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Jewish Expectations of the Age to Come Part 1

Posted by on May 29, 2013 in Audio, Classes, Eschatology, John Harrigan, Notes, Restoration, The Kingdom, Video, Worldview | 0 comments

What are the Jewish expectations of the Kingdom of God? Did Jesus change those expectations at his first coming? This session works through some of the issues and examines the Israel-centered administration of eternal life in the age to come.

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Jewish Expectations of the Age to Come Part 2

Posted by on May 29, 2013 in Audio, Classes, Eschatology, John Harrigan, Notes, Restoration, The Kingdom, Video, Worldview | 0 comments

What are the Jewish expectations of the Kingdom of God? Did Jesus change those expectations at his first coming? This session works through some of the issues and examines the Israel-centered administration of eternal life in the age to come.

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Jewish Expectations of the Age to Come Question and Answer

Posted by on May 29, 2013 in Audio, Classes, Eschatology, John Harrigan, Restoration, The Kingdom, Video, Worldview | 0 comments

In this resource you hear various questions from the audience concerning session 2’s teaching and John Harrigan seeking to answer each of them.

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The Israelocentric Missiology Of The Church Part 2

Posted by on Apr 22, 2010 in Audio, Church, Classes, Day of the Lord, Discipleship, Eschatology, Evangelism, Israel, Jesus, John Harrigan, Lifestyle, Mission, Notes, Praxis, Worldview, Worship | 0 comments

The gospel of the kingdom is inherently “Israelocentric”. Therefore, the ministry of the church in this age is also Israelocentric, “to the Jew first, then the Gentile”. One’s missiological approach is mirrored by…

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The Israelocentric Missiology Of The Church Part 1

Posted by on Apr 22, 2010 in Audio, Church, Classes, Day of the Lord, Discipleship, Eschatology, Evangelism, Israel, Jesus, John Harrigan, Lifestyle, Mission, Notes, Praxis, Worldview, Worship | 0 comments

The gospel of the kingdom is inherently “Israelocentric”. Therefore, the ministry of the church in this age is also Israelocentric, “to the Jew first, then the Gentile”. One’s missiological approach is mirrored by…

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