Becoming What God Intended: Applications
Follow up course applies the previous material.
From: BWGI Ministries, authored By David Eckman, Ph.D., M.Th., M.Div.
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Becoming What God Intended: Applications
 
The purpose of this course is to show how the foundational truths and the integrational truths of the previous courses work themselves out in specific applications. These applications are extensive: to our walk in this world, to our personal life goal and our goal in the church, and our goal of personal mastery of our inner life.
 
1. Replication of Christ's Life
This lecture reviews the pattern of Christ's life and shows that the same pattern is expected of our lives.
 
2. Paul's Goals in Philippians
   a. Paul had a corporate goal for the Christians in Philippi, that is they would serve one another as Christ who is God served them.
   b. Paul had a personal goal in Philippians 3 that he would not be a legalist or rely on his own moral efforts instead he would rely on the life of Christ within him to please God.
 
3. Paul the Apostle and Addiction
Paul in his letter to the Corinthians addresses the issue of addiction (primarily sexual addiction), and shows how the core values introduced in the Foundations Course apply to this area of life.
 
4. The Holy Spirit and Addiction
Paul the Apostle in Galatians 5 shows how the ministry of the Holy Spirit in the believer's life addresses the issues of temptation, compulsion, and addiction.



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About The Author...

David Eckman has had a rich and varied career. He has pastored for sixteen years in two different churches in California. He has been a seminary vice president and is presently an Associate Professor for Western Seminary where he teaches Hebrew and Spiritual Formation. He has lectured in North America, SE Asia, and Europe on the sspiritual life particularly for Campus Crusade.

Of particular interest he leads what is called the "Beijing Project" that is training psychology professors and mental health workers in the 26 universities in Beijing plus another twenty schools. This project is being extended to other major cities through out China.

His education is extensive. He has a Ph.D. in Old Testament and Hebrew from Golden Gate Seminary, and a Master of Theology in Bible from the same institution. Further, his Master of Divinity is from San Francisco Baptist Seminary, and he has a Bachelor of Arts in religious studies from Houghton College in Western New York. In addition, he worked for seven years at Oxford University in England on his dissertation with Professor James Barr and other Oxford scholars. His education has a unique scope to it.

He has authored more than a dozen books. Also he has prepared training programs for a number of institutions. Some of his books have been translated into other languages particualrly Chinese.



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Prerequisite Courses

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77Becoming What God Intended: Integrations


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