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In the Image of God

The Word Without Walls Podcast

Release Date: 05/13/2020

Bible Study--1 John 4:5-11 show art Bible Study--1 John 4:5-11

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Who does "they" refer to in verse five?  What is the source of love?  What are the proper definitions of key words from this passage?

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Bible Study--1 John 3:22--4:4 show art Bible Study--1 John 3:22--4:4

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What is God's will for us?  How do we test the spirits to see what is from God?  Why is that so important in our culture today?  How is Biblical Christianity different from every other religion?

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Bible Study--1 John 3:10-21 show art Bible Study--1 John 3:10-21

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John continues to go back and forth between the two natures of people.  He's not talking about "us versus them," but the two natures--the sinful Adam and regenerated soul--that is in each person.  How does that change the way we treat other people? Why does the world hate us, as it says in verse 13?  What happens when our hearts condemn us, as mentioned in verse 20?

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Bible Study--1 John 2:28--3:9 show art Bible Study--1 John 2:28--3:9

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Consider the wonder of being "children of God".  What does it mean that whomever has been generated of God cannot sin (verse 9)?  This passage continues to consider the relationship between the corrupt human nature and the regenerated soul.

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Bible Study--1 John 2:15-27 show art Bible Study--1 John 2:15-27

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What is the difference between what God gives and the things of human invention?  What is lust and what is the problem with it?  What about the mention of the antichrist, and what is the solution?  How do we know all things?  What is the anointing that is referenced in verse 27?  Do we have it?

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Bible Study--1 John 2:3-14 show art Bible Study--1 John 2:3-14

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The word "know" features in the third verse--how is this word correctly defined in the Bible?  How do we know love?  How are we able to identify wickedness and evil?  How does this passage apply to the culture in which we live today?

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Bible Study--1 John 1:8--2:2 show art Bible Study--1 John 1:8--2:2

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When does God forgive our sins?  What should be the starting point for our witness to the world around us?  How does verse two tie back to the Old Testament and the Ark of the Covenant?

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Bible Study--1 John 1:1-7 show art Bible Study--1 John 1:1-7

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From the very first verse, there is a lot of content packed in--let's go through it together.  What proof is offered for believing in Jesus?  What do words like "connectedness" and "joy" mean in this passage?  What are the themes in 1 John? I mention the 13 aspects of the Gospel.  You can hear more about that and read related material by checking out .

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Bible Study--Matthew 28 show art Bible Study--Matthew 28

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Jesus rises from the dead!  What are we to make of the reaction of the women, the soldiers, the religious authorities?  What parts of the resurrection account does Matthew skip, and why?  How is the Great Commission often mistranslated?

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Bible Study--Matthew 27:45-66 show art Bible Study--Matthew 27:45-66

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Jesus dies and is buried.  What are we to make of the physical reactions to Jesus' death--the temple curtain tearing, the earth quaking, people rising from the dead?

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What is the nature of God?  How can we see the image of God reflected in how He made people, male and female?  In this episode, we consider relationships between men and women, and how it is intended to reflect the nature of God.  We also define what love is in this three-dimensional world view, which is completely the opposite of how we see it defined around us. 

Throughout the episode, I refer to the Green V worldview. Here is the visual representation of it.

 

Green V worldview