ISAIAH’S THEME OF JUDGMENT AND REDEMPTION PREACHED TO THE CONGREGATION OF FIRST CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH

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Title: ISAIAH’S THEME OF JUDGMENT AND REDEMPTION PREACHED TO THE CONGREGATION OF FIRST CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Author: Evans, Mitchell
Advisor: Garrett, Duane
Abstract: ABSTRACT

ISAIAH’S THEME OF JUDGMENT AND REDEMPTION

PREACHED TO THE CONGREGATION OF

FIRST CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH

Mitchell Barry Evans, Jr., D.Min.

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2017

Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Duane A. Garrett

Redemption does not occur by God’s removing his judgment; instead, redemption comes through judgment. This project demonstrates the theme of redemption through judgment from the book of Isaiah in seven sermons.

The first sermon sets the stage by demonstrating the contrast elements of judgment and redemption in Isaiah 4. Then, Isaiah’s call into ministry is considered, and the message of judgment he is called to proclaim. Judgment is not limited to Israel; ultimately it is a global sentence, as depicted in the third sermon from Isaiah 24. The fourth sermon provides the first glimmer of hope by showing judgment and its reversal in Isaiah 39-40. The next two sermons flesh out the redemption that is ushered in by judgment in Isaiah 44 and 55 respectively. The final sermon brings redemption from judgment full circle by showing God’s ultimate plan from humanity in Isaiah 65.

VITA

Mitchell Barry Evans, Jr.

EDUCATIONAL

B. A., Carson Newman College, 2005

M.Div., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

MINISTERIAL

Senior Pastor, Orville Baptist Church, Pleasureville, Kentucky, 2006-2009

Associate Pastor, First Calvary Baptist Church, Leesville, South Carolina, 2009-2016

Senior Pastor, Woodlawn Baptist Church, Lowell, North Carolina, 2016-

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5358
Date: 2017-06-22

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