Brad Jersak

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Brad discusses high Christology. He explains in detail how the greater your focus on Christ (a theology of Christ) the wider you see Abba’s love to be.

Brad gives insight into how our early church fathers thought about God and how they read and interpreted scripture. He also discussed what the wrath of God means in scripture.

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As if reading Numbers genealogies or lists of how many people were in the tribes was as important and true as the red letters in the gospels”

“So, to call me a Marcionite, frankly it’s just slander.”

Teaching children under 10 to read scripture – “John 10:10 The thief is the death dealer, God is life-giver. When it (scripture)  says God is the death dealer, that’s cause we got to tell the story…” Brad Jersak

“God is love but He’s also righteous, God is love but He’s also holy, God is love but He’s also just. As if those were in competition. As if you could have a holiness, righteousness and justice that isn’t love in the divine nature. Well, here’s some bad news, the holiness, justice and righteous that is not divine love is the Pharisees, that’s what crucified the Son of God” Brad Jersak on the nature and attributes of God. 

For more information on Brad Jersak go to www.bradjersak.com
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Jason Clark is a writer, speaker and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.

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