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Blogging With the Apostles: Cross cultural appeal. 

Acts 17

Paul arrived in Athens alone. As he awaited the arrival of Silas and Timothy, he toured the city and was amazed at the proliferation of idols he saw. 300 more words


Sermon: The Known God

Sermon preached at St Luke’s Liverpool on Sunday the 6th of July.

The Known God from Acts 17:16-34



UNCHANGING GOSPEL FOR CHANGING TIMES by Pastor Shah, Clearview Church, Henderson

Many Christians have failed to realize that we are no longer living in the era of our grandparents. 1,764 more words


Divine Judgment on Mars Hill

Ancient Athens worshipped gods of war, but it didn’t know Jehovah, the “man of war” (Exodus 15:3). Citizens honored their gods on a hill but didn’t ascend the “holy hill of Zion” (Psalm 2:6). 1,108 more words

God's Character

Mars Hill

In the first century AD, the apostle Paul stood in Athens on a rock formation known as Mars Hill (aka, the Areopagus). Just a few days ago, I stood in that very spot. 778 more words

Hagar and the Areopagus

“Puns are the highest form of literature” said Alfred Hitchcock (apparently) and puns are definitely an important part of the communication of the Bible [1].  The difficulty with a pun is knowing whether it works, … 563 more words

For Pastors And Professionals

Acts 17:22-31, “What’s New?”, May 25, 2014, Doug Fritzsche

What’s new?

When we ask a friend, “What’s new?”, we might be trying to catch up on what has happened since we last met.

But when we speak more generically, we open up the whole curious and sometimes bizarre spectrum of new events and activities. 1,506 more words