Resources on Stephen De Young

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Stephen, Rabbi and Saint Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/12/25/stephen-rabbi-and-saint/ Article by Stephen De Young Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young examines the place of Stephen in Scripture and in the tradition of the church. St. Stephen and the Glorification of Humanity Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2021/01/12/st-stephen-and-the-glorification-of-humanity/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Resurrection , Eschatology , Martyrdom , Deacon Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young links the story of St. Stephen (Acts 6-7) with the eschatological hope of resurrection and glorification. How Did the Apostles Receive Those Baptized Outside of the Church? Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2020/05/09/how-did-the-apostles-receive-those-baptized-outside-of-the-church/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Baptism , Conversion Source: Ancient Faith Blogs Stephen De Young examines the way in which persons are received into the Orthodox Church who have been baptized--either as infants or adults--in some context or polity other than the Orthodox Church. Women Disciples of the Lord Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/05/09/women-disciples-of-the-lord/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Discipleship , Womanism , Women , Disciple Source: Ancient Faith Blogs Stephen De Young examines the phrase “women disciples of the Lord” in Orthodox Church hymnography. The Book of Jubilees Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2019/10/30/the-book-of-jubilees/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Tradition Source: Ancient Faith Blogs Stephen De Young introduce the Book of Jubilees, an ancient Jewish text from the Second Temple period, and its influence on the New Testament tradition. Jephthah’s Daughter Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2020/05/18/jephthahs-daughter/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Judges , Morality Source: Ancient Faith Blogs Stephen De Young looks at the story of Jephthah’s Daughter (Judges 11) within the overarching theme and movement of the book of Judges and in the context of a Christian morality. Elisha and the She-Bears Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2020/10/06/elisha-and-the-she-bears/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young Topics: Elisha , Violence Source: Ancient Faith Blogs Stephen De Young examines the violent story of Elisha in 2 Kings 2:23-25 to highlight God's protection. Is the Law Abolished or Fulfilled? Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/02/28/law-abolished-fulfilled/ Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Stephen De Young Topics: Law , John Calvin Source: Ancient Faith Blogs Stephen De Young uses Matthew 5:17 to challenge Calvin's division of the Law (civil, ceremonial, moral), suggesting that every commandment of the Law is done, taught, and lives in the Orthodox Church. Humans in the Divine Council Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/09/04/humans-in-the-divine-council/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Angels Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young shows how every encounter with God the Father in the Old Testament is mediated either through God the Son or by angelic beings. How is the Holy Spirit Like a Dove? Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2020/01/06/how-is-the-holy-spirit-like-a-dove/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Creation , Baptism of Christ , Holy Spirit Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young examines the biblical image comparing the Holy Spirit to a dove. Jacob I Have Loved, Esau I Have Hated Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/10/23/jacob-i-have-loved-esau-i-have-hated/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young Topics: Unbelief , Faith Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this essay from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young seeks to set the story of Jacob and Esau and Paul's use of the story in Romans 9-11 into their historical contexts. Chosen to Bear Fruit Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/11/05/chosen-to-bear-fruit/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Paul , Deuteronomy , Gospel Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young shows how "the most important Biblical text for understanding the Christian Gospel as St. Paul proclaims it is the book of Deuteronomy." Full Text Hymns on Stephen De Young Silent Night, Holy NightPD
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God the Word Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/05/23/god-the-word/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Word of God , Old Testament Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young examines God the Word in the Old Testament. Why the Law was Given, and by Whom Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2020/03/05/why-the-law-was-given-and-by-whom/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young Topics: Sin , Law , Christ , Torah Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this commentary on Galatians 3 from the Orthodox tradition, Fr. Stephen De Young shows how the Torah (Law) continues to operate in the Church as fulfilled by Christ. The Testament of Jacob Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2019/04/19/the-testament-of-jacob/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Covenant , Blessing Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Fr. Stephen De Young studies the term "testament" in Scripture. Acts 15 and the Law in the Church Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/03/05/acts-15-law-church/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young Topics: Law Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young examines the Council of Jerusalem in Acts 15 and the apostles' understanding of the Law--not as rejected, but as established. Here There Be Giants Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2018/10/09/here-there-be-giants/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this commentary from the Orthodox tradition on Genesis 6:1-4, Stephen De Young examines the Nephilim. The Rich Man, Lazarus, the Afterlife, and Asceticism Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2019/12/10/the-rich-man-lazarus-the-afterlife-and-asceticism/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Stephen De Young Topics: Parables Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this commentary on the Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus in Luke 16:19-31, Stephen De Young examines the connection between reward and punishment in this life over against the next. The True Church and the American Church Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/orthodoxyandheterodoxy/2017/10/09/true-church-american-church-protestant-ecclesiology-got/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Ecclesiology , America Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young critiques the Protestant ecclesiology of much of the church in America. Jeroboam, Son of Nebat Article by Stephen De Young https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/wholecounsel/2019/03/13/jeroboam-son-of-nebat/ Article by Stephen De Young Topics: Israel Source: Ancient Faith Blogs In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen De Young examines Jeroboam as one of the most important figures in Biblical history.