Making God in Our Own Image
In this video, Greg introduces the idea of how we make God into our own image instead of allowing God to define himself through the revelation of Jesus. In an interview performed by Travis Reed from theworkofthepeople.com, we have a basic, quick introduction to a core element of Greg’s theology. This is a great piece to share with others. If you like this video, you can view more like them by clicking here. They have a free 30-day trial and there are some great videos to view.
Greg begins to unpack the Christus Victor view of the atonement by comparing it to the Chronicles of Narnia.
This weekend as you contemplate the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus, we pray that God will reveal his unfathomable love for you in new ways. Blessings to all of you from all of us at ReKnew. Photo credit: Claudio via Visualhunt / CC BY
The traditional view of God that is embraced by most—what is called “classical theology”—works from the assumption that God’s essential divine nature is atemporal, immutable, and impassible. The Church Fathers fought to articulate and defend the absolute distinction between the Creator and creation and they did this—in a variety of ways—by defining God’s eternal nature…
Greg examines the harsher parables. Episode 524 http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0524.mp3
Greg recorded his thoughts a few days ago on Typhoon Haiyan and the reality of “natural” evil that’s not really natural at all. “This an enemy has done.” (Matthew 13:28)
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