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Shortly after the time of the Reformation, the Anabaptist started insisting on believers’ baptism, i.e., that only those who had made a personal profession of faith in Christ are proper…
Unity within Christianity is a commendable goal with a biblical basis. Christianity is fractured into thousands of separate organizations, each attempting to fulfill its own goals, often in competition among…
The Book of Acts gives an account of many miracles that the apostles accomplished at the beginning of the Church Age. The church begins with the appearance of tongues of…
Catholics and Protestants agree on a great many things. We all affirm the God of the Bible, Trinitarianism, the deity of Christ, Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection, and the inspiration…
Sorry, audio is not available for this message--technical difficulties in recording. Read the sermon notes.   I still believe in gender roles. Men have certain roles and women have certain…
“Fundamental” these days is something of a negative term. Fundamental seems very close to “extremist” in the minds of many. It’s the fundamental Muslims who are committing heinous acts of…
Most if not all of us here today would profess to be Christians, that is, followers of Jesus Christ. And most of us could probably explain why we became Christians.…
The first message in our Summer Sermon Series (2016)--Why I am and Why I am not. I picked up this idea from a Christian blogger who wrote a series of…
The statement, “Thou shalt not kill,” is one of the shortest commands in the whole Bible. It consists of only two words in the original Hebrew language/text—the word “not” and…
A momentous, seismic shift in the culture just happened. I’m sure most of us are aware that on Friday, June 26, the SCOTUS handed down a decision legalizing SSM in…
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