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Exploring Christology and Atonement with CMT

In Exploring Christology and Atonement: Conversations with John McLeod Campbell, H.R. Mackintosh and T.F. Torrance Andrew Purves unites two often divided aspects of Christology – the person and work of Christ. 706 more words


Church Q & A: Part 1

Barry talks through a few questions brought up at a recent “stump the preacher” session at a church service.


To download audio right-click the following link: Chruch Q & A: Part 1

Christian Life

John 18:1-11

John achieved his goal of proving Jesus is the Messiah by mostly showing his miracle and power. Now, however, things seem to change as Jesus is arrested, tortured, and humiliated, yet he is in complete control. 107 more words


Season of Creation 2015

Beginning the weekend of September 19 and 20, Emmaus-Emaús, Atonement-Our Savior’s and St. Andrew Lutheran Churches will celebrate the Season of Creation.

The Season of Creation is a relatively new liturgical season that has been added as an option with the other seasons of the church year. 82 more words


August 31, 2015 - Week 49

Goedendag iedereen! Hoe gaat het? Hello people. This week was a great one! Some days were hard. Like really hard. But then, midweek things turned around and it has just kept on the up and up! 343 more words


“Take away the cross of Christ, and the Bible is a dark book.”

J. C. Ryle


Two Trees

Genesis 1 is thought of as a “triad” where the first three days are metaphors for things which are separated. It stands to say we are ontologically not God. 815 more words