Sermons on Secularism


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The Foundation of a Nation

Introduction

This weekend we want to celebrate our nation's independence. We have very much to be grateful for. We pause to say "thank you" for fathers ...


Healing our nation depends on God's power working through humble, prayer-filled believers.


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Divine Revelation

Introduction

We've been in a series called "Can Smart People Believe in God?" Last week we had Dallas Willard with us to answer some tough questions, and ...


Six indicators of God's existence


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Without Knowledge We Perish

The story behind the series (from John Ortberg):

This series actually was inspired by Dallas Willard's book, Knowing Christ Today. The title of the series ...


An introduction to knowledge and worldview


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Pragmatism

Introduction

We have built in us the desire to see things work, and we are an inventive people. That's in part a by-product of living in our American culture. ...


It works, doesn't it?


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Happiness

Introduction

Peggy Noonan currently writes for the Wall Street Journal. She was at one time the speechwriter for Dan Rather for his radio program, as well ...


It's what I deserve


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Affluenza

Introduction

The next time you get a chance to go to the public library, check out the book A Material World. A photographer went around the world and ...


The disease of more


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Consumerism

Introduction

Paul Anka penned a song back in 1968 that was made famous by Frank Sinatra: "I'll Do It My Way." It became his signature song and rose as ...


I want it my way.


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Relativism

Introduction

Lately, I've been monitoring the gas pump—carefully. I know how many gallons will fit in my tank, so when I go to fill it up at $3 and ...


It's all a matter of perspective


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At Ease in Athens

Introduction

I was reading an article from Newsweek recently: "In Search of the Spiritual." Apparently, the religious website Beliefnet sends out more ...


Learning to name our idols


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A Man Like Us and a God Who Lives

Introduction

Elijah is one of the Bible's most dramatic characters, because he experienced the light of God's presence even when everything around him ...


No matter how dark the world becomes, God brings the light through people who believe in him.


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Merry Tifton

Introduction

Once upon a time, long ago and far away in a strange land, there lived a man by the name of John Baresford Tifton—a man of incredible ...


In the midst of our celebration, Jesus is trying to give us what we really need.


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The Stockholm Syndrome

For 21 years, elder Ted Childress was a member of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, specially trained as a hostage negotiator. He's lectured on this ...


Christians can be in the world and not of it by not taking the world into their hearts.


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