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Covenant Theology and Cultural Engagement in the Thought of Meredith G. Kline


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Covenant Theology and Cultural Engagement in the Thought of Meredith G. Kline

"Dr. Michael Beck joins us to speak about his book, Covenant Lord and Cultic Boundary: A Dialectic Inquiry Concerning Meredith Kline and the Reformed Two-Kingdom Project (Wipf and Stock), which is a theological exploration of the ideas of Meredith Kline and their impact on the Reformed Two-Kingdom Project. The book provides a literature review of relevant works on the topic and highlights the broader universe of discourse in which this study exists. In the book and in this conversation, Dr. Beck offers a unique analysis of Kline’s theology and its practical implications for contemporary Christian life and practice. Michael Beck is a pastor at Gracenet Community Church as well as a lecturer of Old Testament and biblical theology at Grace Theological College (New Zealand). Dr. Beck earned his PhD from the South African Theological Seminary Michael also co-hosts the Two-Age Sojourner podcast. 00:00:07 Introduction 00:02:56 Dr. Beck's Ministry in New Zealand 00:10:48 Introduction to Kline 00:17:24 The Point of the Book: Kline and Cultural Engagement 00:30:21 Theonomy, Perspectivalism, and Neo-Calvinism 00:36:31 The Noahic Covenant 00:47:09 The Cultural Mandate 00:54:39 Considering Theological Differences 01:01:50 Conclusion" from video introduction


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