Freedom for obedience

evangelical ethics in contemporary times
  • 342 Pages
  • 3.67 MB
  • 6375 Downloads
  • English
by
Harper & Row , San Francisco
Christian ethics., Evangelica
StatementDonald G. Bloesch.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBJ1241 .B56 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 342 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2740052M
ISBN 100060608048
LC Control Number86042998

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This book covers the topic of Obedience. It starts by explaining how obedience is a path of love and true freedom.

It set us free so that we no longer have to chose between good and evil, but to only do good. Our acts that proceed from a will thus fixed in the good become perfect virtue.5/5(1). In Freedom for Obedience, Donald G.

Bloesch endeavors “to present a viable alternative to legalistic ethics on the one hand and situational and relativistic ethics on the other,” to “arouse the wider Christian community in general and the evangelical community in particular to explore anew the theological foundations for both personal holiness and social justice.” He notes that the “thesis of this book.

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The way of the cross cannot be reconciled. Stringfellow ends his book by emphasizing the meaning of the resurrection as the exercise of the freedom of God and sets forth the victory over death and bondage given in Christ.

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Obedience: Selected full-text books and articles Obedience to Authority: Current Perspectives on the Milgram Paradigm By Thomas Blass Lawrence Erlbaum Associates,   An ethics of the divine commandment, by uniting law and grace, the imperative and the indicative, shows how we can live the authentic Christian life in obedience to the highest, which is not a law but a person, not an ideal but the reality of the New Being, the power of crucified love, as we see this in Jesus Christ.” – (from Freedom for.

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The Freedom of Obedience 21 imposed rules, but, as the Apostle Paul understood, being “new creatures” (2 Corinthians ). Christians are to live from their heart center, from the transformation represented by the “Golden Rule,” the principle and sum-mary of the ethical demands of the Sermon.

1 Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. 2 “Honor your father and mother”—which is the first commandment with a promise— 3 “so that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth.” Revelation Chapter Parallel Compare.

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In the land of personal liberty, advice is despised or avoided altogether. In the land of obedience to the unenforceable, we recognize principles such as our need to seek out and weigh the advice of godly men and women, and the dangers of stubbornly going it alone.

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Personal autonomy has become the reigning virtue of our day. If it feels true to you, then it must be true for SCOTUS Justice Anthony Kennedy famously said, "At the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery.

Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered; And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him.

[Hebrews –9] The paradox: obedience the means to freedom. Does obedience limit our freedom. Christ says to each of us, “Follow thou me” (2 Nephi ). Galatians offers us a different, and far better vision of freedom.

Freedom is to be, in Christ, a son of the Most High God. Rather than being a freedom from, it is a freedom is the freedom to experience the love of God that enables us to cry to him “Abba, Father,“ the freedom of confidence, knowing that we are an heir to all of God’s promises, the freedom in the power of .quotes from Nik Ripken: 'Serving God is not a matter of location, but a matter of obedience.', 'Don’t ever give up in freedom what we would never have given up in persecution!

That is our witness to the power of the resurrection of Jesus Christ!', and 'Then he raised his voice in a prophet-like challenge that I knew would live with me forever: "Don't ever give up in freedom .Obedience brings the blessing of true freedom, the freedom from slavery to sin and freedom for intimacy and union with God in his service.

In Chapter 12 of John, Jesus gives a summary of his proclamation which ends in these lines of verses “If anyone hears my words and does not keep them, I am not the one to condemn him, for I did not.