Today we looked at the topic of believer's baptism vs. infant baptism. While this can be a touchy subject and not one that is a salvation issue, it is also not irrelevant. Why do some Christians believe in infant baptism and why does our church not practice it?
In Sunday school Jerry and Mark discussed some of what Scripture teaches about the challenging and comforting doctrine of God's providence. What does providence really mean? Does God's providence include human sin? If so, how are we to make sense of this?
Scott preached an excellent message covering the last half of the 10 Commandments. Please listen if you have the time! The message brings us close enough to Sinai to feel the weight of God's law before reminding us powerfully of the Gospel.
Greg Rentz led us for the first time in congregational prayer during his first Sunday service an elder at NAC!
Jerry, Fred, Greg, and Mark discuss how there is much confusion about the meaning and significance of biblical inerrancy today. As Christians we must carefully study to grasp these concepts so that we will be less vulnerable to those who undermine them.
Today Jerry, Fred, Greg, and Mark helped walk us through much of the The Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy which was written by some great theologians 42 years ago in 1978. This document is no less relevant today than when it was written!
Christians often struggle to understand exactly how or if the Sabbath laws apply to us today. In this sermon we examined 10 passages from Genesis to Revelation that help us make sense of the Sabbath as New Covenant believers.
[For a more in depth treatment of the issue, you can read this excellent essay.]
The three topics we covered today concerning Scripture are extremely important but often not understood properly. Understanding these helps grasp the meaning and significance of the doctrine of Sola Scriptura.