Some Thoughts on Mark 1, The Church, and Power

Part 3: What the Church Needs. Now. We've been taking the last Sunday of each month the past couple of months to visit other churches in our area. This, in conjunction with our travels to preach in various churches, gives us the opportunity to see how the Lord is working in our part of the… Continue reading Some Thoughts on Mark 1, The Church, and Power

Book Review: Mark

Title: Mark Author: RC Sproul Publisher: Reformation Trust Publishing Date: December 12, 2011 Pages: (e-pub version): 434 [The FCC has made it perfectly clear that if I do not abide by their rules, then someone may end up in trouble one way or another. So I am advised to tell you that I received this… Continue reading Book Review: Mark

New Pastor’s Prayer Thoughts, Mark 1-2

I have posted new prayer thoughts and homiletical points at A Pastor’s Prayer Journal. Here’s an excerpt: I have studied through Mark in depth five or six times and taught it in various situations at least four or five times. It is my favorite Gospel of the four perhaps because of it’s quick pace, literary… Continue reading New Pastor’s Prayer Thoughts, Mark 1-2

Pluralism and the Person of Jesus

“No serious discussion of the relation of Christianity to other faiths can proceed very far without coming to grips with the towering figure of Jesus. Sooner or later, the blunt question put by Jesus to his followers–‘Who do people say I am?’ (Mark 8:27 NIV)–must be confronted.”-Harold Netland, Dissonant Voices: Religious Pluralism and the Question… Continue reading Pluralism and the Person of Jesus