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Praying for ISIS

The reports are sickening. Over the past several days we have heard one story after another recounting the attacks of Muslim militants upon Christians in various parts of the middle east. These attacks are precipitated upon the terrorists’ belief that the conflict between the Western world and the Muslim world is a religious conflict. They are correct. Leaders in the West continue to portray this as an ideological battle, or a battle between democratic freedom and third-world ignorance. Secular Western leaders refuse to realize that the horrors which spill out of these idolatrous lands are the endgame of their heathen theology, and that it has always been this way. Christians in the Middle East are paying for this error with their lives.

So what are Christians supposed to do when we read these heart-sickening reports of the precious lives of our brothers and sisters and their children being cut down in brutal ways by the murderous and bloodthirsty worshiper of Allah? Well, primarily we pray the Psalms. Especially the ugly ones.  Read more

April Book Club: Why the Filioque Matters

More thoughts on April’s book of the Month The Holy Spirit, by Sinclair Ferguson…

As we saw in the last post, Ferguson’s book on the Holy Spirit is so helpful and valuable because he does not merely camp out on the subject of tongues and miracles and various spiritual gifts, but rather He provides a foundational study on what the Scriptures teach concerning the Third Person of the Trinity. We cannot answer questions about modern day manifestations of the Spirit’s work unless we first understand who He is and what His function is in the Godhead and the Church.

Having done that work, Ferguson then proceeds to explain exactly why the Great Schism between the Western and Eastern churches that took place in 1054 was not a silly split over theological minutiae, but was in fact a “really big deal” that continues to matter.   Read more

Upcoming Events

3rd Annual Wrenn Drive Block Party

June 20, 2015 12:00 pm

Temptation and the Will of God – Duane Garner

James 1: 12-18

James begins his epistle with the statement that trials are inevitable, and a vital means for our maturity, but he warns us against blaming God for tempting us. This presents us with a theological puzzle. What is God’s role in permitting temptation in our lives and how does He answer the prayer the Lord Jesus taught us Read more

The Epistle of Jacob – Duane Garner

James 1:1-11
There are four men named “James” in the New Testament, and because of a weird twist in the evolution of language the English name “James” is really Hebrew name “Jacob”. The epistle of James, then, is the message of a New Testament Jacob written to the twelve scattered tribes of Israel, Read more

Walking With Jesus on Easter – Duane Garner

Luke 24:13-35

On the day of his resurrection, the Lord Jesus did not appear to everyone at once. He revealed Himself slowly to small groups of people – a couple here, and couple there. Our gospel reading today tells us how He spent the most of afternoon of that resurrection day walking with two sad disciples who Read more