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Yahweh’s War Against Death

Stories, frankly all human stories are practically always about one thing aren’t they? Death. The inevitability of death. . . .  “There is no such thing as a natural death. Nothing that happens to man is ever natural, since his presence calls the whole world into question. All men must die, but for every man his death is an accident and, even if he knows it and consents to it, an unjustifiable violation.” Well, you may agree with the words … Read More

Inescapable Blood

Matthew is organized around 5 discourses, which trace out the history of Jesus as a recapitulation of the history of God and Israel in the Old Testament. Jesus first speaks as a new Moses, instructing His disciples on a mountain about a righteousness that surpasses the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees. Then Jesus is a Moses or Joshua, sending out His apostles to announce the kingdom and carry out a gracious conquest of the lost sheep of the house … Read More

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    Biola University The Future of Protestantism
    Location: Biola University, La Mirada, CA, United States
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    Pentecost term classes
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    Leithart teaching at The Bucer Institute
    Location: Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church, 224 Auburn Ave, Monroe, LA
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    Leithart preaching at Auburn Ave Presbyterian Church
    Location: 224 Auburn Ave, Monroe, LA
  • June 1, 2014
    Leithart preaching at Auburn Ave Presbyterian Church, Monroe, LA
    Location: 224 Auburn Ave, Monroe, LA

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We envision a world full of churches that teach the Christian Scriptures as the Word of God in all their power and beauty; churches where the people of God sing Psalms, hymns, and songs in lively worship and eat and drink together each week around the Lord’s table; churches that live in obedience to the Lord Jesus and practice discipline together under the leadership of their pastors; churches whose members share in the mission of the Son and Spirit to bring about God’s kingdom of peace, justice, and love.

We equip our students for imaginative ministry and foster the development of their particular talents. We provide a context for our scholars and teachers to study the Scriptures, engage in theological research, instruct and mentor other ministers, teachers, and Christian laity, and pursue publication of their own work, all for the purposes of supporting the church’s work of teaching, worship, and cultural renewal.