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  • Sundays in July

This seminar will survey the history of the lordship controversy, with a biblical response to some of the most recent antinomian arguments.

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It is common to hear people, and even many Christians, speak of “therapeutic wholeness,” “forgiving themselves,” “getting rid of the guilts,” or “loving themselves more” in order maintain a feeling of personal goodness or innocence. To most, guilt is an enemy to be suppressed, often at the cost of repeated sin, pharmaceuticals, or other harmful solutions. But is guilt the enemy? And what role does your view of sin and guilt play in spiritual growth and sanctification?

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What does it mean to be called to preach? How would you know if you were? Today, the call to the ministry can be easily misunderstood. Some consider it to be mystical and subjective, others presume upon and abuse it, and others simply have questions about it. In any case, God’s Word provides abundant clarity for discerning this desire for the noble task of pastoral ministry.

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The believer in Jesus Christ cannot be ignorant of the hidden power of social media. Through it we are subtly drawn away from meaningful conversation into meaningless hours of scrolling through content and texting away our time. This seminar is designed to help you think through some of the most common issues and temptations concerning our use of the internet—perhaps some that even you or your family may not recognize. This seminar will also provide some helpful applications that will prepare you for the days ahead in this internet-driven world.

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This is a condensed study of the deity and incarnation of Christ, answering some of the hard questions regarding how the “fullness of deity” can exist in bodily form. How do we understand Christ’s omniscience, omnipresence, omnipotence, and other incommunicable attributes that are essential to “the fullness of deity” and still affirm that Jesus was fully and genuinely human? Also, is he eternally subordinate to His Father, or is the obedience spoken of in texts like John 4:3 and 5:30 a feature that is unique to the incarnation?

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The charismatic movement points proudly to its early leaders, men and women referred to as “God’s Generals” through whom the Holy Spirit moved mightily. This seminar will look at the history of the charismatic movement and see that “God’s Generals” were, in fact, not very godly. By examining these negative examples, we can draw tremendous help in our own growth in godliness through the Spirit’s true work in our lives.

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Whether you are married, single, a teenager, or a great grandmother, this session will encourage you to take every opportunity to share your love of the Bible with the children in your life, especially at the Bible study level. We don’t want to waste one moment with the children, so our focus will be on some fun techniques to practice to help kids fall in love with the Word of God.

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Why is the perception of conflict between Scripture and science so prevalent? Using illustrations from space flight and the history of science, this seminar will demonstrate the fallacy of that perception and how scientific endeavor instead manifests obedience to the dominion mandate.

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