Kitchen Table Theology

059 Reconciliation

May 30, 2021 Pastor Jeff Cranston Episode 59
Kitchen Table Theology
059 Reconciliation
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Kitchen Table Theology
059 Reconciliation
May 30, 2021 Episode 59
Pastor Jeff Cranston


Hello Kitchen Table Theology Family! Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton are wrapping up our study of understanding our identity in Christ. In previous podcasts we’ve talked about the believer’s position in Christ, and the doctrines of justification, sanctification, glorification, regeneration, and adoption. On today’s podcast we’re going to talk about the Doctrine of Reconciliation 

[01:34] The Meaning of Reconciliation   

  • Jen kicks off our podcast with a story about great American poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • A change of relationship between two people from hostility to harmony 
  • Enmity with God 

[10:08] How Reconciliation Takes Place     

  • Reconciliation comes only through the death of Jesus 
  • Three highly debated views on the doctrine of Reconciliation
    • God is reconciled to us 
    • We are reconciled to God 
    • Both are reconciled to each other 

[19:38] So What? 

  • How the doctrine of reconciliation ties into evangelism and how this truth plays out in our daily lives 
  • The act of reconciliation has been completed on the cross 
  • Every person is in the position to receive salvation through Jesus Christ 


[25:05] Closing Segment         

  • Final words and announcements from Pastor Jeff and Jen 
    • Email your questions for our upcoming Q&A to [email protected] or stay tuned to our Instagram @pastorjeffcranston

 

Tweetable Quotes:

“Through sin we were alienated and separated from God, but through the death of Christ, peace with God and salvation was made possible for all who believe in Christ.”   - Pastor Jeff Cranston 

“Reconciliation means God has favor and mercy towards every human being on the planet — past, present and future. And that every person is in a position to receive the salvation that Jesus offers.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston 

 

Bible Verses Mentioned: 

  • Ephesians 2:16  
  • Romans 11:28
  • Romans 5:9 
  • Romans 5:10
  • 2 Corinthians 5:21
  • 2 Corinthians 5:9
  • 2 Corinthians 5:19


Resources Mentioned/ Footnotes:

  • And Can It Be, That I Should Gain? Poem by Charles Wesley

 

Join the Conversation

We love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today’s episode, email me at [email protected]

Visit my website jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church

Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranston

Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!



Show Notes


Hello Kitchen Table Theology Family! Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton are wrapping up our study of understanding our identity in Christ. In previous podcasts we’ve talked about the believer’s position in Christ, and the doctrines of justification, sanctification, glorification, regeneration, and adoption. On today’s podcast we’re going to talk about the Doctrine of Reconciliation 

[01:34] The Meaning of Reconciliation   

  • Jen kicks off our podcast with a story about great American poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • A change of relationship between two people from hostility to harmony 
  • Enmity with God 

[10:08] How Reconciliation Takes Place     

  • Reconciliation comes only through the death of Jesus 
  • Three highly debated views on the doctrine of Reconciliation
    • God is reconciled to us 
    • We are reconciled to God 
    • Both are reconciled to each other 

[19:38] So What? 

  • How the doctrine of reconciliation ties into evangelism and how this truth plays out in our daily lives 
  • The act of reconciliation has been completed on the cross 
  • Every person is in the position to receive salvation through Jesus Christ 


[25:05] Closing Segment         

  • Final words and announcements from Pastor Jeff and Jen 
    • Email your questions for our upcoming Q&A to [email protected] or stay tuned to our Instagram @pastorjeffcranston

 

Tweetable Quotes:

“Through sin we were alienated and separated from God, but through the death of Christ, peace with God and salvation was made possible for all who believe in Christ.”   - Pastor Jeff Cranston 

“Reconciliation means God has favor and mercy towards every human being on the planet — past, present and future. And that every person is in a position to receive the salvation that Jesus offers.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston 

 

Bible Verses Mentioned: 

  • Ephesians 2:16  
  • Romans 11:28
  • Romans 5:9 
  • Romans 5:10
  • 2 Corinthians 5:21
  • 2 Corinthians 5:9
  • 2 Corinthians 5:19


Resources Mentioned/ Footnotes:

  • And Can It Be, That I Should Gain? Poem by Charles Wesley

 

Join the Conversation

We love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today’s episode, email me at [email protected]

Visit my website jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church

Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranston

Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!