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WHI-1161 | Found in Christ, Part 1

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On this program we begin a two-part series through Paul's letter to the Philippians. Who were the Philippians, and what were the circumstances in which Paul wrote this letter? What is this epistle chiefly about? We will address these questions and more on this edition of White Horse Inn.

On this program we begin a two-part series through Paul's letter to the Philippians. Who were the Philippians, and what were the circumstances in which Paul wrote this letter? What is this epistle chiefly about? We will address these questions and more on this edition of White Horse Inn.




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  • Guest - Ellen

    A question on the kenosis of Christ: did I hear correctly that Jesus relied exclusively on the Holy Spirit during his earthly ministry? I've heard this from my pastor numerous times, but somehow it doesn't ring quite true to me. For example, when Jesus calms the storm, his disciples fear him because the wind and waves obey him - and Jesus doesn't correct them, telling them that no, no, it was the Holy Spirit working through me... And what about when Jesus says "Destroy this temple in I will raise it in three days"?
    This same view seems to be present in The Shack, in which "Papa" says of Jesus that "he has never drawn upon his nature as God to do anything. He has only lived out of his relationship with me, living in the very same manner that I desire to be in relationship with every human being."

    I'd really appreciate if you could comment/clarify. Thanks so much.

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