Sermon Series
  • 1. Fingerprints Of God

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2016
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    This week we explore the reasons to believe in a God like the Theistic religions believe in, all powerful, eternal, omnipresent, and personal.

    SE041114 How I met 3. Fingerprints for God SLIDE This week, we want to make the case for God. If you talk to the resident agnostic in your life, they will tell you they think the case for God is weak. Or, to put it another way, the case against God is very strong. Open and shut. Which ...read more

  • 2. Whose Truth?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2016
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    In this series, we attempt to build a worldview from scratch to arrive at Christianity. First question, is truth true?

    INTRO: WHAT’S A WORLDVIEW? We’re building a Christian worldview from scratch this month. (SLIDE) So first let’s ask, what is a “WORLDVIEW”? (SLIDE) A worldview is a set of assumptions we hold about the basic makeup of the world. Such as - (SLIDE) What is the ...read more

  • 3. Exploring The "Isms"

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2016
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    A look at the three main branches of worldviews, pantheism, atheism and theism to see which makes sense.

    SE040414 HOW I MET MY SAVIOR 2. The Isms TITLE SLIDE Imagine I put two items in front of you: a Jar full of jelly beans, and an IPod. Then, I ask a question: - Is choosing your worldview, more like guessing the actual number of Jelly Beans in a jar, or more like picking your favorite ...read more

  • 4. Jesus Fact Or Fiction

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2016
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    Are there good reasons to believe that Christian Theism is the most plausibly truth religion? If so, Jesus demands our attention, our faith, our love and obedience and our total devotion.

    SE051814 HOW I MET MY SAVIOR 4. Jesus: Fact or Fiction? (SLIDE) INTRO: We’ve been building a Christian worldview from scratch this month, and here’s what that looks like from the GROUND UP: - (SLIDE) First, we have to believe Truth exists. - (SLIDE) Second, we looked at the ...read more