Theodicy

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Theodicy: The Triumph of Good Over Evil

Good is eternal but Evil has an end. In fact, God has already conquered it and we must join Him in His Kingdom as overcomers.
But why do we still see so much evil?
What purpose does creation really serve? What is our role in the here
and now?
During this Theodicy conference David J. Jones will be answering those questions and more. From the origin of evil to God’s intent for Creation, and the history of salvation this conference will help us understand the outworking of God’s greater purposes.
Come and learn with us how we share in God’s victory.

Outline of Conference Teaching:

“The Son of God was revealed for this purpose: to destroy the Devil’s works” (1 John 3:8b)

SEMINAR 1: FOUNDATIONS

In this section the discussion will touch on the origin of evil itself, God’s shaking and reordering, the bondage of corruption, the principle of anticipation (hope), disruption and the beginning of Salvation history.

Scriptures:
Ezek. 28:11-17, Job 38:12-15, Rom.8:20-21, Eph.1:4

SEMINAR 2: Biblical Creation Theology

The teaching here will explore Genesis 1:1 in-depth along with the move from the universal to the particular and the principle of light before darkness. The image of God will also be discussed as will the idea that heaven sets the scene and that earth mirrors heaven. We will explore Adam’s purpose and why we are here.

Scriptures:
Gen.1:1, Gen.1:2, Gen.1:3-5, Gen.1:27, Ezek.28:13a, 14b, Gen.2:8

SEMINAR 3: FALL AND REDEMPTION

This portion will look at the knowledge of good and evil and whether knowledge is good. The Fall will be discussed along with the redemption promised, the fact that there is no shortcut to victory, what restlessness points to and how the way has been opened.

Scriptures:
Gen. 2:15-17, Gen.3:4-7, Gen.3:15, Gen.3:22-24, Gen.4:10-12, Gen.5:24

SEMINAR 4: SALVATION HISTORY

Part 4 of this series begins with Noah and the preservation of humanity, continues through Abraham’s universal journey of the faithful and discusses the need for disconnection with the old. It will also show how God reveals Himself to Moses, and touch on King David, Theocracy and the principles of the Kingdom and Zion.

Scriptures:
Gen.6:1-4, Gen.6:9, Gen.12:1-3, Gen.15:5-6, Ex.33:19, Deut.11:1, 26-28, 2 Sam.7:9-11b, Psalm 137:1, Rom.11:26-27, Heb.12:22-24, Rev.14:1,4-5

SEMINAR 5: ALPHA AND OMEGA

In this final section the teaching focuses on that which is stronger than death, the incarnation of the Word, and the life, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus. It will finish with a teaching on Eschaton and the Final Kingdom.

Scriptures:
Rev.1:17b-18, John 1:1-5,14, Heb.2:14a, Phil.2:6b-7a, Phil.2:7b-8, Heb.2:14b-15, 1 Cor.15:21-26, Phil.2:9-10, Mat.13:36-43, Rev.11:15