Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Jason J. Stellman: Dual Citizens: Worship and Life Between the Already and the Not Yet

MP3 Available Here

Jason J. Stellman, pastor of Exile Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Woodinville, WA, will address the theme of his new book published by Reformation Trust, a literary arm of Ligonier Ministries, titled: "Dual Citizens: Worship and Life Between the Already and the Not Yet".

New covenant believers live between “the already” and “not yet,” a point in redemptive history between the partial and complete fulfillment of God’s promises. This means they are exiles and pilgrims in the divinely ordained overlap of the ages. As Rev. Jason J. Stellman argues in his book Dual Citizens: Worship and Life Between the Already and the Not Yet, this biblical motif shapes the identity of Christians at every turn and affects their every activity in both the sacred and secular realms. Stellman explores the Christian pilgrimage with deep biblical insight, humor, and relevance to our contemporary context, revealing how Christians are to think of themselves and their role this side of heaven.

Rev. Jason J. Stellman is a native of Orange County, California, and became a believer through the ministry of Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa in 1989. After coming to understand and embrace Reformed theology, Pastor Stellman received his M.Div. degree from Westminster Seminary California, where he studied under such scholars as Dr. Michael Horton, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey, and Dr. D. G. Hart. After graduation, he was ordained by the Pacific Northwest Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America and called to plant Exile Presbyterian Church in the Seattle area. Rev. Stellman has
written articles for Modern Reformation .

Jason is also a featured speaker at Ligonier Ministries' upcoming
Seattle Conference & Cruise this month .


Jason Stellman said...

Just a heads-up, the link to the MP3 of my interview actually leads to the interview with the guy from the day before.

Jason Stellman

James Swan said...

fixed. Thanks.

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