People often have questions about the claims of historic Christianity. Over the last decade some of these questions have shifted from key doctrines of the faith (inerrancy of the Bible, the resurrection) to social and cultural concerns (race, gender, sexuality). People want to know if Christianity is good not if it is true. Whatever the question, our faith should be able to withstand these queries.
Going into this election year, we sensed it would be especially important to, not ignore some of the serious questions people have about Christianity, but to address them head on: What does the Bible say about LGBTQ, Politics, Race, Science, and more. That’s what we’ll be doing over the next couple of months: raising a cultural question and answering it from the counsel of Scripture.
Join us this Sunday as we begin a new series: Questioning Christianity
Preaching Schedule (tentative)
|February 9||Cultural Apologetics|
|March 15||The Arts|
Series design based on original artwork by hannahlynn.net