Twitter Free Sermon Powerpoint Slides Free Small Group Bible Studies I Doubt, Part 2 by Andrew Corbett | August 27, 2017 | Apologetics | 0 Comments We are divinely designed to doubt! Doubt should be a normal healthy human response to an unsubstantiated claim. Doubt says, I won’t believe this unless I have good reasons to. When it comes to belief in God, more and more people have moved from doubt to cynicism largely because they believe there are no reasons or evidences for the existence of the God of the Bible. All too often those who do believe in God promote the incorrect idea that belief in God is a solely a matter of faith – without any need for rational evidence. Little wonder then many doubters in God have become convinced there is no God. There are some good reasons to doubt God’s existence, but some even better reasons to doubt these doubts! Read More I Doubt, Part 1 by Andrew Corbett | August 26, 2017 | Apologetics | 0 Comments The fact that we all doubt to some extent suggests that each of us shares in the universal human craving to not be deceived and that we all intuitively want to know the truth. Even when it comes to Biblical spirituality, rather than seeing doubt as spiritually negative, it can actually be a positive. After all, appropriate doubt can protect us from injury and even galvanise our worthy convictions. Doubt is not incompatible with Christianity. Read More Who Does God Think He Is? by Andrew Corbett | November 26, 2016 | Apologetics | 0 Comments If, for some impossible reason, the position for “God” became vacant, what might the job description look like? Being a Judge would definitely be listed. Judging is a god-like activity, and the God of the Universe would have to be the Ultimate Judge of that Universe. In sustaining the Universe and the required justice that this involves, it can be seen from the Bible that God appoints some human beings to serve as His deputies – as judges. Read More The Search For Significance by Andrew Corbett | October 29, 2016 | articles, Pastoral | 0 Comments What is the point to life? How can we find significance for who we are and what we do? Some people look to their work, their money, their relationships, but these things cannot deliver the significance we all crave for. Read More About The Omnipresence Of The Risen Christ by Andrew Corbett | October 15, 2016 | Apologetics, Pastoral | 0 Comments It would be easy to think that the Bible presents an unimaginably glorious picture of God. After all, He is described as being light. His appearance seems radiate the kind of light that not only blinds the viewer but also attracts them as well. The light that God emanates is not the photonic light of this temporal dimension, but the kind of light which only eternity can sustain. It is the kind of light that warms and comforts those who are drawn to it and the kind of light that warns and exposes those who try to run from it. God’s eyes are described as being like fire – they pierce the soul of the onlooker. When He speaks His voice is variously described as being like mighty thunder or the sound of many crashing waters over a gigantic waterfall. When He speaks, whatever He decrees happens. Everyone who is permitted to be in His immediate presence is not only overcome with a sense of their deepest purpose being awoken – to fully worship the Most Glorious Being in the Universe – but also to discover that in so doing, their deepest longings are infinitely satisfied. Thus, every picture of God on His Throne which the Bible reveals to us is a scene of unimaginable worship. But even though it would be easy to think that the Bible presents an unimaginably glorious picture of God, it declares that what we see is actually just a dim view! Read More Follow us on TwitterMy Tweets Recent Posts A Theology of Sexuality The 5 Pillars Of Christianity Is Tithing For Today? I Doubt, Part 2 I Doubt, Part 1 Top Pages home Search for: i Articles Read articles about ethics, apologetics, philosophy, public policy discussions here z Audio Archives Listen to or download hundreds of teaching audios. Search by categories, topics and Scripture passages. Teaching Videos View hundreds of teaching videos here. Invite a ‘virtual’ guest speaker by using these videos. Free Resources Choose from hundreds of Printable, free, and downloadable, Bible Studies, and Sermon Powerpoints/Keynotes.