Into His Rest: Refuting Liberation Theologys Use of the Exodus with Hebrews 3-4 Ted Miller

ISBN: 9781606820001

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Into His Rest: Refuting Liberation Theologys Use of the Exodus with Hebrews 3-4  by  Ted Miller

Into His Rest: Refuting Liberation Theologys Use of the Exodus with Hebrews 3-4 by Ted Miller
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Rest represents the inheritance that God appoints for His chosen people. In the New Testament the author of Hebrews recalls Gods judgment on the unbelieving Israelites after the exodus and warns his readers not to forfeit Gods rest as theirMoreRest represents the inheritance that God appoints for His chosen people. In the New Testament the author of Hebrews recalls Gods judgment on the unbelieving Israelites after the exodus and warns his readers not to forfeit Gods rest as their forefathers had and lose the blessing He had for them.

A modern movement, liberation theology, misinterprets and misapplies the exodus, portraying it as an archetypal model that supports its agenda of liberating people from oppression. In Into His Rest, Ted Miller expounds Hebrews 3:74:13, explaining that a proper view of this passage refutes liberation theologys interpretation of the exodus.



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