Adam York joins Camden Bucey to speak about the two age construction found throughout Scripture and especially in the Pauline epistles. Scripture frequently speaks of “this age” and “the age to come.” These categories have a significant effect upon how Christians should understand their place in the world.
Jesus, the second Adam, has entered into “the age to come.” Through union with Christ, believers not only experience the victory in anticipation of Christ’s second coming, they also are already raised with him and seated with him in heavenly places (Eph. 2:6).
Adam York is pastor of Hope Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Grayslake, Illinois.
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- 00:00:00 Introduction
- 00:03:22 Preaching from Ephesians
- 00:05:12 Encountering the Two-Age Construction
- 00:11:17 Jesus Speaks of the Two Ages
- 00:19:41 The Two Ages and Christian Identity
- 00:30:53 Living in the Overlap of the Ages
- 00:45:18 The Coming Ages in Ephesians 2:7
- 00:56:16 The Practicality of the Two-Age Construction
- 01:04:17 Conclusion
Participants: Adam York, Camden Bucey
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