Nehemiah 9:16-38

Feb 21st, 2020 | By

As the Exiles re-affirm their covenant with God, they review His faithfulness and is loyal-covenant love for them.



Nehemiah 9:1-20

Feb 19th, 2020 | By

The Exile community in Jerusalem confesses the sins of the nation and reviews the faithfulness of their Sovereign Creator.



Accommodation To Culture: Its Toxic Results

Feb 15th, 2020 | By

Should Christians accommodate to their culture, to its values, its virtues, its ethical standards? Instinctively, the answer is no. But it is important to understand what the American culture believes and values. What are its standards for authority? Since at least the 1960s, America has accepted two sources of cultural authority



Nehemiah 8:1-18

Feb 12th, 2020 | By

The Jewish Exiles in Jerusalem became the “People of the Book” as they heard Ezra read the Word of God. They engaged the Word with their minds and emotions, which then resulted in obedience.



Is A Literal Hell Believable In The 21st Century?

Feb 8th, 2020 | By

Philosopher and theologian, David Bentley Hart, currently a professor at the University of Notre Dame, is often provocative and controversial. A former Anglican, he converted to Eastern Orthodoxy and writes prominently on major doctrinal issues of Christianity. His most recent book, That All Shall Be Saved: Heaven, Hell and Universal Salvation, argues for universalism—that ultimately God will save everyone, thereby rejecting any belief in a literal hell.



Nehemiah 6:10-7:73

Feb 3rd, 2020 | By

Nehemiah neutralizes his enemies and completes the wall in 52 days, after which Jerusalem is re-populated.



America, A Culture In Crisis—A Historical Perspective

Feb 1st, 2020 | By

Why do people reject God and embrace an atheistic worldview? Are they convinced that biblical Christianity is irrational, nonsensical? Are the “nones” doubting their faith or questioning their faith because of rational argumentation? Are atheists and/or the now infamous “nones” rejecting Jesus because of their deep-seated, well-thought-through convictions, or are there other explanations?