Monthly Archives: January 2015

2015 Session: 4: How God Speaks

“Don’t receive the grace of God in vain.” In today’s class we continue with a discussion of Christ as a “sin offering.” This is a great mystery, but one that can be explored through scripture. An offshoot of the discussion took up the interesting transaction of “how God speaks.”

2 Corinthians 5:21; Romans 3:25; Romans 4:25; Romans 8:3; Galatians 3:13; Numbers 12:4-8; Jeremiah 2

Homework: Isaiah 54:5; 62:5; Ezekiel 16:8; Hosea 2:14-20; 3:1, Revelation 19

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2015 Session 3: Jesus in Purgatory?

“When someone offers sacrifice , God is drawn toward the sacrifice, not from it. If God would reject Jesus for taking on sin, how could possibly treat us differently?” In this session, Dr. Nunnally continues with the theme: “Jesus was the sacrifice for sin, he was not sin.” Expanding on the topic, we look more closely into teachings that misrepresent and complicate the message of the cross and meaning of crucifixion.   

Jeremiah 1:19; Psalm 22:   ;  2 Corinthians 5:21; Galatians 3:13; Isaiah 53:12; Leviticus;  Ephesians 4:10; Luke 18; Luke 18; The Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements by Stanley Burgess and Gary McGee ; 1 Corinthians 11:1; Jeremiah 2

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2015 Session 2: Jesus Made Imperfect?

In today’s session, Dr. Nunnally presses last week’s discussion of “God being with us,” to the unintentional implication of “Christ’s being made imperfect” by taking on our sin. Some of the questions were left pending, but at the heart of our exploration was the idea that when the Heavenly Father saw His Son on the cross, having taken on the sins of the world, “He turned away because He could not countenance sin.” Christ the perfect sacrifice — an imperfect sacrifice? How does that work?

Jeremiah 1:19; Psalms 22:1; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Isaiah 53:10; Leviticus 4 & 5; Luke 22:15; Romans 3:25; Romans 8:3; Galatians 3:13; John 6

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2015 Session 1: Evangelical Tweak

In today’s session, we continue our conversation: “God with us.” Dr. Nunnally takes up a couple of assumptions in Evangelical theology.  “Did the Heavenly Father turn His back on the cross because He could not countenance the sin?” As He hung on the cross, when Christ uttered the words: “Father, why have you forsaken me,” do we understand His meaning? For many Evangelical believers, the two questions appear to be at odds with what we know understand about the Heavenly Father. How shall we unpack these questions?

John 14; 1 Thessalonians 5:24; Matthew 27:46; Psalm 22:1; Genesis 9; 2 Corinthians 5;  Isaiah 53: 10 – 20; John 19:30

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