Clarifying Our Theological Vision, Introduction

To accommodate others who are interested to join our discipleship class, we have moved our regular schedule from Wednesday to Friday every 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. We had a bit more attendance than usual last Friday. So it seems like Friday is a good time to have these sessions from now on.

Last time we had just completed Part 1 of the booklet/article, The God Revealed in Jesus Christ. We were supposed to continue with Part 2 beginning last Friday but due to the importance of another topic which is fairly recent, I have decided to discuss with the class the essay of Dr. Gary Deddo on Clarifying our Theological Vision, Part 1. I just thought that this is timely and should be discussed right away. We will just continue with Part 2 of The God Revealed in Jesus Christ  at a later date.

We started last Friday’s class with prayers for those who are sick among us like: Max Fabricante and Rex Olandesca. Then I shared with the class Dr. Joseph  Tkach’s Introduction to Dr. Gary Deddo’s essay before we proceeded with the main topic. We were only able to discuss the earlier part on the subject of All are Included. The topic generated comments and questions relevant or related to the topic and without realizing it we were not even able to finish quoting and discussing all the supporting verses that were cited in the essay. One and a half hour just flew so quickly haha!

We will continue next meeting. Before we ended I shared to the group Dr. Gary Deddo’s videoclip where he discussed the topic on universalism and double predestination. I did not anymore ask the class to ask questions or make comments after the video otherwise we would have ended up at midnight haha! Here’s the video:

One Reply to “Clarifying Our Theological Vision, Introduction”

  1. sir len thank u much for dtw series…appreciate it .as if present ako s study nnyo..a hearty laugh i saw in ur dtw..haha..i enjoy listening 2 ur and God bless poh.

    i really appreciate ur dtw coz i am learning better and thanks for the grace of God… –From far away Zamboanga

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