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Author: Dr. Klaus IsslerDr. Klaus Issler is Professor of Educational Studies and Theology at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, CA. He is the author of Living into the Life of Jesus: The Formation of Christian Character and Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective: An Intermediate Christology, among other publications.

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

What if someone prefers a temporary productive loan as a means to work their way out of poverty—a loan that…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

One component of Old Testament (OT) economic social justice was providing interest-free loans for the Israelite working poor. But does…

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  • Theology 101

In our recent discussion of the Old Testament (OT) teaching on lending, we’ve explored some of the key questions as well as…

  • Theology 101

For most of the history of the church, church leaders understood that the Old Testament taught a complete ban on…

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  • Theology 101

For much of church history, pastoral leaders believed the Old Testament taught that no interest should be charged on any…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

Is work sacred or secular? What did Jesus think about “secular” work? What does this mean for how we understand the…

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How Jesus’s Work Influenced His Teaching

By: Dr. Klaus Issler

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Jesus was a shrewd observer of life, offering wisdom gleaned from birds, flowers, and the weather. Last week we explored…

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Jesus’s Career…Before His Ministry

By: Dr. Klaus Issler

4 minute read

Did you ever wonder why God assigned an ordinary couple like Mary and Joseph to raise the Messiah? It seems…

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