Ephesians and the Multidimensional Gospel of Peace

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The Ephesians 2 Gospel Project is already making an impact. Kristin Caynor, who has assisted our work on this project, was recently asked to guest lecture on the topic at the Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence as the opening of their 2022 Lent lecture series. Kristin is an American who grew up in Thailand, serves the global church through partnerships with national leaders, and scholarships on the intersections of Bible and intercultural hermeneutics, peacemaking, and reconciliation. She is a Ph.D. candidate at Trinity College Bristol, a theologian at Live Global, and a research contributor on The Ephesians 2 Gospel Project here at Mission ONE.

In her lecture, Kristin explains that there is a social, horizontal dimension to the gospel of Christ because there is a social, horizontal dimension to the atonement of Christ.

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