How could the execution of one man two thousand years ago, absolve me of sin?
The first message in The Ologies on the eternality of God and its implications for our approach to life. Look below for the Lesson 1 Study and Gathering Guide The Ologies Lesson 1 Study and Gathering GuideDownload Here's a guide to the SOAP Bible Journaling Method shamelessly stolen from another church that shamelessly stole it … Continue reading The Ologies – The Eternal One
One of my cousins is a Jehovah's Witness. One time, my mom invited me to have coffee with the two of them. I pitched a softball question at Cousin P, "By what name did Jesus teach us to call God?" "Jehovah!" she blurted. "Oh," I said, "can you tell me where in the Gospels Jesus … Continue reading A Strong Tower
Let's have a little dialogue: Me: Are you a good person? You: Yes and no, I suppose. We're all sinners, but as a Christian God is making me the person I'm supposed to be. Me: How do you know that the "person you're supposed to be" is good? You: Because God is good and he's … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Right and Wrong
Message #23 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 11:16-36. Here's the screen cast.
Here is message #11 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 5:12-21. For the visuals, check out the screen cast at this link: https://sermons.faithlife.com/embed/sermons/351297
As we've been studying through Romans, the topic of God's wrath has come up time and again. According to Paul, everyone (both Jew and Gentile) was under God's wrath because they had in their own way discounted his glory. This coming Sunday, I'll share from chapter 3:21-31 about how the death of Jesus atoned for … Continue reading In Defense of the Angry God