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1987 - Church and Society

h2 Face to Face with the message of Matthew /h2 The Gospel's narrative tells how the Messiah, Jesus, rejected by Israel, teaches, dies and rises and finally sends the disciples to preach his Gospel to the whole world to the very end of the age. b Dr Peter Bolt /b , Head of Moore College's Department of New Testament and Greek is coordinating 2014's School of Theology. "Across the centuries, Matthew's Gospel has been a special favourite of God's people, with its own special appeal and plenty of 'purple passages'. It brings us face to face with our Lord and Saviour, his teaching, his ministry, and it closes with the famous 'Great Commission' as he sends his followers out to make disciples of all nations" Dr Bolt said. Dr Bolt continued, "We stand as part of those nations into which the Gospel of Matthew shines as a light into the darkness." The School aims to help us to understand the message of Matthew and how it can be taught to those in the 21st century. h3 Conference Program /h3 ul li Matthew Jensen - Taking over the Heritage: Israel, Jesus, and his Church /li li Bill Salier - The Field is the World /li li Jeff Read - Preaching Matthew for a Year /li li Jane Tooher - Warming to Matthew's Women /li li Keith Birchley - St Matthew's Passion in Musical and Theological Perspective /li li Paul Williamson - Matthew's Use of the Old Testament /li li Michael Stead - Expect the Unexpected. Matthew's use of Zechariah /li li Ben Cooper - That Cursed Messiah /li li Peter Bolt - Sensible Story-Telling /li /ul

2008- Deliver us from evil

2005 - Searching for the Word of God - Wrestling w

2002 - The Universal Lordship of Christ in a Plura

1 Corinthians is often regarded as Paul's makeshift response to random problems in the Corinthian church. This conference presented a more coherent reading of the letter by taking full account of its Old Testament and Jewish roots, along with paying careful attention to the Corinthian historical context. The result is a more compelling and theologically rich interpretation and a clearer apprehension of its relevance to the church today. As well as supplying concrete answers to many problems which have comparable manifestations today, on subjects as diverse as leadership, preaching, pluralism, sexuality and worship, 1 Corinthians models how to approach the complexity of Christian living with the resources of the Old Testament and the example and teaching of Jesus. Above all, it shows the importance of asking, how does the gospel of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ teach us to live?

1974

2004 - Searching for the Word of God - wrestling w

2007 - Freed to serve- a theological introduction

1988 - In defense of preaching - toward a theology

2003 - History and the Gospel

1988 - Expository Preaching- Some Practical Consid

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