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Sunday, Mar 22, 2015

Jeremy Johnson

John 16:16-33
” . . . In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.”


Isaiah 40 ESV
30 Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted; 31 but they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles . . .


David Garner

This is the second article in a series entitled, “Truth and Idolatry.” Read part 1, “I Am Not an Idol Worshiper.” Idolatry by Degree? Idolatry lacks nuance. It knows no degrees, and before a jealous God, delivers no passable excuses, no matter how sophisticated they read more

David Garner

Idolatry Reconsidered As believers in the one true God, we know that idolatry is wrong. We know God hates it. We know first two of the Ten Commandments explicitly demand exclusive worship of the one true God. We even know that idolatry is not merely read more

David Garner

The Mandate to Godliness Writing the Pastoral Epistles, the Apostle Paul makes “godliness” (Greek, eusébeia) primary. Some have perceived here a theologically incompatible, and hardly “pastoral,” fixation. It might sound strange to hear the apostle of grace making such a big deal about our godliness, read more