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The Shack Revisited by Dr. C. Baxter Kruger

“Dr. Baxter Kruger’s “revisits” Wm. Paul Young classic best seller “The Shack” in his new book “The Shack Revisited!” There is a revival happening – a hunger in the heart of the church to return to the Gospel of the triune God of grace.  Paul Young’s imaginary story was a huge best-seller because it tapped […]

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Jesus Is My Life

I use to preach Jesus as Savior. While I think that is true, it turns out it is not enough. That makes Christianity little more than fire insurance, and it totally discounts the life of Jesus, because it teaches that Jesus simply came to die. Next I started preaching that Jesus was Lord. That made his […]

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An excerpt from The Shack Revisited, C. Baxter Kruger, 2012

The Trinitarian Vision Summary ©C. Baxter Kruger, Ph.D. 2012 From all eternity, God is not alone and solitary, but lives as Father, Son and Spirit in a rich and glorious and abounding fellowship of utter oneness. There is no emptiness in this circle, no depression or fear or insecurity.  The trinitarian life is a great […]

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It’s Not About You

The cross is not a method for our personal and private “salvation.” The cross is not the pattern or template for Christian discipleship. While it is completely accurate to affirm Jesus as Savior and Lord…Jesus is MUCH MORE.  Jesus is our SOURCE and RESOURCE.  Jesus is our LIFE. So, that changes everything about how we […]

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Interview w/Paul Molnar: The Giver and the Gift

Introduction: Welcome to this unique interview series  devoted to practical implications of Trinitarian Theology. Our guest today is  Dr. Paul Molnar. Mike Feazell: Paul Molnar is a Catholic Theologian and Professor of Systematic Theology at St. John’s University in New York. He is author of Thomas F. Torrance: Theologian of the Trinity, Incarnation and Resurrection, […]

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The Faith of Christ, by C. Baxter Kruger

The following article was brought to my attention by Steve McVey on his blog site.   It addresses well an issue in biblical interpretation which, when understood, takes all the responsibility for salvation (including that for faith) off of YOU and ME, and places it on the only one who could actually make it happen, namely […]

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Knowing God As Trinity

Know God as Trinity “means that God is not some remote, unknowable Deity, a prisoner in his aloofness or shut up in his solitariness, but on the contrary, the God who will not be without us whom he has created for fellowship with himself, the God who is free to go outside of himself, to […]

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Shocking Love by Baxter Kruger

Shocking Love By C. Baxter Kruger Sometimes the simplest thoughts cascade into revolutions. What if it was not the wrath of God that Jesus suffered on the cross, but the wrath of the human race? What if it was our bitterness and scorn and judgment and hostility—not the Father’s or the Holy Spirit’s—that  was poured […]

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Baxter Kruger on The New Covenant

The new covenant is the new relationship established in Jesus’ own experience between the blessed Trinity and broken, sinful humanity. In Jesus the Father, Son and Spirit have reached us in our traumatic darkness, and established a real relationship with us at our very worst. Our contribution was to crucify the Father’s Son. Dying in […]

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Your God Isn’t Angry With You

In a recent post (What Happened At The Cross? –  http://nieporte.name/?p=1017) I stated my conviction that the “penal substitution” view of atonement was not generated from within the scripture, but imposed upon it from the outside.  I also stated, from my viewpoint as a Trinitarian, that such a view gave God something of a multiple-personality […]

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