We’re resuming our Thursday morning class at Northside with a continuation of “How to Study the Bible.” Today’s class continues lesson 3: Learning to Think Contextually. Download this lesson here.
The apostle Paul serves as one of the greatest examples of what committed confidence in Christ looks like. From Paul’s example, we learn that… Our Confidence is in Christ (2 Timothy 4:16-18; Ephesians 3:10-12; 6:19-20). Confidence Means Being Unashamed (Romans 1:16; Philippians 1:20; 2 Timothy 1:8). The Composition of Confidence (2 Timothy 1:6-7; Matthew 22:37-40; […]
I’m posting this clip from Northside’s Sunday morning Bible class on 12-5-21 in response to a comment posted by Richard Bow on “Common Objection to Baptism.” The comment, in part, reads… And yet, much, much earlier (in fact John the Baptist was still alive) in John 3:5-6 we see that Nicodemus’ New Birth (Regeneration) must result from […]
This comment was posted on the sermon video, Neither Catholic Nor Protestant. It was posted, no doubt, to serve as a criticism of the church of Christ. However, when someone is honest in their examination of the church of Christ, and then criticizes what they see in that examination, their criticism actually becomes an endorsement. The commenter thought these things were an indictment of the church of Christ. Here’s the comment: