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The Bible Is A Dangerous Book, Part 3

Posted in Bible by LifeSpringChurch on June 26th, 2016

This sermon is the last of a three-part series on the Bible and how to approach and understand it in a healthy way.  This sermon looks at the process of understanding scripture by describing how it was put together in its final form which we have today.  The sermon also looks at how Christians can be guilty of making the Bible irrelevant by using poor methods of reading and studying it.  The text for the sermon comes for 2 Peter 3:14-16.

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The Bible Is a Dangerous Book, Part 1

Posted in Bible, hermeneutics by LifeSpringChurch on June 15th, 2016

This sermon starts a 3-part series on how to read the Bible.  In part one we take a look at the dangers of cherry-picking scripture and ignoring context.  The text comes from 2 Timothy 3:14-17.

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The Authority of Scripture

Posted in Bible, inspiration, authority by LifeSpringChurch on November 18th, 2013

This sermon looks at the Bible as a knowable and dependable guide to life and our relationship to God.  The sermon also looks at the self-consciousness of biblical writers and how they  believed they were writing with divine inspiration.

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How We Got the Bible

Posted in Bible, Luke by LifeSpringChurch on November 9th, 2013

This sermon is the second in a series, and it takes its text from Luke 1:1-4 and 1 Peter 1:20,21.  The purpose of the sermon is go do a brief overview of how the Bible, in its present form, came to us over the centuries.  It also looks at how New Testament writers viewed Scripture in regard to its validity.

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Why is the Bible important?

Posted in Bible by LifeSpringChurch on November 4th, 2013

This sermon is the first in a series about the importance of the Bible.  This sermon looks at how God is communicating and persistent, as reflected in His unrelenting attempts to communicate with people expressing His will for the Creation.  This was delivered on 11/3/2013.

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