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Lighten Up: Arming Jesus

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Greg originally posted some thoughts on Islam here. In this video, he discusses some responses he received, and further thoughts on a Kingdom posture toward Muslims.

Lighten Up: When God Drags Us

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Lighten Up: Oldie But Goodie

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Lighten Up: Shoot Christians Say

Why do some of Jesus’ parables depict God in violent ways?

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Did Yahweh Crush His Son?

Though Isaiah was probably referring to the nation of Israel as Yahweh’s “suffering servant” when these words were penned, the NT authors as well as other early church fathers interpreted this servant to be a prophetic reference to Christ. Speaking proleptically, Isaiah declares that this suffering servant was “punished” and “stricken by God” (Isa 53:4,…