Hosea: We Are All Gomers

We are starting our study on the Minor Prophets tonight with Hosea.  I would encourage you to read Hosea 1-3, and consider the following: Hosea is the perfect opening book for the minor prophets because it clearly shows the relationship between the redeeming power of God and the radically depraved nature of man.  If you … Continue reading

Youth Bible Study Notes

We looked at justification this evening (the first of two weeks on the topic) by discussing Luke 7:36-50.   The first thing we did was compare two characters in the story: the woman and the host.  Think about this.  The host was a Pharisee, a well respected religious leader of the day.  He was seen … Continue reading

Notes From Tonight’s Lesson

Here are my notes from tonight’s lecture.  I used notes from reading Tim Keller’s Reason For God, as well as notes from other apologetics classes I have had at RTS.  Feel free to ask questions.   What is Scripture?  God’s Word, Infallible and Inerrant. -Word from God.  Because God is relational, and we are made in his … Continue reading

Luke 14:15-24

This morning’s lesson was on the parable of the great banquet feast.   Luke 14:15   When one of those who reclined at table with him heard these things, he said to him, “Blessed is everyone who will eat bread in the kingdom of God!” 16 But he said to him, “A man once gave a … Continue reading