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1. Christmas informs the culture. 2. Christmas transforms the culture. 3. Christmas forms a new culture.
Contributor: Rodney Buchanan (344 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 2:25-2:32
Tags: Christmas Advent
Have A Passion For The Gospel. Let God have you. Let God transform You. Let God Love You. And if you do, your heart will begin to hear the music and your feet will learn to dance .... as never before.
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (148 sermons shared)
Scripture: Galatians 1:11-1:24
Life is precious, even in the womb. But we live in an evil time when babies are expendable. How do we respond to the world around us regarding abortion... and what do we do with unwed girls who have gotten pregnant or who have had an abortion?
Series: Holiday Madness
Scripture: Psalms 139:7-139:16
Tags: Baby, Jeremiah, Children, Morality, Murder, [more]Evil, Rome, Abortion, Politics, Unborn, China, Guilt, Shame, Possession, Fornication, Sacrifices, Fetus, Archeology, Supreme Court, Womb, Adopt, Turtle, Pregnancy, Quick Fix, Unworthy, Wicked, Corrie Ten Boom, Ronald Reagan, Pro-life, Planned Parenthood, Body Parts, Pregnant, Napolitano, Hannah Rose Allen, Hot-button, Nucatola, Organ Traffickers, O’donnell, Stemexpress, Farrell, Abortion Industry, Tissue, Unformed Body, Eagle Egg, Endangered Species, Pagan Culture, Carthage, Archeological, Commodity, One Child Policy, Life For Life, Premature, Baby Parts, Candidates, Wedge Issue, Sleeping Together, Unintended Pregnancy, Terminate, Baby Shower [less]
Justification sounds like a $20 word that nobody would use outside of Church. But surprisingly the words justify and justification are interwoven into our culture and are used in ways that tell us a lot about what God did when He justified us.
Scripture: Romans 5:6-5:21
Tags: Morality, Computer, Justification, Culture, Righteous, [more]Balance, Conscience, Justify, Right, Pressure, Defeat, Blood Of Jesus, Cheating, Center, Prove, Caught, Guess, Target, Regret, Inner Ear, Tests, Christianese, Christianeze, The End Doesn’t, Can You Justify, Show Your Work, Move The Goal Post, Fresh Voices, Parade Magazine, Justifying, Redefine Normal, Justify Your Answer, Left Margin, Right Margin, Justifying The Text, Matthew West, My Name Is, One True King, Wreckage, Ragged, Fudge, Just As If I’d Never, Math [less]
Iniquity is sin at its worst. It is the a state where a person is so depraved that evil is normal. How do people get into that way of living and thinking? And how can they escape it?
Scripture: Psalms 51:1-51:13
Tags: David, Hell, Mercy, Hosea, Morality, [more]Murder, Evil, Compassion, Excuses, Depravity, Sinfulness, Rape, Bathsheba, Uriah, Godless, Relative, Punishment, Napoleon, Objective, Whirlwind, Philosopher, John Leo, Bigot, Sow, Reap, Cleanse, Wash Away, Transgender, The Guardian, Worst Of Sinners, Party Culture, Swimmer, Stanford, Absolutes, Us News, World Report, Homosexual Marriage, Abortions, Intellectuals, Robert Simon, Morally Wrong, Nazis, Mama Told Me, Three Dog Night, Frank Turek, Respectability [less]
In a culture where tolerance is the highest virtue and where sincere belief is the only thing important to faith, are Christians too exclusive in believing that Jesus is the only way to eternal life? What does that salvation look like?
Scripture: Matthew 7:1-7:14
There are few issues more polarizing than homosexuality. How should the church respond to criticism lobbied by the LGBT community. How do we approach our gay neighbor?
Scripture: Romans 1:15-2:4
How should American's handle our wealth? Should those who are wealthy feel guilty about special vacations and favorite hobbies. Should we sell everything if we want to be real follower of Jesus?
Is Christianity a crutch for the weak minded and naive? How should Christians respond to the criticism?
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 12:1-12:10
Special sermon for a combined bilingual service at the University Church of Christ in Abilene, TX
Contributor: Timothy Archer (49 sermons shared)
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