Evidence of something beyond nature

“At the Veritas Forum at Harvard, Oxford Mathematician John Lennox argues that there is evidence of transcendence beyond nature. Semiotics–signs like letters and numbers–cannot be explained in a purely reductionist fashion but require an appeal to the mind.”

Feed my sheep

In this sermon, Roger Salter examines John 21:1-19, reflecting on Christ’s words to Peter about his ministry.

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A biblical view of baptism

First and foremost, baptism is important. It is so important, in fact, that Jesus himself participated in it. Not only did he give us baptism, as he also did with the Lord’s Supper, but he underwent baptism. Luke 3:21 says that, “When all the people were being baptized, Jesus was baptized too.” He set the example, leading his flock both to and through the waters of baptism. He did not do this because he needed to be baptized, but because he was showing that baptism is an important step, the first step, on the journey of a Christian life.

God aids the needy

In this sermon, Roger Salter examines 1 Kings 8:37-43, reflecting on Christ’s revelation of himself. “Solomon’s prayer of dedication for the temple is a great encouragement to the people of God when applied to our own circumstances. We know the fallibility and sinfulness and neediness …

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