Missiological exegesis and reflection naturally leads to a missiological theology. Simply stated, missiological theology is a theology that connects Jesus’s story to the story of a culture. That is not a contextualization of theology. Rather, it is faithfully telling the real, historic stories of Jesus that naturally connect to the stories of the culture. We see this beautifully illustrated in the Gospel of John. In this chapter, we explore what this looked like and get to the question of what stories about Jesus might connect with your cultural context.
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In Revelation 15 & 16, John sees a great sight that might be described as the beginning of the end. The true worshipers of God declare that the nations will come and worship Him. In spite of the evil experienced through the tumultuous times, God continues to desire more and more people to experience Him. However, it is clear, that only those who do not bear the mark of the beast will have that pleasure. Join Dr. Cooper, Dr. Harris, and Dr. Feiser as they discuss God’s goodness, His warning, and His glory in this Ephesiology podcast.
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