Why Does Jude Say Jesus Killed Disobedient Israelites? (podcast)
Greg defends Jesus’s non-violence against Jude 1:5, which suggests that Jesus killed disobedient Israelites.
In the second volume of Crucifixion of the Warrior God, I introduce how four dimensions of the revelation of God on the cross (as introduced in this post) lead to four principles that show us how to unlock aspects of the OT’s violent divine portraits and thus disclose how a given portrait bears witness to…
Greg offers looks at forgiveness in a realm of natural consequences. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0298.mp3
If you want to hear Greg sweat, listen to him work through this really really good question. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0200.mp3 Photo by Rex Boggs
Whereas most Christians place the revelation of God in Christ alongside of other portraits of God and end up with an amalgamated image of God, we at ReKnew encourage believers to base their understanding of God completely on Christ, and especially on Christ crucified. And we encourage disciples to work to reinterpret through the lens…
Greg talks about infallibility and inerrancy. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0281.mp3
Even though I argued for interpreting the final form of the biblical canon as opposed to using the history behind the text in my post yesterday, I am not endorsing the radical post-modern view that biblical texts possess “semantic autonomy” and thus lack any historical referentiality. While I have no problem whatsoever accepting that God used folklore and myth…