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The Character of God: The Creator

07/15/2018

God tells us about creation in Genesis Chapter 1.  But what approach are we supposed to take?  If we are looking for a scientific text, we will often come away disappointed that God does not answer all of our questions.  However, Pastor Seth reminds us that this approach does not allow us to see what…

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The Character of God: The Trinitarian God

07/08/2018

The Bible reveals God to be one being, but three persons…that is one in essence, but three in character (Father, Son, and Spirit).  This is a bit difficult for us to wrap our minds around because it can seem a bit contradictory, but Pastor Seth spends this week exploring the “dance” of the Trinity.

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The World in Which Every Man Lives

06/17/2018

The Five Enemy Thoughts every man hears at some point in his life. “It’s to hard.” “It’s not fair.” “It’s not what I want.” “I’m too tired.” “I’m the only one.” How do we fight these ideas when they creep up on us?

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Does Religion Cause Violence?

06/10/2018

Some atheists claim that religion is violent by it very nature. In the book Terror in the Mind of God, Mark Juergensmeyer makes this very claim. He uses the imagery of cosmic war to claim that even religions whose end is peaceful can only get there by cosmic war. But is that true?

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Did God Command Ethnic Cleansing?

06/03/2018

God intended for the Jews to live in the land he promised them.  The problem is:  this land was already occupied by other people.  In telling the Jews to “take” the land, did God command genocide or ethnic cleansing?  This is a difficult and often misunderstood part of the Old Testament history.  How can a…

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Did God Approve Slavery?

05/27/2018

Critics of the Old Testament point to, what they think, is God’s endorsement of slavery. Others claim that the laws allowed people to trade slaves as if they were farm animals, and to treat them in the most despicable ways.  This takes both the writing and the intent startlingly out of context.  An honest assessment…

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