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  • How To Present The Gospel To Materialists And Philosophers

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Mar 12, 2002
    based on 36 ratings
     | 2,264 views

    How to Present the Gospel to Materialists and Philosophers - Acts 17:16-34

    How to Present the Gospel to Materialists and Philosophers - Acts 17:16-34 Illustration:A recent survey of Discipleship Journal readers ranked areas of greatest spiritual challenge to them: 1. Materialism. 2. Pride. 3. Self-centeredness. 4. Laziness. 5. (Tie) Anger/Bitterness. 5. (Tie) ...read more

  • Worldview Matters Series

    Contributed by John Oscar on Sep 23, 2018
     | 441 views

    Pastor John teaches how Worldview effects how we see God, His mission, and His plan for our lives.

    Worldview Matters CCCAG August 12th, 2018 Scripture- John 13:21-38 Intro: I am a little bit of a history buff. Let me define history- History is the exploration of decisions and I'm fascinated by digging in to how decisions were made in the past. One of the historical areas that fascinates me ...read more

  • Paul's Sermon On Mars Hill

    Contributed by Jeff Simms on Jun 4, 2003
    based on 69 ratings
     | 11,474 views

    To examine Paul’s sermon on Mars Hill to the philosophers of his day

  • Knowing God

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Sep 12, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 30,870 views

    Paul wrote to Timothy, "I know whom I have believed, and am convinced that he is able to guard what I have entrusted to him until that day." There is a great difference between knowing about God, and knowing God. Paul knew the one to whom he trusted all.

    Note 1: This sermon can be used as a companion sermon to "Knowing Christ," which is also posted on Sermon Central. They are not redundant, and may be used separately or presented on consecutive occasions. Note 2: I have developed some PowerPoint slides that I used in presenting this sermon. If ...read more

  • Only Sandals And A Walking Stick

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jun 11, 2018
     | 1,495 views

    In contrast, Cynic philosophers of the era were known for their provision bag, staff, and big mouth!

    15B My favorite ancient Greek philosopher is the stoic Epictetus (epic-TEE-tus), who taught, “It's not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters," which is at the heart of some Catholic Christian adaptations of various Cognitive Behavioral Therapies. Epictetus, who taught around ...read more

  • Loving Truth

    Contributed by James Groce on May 4, 2003
    based on 47 ratings
     | 1,735 views

    Pontius Pilate even attempted to engage Jesus Christ in a philosophical discussion of the nature of truth when he asked “What is truth?”

    ******************* Loving truth 2 Thess. 2:10b “…because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved.” It is sobering to realize that this statement implies that we don’t naturally love the truth. Nor, for that matter, can we be saved without loving the ...read more

  • Wisdom

    Contributed by Chris Beam on Apr 26, 2015
     | 2,388 views

    It’s not an accident that this book has been classified as "Wisdom Literature." In my opinion, it’s probably the most philosophical books of the entire Bible. But, it also contains more than just philosophical debate. It contains some very practical and down-to-earth wisdom.

    Series: Vanity Topic: Wisdom Text: Ecclesiastes 7:15-29 Last week, I began my sermon talking about wisdom. This week I want to expand on that thought as we come to the seventh chapter of Ecclesiastes. It’s not an accident that this book has been classified as "Wisdom Literature." In my ...read more

  • The Preeminence Of Jesus Sermon

    Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Jul 14, 2013
     | 1,530 views

    Man’s greatest problem is sin—a problem that can never be fixed by a philosopher or a religious teacher. Sinners need a Saviour.

    The Preeminence of Jesus sermon 07/2013 There’s something about that name ….some even name their child Jesus…but, when they do it just doesn’t seem right …. David said in Psalm 8 O LORD our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth! who hast set thy glory ...read more

  • Christ Is Risen! Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on Apr 6, 2015
     | 2,417 views

    The resurrection of Christ is not simply a philosophical idea whereby His Spirit lives on in our memories. It is a reality of history. But what does this mean to us today?

    Christ Is Risen! 1 Corinthians 15:12-19 www.crbible.com/sermons Introduction: 1. In this chapter, Paul is dealing with the issue of the resurrection of the dead. Some in the church at Corinth were teaching that there was no physical resurrection of the dead. • The Sadducees taught ...read more

  • How Sweet It Is Series

    Contributed by Neil Olcott on Jul 9, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,344 views

    And that leads to some deeper philosophical questions about quality of life and is a person really living if they are not living up to their God given potential. Today in our text God answers the question about what it means to truly be alive!

    Date: May 17th, 2009 Title: How Sweet it is! Bible Text: Ephesians 2:1-10 Subject: Complement: Main Idea: Intro: There is a time that some people face that is really difficult for all involved. I have experienced it with several families over the years. The scene is one of family ...read more

  • Christians And Wisdom Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 10, 2018
     | 1,685 views

    There were among the Gentiles wise philosophers who considered the Gospel foolishness; and although the apostle, with tongue in cheek, had called the Gospel ministry the foolishness of preaching, and the foolishness of God, and even though he had . . .

    September 1, 2012 Lessons on First Corinthians By: Tom Lowe Lesson 2.5: Christians and Wisdom Scripture: 1 Corinthians 2.6-2.16 1 Cor 2.6-16 (KJV) 6 Howbeit we speak wisdom among them that are perfect: yet not the wisdom of this world, nor of the princes of this world, that come ...read more

  • The Significance Of Christ's Resurrection.

    Contributed by David Radcliff on Apr 22, 2017
     | 1,634 views

    The French philosopher Albert Camus once said, “I would rather live my life as if there is a God and die to find out there isn't, than live as if there isn't a God and to die to find out that there is.”

    THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHRIST'S RESURRECTION. 1 Corinthians 15: 12-23 The French philosopher Albert Camus once said, “I would rather live my life as if there is a God and die to find out there isn't, than live as if there isn't a God and to die to find out that there is.” HERE the apostle ...read more

  • What Is Real?

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Jun 1, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 885 views

    In order to answer the question, ‘what does it mean’ you must first answer the question ‘what is real’? I realize most people are not asking this question. But philosophers and scientists do.

    The purpose of apologetics is to present biblical answers to the questions of Origin, Meaning, Morality, Destiny. If you can answer the questions of these issues you have presented a worldview This morning I’d like to focus only on one aspect of this collection of four questions-the ...read more

  • Why Was Jesus Born?

    Contributed by Jerry Lewis on Dec 13, 2003
    based on 26 ratings
     | 10,254 views

    The Purpose and Reason for the Coming of the Christ Child to the Earth. Why did he Come into the World? Why was He Born a Baby in the Little Town of Bethlehem? There are Many Ideas and Philosophical Answers that men propose but God Clearly tells us i

  • What Is Truth?

    Contributed by Robbie Parsons on Mar 3, 2007
    based on 20 ratings
     | 3,709 views

    As he presides over Jesus’ trial, Pilate asks a poignant question. It is a question with which philosophers, orators and men of all walks of life have wrestled. It is a question that begs an answer. Let’s see what is truth and what is not truth.

    As he presides over the trial of Jesus Christ, Pilate asks a poignant question. It is a question with which philosophers, orators and men of all walks of life have wrestled. It is a question that begs an answer, and many people have gone to extreme measures to find it. The question is, “What is ...read more