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Plodcast Ep. 45

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Welcome to the Plodcast! Listen in to hear Pastor Doug talk about Edenic perfection. Then he plugs James Dolezal’s book, All That is in God. Finishing things off with a look at the Greek word “hamartano”. Happy Plodding!

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Show Notes:

Edenic Perfection:

  • What do we mean when we think about the garden of Eden being a perfect place
  • What did a perfect garden look like and not look like?
  • Entropy existed prior to the fall
  • But the entropy and death of man was introduced by sin

All that is in God:

  • Written by James Dolezal
  • This is a defense of the doctrine of divine simplicity
  • God is not a composite being, God is a simple being
  • Anything that is in God, is God
  • We don’t believe that God is Zeus standing on a balcony looking down on us

Hamartano:

  • Found in Luke, rendered as sin and trespass
  • Luke 15:18, the prodigal son confesses to his father that he has sinned
  • Luke 15:21, Jesus says that if a brother trespasses against us we should forgive him upon repentance, even if he does it 7 times in one day
  • Hamartia is found 7 times in Luke
  • (Luke 1:77, 3:3, 5:20/21/23/24, 7:47/48/49, 11:4, 24:27)