The Ways of Our God: An Approach to Biblical Theology

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CHAPTER 4: THE ADVERSARY

OLD TESTAMENT: PROCLAMATION
4–1. OUR ADVERSARIES
4–1.1. WHAT THWARTS GOD’S PURPOSES?
4–1.2. THE HISTORICAL ORDER
a. Historical Adversaries
b. Personal Adversaries
c. Treatment of Enemies
4–1.3. THE CREATED ORDER: POWERS OF CHAOS
a. Creation and Conflict
b. Here Shall Your Proud Waves Be Stopped
c. You Broke the Heads of the Dragons
4–1.4. THE CREATED ORDER: POWERS OF EVIL
4–1.5. THE CREATED ORDER: THE ADVERSARY

OLD TESTAMENT: PROMISE
4–2. WRATH TO HIS ADVERSARIES
4–2.1. INTENSIFICATION OF OPPOSITION AND FINAL VICTORY
4–2.2. THE HISTORICAL ORDER: INTENSIFICATION
4–2.3. THE HISTORICAL ORDER: VICTORY
a. Their Dominion Shall Be Taken Away
b. They Shall Be Put to Shame
4–2.4. THE CREATED ORDER: INTENSIFICATION
4–2.5. THE CREATED ORDER: VICTORY

NEW TESTAMENT: FULFILLMENT
4–3. OUR ADVERSARY, THE DEVIL
4–3.1. D-DAY AND V-DAY
4–3.2. ADVERSARIES IN THE HISTORICAL ORDER
a. Historical Adversaries
b. Treatment of Enemies
4–3.3. THE CREATED ORDER: SATAN
a. That Ancient Serpent Who Is the Devil and Satan
b. I Saw Satan Fall
c. The Devil Prowls Around
4–3.4. THE CREATED ORDER: DEMONS
a. All Who Were Possessed with Demons
b. They Fell Down before Him
c. He Gave Them Authority over Unclean Spirits
4–3.5. THE CREATED ORDER: POWERS
a. The Spiritual Forces of Evil
b. Triumphing over Them
c. Who Shall Separate Us?

NEW TESTAMENT: CONSUMMATION
4–4. THE ANTI-CHRIST
4–4.1. INTENSIFICATION OF OPPOSITION AND FINAL VICTORY
4–4.2. THE HISTORICAL ORDER: INTENSIFICATION
4–4.3. THE HISTORICAL ORDER: VICTORY
4–4.4. THE CREATED ORDER: INTENSIFICATION
a. The Anti-Christ
b. Satan Will Be Loosed
4–4.5. THE CREATED ORDER: VICTORY
a. Victory over the Powers
b. Victory over the Antichrist
c. Victory over Satan
d. No More Sea/Night
4–5. THE ADVERSARY: THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS

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