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The Way Back

The three gospel promises in Christ in 1 Corinthians 10 concludes the “Christianity101″ series.

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The Way Back

Cornelis Plantinga, Jr., in his book, Beyond Doubt, writes that, ‘People tend to make two mistakes when they think about the redeemed life. The first is to underestimate the sin that remains in us; it’s still there and it can still hurt us. The second is to underestimate the strength of God’s grace; God is […]

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There is a Way Out

In this sermon on “Christianity101″, we consider sin’s measurements and conclude in the hope that is found – Christ is bigger than it is.

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There is a Way Out

G. K. Chesterton once received a request from a newspaper to write an essay on the topic, ‘What’s wrong with the world?’ He replied in an exceedingly short letter of response, ‘I am.’ Sincerely yours, G.K. Chesterton. Chesterton acknowledges that the world itself is affected by our flaws. ‘The circle of life’ is in some […]

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Our ‘Not-So’ Secret Resource

A great military disaster of the early Middle Ages was the defeat of the Knights of Charlemagne in the approach to a narrow defile in the Pyrenees. It is narrated in the ‘Song of Roland’. What makes the story so poignant is that the defeat was unnecessary. Roland, the commander of Charlemagne’s rear guard, could […]

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The Enemy

The New Testament view of the Christian is not only does he live in full joy of being God’s child, he needs to live in full armor as a soldier in the army of Jesus and he is going to be in the front line of the army as it makes advance in the world […]

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The Armor of Faith

The classic spiritual warfare passage is studied as we consider the Christian’s spiritual advantage in this sermon in the series “Christianity101″.

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Putting on the Armor of Faith

Paul began the letter of Ephesians by unfolding God’s purpose, conceived in a past eternity before the foundation of the world, to create a single new human race through the death and resurrection of Christ and ultimately to unite the whole church and the whole creation under Christ’s headship. He has emphasized that the old […]

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