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The Sacrificial System And The Grace Of God Question And Answer

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Audio, Classes, Death, God, Jesus, John Harrigan, Mercy of God, Redemption, Restoration, The Cross, Video, Worldview | 0 comments

In this resource you hear various questions from the audience concerning session 3’s teaching and John Harrigan seeking to answer each of them.

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The Sacrificial System and the Grace of God Part 1

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Audio, Classes, Death, God, Jesus, John Harrigan, Mercy of God, Notes, Redemption, Restoration, The Cross, Video, Worldview | 0 comments

Even in the early church the grace of God was used as a license for licentiousness. Paul was accused of it (Rom. 3:8), and James warred against it (Jam. 2:14ff). The key to guarding against insulting the Spirit of grace (Heb. 10:29) is understanding the death of the Messiah in light of the sacrificial system. Grace is extended freely to those who have repented of all known sin. There is no sacrifice for intentional sin, Old Testament or New.

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The Sacrificial System and the Grace of God Part 2

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Audio, Classes, Death, God, Jesus, John Harrigan, Mercy of God, Notes, Redemption, Restoration, The Cross, Video, Worldview | 0 comments

Even in the early church the grace of God was used as a license for licentiousness. Paul was accused of it (Rom. 3:8), and James warred against it (Jam. 2:14ff). The key to guarding against insulting the Spirit of grace (Heb. 10:29) is understanding the death of the Messiah in light of the sacrificial system. Grace is extended freely to those who have repented of all known sin. There is no sacrifice for intentional sin, Old Testament or New.

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Defending The Biblical View Of Righteousness

Posted by on Apr 28, 2013 in Atonement, Audio, God, Jesus, John Harrigan, Notes, Sessions | 0 comments

When reconnecting the ideas of atonement and God’s righteousness back into the Biblical sacrificial system, the language and intent of Paul…

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Clarifying Sacrifice As The Righteousness Of God

Posted by on Apr 28, 2013 in Atonement, Audio, God, John Harrigan, Notes, Sessions, The Cross | 0 comments

In this session, God’s righteousness is shown to be the sacrifice that He provides for us, both in the sacrificial system and in the…

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Anchoring The Atonement In The Sacrificial System

Posted by on Apr 28, 2013 in Atonement, Audio, God, John Harrigan, Notes, Sessions | 0 comments

While we are surrounded by the language of atonement and sacrifice in the New Testament, sometimes we experience a mental disconnect with this language due to our separation from the actual offering of such sacrifices. Reconnecting with…

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Atonement & The Righteousness Of God

Posted by on Apr 28, 2013 in Atonement, Audio, God, John Harrigan, Notes, Seminars | 0 comments

The atonement with God through the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross is explained as God’s very own righteousness given to us. The ramifications of this are then discussed clarifying the nature of Biblical sacrifice and how this enlightens the discourse between Paul and his adversaries, especially the circumcision group.

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Biblical Righteousness

Posted by on Jul 28, 2012 in Audio, Death, Jesus, John Harrigan, Lifestyle, Messiah, Praxis, Repentance, Sessions, Suffering, The Cross, Worldview | 0 comments

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Biblical Hope

Posted by on Jul 28, 2012 in Audio, Eschatology, John Harrigan, Messiah, Redemption, Restoration, Resurrection, Sessions, Worldview | 0 comments

This session looks at messianic expectation within the framework of session 2 and addresses the common expectation for the messianic kingdom.

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Introduction To Biblical Theology

Posted by on Jul 26, 2012 in Audio, Creation, Day of the Lord, Death, Eschatology, Jesus, John Harrigan, Lifestyle, Messiah, Praxis, Redemption, Repentance, Restoration, Resurrection, Seminars, Suffering, The Cross, The Kingdom, Worldview | 0 comments

The Bible is a storyline and we must read it as such if we are to understand it rightly. In order to find ourselves in the story, we need to read it as history and prophecy. In the center of the history and prophecy the word Israel is mentioned 2,307 times. In this class we will explore why.

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