Dr. Brown Answers Your Questions!

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Can someone be true to Jesus the Messiah and completely ignore Paul? When Jesus said that we would suffer, did He mean as victims as hurricanes or tornadoes? Did God literally turn away from His Son when He hung on the cross?

 

Hour 1:

 

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We do well to focus on the finished work of Jesus on the cross, that paid for our sins and delivered us from guilt and condemnation. We do well to recognize the power of His resurrection and the fact that all authority of Heaven and Earth have been given to Him, therefore we go and make disciples!

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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We talked the beginning of this week about the meaning of life and why we are here. How about this from CT Studd, “Only one life will soon be past. Only what’s done for Christ will last.”

 

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2 Comments
  1. In the first few years of my conversion to faith in Jesus, I saw Paul as somehow oppositional to Jesus’ own establishments, silly me. It takes a complete reading of Acts to realize the selection of Paul by Jesus, His instruction of calling to Paul, and Paul’s great love and obedience to Jesus’ Commission, though he was not present with the Apostles when they received that charge. Like them, he was named by the Master for appointed cause.

  2. hi Jabez,
    how’s the Council preps going?
    By the Timothy epistles, Paul seems to have softened his stand somewhat compared to Galatians; and where does Ephesians fit in?
    It seems that John may have written both his gospel and Revelation on Patmos; Peter’s short ‘elder’ letters add some to the NT, but not a lot.
    Other than that, some sketchy portraits (e.g. Philip) and ‘unofficial’ history.
    So Paul gets a lot of shaping early Church history because of his writings. How much did the Jerusalem Church agree as compared to leaving him to the Gentile missionary work? Still debated; still not generally reconciled.
    In Him, Ron M.

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