It Happened One Weekend, Part 2

If you take one thing from this controversial, confusing section of Peter's first letter, make sure it is this: Jesus is supreme.

It Happened One Weekend, Part 1

If you take one thing from this controversial, confusing section of Peter's first letter, make sure it is this: Jesus is supreme.

How to Handle an Atheist, Part 2

Greater than any philosophical or scientific argument is the aroma of Christ in the life of a believer. Love of neighbor. Joy in suffering. Kindness amidst persecution. These are apologetics the world has no answer for.

How to Handle an Atheist, Part 1

Greater than any philosophical or scientific argument is the aroma of Christ in the life of a believer. Love of neighbor. Joy in suffering. Kindness amidst persecution. These are apologetics the world has no answer for.

Question and Answer Program No. 40

Stephen and Scott discuss questions phoned in by listeners. Please note that there is NO transcript available for this program.

Living the Good Life, Part 1

Jesus promised gifts like abundant life, peace that passes understanding, and rest for weary hearts, but He never said these would come easy. The paradox of Christian living is that God’s free gifts are only realized when we pursue them at all costs.

Living the Good Life, Part 1

Jesus promised gifts like abundant life, peace that passes understanding, and rest for weary hearts, but He never said these would come easy. The paradox of Christian living is that God’s free gifts are only realized when we pursue them at all costs.

Uncommon and Unexpected, Part 1

The Christian life is not just the forgiven life; it is the forgiving life. If we are not progressing in compassion, we are only going through motions.

Uncommon and Unexpected, Part 1

The Christian life is not just the forgiven life; it is the forgiving life. If we are not progressing in compassion, we are only going through motions.

Paul on Mount Everest

"O the depths of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments, and His ways past finding out!" This is the only way Paul could end the eleventh chapter of his letter to the Romans. God is the epicenter of the Gospel, and Paul will make sure that both Jews and Gentiles never forget that.

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