A Reasonable Doubt – Part 2

We continue from last week examining the moral and developmental problems of the Christians in the church at Corinth that are not unfamiliar in churches in American today: 6. Liberty has become Libertinism They have a very liberal view of consorting with idol worshippers and eating the food from idolatrous temples (I Cor. 5:9). The…

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A Reasonable Doubt – Part 1

There is a question often posed, “If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?” The question, posed sincerely, is worth pondering. And yet, the very idea of proofs of faith seem lost to us in today’s easy-believism Christian culture. But the court holds forth the judicial idea…

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The Power of One

Just this past weekend was the Super Bowl. The whole nation stopped to watch it. On each side of the football, men dressed in battle gear lined up to either advance or stop the movement of the ball, 11 on each side. Big men. Strong men. Men with war-paint, cleats and helmets. Six officials joined…

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Examine Yourself

The Corinthian church was in a critically important location. At the time of Paul’s missionary journeys, Corinth was the leading city of Achaia. Achaia was the Roman province which covered the southern part of the modern nation of Greece. Athens was still the educational centre of Achaia, but Corinth was the capital of the Roman…

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Living a Life of Integrity

Apologetics is the branch of theology that focuses on the defense of the faith before the uninformed world, before skeptics and unbelievers. A trained apologist has the ability to articulate a reasonable and compelling case, evidence for the veracity of Christianity. The theological discipline requires a great deal of complex and critical thinking that is…

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The Danger of Conformity

In Korea, at the turn of the last century, there were no Christian churches – then, as a result of sparks from Azusa Street, God moved through the nation. Seoul was so impacted by spiritual renewal that it became known as the second Jerusalem. Then sadly and suddenly, the Japanese Occupation of Korea took place.…

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The Power of the Finite

Little things are powerful determinates. There is an old poem that declares: For want of a nail the shoe was lost. For want of a shoe the horse was lost. For want of a horse the rider was lost. For want of a rider the battle was lost. For want of a battle the kingdom…

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