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Preaching and Teaching Judgment Without Being Judgmental

July 17, 2007

I just started listening to Paul House and Scott Hafemann’s series on “Preaching and Teaching Judgment Without Being Judgmental” via the Ockenga Pastor Builders series. Both House and Hafemann are committed to “whole Bible theology”–Biblical Theology. In fact, Hafemann advocates a paradigm of radical unity, arguing that there is just one covenant in the Bible, not two (works/Law vs. grace/gospel).

They advocate four elements in order preach/speak/believe/teach judgment without being judgmental: 1) God is the Judge, not us 2) Covenant is the context and standard of judgment, not us 3) Judgment is not the condition for people to be our friends 4) Redemption is always the goal of judgment.

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