Category Archives: New Testament

The Last Crusade: The Spirit Enables Believers to Fulfill the Mission of the Church

Because men are fallen, God must provide a way for believers to share the message of return. This sermon will be topical, exploring several passages that teach on a theme, instead of working through a single passage. Why did God … Continue reading

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The Last Crusade: Against False Teachers

Summary: Because we will always have false teachers among us, we must know how to stand against them. This post is part of The Last Crusade, a call to arms from John C. Wright where he asked me to be … Continue reading

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Hermeneutics: The World Upside Down!

It’s official, the world has turned upside down. Several times recently, I have defended Catholic theology and practice. Those who know me from college will be shocked as back then I was putting the protest back in Protestant. To my … Continue reading

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Story Theology

What is story theology? Sometimes called narrative theology, story theology touches both head and soul. Stories are at the heart of the Christian and Jewish faiths. Instead of everything being delivered as a series of doctrinal statements (though those exist), … Continue reading

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