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  • Re: NIV Study Bible?

    I would like to see the Life in the Spirit study bible.
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Thu, Dec 23 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Going back to the original question that was posed in this forum I started a new thread around the topic of what the Logos community thinks concerning being allowed to post our own book reviews for each other to be able to read, sort of like what CBD and Amazon does for the books that they sell. This would be a great way for others to share their insights
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Mon, Dec 20 2010
  • Writing Reviews of books in Logos

    How would other Logos users feel about writing reviews about books that they have read that are contained in Logos? When I go to purchase a book from Christian Book Distributors they have reviews available that were written by people that have read the book. I would love to be able to read peer reviews about a book before I purchase it. Any thoughts
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    I would recommend reading two books by Dr. Jack Deere, a former cessationist and professor from Dallas Seminary: Surprised by the voice of God and Surprised by the Spirit of God. http://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/easy_find?Ntt=Jack+Deere+&N=0&Ntk=keywords&action=Search&Ne=0&event=ESRCN&nav_search=1&cms=1&search= He addresses these issues
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Todd, I see your point. I like to read broadly and to understand other viewpoints all across the theological perspective (liberal to conservative) but this work clearly delves into heresy without any warning of what is coming. Again, I must state that I thought that I was purchasing an Orthodox study of Pentecostal theology. If I knew that it was not
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Does anyone out there believe that Logos should be responsible for at least not making any books available with such clear heretical teaching such as this one? I thought that I was purchasing a sound, biblical, study of dogmatic theology from a pentecostal perspective. I was very happy when I purchased this set during the 12 days of Christmas special
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Hopefully these excerpts give you some insight into my question. I have been a lifetime student of the bible and theology. Perhaps his teaching comes the closest to what the Mormons believe about God. Any other thoughts? Explanations?
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    If Christ only became man with his birth of Mary, and was not God-Man since all eternity, what was He before this event? If He were then just God, in what respect did He differ from God the Father, and if He was only spirit, in what respect did He then differ from the Holy Spirit? If He was only Word (Logos) and not the Son of God, what was He, besides
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    The fact that he was since all eternity also Man, i.e. having creature form , should be seen as basis for his incarnation and why He could completely identify with man as creature. After all, man was created in the image of the Son of God, which constitutes a direct link between humanity and Christ. Moller, F. P. (1998). Vol. 2: The wonderful Christ
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    The Bible not only says that everything came into existence through the Word (Son of God), but that everything was created unto Him and that He maintains it all (Joh 1:3; Col 1:16, 17). This relationship between God and creation through Christ being also man, exists from the beginning of creation. Therefore, Christ becoming man could not have taken
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    Christ has always been the only way, truth and life through which we can go to God (John 14:6). There was never a time when He was not. And if He had always been the way, the truth, and the life, it follows that He always also had to be the God-man, and not only during the last days of human history. Moller, F. P. (1998). Vol. 2: The wonderful Christ
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    he is teaching that it was from his eternal generation that he was a glorified man.
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Thu, Dec 16 2010
  • Re: Theological Question

    it is in volume two, chapter two.
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Thu, Dec 16 2010
  • Theological Question

    I recently purchased the words of light and life dogmatic theology collection. The author is teaching something about christ existing as a man before his incarnation as the son of man. Can anyone please clarify this for me?
    Posted to General by Jesse Blevins on Thu, Dec 16 2010
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