It's time to come clean. As ministers, we have severely limited the way we explain the death of Jesus.
The New Testament offers loads of images and metaphors to describe the significance of this climactic and surprising event, yet we usually revert to one approach ... and it might not even be a good or healthy one!
So with every head bowed and every eye closed, would you agree we need to move beyond Penal Substitutionary Atonement?
We see that hand.
In response, we are inviting you to join P4NP as we explore Preaching Salvation beyond PSA. This course is for any minister who wants to expand their language concerning the death of Jesus. Through a mixture of lectures and Q&A, we will talk about salvation in meaningful ways, through the lenses of sacrifice, victory, love, and freedom.
What better time than now to commit to thinking through the way we talk about Jesus's life, death, and resurrection?
Facilitated by Pete Enns
A one-night class on why moving past inerrancy gives you a better Bible and a bigger God.
- SALVATION AS SACRIFICE
- SALVATION AS VICTORY
- SALVATION AS LOVE
- SALVATION AS FREEDOM
THIS SELF-STUDY COURSE INCLUDES
- Q&A that was recorded at the end of each session
Carol McEntyre has served as the Senior Pastor at First Baptist Church in Columbia, MO, since 2012. Her love for people, passion for preaching, commitment to inclusion, care for the oppressed, and dedication to a life patterned after Jesus can be seen in all---or hopefully at least in part of what--- she does at First Baptist. Carol enjoys the great outdoors and can often be found walking the trails in Columbia or camping with her family.
JENNIFER GARCIA BASHAW
Jennifer Garcia Bashaw teaches New Testament, Biblical Interpretation, Ministry, and Homiletics at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina. She felt a call to ministry in a Southern Baptist Church as a teenager. She has served as children’s minister, youth minister, and associate pastor in several different Baptist churches over the last twenty years and is ordained in the American Baptist Churches, USA.
Josh James is one of the pastors of The Restoration Project, a Cooperative Baptist church in Salisbury, MD. He is passionate about preaching nerdy and somewhat provocative, historical-critical sermons and ... watching Netflix. Equally.