Christ the Consummation of Wisdom by Bryan D. Estelle
The world is sin-cursed. Young men and women are diagnosed with cancer; small children are sexually abused; politicians accept bribes; married couples remain infertile; soldiers are killed by “friendly” fire; people are killed in car accidents for which they are not responsible; tyrants bring about pogroms and massacre; hurricanes cause destruction to lives and property; and reputations are destroyed when malevolent people falsely accuse and lie.... Who has not been touched in some way by suffering and injustice in this sin-cursed world?
Jesus Christ as the servent-leader.Listen
God, in his providence, designed all the events of the first century Church so that various crises came up in churches when apostles couldn't get there soon enough, or in person. So they wrote letters.Listen
David calls out to the Lord God to be true to his own promises.Listen
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