Tag Archives: Doctrine of the Trinity

“The Christ of Christmas: His Humanity” (John 1:14 sermon)

Several years ago, the President of Ursuline College made headlines when she decided to move into the women’s dorm at the college. So many college professors and administrators are accused of living in their academic “ivory towers,” far removed from … Continue reading

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“When I say ‘God’ …”

Jesus’ final command to His disciples in the Book of Matthew is well-known to many: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching … Continue reading

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“Our Triune God”

Matthew 3:16-17                      “Our Triune God”  Some years ago, my sister served as an English teacher in a Chinese college with our SBC Journeyman program.  She could not initiate any “evangelism” per se, but she was allowed to respond to any … Continue reading

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