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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.

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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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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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Gary Deddo: Is It Hard to Be Saved?

Gary Deddo

Gary Deddo: Is It Hard to Be Saved?

Why did Jesus say that it was difficult for people to be saved?

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Gary Deddo

Dr. Gary Deddo works for Grace Communion International and is president of Grace Communion Seminary. He earned his PhD at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland under Professor James Torrance. He is Founding President of the T. F. Torrance Theological Fellowship, and author of numerous articles and books, including Karl Barth’s Theology of Relations and George McDonald: The Devotional Guide to His Writing. Click here for articles by Gary Deddo.

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If you are interested in learning more about Trinitarian theology, check out Grace Communion Seminary. It's accredited, affordable, and 100 percent online.

For a transcript of seven interviews with Dr. Deddo, 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 in today’s complex world. Our guest today is Gary Deddo, Senior Editor at InterVarsity Press and Founding President of the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Society. Dr. Deddo is author of Karl Barth’s Theology of Relations.

[turning toward Dr. Deddo] Thanks for being with us today.

Gary Deddo: Good to be here.

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