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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #9

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Today we look at the new covenant instituted by Jesus, and how it is the fulfillment of all of the other covenants in the Bible....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #8

The temple

The covenant with David is about how God rules and protects His people....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #7

Rembrandt 10 Commandments

Today, we look at the covenant God made with Moses and Israel surrounding the Ten Commandments and the law of God....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #6

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This week, we learn about the covenant God made with Abraham, and what circumcision has to do with God's promises....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #5

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This week, we look at the third covenant in the Bible, the covenant God made with Noah (and the animals)....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #4

tree of knowledge of good and evil

Today we look at the covenant that God made with Adam....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #2

Easter-2019

A deeper look at the different parts of a covenant, and why Abram fell asleep before the ratification of God's covenant with him....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #3

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God created the heavens and the earth in a personal, covenantal way....

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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #1

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This is the first in a series on the topic of covenant theology....

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What Is Lent and Why Can't You Eat Chocolate?

Lent reminds us that suffering is not pointless, that there must be a death in order to be a resurrection....

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Three Days Later

We ask God why he did not help. The worst answer of them all is, "I could have helped but chose not too." In John 11, Jesus faces the pain of that answer for the first time. What can we learn from his tears? This blog post was inspired by reading Telling the Truth: The Gospel as Tragedy, Comedy, and Fairy Tale Oct 26, 1977 by Frederick Buechner...

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Ladies Helping Distribute Communion

Over the past few weeks, you may have noticed some changes during communion. We have started inviting women, typically but not exclusively, the wives of elders, to distribute the elements with the elders. I would like to briefly explain why we have made this change. ...

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Sitting at the Feet of Theologians

As Presbyterians, we're known for being "smart" Christians, though at times passionless for worship, evangelism and missions. While some might say the antidote for this sloth is greater personal commitment, a recasting of the vision, a shift in preaching, or all of the above, I would redirect us back to, of all things, a deep, refreshing reading and immersion in good theol...

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Why do I have to go to Church every week?

Your kids have asked you this question. Actually, let’s just admit it- you’ve asked this question. Why do I have to go to church every week? It’s not always fun, I have lots of other things I could be working on, and I don’t always feel very spiritual. Some weeks I’d rather avoid church and churchy people altogether. So, will God be mad at me if I miss churc...

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Don't Miss Out on Easter!

Many of us miss Easter. It lies tucked into the busyness of Spring. Missing it could be the worst mistake you ever make. ...

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A Short Case for Infant Baptism

Infant baptism is a hot theological topic that often divides Christians. To get past the rhetoric and misconceptions, let's look at what the Presbyterian theology of infant baptism actually is. ...

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