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In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Not that I think you have to believe in God to be a good person, but a while back I wondered if Martin Luther King, Jr. 179 more words

A Question of Freedom: 1 Corinthians 6:12-20

Given the choice between chocolate chips or fruit, most children (though not all) will choose the chocolate. Given the choice between an afternoon of screen time or a ski out on the trail, most children (though not all) will choose the video games. 2,439 more words


Sunday School Notes 1-18-2015

Topic: Lust

Scripture: Matthew 5:17-30

“Don’t assume that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfill.

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Sunday School Notes

New Covenant Theology Critiqued: Great Resources

These are two outstanding sermons critiquing New Covenant Theology. They both delve into scripture and history.

1.) Dr. James M. Renihan “New Covenant Theology”

2.)Dr. Sam Waldron “Law and New Covenant Theology”

Systematic Theology

Etched in the heart

They shall not kill you,
unless you are a murderer(Exodus 20:13).

They shall not kill you,
unless you are a fortune teller(Leviticus 20:27). 533 more words


"Evil" presupposes a Lawgiver

Something is only truly evil if it’s a violation of moral law. If there’s no moral lawgiver, where does the moral law come from?

–Vince Vitale

Good And Evil

Definitions of Doctrine-Volume 1-Chapter 1-The Being of God


We have no intention of making labored and elaborate arguments for the existence of God. We start where the Bible starts. 2,054 more words