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Cherith Fee Nordling: What Will the Resurrected Body Be Like?

Cherith Fee Nordling

Cherith Fee Nordling: What Will the Resurrected Body Be Like?

Dr. Nordling talks with Mike Feazell about the nature of the resurrected body and the significance of Jesus becoming fully human.

(29.1 minutes)
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Cherith Fee Nordling

Cherith Fee Nordling earned her PhD from the University of St Andrews in Scotland. She has written Knowing and Naming the Triune God: Elizabeth Johnson and Karl Barth in Conversation and she is one of the authors of Pocket Dictionary of Theological Terms. She is now Associate Professor of Theology at Northern Seminary. For all four interviews in one PDF file, click here.

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Grace Communion International presents You're Included --
the good news of Jesus Christ. Our host is Dr. J. Michael Feazell.

JMF: You’ve done work on the need to see Jesus not only in the past as fully God and fully human, but even now as fully God and fully human.

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Paul Louis Metzger: The Church Should Include All Peoples

Paul Louis Metzger

Paul Louis Metzger: The Church Should Include All Peoples

Dr. Metzger talks with Mike Feazell about the need for the church to include all peoples.

(29.4 minutes)
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Paul Louis Metzger

Dr. Paul Louis Metzger is Professor of Christian Theology and Theology of Culture at Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon. For a PDF of all four interviews, click here. He is author of Consuming Jesus: Beyond Race and Class Divisions in a Consumer Church,
The Word of Christ and the Word of Culture: Sacred and Secular Through the Theology of Karl Barth,
and
Connecting Christ: How to Discuss Jesus in a World of Diverse Paths.

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J. Michael Feazell: Thanks for joining us on another edition of You’re Included , the unique interview series devoted to practical implications of Trinitarian theology in today’s complex world. Our guest today is Dr. Paul Louis Metzger, professor of Christian theology and theology of culture at Multnomah Biblical Seminary at Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon.

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Andrew Root: Real Relationships in Youth Ministry

Dr. Andrew Root

Andrew Root: Real Relationships in Youth Ministry

Dr. Root talks with Mike Feazell about the importance of building relationships in youth ministry.

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Andrew Root

Dr. Andrew Root, Assistant Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota, received his doctorate from Princeton Theological Seminary. He is author of Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry: From a Strategy of Influence to a Theology of Incarnation. For a PDF file of all four interviews, click here.

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J. Michael Feazell: Thanks for joining us on another edition of You’re Included, the unique interview series devoted to practical implications of Trinitarian Theology in today’s complex world. Visiting today is Dr. Andrew Root, Assistant Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. Dr. Root is author of Revisiting Relational Youth Ministry: From a Strategy of Influence to a Theology of Incarnation and Relationships Unfiltered.

Thanks for joining us again.

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Gordon Fee: The Book of Revelation

Gordon Fee

Gordon Fee: The Book of Revelation

Dr. Fee talks with Mike Feazell about the book of Revelation and basic principles of understanding Scripture.

(32.3 minutes)
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Gordon D. Fee

Dr. Gordon Fee is emeritus professor of New Testament at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. For a PDF of all three interviews, click here. Among his many publications are
     How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth (co-authored with Douglas Stuart; now in its fourth edition)
     How to Choose a Translation for All Its Worth (co-authored with Mark Strauss)

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JMF: Thank you for joining us on You’re Included. Christians the world over look to the Bible as their guide to faith and practice. Yet from the inception of the church, there has been much disagreement over how to interpret what the Scriptures say. Our guest today has done much work in helping Christians with basic principles of rightly understanding the Bible.

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C. Baxter Kruger: Theology of Paul Young's Book The Shack

C. Baxter Kruger

C. Baxter Kruger: Theology of Paul Young's Book The Shack

Dr. Kruger uses William Young's book The Shack to discuss the triune God's love for all humanity.

(27.7 minutes)
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C. Baxter Kruger

Dr. C. Baxter Kruger is the founder and the president of Perichoresis, Inc. and of Mediator Lures. He obtained his doctorate working with James Torrance in Aberdeen, Scotland. He is author of
     The Great Dance: The Christian Vision Revisited
     Jesus and the Undoing of Adam
     God Is For Us
     Across All Worlds: Jesus Inside Our Darkness
     The Shack Revisited

For a PDF of our all interviews with Dr. Kruger, click here.

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In Dr. Kruger's first interview, he and Mike Feazell discuss Jesus' role as the center of all things, and God's plan for our adoption before the foundation of the world.

In his second interview, they discuss how Jesus has united himself with us, that the starting place of the gospel is that we are already included, and it is our choice whether to acknowledge and live in that relationship.

We also have three interviews with William Paul Young, author of The Shack.

For a PDF of all the edited transcripts of our interviews with Dr. Kruger, click here.

JMF: Welcome to You’re Included. We’re talking with C. Baxter Kruger, founder and director of Perichoresis.org. Dr. Kruger is the author of The Great Dance – the Christian Vision Revisited, and Across All Worlds – Jesus Inside Our Darkness. His books and audio lectures are available at TheGreatDance.org. More than a year after this interview, The Shack Revisited: There Is More Going on Here Than You Ever Dared to Dream was published in October 2012.

Baxter, thanks for being with us.

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Elmer Colyer: Seeing God’s Presence in Everyday Life

Dr. Elmer Colyer

Elmer Colyer: Seeing God’s Presence in Everyday Life

Dr. Elmer Colyer talks with Mike Feazell about the practical theology of Thomas F. Torrance.

(26.3 minutes)
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Elmer Colyer

Dr. Elmer Colyer is professor of historical theology at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, and pastor of a Methodist congregation. He is editor of The Promise of Trinitarian Theology: Theologians in Dialogue with T. F. Torrance and Evangelical Theology in Transition: Theologians in Dialogue with Donald Bloesch. He is author of How to Read T.F. Torrance: Understanding His Trinitarian and Scientific Theology and The Nature of Doctrine in T. F. Torrance’s Theology.

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Our first interview with Dr. Colyer: Dr. Colyer talks about the weaknesses of the concordance method of theology, that the Bible is not an end in itself, and Trinitarian theology.

Our second interview with him: Dr. Colyer talks about the theology of Thomas Torrance, the vicarious humanity of Christ, and "the logic of grace."

And our third: Dr. Colyer discusses predestination and Trinitarian theology. Some people assume that God is the best of our own ideals; others accept him the way he has revealed himself in Christ.

JMF: Thanks for joining us on another edition of You’re Included, the unique interview series devoted to practical implications of a Christ-centered Trinitarian theology in today’s complex world. Our guest today is Elmer Colyer, professor of historical theology at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, and an ordained United Methodist pastor and elder. Dr. Colyer edited The Promise of Trinitarian Theology: Theologians in Dialogue with T.F. Torrance, and he is author of How to Read T.F.

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Elmer Colyer: Predestination and God's Power Over Evil

Dr. Elmer Colyer

Elmer Colyer: Predestination and God's Power Over Evil

Dr. Colyer discusses predestination and Trinitarian theology. Some people assume that God is the best of our own ideals, others accept him the way he has revealed himself in Christ.

(29.2 minutes)
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Elmer Colyer

Dr. Elmer Colyer is professor of historical theology at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, and pastor of a Methodist congregation. He is editor of The Promise of Trinitarian Theology: Theologians in Dialogue with T. F. Torrance and Evangelical Theology in Transition: Theologians in Dialogue with Donald Bloesch. He is author of How to Read T.F. Torrance: Understanding His Trinitarian and Scientific Theology and The Nature of Doctrine in T. F. Torrance’s Theology.

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In the first interview, Dr. Colyer talks about the weaknesses of the concordance method of theology, that the Bible is not an end in itself, and about Trinitarian theology.

In the second interview, Dr. Colyer talks about the theology of Thomas Torrance, the vicarious humanity of Christ, and "the logic of grace."

In the fourth interview, Dr. Colyer talks with Mike Feazell about the practical theology of Thomas F. Torrance.

JMF: Thanks for joining us on another edition of You’re Included – the unique interview series devoted to practical implications of Trinitarian theology. Our guest today is Elmer Colyer, Professor of Historical Theology at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary and an ordained United Methodist pastor and elder. Dr. Colyer edited The Promise of Trinitarian Theology: Theologians in Dialogue with T. F. Torrance, and he is author of How to Read T.F.

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Chris Kettler: The Importance of Jesus' Humanity

Chris Kettler

Chris Kettler: The Importance of Jesus' Humanity

Dr. Kettler talks with Mike Feazell about how theology affects the average person, the importance of Jesus' humanity, and how we share in the faith of Christ.

(27.7 minutes)
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Chris Kettler

Dr. Christian Kettler is professor of religion at Friends University in Kansas. He received his PhD in 1986 from Fuller Theological Seminary, working with the late Dr. Ray Anderson. He is the author of: 
The God Who Believes: Faith, Doubt, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ,
Incarnational Ministry: The Presence of Christ in Church, Society, and Family: Essays in Honor of Ray S. Anderson
The Vicarious Humanity of Christ and the Reality of Salvation
The God Who Rejoices: Joy, Despair, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ

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For a transcript of all four interviews with Dr. Kettler, click here.

JMF: Thanks for joining us on another edition of You’re Included – the unique interview series devoted to practical implications of Trinitarian theology. Our guest today is Chris Kettler, professor of Religion and director of the Master of Arts and Christian Ministry program at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Kettler is author of The God Who Believes: Faith, Doubt, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ. Thanks for joining us today.

CK: Thank you.

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Chris Kettler: The Ministry of Ray Anderson

Chris Kettler

Chris Kettler: The Ministry of Ray Anderson

Dr. Kettler returns to talk with Mike Feazell about the ministry and theology of the late Ray Anderson.

(26.1 minutes)
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Chris Kettler

Dr. Christian Kettler is professor of religion at Friends University in Kansas. He received his PhD in 1986 from Fuller Theological Seminary, working with the late Dr. Ray Anderson. He is the author of: 
The God Who Believes: Faith, Doubt, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ,
Incarnational Ministry: The Presence of Christ in Church, Society, and Family: Essays in Honor of Ray S. Anderson
The Vicarious Humanity of Christ and the Reality of Salvation
The God Who Rejoices: Joy, Despair, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ

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For a transcript of all four interviews with Dr. Kettler, click here.

This program has been dedicated to the memory of Dr. Ray S. Anderson, 83 years old, who died on June 21, 2009.

To view You're Included interviews with Dr. Anderson, click here.

This program is offered in tribute to the life and work of Dr. Ray S. Anderson (1925-2009), former professor at Fuller Theological Seminary. To read, watch or listen to interviews with Dr. Anderson, click here.

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Chris Kettler: The Actuality of Salvation

Chris Kettler

Chris Kettler: The Actuality of Salvation

Dr. Kettler observes that people like to talk about the potential of salvation, but the Bible refers to the actuality of salvation. He also discusses the importance of relationships in life and evangelism.

(31.4 minutes)
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Chris Kettler

Dr. Christian Kettler is professor of religion at Friends University in Kansas. He received his PhD in 1986 from Fuller Theological Seminary, working with the late Dr. Ray Anderson. He is the author of: 
The God Who Believes: Faith, Doubt, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ,
Incarnational Ministry: The Presence of Christ in Church, Society, and Family: Essays in Honor of Ray S. Anderson
The Vicarious Humanity of Christ and the Reality of Salvation
The God Who Rejoices: Joy, Despair, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ

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For a transcript of all four interviews with Dr. Kettler, click here.

J. Michael Feazell: Thanks for joining us on another edition of You’re Included, the unique interview series devoted to practical implications of Trinitarian Theology. Our guest today is Chris Kettler, Professor of Theology and director of the Master of Arts in Christian Ministry Program at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Kettler is author of The Vicarious Humanity of Christ and the Reality of Salvation. Thanks for joining us today.

Chris Kettler: Thank you.

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