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Is God a Moral Monster: Are God’s Commands Capricious?


The story of Abraham being commanded to sacrifice his son, Isaac, is a very puzzling story. What are we to make of it? We must first understand the context of Abraham life and God’s dealing with him. There are four important insights that will help us better understand this story.

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Is God A Moral Monster: Is God Petty, Jealous, or Easily Provoked?


Many famous atheists picture God as somewhat of a mean-spirited jerk or a bully. That God is so immature, that He insists that we worship Him instead of other Gods or else He will pour out His wrath upon unsuspecting man to illustrate His pettyness. Is this the nature of God…no, not really.

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Sermon: Why Does God Ask Us To Praise Him?


Pastor Seth begins His series on some of the moral questions people ask about God. Is God a Moral Monster? Is he obsessed with Himself and his position over all other Gods? Is he insecure, in asking us to praise Him, or is there something deeper that God is trying to teach us about Himself…

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Easter Sunday Message – The Resurrection


Most people have heard the story of the resurrection. Many skeptics deny the veracity of that story. Pastor Seth takes us through Mark chapter 16 and talks about some of strong evidence about the resurrection of Christ, and talk about the hope that we can have as a result.

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Sermon: Gospel of Mark – Two Kingdoms


As we celebrate Palm Sunday, Pastor Mark helps us see the difference between being focused on the kingdom of this world and the kingdom of God. Christ died to atone for us, and bestow upon us the right to be citizens of the kingdom of God, even though by our own actions, we really don’t…

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Sermon: Gospel of Mark – Cup, Gethsemane, Desires


We get into the deepest caverns of the heart of Jesus in today’s passage. He is engaged in a massive battle between His desires and suffering. He comes face-to-face with agony and gets a clear picture of His upcoming death.  This week we’ll look at how we process the difference between our desires and our…

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