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Study: Civilizational Collapse

Study: Civilizational Collapse

All the greatest empires and civilizations in world history eventually collapsed and historians have identified many natural causes for such decline (e.g., governmental, economic, environmental, social, etc.). As Christians, we are just as interested in theological...
Study: Church Membership

Study: Church Membership

Many churches (like ours) have an official process to join their membership. Is this really a biblical practice? The authors show that the Bible assumes the necessity of formal church membership so that we can fulfill the commands and apply the promises given to the...
Christian, Don’t Attend a Seder

Christian, Don’t Attend a Seder

Many Christians have an interest in learning more about the Hebrew “roots” of our holy religion. Learning more about biblical history is always a good thing, but the Seder Meal has nothing to offer in this regard. Join us this Wednesday at 6:00 pm to find out why the...
Study: The Life of David

Study: The Life of David

David was shepherd, a musician, a giant killer, a king, and a murderer. Most importantly, however, David was a man after God’s own heart. Join us for mid-week study each Wednesday at 6:00 pm as Pastor McShaffrey offers an overview of one of the Bible’s most central...
Study: Just War Theory

Study: Just War Theory

“Just War Theory” is an attempt to bring moral and ethical principles to bear upon the conflict that so often occurs between nations. Beginning with Aristotle and then Cicero, the subject has been studied extensively, but it was only in the Christian era, that men...
Study: The Witch of Endor

Study: The Witch of Endor

The strange episode recorded in 1 Samuel 28 raises many questions: Are ghosts real? Do witches have supernatural powers? Can we summon the dead at a seance? What does God think of occult practices like necromancy? Come find answers on Wednesday, February 9, at 6:00 pm...