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How New is the New Covenant?
How New is the New Covenant? - Kindle
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The New Covenant is radically different than the old, and those
differences are often not well understood. Some would have us believe
that Jesus came just to make some minor adjustments in understanding of
the Old Covenant, and that the New Covenant is just a renewal of the Old
Covenant with Israel. Others think that any ethics that Jesus taught
prior to Pentecost do not apply to believers today. This books examines
the implications of "Jesus is Lord" on the foundation of the New
Covenant. This book examines the  implications of "Jesus is Lord" upon
the church, Second Temple Judaism, Rome/Caesar, the Scriptures, Paul and
Torah, and so-called Jewish Restorationism that is widespread in the
church today. This is written at an intermediate reading level. It is
not high scholastic, but neither is it a light devotional read. Jesus is
Lord had profound and radical implications on the culture, society,
theology and politics of the day in which Christ and the apostles lived.
If we do not understand how radical it was in their day, it is unlikely
we will understand its radical implications on us today.
The New Testament Prophet: Understanding the Mind, Temperament, and Calling
The New Testament Prophet: Understanding the Mind, Temperament, and Calling
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The New Testament Prophet
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Authority, Accountability, and the Apostolic Movement, Kindle
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This book examines different authority teachings and practices in the body of Christ, particularly those common in the New Apostolic Reformation Movement. "Leadership" teachings regarding government, ruling, honor, authority, loyalty, sonship, submission, "covering," etc. are frequently heard in the days in which we live.  This book examines these themes for biblical accuracy from a new covenant and Christ-centered perspective. It provides illumination and solutions for healthy relationships in a new covenant community of grace.
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Father-Son Ministry, Kindle
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Accurate thought expressed inaccurately has consequences. That which is intended for good ends up causing harm.  The concept of spiritual fathers and sons fits the above categorization. It’s a legitimate biblical concept and it has associated benefits and risks. The problem is not in the belief per se. It’s in the expression. The father-son ministry paradigm has very specific, biblically designed-for-life, boundaries of expression that are routinely violated by the well meaning misinformed, the unhealed insecure, and propagandists with a personal agenda.  This booklet examines thirteen areas in which the father-son ministry paradigm is being implemented poorly, exceeding legitimate biblical boundaries, or careening into falsehood and abuse as well as some unique elements of the relationship between apostles and prophets that intersect the father-son ministry issue.
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Healing: Hope or Hype? - Kindle
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The idea that our bodies can be physically healed through the exercise of spiritual gifts is controversial within the church. Some believe that God “doesn’t do miracles any more,” as the so-called sign-gifts are believed to have ceased in the apostolic era. Others, particularly the televangelists, manipulate people through shameful practices rooted in the love of money and fame. Hype abounds. In this book, Dr. Stephen Crosby presents a biblical, Christ-centered, reasonable, and redemptive alternative to either extreme. Understanding the Scripture’s Semitic (non-Western) worldview of community, disease, sickness, and health, is key to the effective appropriation of physical healing.  Dr. Crosby’s incisive and candid analysis cuts through the popular culture hype, and presents a compassionate God who is, and will always be, our Healer.
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New Creation Prayer, Kindle
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This booklet addresses the topic of prayer, intercession, prophetic intercession, spiritual warfare, etc., from a finished-work, grace-based and new covenant perspective. The implications of the change in covenants, and having a resurrected God-man on the throne of the universe must influence our beliefs and practices regarding intercession, or we will inadvertently find ourselves in striving, old covenant mentalities and methods in our private and corporate prayer practices. Our prayer theology and practice needs a "new covenant update."
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Praise, Worship, and the Presence of God, Kindle
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Why do we do worship the way we do?  Why do we structure the typical church service around something the apostles never did? Why do we have a near mandatory forty-five minutes (or much more) of singing in many churches before the preaching? What theology underlies our practices? What did Jesus say about the manifest presence of God? What expectations do we have in our worship services and why do we have those expectations? What is the restoration of David's tent? What does it mean to worship in "spirit and truth?" This book answers these and other questions from a grace-based, new covenant perspective, and offers a "better way to worship."
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The Rescue of Matthew 18, Kindle
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Matthew 18 has suffered from careless interpretation and application over the years. This chapter is frequently used in local churches as a procedural template to resolve interpersonal offenses and  “issues.”  It is also commonly applied to the believer’s authority in spiritual warfare to “bind and loose” different entities: binding this and that “principality,” binding satan, binding the strong man, “binding” people to the will of God (!?) and “loosing” angels, etc. This booklet examines Matthew18 from a disciplined perspective, paying close attention to context and culture, and provides a perspective that is spiritually fresh and challenging to many widely held assumptions.
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Revising Revival: 2 Chr. 7:14 from a New Covenant Perspective, Kindle
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It’s commonly held that if believers repent enough, pray enough, fast enough, or turn away from sin enough that God is obliged to send revival based on His “promise” of 2 Chronicles 7:14. It’s alleged that the institutions of civil government will be reformed and transformed if believers will simply repent enough and turn to God. This booklet examines this familiar passage and many common revivlalistic teachings from a contextual and new covenant perspective, and comes to the conclusion that God is not withholding good things from His people. We are as “revived” as we want to be.
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Royal Priesthood: Pathway to Kingdom Authority, Kindle
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Being a believer in Christ is about more than going to heaven when we die. While on earth, we are called to function and represent the Lord in a way the scriptures describe as a royal priesthood. Books describes what the royal priesthood is, why there is one, and how to participate in its reality. Even though within Protestantism, the doctrine of everyone being a priest and minister has been taught doctrinally for centuries, the reality is, very few believers function in their privilege at any meaningful, practical level. This book will awaken the reader to his or her inheritance in Christ.