The Shroud of Turin

May 2, 2017

The Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin and how it relates to Jesus It says in the Bible that when Jesus died He was wrapped in a burial cloth and placed in a tomb.  After He was resurrected, the burial wrappings were all that was left there for Peter and John to find.  Many people believe that the […]

March 26, 2016

Was the Resurrection a Myth? The creed that says no

The resurrection of Christ is the climax of the Bible.  God entered into history and defeated death.  It doesn’t get more miraculous than that!  The Christian faith depends on this event.  If Christ is not resurrected then all you are left with is a watered-down Christianity that simply follows the moral teachings of a man […]

December 17, 2015

The Prophecy of the Virgin Birth

The Prophecy of the Virgin Birth

The post-modern world tells us not to believe that Isaiah 7:14 really predicted the virgin birth of Jesus Christ.  Even some Christians have bought into the onslaught of skepticism and flat-out propaganda that surrounds this verse.  But what is the truth?  Did Isaiah really predict the virgin birth of Jesus 750 or so years before […]

December 3, 2015

The Immanuel Prophecy in Isaiah

The Immanuel Prophecy in Isaiah

It doesn’t get any more controversial than Isaiah chapter seven, verse 14.  This is especially true at this time of year.  Atheists attack it relentlessly.  Christians defend it passionately.  Scholars are all over the place on it.  People on all sides dig themselves into their positions, not wanting to give anything to the other side.  […]

May 28, 2015

The Last Words of Jesus: Acts 1

We can all imagine being on a plane, and the pilot comes over the speaker and says that both engines are gone, and the plane is going down.  At that point you know that you only have a minute, so you pick up the phone and you make that call to your loved ones, and […]

March 12, 2015

Jesus and Isaac: Divine Similarities

Jesus and Isaac:  Divine Similarities

Most people know the story of Abraham being told to sacrifice Isaac.  A lot of people find this story disturbing.  In fact, this story is attacked by atheists, skeptics, and even some Christians for being immoral.  After all, how can we explain a loving God telling his devoted follower to kill his own child.  Sure, […]

May 20, 2014

Sermon on Daniel 12: “Be a Star!”

Sermon on Daniel 12:  "Be a Star!"

All of us want to be stars.  It might be a star athlete, a star actor, a star singer, or even just a star in the office, but we all want to be stars.  The problem is no matter how successful we are our stars will all eventually fade away.  However, in chapter 12, Daniel […]

May 20, 2014

Be a Star: Daniel 12

Be a Star:  Daniel 12

Everyone has watched American Idol, or the Voice, or one of those other star-making shows.  Some people can’t get enough of them.  I’ve noticed that every time they interview a contestant, the theme is always, “I was born to be a star.”  Every person on those shows wants to be the next big star.  In […]

May 15, 2014

Sermon on Daniel 11: “The Hope of a Happy Ending”

Sermon on Daniel 11:  "The Hope of a Happy Ending"

The interpretation of Daniel’s last vision is given in chapter 11.  The angel explains to Daniel that a series of oppressors will arrive in the future, including the evil Antiochus, and the future Antichrist.  It looks like a horrible future, but God leaves us with the hope of a happy ending, and thankfully, this hope […]

May 15, 2014

The Hope of a Happy Ending: Daniel 11

The Hope of a Happy Ending:  Daniel 11

There was a man who had faced some rough years.  He had been forced to live in Europe away from his home and his family.  It had been a struggle.  Money was nonexistent, the kids were rebelling, and his marriage was falling apart, but he was finally going home.  He was about to embark on […]

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