The Portrait & the Painter: The Image of God in Man (A Study in the Doctrine of Man and Sin)

INTRODUCTION: Let’s talk art. I for one have no real artistic ability. I can’t paint. I can’t draw. Even my stick figures leave something to be desired. I remember when I was younger, my father and I used to watch Bob Ross paint on TV. And we’d watch him (with that amazing head of hair), … Continue reading The Portrait & the Painter: The Image of God in Man (A Study in the Doctrine of Man and Sin)

“The Flood is Coming” (A Bible Study on Matthew 24:36-44)

There are always headlines that catch your eye if you're a Christian. We're immediately drawn to topics about abortion, the persecuted church, evangelism; and now, even gay marriage and transgenderism. And while these are all important issues that we're faced with in this country, and even globally; there's one thing that they always have in … Continue reading “The Flood is Coming” (A Bible Study on Matthew 24:36-44)

Natural Born Killers (A Biblical Examination of the 6th Commandment)

 INTRODUCTION:  In 1885, a man named William Palmer accompanied his friend, John Cook, to bet on some horse races in Shrewsbury, England. Palmer had been a chemist earlier in his life and then later became a physician; yet at some point, slowly, his life became encumbered with a large number of gambling debts. The only … Continue reading Natural Born Killers (A Biblical Examination of the 6th Commandment)

What Has My Blamelessness Done For Me Lately: A Bible Study on Job 35:1-8

The first thing that typically comes to one’s mind when they hear the name 'Job', is Job himself. Others might say the word 'Suffering', which is also fitting since the name 'Job' literally means “One who is persecuted”. We tend to think of 'the man' who lost everything he had and persevered to the end … Continue reading What Has My Blamelessness Done For Me Lately: A Bible Study on Job 35:1-8