Another One Worth Your Time

Posted July 21, 2008 by daniel
Categories: Gospel

Worth your time!

Posted March 18, 2008 by daniel
Categories: Apologetics

This video is somewhat long, but he makes some very good points.  My advice: listen with pencil in hand and jot down the points that he makes that stick out to you and learn them for future use!

Listen and Comment

Posted February 21, 2008 by daniel
Categories: Audio

http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=2908229120

Warrior Christians

Posted February 5, 2008 by daniel
Categories: Uncategorized

Ok, if you were paying attention on Sunday you would have heard Greg make a lot of references to fighting.  He said that Christians should be fighters.  What did he mean?  Doesn’t this make us just like violent Islam?  What happened to “turn the other cheek?”

Imprecatory?

Posted October 1, 2007 by daniel
Categories: Uncategorized

This next question deals with what is commonly called the imprecatory Psalms.  Imprecatory Pslams are those Psalms wherein the author calls down curses upon his enemies.  Take Psalm 69 for example.  David explicitly prays, “Add guilt to their guilt; do not let them share in Your righteousness.  Let them be erased from the book of life and not be recorded with the righteous.” (27-28)  Psalm 109 is another example.  What are we to do with these?  Didn’t Jesus say to love our enemies?  Is this what He meant when He said to pray for those who persecute us?  How are we to understand these divinely inspired Psalms? 

Here are some more: 5, 6, 11, 12, 35, 37, 40, 52, 54, 56, 58,69, 79, 83, 137, 139, and 143
 

Wanna challenge?

Posted September 21, 2007 by daniel
Categories: Uncategorized

For those of you looking for a difficult challenge, Greg has been posting ethical dilemmas on his blog.  I would encourage you to interact with his blog for now until I get another blog up.  Try answering his latest one “11 babies in 2 boats.”  What would you do?

Is it ok to lie?

Posted August 24, 2007 by daniel
Categories: Ethics

Hey kids,
Pastor Greg has started a blog and he has been posting ethical questions that Christians have to answer.  One of posts is on the issue of lying.  Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to go on his blog at doccochran.wordpress.com and comment on his post “To lie or not to lie.”  Is it ok to lie sometimes?  Does the Bible tell us we cannot lie?  Where?  You can put your answers directly on his blog.