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Following the Footsteps of the Great Physician: Healthcare in the Early Church

by David Robinson

January 13, 2021

Before the advance of Christianity, chronic or severe illness was viewed with suspicion and many people shared the experience of the woman in the Gospel account. The church acted as a surrogate family, which cared for both its own members and those outside

 

Dominion and the Kingdom of God

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

January 13, 2021

Man’s relationship with God determines the course of all the rest of creation. Because we have exercised dominion in a sinful way, creation groans under the curse of sin. In the kingdom of God, man is restored to his proper dominion mandate.

 

The Father is Seeking True Worshipers

by David Robinson

January 10, 2021 | John 4:1-30

Jesus speaks to the Samaritan woman at the well and tells her, as well as us, that we must confront our own sin before we can become true worshipers.

 

Calvin, the King and Civil Disobedience

by Joe Boot

January 8, 2021

The reality and power of the God and gospel proclaimed by Calvin and others at the Reformation shook the nations and steadily transformed Western civilization.

 

Dominion and Culture-Making

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

January 6, 2021

When we speak of dominion we are dealing with a basic fact of human experience. Human beings will inescapably exercise dominion, the question is whether we practice it in a godly or idolatrous way.

 

The Root of Jesse: Unifying and Renewing a Divided Life

by Joe Boot

January 5, 2021

The Fall into sin consists in a radical corruption at the root of our entire being that necessitates new birth – entailing an equally radical restoration and renewal of all life.

 

After Darkness…Light

by Russ Hiebert

January 3, 2021 | Isaiah 9:1-7

 

The Great Reset and Utopianism

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

December 30, 2020

The Great Reset is the latest in a long history of failed utopian ambitions. Man-made utopias are fundamentally coercive, manipulative and dominating. By contrast, the kingdom of God is one of righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit.

 

The LORD is the Everlasting God

by David Robinson

December 27, 2020 | Isaiah 40

 

A New People in the Last Adam

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

December 23, 2020

The far-reaching erosion of the Christian way of life in our nation cannot be simply put down to external factors. The inner strength of Christianity has been compromised and broken, and can only be restored through reformation and revival. Christmas is a wonderful opportunity to gather together to adore the Lord who humbled Himself to become a man.

 

The Name on His Thigh: King of Kings and Lord of Lords

by Joe Boot

December 22, 2020

He whom we celebrate as born in the manger is King of kings and Lord of Lords. It is His Word, like a sharp sword wielded through his people, which strikes the nations and subdues them. This Word of the gospel of the birth, death, resurrection, ascension and session of Christ to the seat of all power and authority remains the power of God to salvation for every age.

 

The Victory of Christ

by David Robinson

December 20, 2020 | Revelation 12