Part I: A Journey Through Foundational Concepts
Through out my time at TKU we were able to encounter many differently classes. One of my personal favorites was the Old Testament course. Old Testament was a class I particularly will never forget because of its rich roots that were filled with facts of the Bible. Something we studied, which I will admit that I was dreading, was the book of Leviticus. I will not forget this portion of the...
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...r glorifying God and to use it to please God, and to avoid sexual desires. Another concept that will always resonate within me is the view that Paul has with his theology of stewardship. In 2 Corinthians 9:8 Paul reveals that God enriches people so that they can bless others, since the pagan principal in which many people followed in this day said to give so that God might give to you. Paul disagrees and says to give so that you may be a blessing to others. Paul also talks about the story of the manna where God provided miraculously, and reminds believers in 1 Corinthians that anything they have is God’s anyway. He also reminds them that what they have on this earth will not be taken with them to their eternal destination. This aligns with TKU’s statement of faith as they too believe that God is the one who first demonstrated the act of giving by giving His only Son.
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