The kingdom of God was the central teaching of our Lord Jesus Christ and at the heart of his earthly ministry. It was also central to his worldview and that of his first followers, the New Testament writers, and the early Church. It was also the very essence of New Testament Christianity.
But today, the kingdom is no longer the central teaching of the Church, at the heart of its ministry, included in its worldview, nor its very essence.
What has happened? What has changed?
Next to the Person of Christ, the kingdom of God is the most important and all-encompassing concept of Scripture. So much is contained within it. Yet the kingdom remains one of the most misunderstood, misconstrued, confused, abstracted, and contested realities in Christianity.
Introduction – Restoring the Kingdom-of-God Worldview to the Church and the World – Step #1 – When was the kingdom established?
Step #2 – How was the kingdom established?
With Marty Angelo
#3 – The present-day nature and status of the kingdom
The nature of
The nature of
Countering Preterist Cessation Theology – 1 Cor. 13 objection
Countering Preterist Cessation Theology – Objections #1-2
Countering Preterist Cessation Theology – Objections #3-8
Countering Preterist Cessation Theology – Objections #9-13
Response to criticisms
The Greater Works
The Greater Works through OT Scriptures
The Greater Works into NT Scriptures (Matt. 5-7)
The Greater Works (Matt. 28)
The Greater Works (Matt. 28 – Rev. 11 + Christ & Culture book)
The Greater Works (Rev. 11-22 and Summary)
Counterclaims (Boyd’s book, The Myth of a Christian Nation)
Sonship Part 1
Sonship Part 2
The Greater Works finish + GW Manifesto
CT article re: Jesus vs. Paul
GW Manifesto – Parts 1-4
GW Manifesto – Parts 5-7
Barna’s Six Megathemes, NYT art., Preterist’s spiritual kingdom
My responses to preterist cessationist emails
The many comings of Jesus in his kingdom