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God and Humanity: In His Image and Likeness
Part 2 of the series, God, Family, and Community, this hour-long video lecture shares Dr. John D. Garr's insights on ways in which the human creation in the beginning was designed to image God in the earth. God created ha-Adam (the human) from ha-adamah (the dirt), one being that was later manifest in two gender-specific entities, Adam and Eve. Together Adam and Eve reflected the "image and likeness" of God, for they were absolutely coequal (like Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), completely consubstantial (made of exactly the same substance), and co-mortal (yet with the same opportunity of partaking of the Tree of Life and becoming co-immortal). God, therefore, is imaged in humanity in the context of family and community. The community of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is imaged in the community of Adam and Eve.
Biblically Hebraic Womanhood: God's Design, Jesus' Reformation
Part 3 of the series, God, Family, and Community, this hour-long video lecture shares Dr. John D. Garr's insights on sound biblical principles for understanding God's design for women. Returning to the very beginning, to the creation of Adam and Eve, the role of women is clearly and irrevocably established on sound exegesis of the Hebrew Scriptures. What actually occurred when God created humanity and then separated it into two gender-specific entities, Adam and Eve, establishes the truth that places women on a solid and clear foundation of understanding self-identity and placing them clearly in the purposes of God alongside men with absolute equality. While roles assigned men and women differ, they are clearly equal and complementary, mirroring the image and likeness of God in the earth by their consubstantiality and their coequality.
Hebraic Restoration: Divine Identity and Purpose
"Who in the World Are You, and What on Earth Do you Think You're Doing?" This 60-minute lecture outlines Dr. John D. Garr's understanding of the prophetic nature of the international movement that has been engaged since the beginning of the sixteenth century in recovering the Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith. Beginning with an overview of the prophetic purposes of God, this message continues with an evaluation of what was lost from the pristine message of Jesus and the apostles in the first century. It continues with a discussion of the nature of restoration and renewal, including the various quantum leaps in the work of restoration that have taken place at various times and that continue into the present day, and concludes with a challenge to the church to complete the restoration.
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