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Cs 501 houston graduate school of theology

CS 501

Houston Graduate School of Theology

Introduction to Christian Spirituality, Part 2


Faith lessons

Faith Lessons


Task of spiritual theology

Task of spiritual theology

To describe and analyze the nature and effects of the gospel story, not just as facts, but how the facts impinge on the person whose relationship with God has been fundamentally changed by the story (Chan, 78).


Some theological terms

Some theological terms


Some theological terms1

Some theological terms


Some theological terms2

Some theological terms


Some theological terms3

Some theological terms


Some theological terms4

Some theological terms


Some theological terms5

Some theological terms


Some theological terms6

Some theological terms


Some theological terms7

Some theological terms


Some theological terms8

Some theological terms


Some theological terms9

Some theological terms


Some theological terms10

Some theological terms


Introduction to christian spirituality part 2

The Downward Pull of Sin


Introduction to christian spirituality part 2

The Upward Journey of the Kingdom – The Realm of Salvation

The Already/Not Yet Principle


Introduction to christian spirituality part 2

  • Acts 16:16-34 – “saved”

    • God saved (rescued, delivered) Paul and Silas and the prisoners

    • The jailer was saved (rescued, delivered) from sure death

    • Paul announced kingdom salvation (rescue, deliverance) to the jailer and then spoke to him and his household the word of the Lord


Introduction to christian spirituality part 2

  • 1 Peter 1:3-9 – defining the realm

    • New birth

    • Inheritance: imperishable, undefiled, unfading, kept in heaven for you

    • To be revealed

    • The outcome of faith

  • Therefore . . . live holy lives through obedience, since you have been born anew by the word of God


How do these theological understandings

How do these theological understandings . . .


How do these theological understandings1

How do these theological understandings . . .


How do these theological understandings2

How do these theological understandings . . .


What is the christian story primarily

What is the Christian story primarily?


What is the christian story primarily1

What is the Christian story primarily?


What is the christian story primarily2

What is the Christian story primarily?


Ultimately is the aim of loving god

Ultimately, is the aim of loving God…


Ultimately is the aim of loving god1

Ultimately, is the aim of loving God…


Ultimately is the aim of loving god2

Ultimately, is the aim of loving God…


Is the purpose of christian spirituality

Is the purpose of Christian spirituality…


Is the purpose of christian spirituality1

Is the purpose of Christian spirituality…


What happens when

What happens when . . .


What happens when1

What happens when . . .


What happens when2

What happens when . . .


What happens when3

What happens when . . .


How should a disciple

How should a disciple . . .

  • Pray?

  • We pray as members of the body of Christ.

  • Enjoy spiritual fellowship?

  • By not making it too spiritual!

    • A community that exists for purely spiritual ends is in great danger of letting unspiritual, carnal elements develop (111).

    • A Christian community recognizes the ordinary fellowships of everyday life in Christ.


Signs of a sacramental community

Signs of a sacramental community


Signs of a sacramental community1

Signs of a sacramental community


Signs of a sacramental community2

Signs of a sacramental community


Signs of a sacramental community3

Signs of a sacramental community


The one anothers

The one anothers

  • What is the purpose of the one anothers?

  • How long does it take to actually develop the practice of the one anothers?


More signs of the sacramental community

More signs of the sacramental community . . .

  • A community of celebration (Phil 4:4)


More signs of the sacramental community1

More signs of the sacramental community . . .

  • Plays

  • A community of celebration (Phil 4:4)


More signs of the sacramental community2

More signs of the sacramental community . . .

  • Plays

  • A community of celebration (Phil 4:4)

  • Worships

    • Sings

    • Prays

    • Reads Scripture and listens to Scripture


More signs of the sacramental community3

More signs of the sacramental community . . .

  • “Partys” - Christians should be a party waiting to happen—Tony Campolo

  • Plays

  • A community of celebration (Phil 4:4)

  • Worships

    • Sings

    • Prays

    • Reads Scripture and listens to Scripture


More signs of the sacramental community4

More signs of the sacramental community . . .


More signs of the sacramental community5

More signs of the sacramental community . . .


More signs of the sacramental community6

More signs of the sacramental community . . .


More signs of the sacramental community7

More signs of the sacramental community . . .


Richard foster

Richard Foster

We must seek out the recreating stillness of solitude if we want to be with others meaningfully. We must seek the fellowship and accountability of others if we want to be alone safely. We must cultivate both if we are to live in obedience.


Conclusions

Conclusions


Conclusions1

Conclusions


Conclusions2

Conclusions


Summary

Summary


Summary1

Summary


Summary2

Summary


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