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A church in the city of Portland

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A church in the city of Portland

    A Biblical Conversation About Racial Justice

    A Biblical Conversation About Racial Justice

    Join us for a conversation about the Bible and racial justice, featuring Pastor Sharad Yadav and Tim Mackie Ph.D. Sharad is a first generation Indian American, and the lead Pastor of Bread & Wine church in Portland Oregon. Tim is a scholar, author, professor, and co-founder of The Bible Project.

    The Triune God Joins the Protest

    The Triune God Joins the Protest

    Christianity traditionally teaches that God is a single being who exists as three eternally distinct persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Christians today often neglect this teaching in one of two ways: either we are fascinated with it as a kind of strange math problem about how God could be both one and three, or we ignore shrug our shoulders and it plays no significant role in our understanding of our salvation or our day to day lives. But a proper understanding of what it means for us to say that God is Triune should lead us to recognize our God as a God of protest. The way that the Trinity matters is inseparable from the confession and commitment that Black Lives Matter.

    Faking the Resurrection: Faking Power and Wisdom Part 2

    Faking the Resurrection: Faking Power and Wisdom Part 2

    Preaching the cross was more than just talking about something that God did in the past - it is a way of talking about who God is and how He works at all times and places. It reveals God’s power to make things new and His wisdom to judge human beings. It is impossible to experience that power and see that wisdom apart from what God did in the cross.

    Faking the Resurrection: Faking Power and Wisdom

    Faking the Resurrection: Faking Power and Wisdom

    The word of the cross is the absolute center of Paul’s understanding of the Good News of Christ’s resurrection. That’s because, for him, Israel’s story of God’s promise to restore all things from the curse of sin in the world were fulfilled there. The cross was the key to understanding the new life promised in His resurrection.

    Faking the Resurrection: Faking Glory

    Faking the Resurrection: Faking Glory

    The implications of being associated with the risen Christ, the One Who overcame the power of death in His resurrection, were understood by the Corinthians to be glory. That arrogant assumption of privilege naturally led to factions and competition. Paul responds by saying that the glory of the resurrection is the cross, which is focused instead on unity and the reconciliation of all things.

    Faking the Rosurrection: Introduction Pt 2

    Faking the Rosurrection: Introduction Pt 2

    Paul begins this letter of correction to a power obsessed, culturally compromised Christian community (much like the one in America) not from a place of outrage or disappointment, but from a position of grace and gratitude.

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Great teaching

Love it. Excellent gospel centered teaching that focuses on seeing the city of Portland meet Jesus.

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