How do we know if we’re actually wise in God’s eyes or in the world’s eyes? Is it good to be a fool in the world?
Why did Paul not present the gospel with “persuasive words of wisdom”? Why is the gospel a “hidden mystery”? We look at that and more in this sermon from 1 Corinthians 2
In this sermon we look at 5 ways to understand the value of every human being and hopefully clear up some misunderstandings around being “created in the image of God.”
Here are the books I read in 2019.
A sermon out of Psalm 3 where David is on the run from his son and calls on God to save him.
In Mark 14 we see that closeness to religion doesn’t make you a Christian, and worshipping Jesus is the highest calling of every person.
Here are the books I read and found helpful from 2018.
Design your own chronological reading plan to fit your needs and schedule!
We should answer the questions people have about our worldview, but let’s not forget that the biggest issues are personal, not academic.
Psalm 73 addresses some of the most common and difficult questions we can have: where is God in our affliction and in the injustice of the world? Why does evil seem to succeed?