Sermon Series
  • 1. Does Relativism Work

    Contributed on Feb 16, 2010
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    Relativism is the idea that all moral (rights and wrongs) statements are grounded in the urge and individual taste of each person or culture. Is this a biblical perspective?

    Does Relativism Work? Joshua 24:14-28 Intro: Are all religions the same? Are all religious beliefs aspects of truth? What does the bible say about this? Bigger questions is-- What is Truth? Is there a “truth perspective for all people – irrespective of belief? i.e. Is there ...read more

  • 2. Is Sincerity Enought?

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2010
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    Sincere belief does not make what you believe, true Your belief may be sincere, but you may be sincerely mistaken.

    Is Sincerity Enough? Acts 26:1-29 Intro: Series about truth Last time: truth is not relative Creating our own reality Truth is objective Can’t escape the fact that things are true simply because they are Thinking or accepting something as truth, does not make it ...read more

  • 3. Are Judgements Inevitable?

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2010
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    Purpose of Judgement is not to condemn people or cut us off from God but to bring us back to lead us to restoration.

    INTRO: Series on Truth – What is truth? Relativism – rejection of absolute truth – Truth is relative Sincerity – even if belief contradicts another is sincerity enough? ILLUSTRATION: Attack on spy base Three men have been found not guilty of breaking into and damaging the ...read more

  • 4. Can We Have Moral Values Without God?

    Contributed on Apr 13, 2010
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    We may deny God’s existence ... but it is hard to escape the reality of a fixed moral law ... we prove this when we judge others by a standard that we ourselves break.

    Can We Have Moral Values Without God? Romans 1:16-20, 28-32; 2:1-4 INTO: People claim that they don’t care about sexual morality, or cheating on exams, or lying to keep from getting in further trouble. This is part of being RELATIVIST: What is right for you is right And what is right ...read more