Monday, July 21, 2014

Messiah the Prince (by William Symington)


Description 
This is the classic and unsurpassed work on the doctrine of Christ's mediatorial reign over all things in heaven and earth.

The doctrine of the mediatorial reign of Jesus Christ declares that at His ascension Jesus Christ was exalted to sit at the right hand of God the Father, and was invested with supreme authority over all things in heaven and on earth (Ps. 2:6-12; 110:1-2; Dan. 7:13-14; Isa. 9:6-7; Acts 2:33-36; Matt. 28:18; Eph. 1:20-22; Phil. 2:9-11). Christ is not only the Head of the church, but Lord of all; His authority extends over all men, nations, and spheres of life, including the sphere of civil government. No one has ever articulated the doctrine of the mediatorial reign of Jesus Christ with as much clarity, vigor, and spiritual power as William Symington; and his message is needed today more than ever.  In reading this book the mind is enlightened, and the spirit is stirred. Symington’s work inspires zeal for Jesus Christ in all His mediatorial power and glory. A true Christian cannot read it without being moved to worship anew the King of kings, and to earnestly contend for His crown rights in all spheres of life.

Table of Contents 
Chapter 1 - Necessity of Christ's Mediatorial Dominion
Chapter 2 - Reality of Christ's Mediatorial Dominion
Chapter 3 - Christ's Qualifications for the Kingly Office
Chapter 4 - Appointment of Christ to Mediatorial Dominion
Chapter 5 - Spirituality of Christ's Mediatorial Dominion
Chapter 6 - Universality of Christ's Mediatorial Rule
Chapter 7 - Kingly Office of Christ in Relation to the Church
Chapter 8 - Mediatorial Dominion of Christ over the Nations
Chapter 9 - Mediatorial Dominion of Christ over the Nations (cont.)
Chapter 10 - Perpetuity of Christ's Mediatorial Dominion

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Dr. Jane Orient Interview on the Colin Gunn Show



Colin Gunn talks to Dr. Jane Orient, MD, who is the Executive Director of the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) and is featured in the film "Wait Till It's Free". They discuss issues facing doctors: VA hospitals, third-party payers, medical ethics, and more.