Since God gave us His Word, we accept with certainty the truth about the coming of Jesus.
We accept what The Spirit wrote about Jesus, not what others have said about Him. (v.1)
We accept how good, orderly, and sufficient God's Word is to inform us about the coming of Jesus. (v.2-3)
We accept with certainty of the things God revealed to us. (v.4)
How did your beliefs get formed about Jesus and Christmas?
About whom are the 1st 5 books of the Bible? Jn 5:46, Lk 24:44
What can be done to fortify you in the truth? 2 Tim. 3:14-17
What is your view of the authority of Jesus? Mt. 28:18. Ps.119:102
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04- Who is God and how do we know, epistemology, presuppositional apologetics.
20- What to do when your not being fed in church, or you have issues with the teaching.
26- Has the nature of God changed, or have churches lost reverence for God?
38- Black Hebrew Israelites and proper techniques for defending the Trinity.
53- Why do American Christians meet on Sunday instead of the Sabbath?
A. God said… and it was so
B. God saw it was good
C. According to its kind
II. Foundations - Genesis 1-3 are important and to be taken literally… as foundational to major doctrines.
A. Theology proper
D. Sociology - marriage, children
E. Angelology and Satan
A. What is real? Ontology
B. How do we gain knowledge? Epistemology
C. How did it begin? Cosmology
When Paul performs a miracle in Lystra, great confusion ensues when the pagans of the city begin to worship the apostle as a god. Paul's response demonstrates his appreciation that this confusion is due to the clash of conflicting worldview. Along with preaching the gospel to pagans, should Christians also tell them that their worldview is wrong? Paul did. Perhaps it would be helpful to the pagans in our day if we did so, too.
We are being bombarded with so much news and information today that it's becoming very difficult to discern the truth. This problem doesn't just exist in the mainstream media, it also exists in the alternative media ("the truth movement). This video gives you some guidelines to help you cut through all the confusion and find the truth amidst the information flood we are subjected to everyday. This also applies to the most important truth of all: spiritual truth
God is ALL KNOWING. He knows EVERYTHING. God knows everything that is, and everything that could be. He does not learn new information successively - He knows it all simultaneously.
Join us for Week 2 of a three week series on God's attributes.
Purpose: We will look at four focus to help us tackle an atheist's worldview's metaphysics of materialism and epistemology of empiricism.
Reminder of how to refute worldviews
Definitions with the atheist worldview
Problem with Empiricism
Problem with Materialism
The sinful way of the world is to lie about reality, about what is real, about what is, in order to live as if things were what they are not. But true religion, biblical Christianity, is based on reality, and is concerned with what really is.
This matter comes up in the context of the Bible's instructions regarding the church's care for widows. Because as present this congregation does not have anyone who is what the Bible calls "widows indeed," which is the primary subject of this passage of scripture, I am taking the opportunity to make much of this secondary subject, also.
So, learn about the congregation's duty toward widows indeed, and learn also about rejecting the world's lies about reality, in order to base our lives on what is real, and what is true about Jesus Chrsit our Lord and Savior.
In this episode of the podcast, Zachary Groff interviews Pastor C.R. Wiley (Westminster Presbyterian Church, PCA - Vancouver, WA) about an approach to apologetics and cultural engagement which he calls "The Boniface Option." C. R. Wiley is the author of several books, including "Man of the House" (Wipf & Stock, 2017), "The Household and the War for the Cosmos" (Canon Press, 2019), and a forthcoming book from Canon Press about J.R.R. Tolkien's enigmatic character, Tom Bombadil.
The human mind is capable of great things! It is better than any computer; impressive in its ways. However, it is also riddled by sin. It forgets. It is selective in what it believes. It desperately needs to be "renewed."
Click to listen to this sermon from Romans 12.