But when the fullness of the time came, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman Gal 4:4 Christ becoming man signals the climax of history. From the proto-Gospel of the Garden, promising that “the seed of the woman would crush the serpents head” (Gen 3:15), to the birth of Christ in Bethlehem as its eventual fulfilment, God declares that his purposes for time and history are … [Read more...]
This teaching stream explores how God Speaks.
God is relational and rational and therefore speaks to us. First, God's self-disclosure has already occured for every person through direct apprehension, through our own humanness in the world external to us and the one within. Second, he speaks more fully through his Word, incarnate in Jesus Christ and inscripturate in the Bible, in rational propositional form. Third, he speaks through various charismata (spiritual gifts) such as prophecy, though not with the canonical authority of Scripture.
Read: God Speaks
God communicates with us in four ways:
- The Creation & Conscience (his Cosmos)
- The Bible (his Word)
- The Incarnation (his Son)
- The Charismata (his Spirit)