What Jesus said and what Jesus did can’t be in opposition

Lee Gatiss has written an interesting post on the Church Society website. You can read it here. His essential argument appears to be, just because

Does an eternal Hell call into question a loving God?

This is a common question. How can a loving God send somebody to Hell, for all eternity? Sometimes the question concerns whether that can possibly

How to know God loves you

I’ve gotten in trouble lately for being negative and not positive enough. Sorry about that. I’ve been ticked off for daring to say that sin,

Why I loathe the false dichotomy of win the person or win the argument

I’m sure you’ve found yourself in a discussion and, at some point, somebody throws out the line, ‘you’re more concerned about winning the argument.’ It

Personal happiness, as we judge it, can’t be our ultimate goal

‘This isn’t what I want for my life right now and I am unhappy because of this.’ So ran the line offered in a programme

Our community will compel people to consider Christ – that’s often the problem

Yesterday, I uploaded a clip from our latest sermon in Acts 2. Here is another clip from that same sermon. We considered the compelling apologetic

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