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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

Modern Western Christian theology has developed in tandem with the Western worldview, which incorrectly divides existence into two distinct realms - "natural" and "supernatural". Because of this unbiblical dichotomy, two streams of thought have developed regarding salvation and sovereignty - that God is "saving souls for an ethereal heaven" (float on a cloud and play a harp), and/or God is attempting to regain dominion over the world through the church (transforming society and taking dominion).

In these notes for session 3 of the Biblical Theology Seminar, John Harrigan...

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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

A worldview is the way we look at the world, how we interpret the events that happen within the world, and what our function in the world is. Modern Western Christians have a worldview that is significantly different from the worldview described in the Bible and understood by the biblical authors.

In this session, John Harrigan walks through Genesis 1 and describes the worldview of the Bible, comparing and contrasting it to the modern Western worldview based on Greek philosophy.

Because one's worldview affects the way scripture is interpreted, this session is highly...

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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

A worldview is the way we look at the world, how we interpret the events that happen within the world, and what our function in the world is. Modern Western Christians have a worldview that is significantly different from the worldview described in the Bible and understood by the biblical authors.

In these notes, John Harrigan walks through Genesis 1 and describes the worldview of the Bible, comparing and contrasting it to the modern Western worldview based on Greek philosophy.

Because one's worldview affects the way scripture is interpreted, this session is highly...

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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

In this teaching for Session 1 of the Biblical Theology Seminar, John Harrigan outlines the three-fold nature of truth - truth of heart, truth of mind, and truth of lifestyle.

The judgment of the Day of the LORD is first an evaluation of the heart based on the standard of the cross of Christ. In this light, we must guard against hypocrisy and a lifestyle like the Pharisees.

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By John Harrigan Posted on December 23, 2011

In these notes for Session 1 of the Biblical Theology Seminar, John Harrigan outlines the three-fold nature of truth - truth of heart, truth of mind, and truth of lifestyle.

The judgment of the Day of the LORD is first an evaluation of the heart based on the standard of the cross of Christ. In this light, we must guard against hypocrisy and a lifestyle like the Pharisees.

John's notes give numerous scriptures to support his points.

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