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Oct
31

5 Reasons We Need to Remember the Reformation

Luther and the Reformers

In honor of Reformation Day, we thought that we would run a post that originally appeared here two years ago. Growing up, I knew almost nothing about the Reformation. I had a vague awareness of something that some people somewhere in the church celebrated about the same time of year that I was obsessing over…
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Oct
31

Worship on Earth as it is in Heaven: The Great Surprise

Stained glass image of Jesus with lamb

What is the difference between unworthiness and worthlessness? How should the humility of Christ inform our worship? What is the significance of the scroll in Revelation 5? We asked Art Azurdia… Listen to sermon: Text: Revelation 5:1-7 Why does John in this text make such a big deal of the fact that no one is…
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Oct
30

A Holy Indifference

river

A few years ago, when my wife and I first began going up to kayak on the Pend Oreille River, I would hike around and look at some of the places where people lived. I wanted to know what it was like to live on a river in such a pristine part of the country.…
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Oct
29

The Bible is (also) the Word of Man

Young man reading small Bible

The Bible is the Word of man. Now, it is not merely the Word of man or only the Word of man. It is far more than that; it is also the Word of God. Lest anyone doubt my commitment to the divine character of the Bible, let me state unequivocally, The Bible is the…
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Oct
28

Health and Healthcare in Ancient Israel

Flat line alert on a heart monitor - 3d render on detail pixellated screen

With Tim Harmon (MABTS student) It’s been a fact of life since the Fall: we all get sick. Whether due to our phobias or our finances, we’d all like to avoid the doctor’s office if we can help it. But the next time we find ourselves grumbling over our co-pay, it’s worth considering how our…
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