1. We assert, we herald, the truth about God becoming King of the world in and through Jesus of Nazareth alone. It is our public announcement.
  2. Logos theology is a theology of presence without division. It is a way of unification, of which the incarnation is the greatest visible example.
  3. Just like we end up walking in circles when lost with no navigation instruments, so does humankind outside of Christ. Nothing has changed since the Reformation. People still suck and God still loves.
  4. What is essential and non-essential in an age of crisis? Ringside meets the Craft of Preaching with Dr. Peter Nafzger in a discussion about preaching to specific people in a specific location. Half of the Seminary may be from Nebraska, but what does your hyper-local world need to hear? Maybe the preacher’s task is to start a crisis.
  5. What postmoderns see in modernism is a misuse of power through the control of dominant narratives.
  6. Press further on the historicity of the Bible, and we start to get fidgety.
  7. Postmodernism is a popular buzzword and one the most impactful philosophies in the world around us. However, postmodernism is frustrating and often hard to understand.
  8. When we are unsure of who God is, it’s to Christ that He tells us to look.
  9. "Are you Republican or Democrat?” “Liberal or conservative?” “Yankees or Red Sox?” “Star Wars or Star Trek?”
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