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James Brownson on Romans 1

I got horribly sick last week with strep throat, which completely destroyed my writing and posting schedule. I hope to be back on track with new material this Thursday or next Monday, but till then, I thought I would post James Brownson’s second lecture from his lecture series for The Reformation Project. 35 more words

Queer Thoughts

Scripture Sunday: Romans 1

Happy Sunday everyone! I really and truly do appreciate everyone’s feedback in response to my question here, and I am thrilled that the majority of you all wanted to read about my Bible study! 1,378 more words

Faith

Romans Week 1: Why the Gospel is Powerful (Rom 1:1-17)

**To listen to this week’s lesson, you can click HERE**

This week , we started our series on Romans. And Paul wrote the book of Romans to explain and describe how the gospel is powerful enough, and wide and deep enough, to transform anyone who will believe. 872 more words

Teaching Series

No worries, it 's just another Chinese anti-satellite weapon

OMAHA—China last month conducted another test of a satellite-killing missile that reflects Chinese efforts to weaponize space, the commander of the U.S. Strategic Command said Wednesday. 81 more words

Caleb: Elephant Love Medley - Why Love?

Prompt: Christians hold up love as the highest virtue, but how can you live by something so amorphous?  Can such a subjective and emotional experience be trusted?   1,351 more words

GERSTNER: GOD SPEAKS

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Dr. John Gerstner shares that God has revealed that He is by way of the creation He has made.  But this information does not reveal His thoughts and feelings toward us. 114 more words

Christianity

The Suppression of God

Romans 1:18-25 are extremely important versus to remember when witnessing to unbelievers.

18 The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people, who suppress the truth by their wickedness, 19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them.  323 more words