There have been many posts about Steve Jobs’ recent death. Ed Stetzer writes about how Steve’s slow decline from public view pushes us to live in light of eternity. Justin Taylor writes about it at The Gospel Coalition yesterday, and he writes about the Gospel According to Steve Jobs today. And I particularly loved the blog Mike Anderson wrote for The Resurgence.
Posted in Life Lessons
Tagged Christ, Christianity, death, Ed Stetzer, Eternity, God, Jesus, Scriptures, Steve Jobs, The Bible, The Cross, The Gospel, The Resurgence
A while back, I wrote about Gospel Contextualization as part of the Live Sent series. Today I came across a post on Ed Stetzer’s blog that I thought might be helpful in explaining another aspect of what contextualization means in relation to the gospel.
Ed Stetzer’s primary role is Vice President of Research and Ministry Development for LifeWay Christian Resources. He is Visiting Professor of Research and Missiology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Visiting Research Professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has taught at fifteen other colleges and seminaries. He also serves on the Church Services Team at the International Mission Board.
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Tagged Christ, Christianity, Church, Contextualize The Gospel, Crucifixion, death, Divine Plan, Ed Stetzer, Following Jesus, God, God’s Will, Gospel, Gospel Contextualization, Jesus, Religion, sin, Sinners, Sovereignty, The Bible, The Cross
Definitely the most interesting invocation I’ve heard. And according to Christian Post