Father-Son Theology by Harold R. Eberle
Harold Eberle, Jonathan Welton, the NAR….and another Jesus
I take the Bible seriously. Jesus emptied Himself. This does not mean that He ceased being God. Paul explained that Jesus continued existing in the form of God. However, while being God, He emptied Himself. This truth, that Jesus emptied Himself, has profound implications upon how we should live.
Peter Wagner was added. Let me explain. When Adam and Eve ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, the number one result was that they became aware of good and evil. Adam and Eve were ashamed so they tried to distance themselves from God. God did not distance Himself from Adam and Eve. He pursued them. Because Adam and Eve were ashamed, God made garments for them to cover themselves Gen
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Father-Son Theology is a Bible- based perspective that focuses on seeing God as Father and ourselves as children of God. This results in a more relational view of God than that which is developed in Classical Theology. Eberle did his undergraduate studies at Montana State University. He has authored more than 30 books on various subjects related to Church leadership and Christian theology. Along with his wife, Linda, Dr.
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God has revealed Himself though Jesus as a Father who is pursuing His children with all the resources of Heaven. Religion has created a separation between us and the Father, creating a distorted gospel fueled by fear and shame. Eberle has been championing a different perspective around the world for over 40 years through his ministry WorldCast. A spiritual son of the late Dr. Peter Wagner, his many books have been foundational in creating a new wineskin for cutting edge ministries around the world. He carries authority of a Father with the heart of a true son, bringing strength to the body of Christ all over he world. God is looking to pour new wine into new wineskins.