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A Word about Hell, A Word about Privilege

The story of the rich man and Lazarus is one of the best-known of Jesus’ parables in the New Testament. But what is it about? What is the point? It seems quite clear: the story is about hell. Perhaps every … Continue reading

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A People of Hope

By virtue of our union with Christ, we are a people of hope. It is true that because of Jesus we have hope. But there’s much more: since the hope isn’t bound to one subgroup of people or a single … Continue reading

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A Theological Vision for Our Church

There are many good deeds that we could give ourselves to, and many good churches whose example we could follow. But what does our Servant King want for us, for this church at this time in this city? What kind … Continue reading

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