theology of mission, the church as God's kingdom people must not only be concerned with personal salvation, or institutional church affairs, but with the reign of Christ over all things. God's people re-present the exalted Christ to the entire creation order.
In a Spirit-filled family, children obey their parents in the Lord and fathers do not provoke their children to anger but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.
Spirit-filled people are thankful always and for everything. Such people submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.
Paul's command to be filled with the Spirit means to continually abide with and to walk under the influence of the Spirit's power and authority.