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Origin, Purpose, and Destiny Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Origin, Purpose and Destiny Dr. Kenneth Boa Reflections Ministries
  • 2. Overview
  • 3. OverviewThe Question of Meaning
  • 4. OverviewThe Question of MeaningThe Question of Truth
  • 5. OverviewThe Question of MeaningThe Question of TruthThree Cultural Trends
  • 6. OverviewThe Question of MeaningThe Question of TruthThree Cultural TrendsThree Worldviews
  • 7. OverviewThe Question of MeaningThe Question of TruthThree Cultural TrendsThree WorldviewsImplications of the Christian Worldview
  • 8. Origin, Purpose, and Destiny The Question of Meaning
  • 9. Origin, Purpose, and Destiny The Question of Truth
  • 10. Three Cultural Trends
  • 11. Three Cultural Trends
  • 12. Three Cultural TrendsSecularization
  • 13. Three Cultural TrendsSecularizationPrivatization
  • 14. Three Cultural TrendsSecularizationPrivatizationPluralization
  • 15. Three Worldviews
  • 16. Three Worldviews
  • 17. Three WorldviewsNaturalism
  • 18. Three WorldviewsNaturalismMonism
  • 19. Three WorldviewsNaturalismMonismTheism
  • 20. Three Theistic Alternatives and Missions
  • 21. Three Theistic Alternatives and Missions National Territorial Relational
  • 22. Three Theistic Alternatives and Missions National Territorial Relational
  • 23. Three Theistic Alternatives and Missions National Territorial Relational
  • 24. Naturalism
  • 25. NaturalismView of God (Ultimate Reality)
  • 26. NaturalismView of God (Ultimate Reality) God does not exist (atheism)
  • 27. Naturalism View of God (Ultimate Reality) God does not exist (atheism)We cannot know if God exists (agnosticism)
  • 28. Naturalism View of God (Ultimate Reality) God does not exist (atheism) We cannot know if God exists (agnosticism)The idea of God is a human creation (e.g., Freud)
  • 29. Naturalism
  • 30. NaturalismView of Nature
  • 31. NaturalismView of Nature Essence:
  • 32. Naturalism View of Nature Essence:Eternal, uncreated matter
  • 33. Naturalism View of Nature Essence:Eternal, uncreated matter Behavior:
  • 34. Naturalism View of Nature Essence: Eternal, uncreated matter Behavior:All events governed by innate, physical laws
  • 35. Naturalism
  • 36. NaturalismView of Human Condition
  • 37. NaturalismView of Human Condition Essence:Totally material/physical
  • 38. Naturalism View of Human Condition Essence: Totally material/physical Behavior:Self-directed, ethics self-determined
  • 39. Naturalism View of Human Condition Essence: Totally material/physical Behavior:Self-directed, ethics self-determined Destiny: Life ends at death
  • 40. Monism
  • 41. MonismView of God (Ultimate Reality)
  • 42. MonismView of God (Ultimate Reality) Essence: Impersonal force or spirit
  • 43. Monism View of God (Ultimate Reality) Essence: Impersonal force or spirit Attributes:Beyond morality & human categories
  • 44. Monism View of God (Ultimate Reality) Essence: Impersonal force or spirit Attributes:Beyond morality & human categories Actions: Moves all things toward unity
  • 45. Monism
  • 46. MonismView of Nature
  • 47. Monism View of Nature Essence:Physical realm either an illusion or a manifestation of divinity
  • 48. Monism View of Nature Essence: Physical realm either an illusion or a manifestation of divinity Behavior:Laws of nature limited to physical reality; not a reflection of true reality
  • 49. Monism
  • 50. MonismView of Human Condition
  • 51. Monism View of Human ConditionEssence: Spiritual/psychic; uncreated; part of divine oneness
  • 52. Monism View of Human ConditionEssence: Spiritual/psychic; uncreated; part of divine onenessBehavior: Human ethics unnecessary; goal is self-realization & unity with all things
  • 53. Monism View of Human ConditionEssence: Spiritual/psychic; uncreated; part of divine onenessBehavior: Human ethics unnecessary; goal is self-realization & unity with all things Destiny: Eternal existence; successive incarnations until enlightenment
  • 54. Theism
  • 55. TheismView of God (Ultimate Reality)
  • 56. Theism View of God (Ultimate Reality)Essence: Personal; uncreated; eternal
  • 57. Theism View of God (Ultimate Reality) Essence: Personal; uncreated; eternalAttributes: Benevolent; holy; just, intelligent, self-aware
  • 58. Theism View of God (Ultimate Reality) Essence: Personal; uncreated; eternal Attributes: Benevolent; holy; just, intelligent, self-awareActions: Creator and sustainer of physical realm; source and standard of truth
  • 59. Theism
  • 60. TheismView of Nature
  • 61. Theism View of NatureEssence: Physical realm created by God out of nothing
  • 62. Theism View of NatureEssence: Physical realm created by God out of nothing Behavior: Physical realm sustained & ordered by God; reflects certain aspects ofGod’s character; humanity given mandate to care for created world
  • 63. Theism
  • 64. TheismView of Human Condition
  • 65. Theism View of Human ConditionEssence: Composite of spiritual & material; created by God and for God
  • 66. Theism View of Human ConditionEssence: Composite of spiritual & material; created by God and for GodBehavior: Ethics determined by God; our lives are judged by God
  • 67. Theism View of Human ConditionEssence: Composite of spiritual & material; created by God and for GodBehavior: Ethics determined by God; our lives are judged by GodDestiny: Eternal life with God or eternal separation from God
  • 68. The Splendor of God’s Creation
  • 69. Features of the World
  • 70. Features of the WorldThe universe had a beginning
  • 71. Features of the WorldThe universe had a beginningThe fine-tuning of the universe
  • 72. Features of the WorldThe universe had a beginningThe fine-tuning of the universeSpecified complexity in livingsystems
  • 73. Features of the WorldThe universe had a beginningThe fine-tuning of the universeSpecified complexity in livingsystemsHuman consciousness
  • 74. Features of the WorldThe universe had a beginningThe fine-tuning of the universeSpecified complexity in livingsystemsHuman consciousnessMoral values
  • 75. Features of the WorldThe universe had a beginningThe fine-tuning of the universeSpecified complexity in livingsystemsHuman consciousnessMoral valuesHuman dignity, value, andpurpose
  • 76. THREE WORLDVIEWS THEISM (Personal) MONISM (Spiritual) NATURALISM (Material)
  • 77. THREE WORLDVIEWS THEISM (Personal) MONISM (Spiritual) NATURALISM (Material)
  • 78. THREE WORLDVIEWS THEISM (Personal) MONISM (Spiritual) NATURALISM (Material)
  • 79. THREE WORLDVIEWS THEISM (Personal) MONISM (Spiritual) NATURALISM (Material)
  • 80. ORIGIN THEISM Personal Creator MONISM Impersonal Agency (Energy) NATURALISM ImpersonalPlus Time and Chance
  • 81. ORIGIN THEISM Personal Creator MONISM Impersonal Agency (Energy) NATURALISM ImpersonalPlus Time and Chance
  • 82. ORIGIN THEISM Personal Creator MONISM Impersonal Agency (Energy) NATURALISM ImpersonalPlus Time and Chance
  • 83. ORIGIN THEISM Personal Creator MONISM Impersonal Agency (Energy) NATURALISM ImpersonalPlus Time and Chance
  • 84. PURPOSE THEISM Relationships (Other-Centered) MONISMSelf-Actualization NATURALISMSurvival, Autonomy
  • 85. PURPOSE THEISM Relationships (Other-Centered) MONISMSelf-Actualization NATURALISMSurvival, Autonomy
  • 86. PURPOSE THEISM Relationships (Other-Centered) MONISMSelf-Actualization NATURALISMSurvival, Autonomy
  • 87. PURPOSE THEISM Relationships (Other-Centered) MONISMSelf-Actualization NATURALISMSurvival, Autonomy
  • 88. DESTINY THEISMUnbounded Relational Life MONISM Absorption (Spiritual Annihilation) NATURALISM Physical Annihilation
  • 89. DESTINY THEISMUnbounded Relational Life MONISM Absorption (Spiritual Annihilation) NATURALISM Physical Annihilation
  • 90. DESTINY THEISMUnbounded Relational Life MONISM Absorption (Spiritual Annihilation) NATURALISM Physical Annihilation
  • 91. DESTINY THEISMUnbounded Relational Life MONISM Absorption (Spiritual Annihilation) NATURALISM Physical Annihilation
  • 92. THREE WORLDVIEWS
  • 93. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 94. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 95. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 96. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 97. Systems of Thought
  • 98. Systems of ThoughtLogical-Open(Greece & Rome)
  • 99. Systems of ThoughtLogical-Open(Greece & Rome)Mystical-Open(Byzantine &Medieval)
  • 100. Systems of ThoughtLogical-Open(Greece & Rome)Mystical-Open(Byzantine &Medieval)Logical-Closed(Enlightenment)
  • 101. Systems of ThoughtLogical-Open(Greece & Rome)Mystical-Open(Byzantine &Medieval)Logical-Closed(Enlightenment)Mystical-Closed(Postmodern)
  • 102. False-Truth Claims
  • 103. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 104. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 105. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 106. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 107. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 108. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 109. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 110. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 111. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 112. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 113. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 114. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE There are no absolutes! Are you absolutely sure there are no absolutes? Are you absolutely sure Everything is relative! that everything is relative?Right and wrong are just a Is that just your ownmatter of one’s perspective! perspective?Truth is only based on one’s Is that your objective subjective feelings! feeling on truth?There is no truth, only the Is that your true interpretation of truth! interpretation of truth?
  • 115. False-Truth Claims
  • 116. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 117. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 118. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 119. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 120. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 121. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 122. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 123. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE How about the worldview All worldviews are true! that says ‘No worldviews are true’?God is indescribable, beyond Isn’t that description of the reach of our puny God in plain language and language and logic! logic? All differences are Is that an illusionary illusionary! statement?
  • 124. False-Truth Claims
  • 125. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 126. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 127. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 128. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 129. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 130. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 131. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 132. False-Truth Claims THE CLAIM RESPONSE All things are in flux- Is that statement in flux, nothing the same from too? moment to moment! You can never know what Isn’t that statementhappened in the past! (there historical once you haveis no such thing as objective stated it? history) That may be true for you, Is that statement true for but it’s not true for me! me, but not for you?
  • 133. THREE WORLDVIEWS
  • 134. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 135. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 136. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 137. THREE WORLDVIEWSWORLDVIEW ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDED THEISM PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONAL (Personal) CREATOR (Other-Centered) LIFE MONISM IMPERSONA SELF- ABSORPTION L ACTUALIZATIO (Spiritual (Spiritual) Annihilation) AGENCY N (Energy) IMPERSONANATURALIS L SURVIVAL, PHYSICAL M PLUS TIME ANNIHILATION AUTONOMY (Material) PLUS CHANCE
  • 138. The Implications of the Christian Worldview
  • 139. A PERSONAL ULTIMATE
  • 140. A PERSONAL ULTIMATE ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDEDPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS CREATOR (Other-Centered) RELATIONAL LIFE
  • 141. A PERSONAL ULTIMATE ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDEDPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS CREATOR (Other-Centered) RELATIONAL LIFE
  • 142. A PERSONAL ULTIMATE ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDEDPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS CREATOR (Other-Centered) RELATIONAL LIFE
  • 143. A PERSONAL ULTIMATE ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDEDPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS CREATOR (Other-Centered) RELATIONAL LIFE
  • 144. A PERSONAL ULTIMATE ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDEDPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS CREATOR (Other-Centered) RELATIONAL LIFE
  • 145. A PERSONAL ULTIMATE ORIGIN PURPOSE DESTINY UNBOUNDEDPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS CREATOR (Other-Centered) RELATIONAL LIFE
  • 146. A PERSUASIVE LIFE
  • 147. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 148. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 149. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 150. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 151. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 152. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 153. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 154. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 155. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 156. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 157. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 158. A PERSUASIVE LIFELOGOS MIND ORTHODOXY KNOWINGPATHOS HEART ORTHOPATHY BEING ORTHOPRAXETHOS CHARACTER DOING Y
  • 159. AN EMPOWERED LIFE
  • 160. AN EMPOWERED LIFEPERSPECTIVE RENEWED MIND RELIANCE ON THE POWER SPIRIT PRACTICE RADICAL OBEDIENCE
  • 161. AN EMPOWERED LIFEPERSPECTIVE RENEWED MIND RELIANCE ON THE POWER SPIRIT PRACTICE RADICAL OBEDIENCE
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  • 165. AN EMPOWERED LIFEPERSPECTIVE RENEWED MIND RELIANCE ON THE POWER SPIRIT PRACTICE RADICAL OBEDIENCE
  • 166. The End
  • 167. Reflections Ministries Resources
  • 168. Reflections Ministries Resources Reflections - A free monthly teaching letter
  • 169. Reflections Ministries Resources Reflections - A free monthly teaching letterReflectionsMinistries.org website - Daily Growth email and free text and audio resources
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