In this, the second sermon in a series on the Lord's Prayer we consider the petition, "Your kingdom come, your will be done on earth". Yet the Bible teaches that God is and always has been the sovereign ruler of heaven and earth, so in what sense is his kingdom still awaited? The answer lies in the qualifying statement 'in earth AS it is in heaven'.
A message given at the recognition service for a newly appointed church pastor. We consider Caleb as a role-model and object lesson for pastors and Christians today, considering his excitement over the Land (picturing salvation), his disappointment with his fellow Israelites and his fulfilment in eventually possessing his inheritance.
In this popular-level lecture Professor Edgar Andrews examines three arguments commonly used by atheists to dismiss the claim that God created the universe. The lecture not only refutes these arguments but also weaves them together to show how taken together they actually imply the necessity of a creator God, driving the atheist into a logical cul-de-sac from which (the lecture argues) escape is impossible.