Part 8. Although there are so many different branches of Christianity, there is ultimately one universal Church, spread out across the entire globe. We are all united as followers of Jesus, giving our lives to him through one baptism.
Part 6. You can believe many things about Jesus, but if you don’t have the resurrection you don’t have the gospel. The resurrection and ascension are both absolutely vital to Christianity.
Part 3. Jesus, the son, is not a created being. He is eternal, completely God, and of the same essence as the Father. If he was just a man he could never save us. It is only because he is totally and completely God that … Continue reading “Jesus: Begotten, not Made”
Part 9. The final chapter tells us that trouble is coming (for the righteous); there will be judgment (of the wicked); and there will be resurrection. The day is coming when all wrongs will be made right.
Part 4. History is littered with empires who thought they would rule forever. Nebuchadnezzar is the classic example. He looks like he may well rule forever—but he doesn’t know history, he doesn’t know God, and he starts to believe his own PR.
Part 1. We love our towns, our cities, our country. But we don’t want to be colonised by the culture. Each of has to wrestle with this question: how do we live as faithful exiles?
Part 9. Very few societies in history have shown less regard for honouring parents, and older people, than ours does. Why is this? There are a whole range of reasons, but underneath it all is this: our culture has no hope beyond death. We trumpet … Continue reading “Honour Your Father and Mother”
Part 6. In our generation, the main commandment that the world objects to is the seventh. To most people today, it sounds arbitrary and backwards. So we need to ask the crucial question: why are those sexual restrictions there? We want to suggest three reasons—three … Continue reading “Faithful Sexuality”
Part 1. Far from being irrelevant, the Ten Commandments are God’s best way to live. We’ve all fallen short of them, but God has saved us anyway. Day by day, we can obey God’s word as we walk by the power of the Holy Spirit.