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Philippians 3:8-11: Is Christianity Homophobic? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

Philippians 3:8-11: Is Christianity Homophobic? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

August 22, 2021

Welcome to the 4th sermon in our series on hard questions. (4 of 4)

It seems we live in a world of dichotomies: some people seem to be afraid to ask questions, while others seem to be afraid to give answers. There are so many opinions, so many “what about’s,” so much information that can render us almost paralyzed. What should we think? What should we believe? What should we do? In our context, many of those questions and doubts and critiques are directed at Christians and/or Christianity. Some seem pretty fair, some seem pretty far fetched.

We’re going to take the month of August and, with the help of some guest preachers, explore some of the hard questions about Christianity. How do we ask good questions? What about God and suffering? How can people claim an “exclusive” belief? Doesn’t religion lead to violence? Is Christianity homophobic? We are excited to welcome some wonderful, Christian thinkers in these areas to help us navigate Scripture and culture and belief and sort through some hard questions for Christianity.

John 14:1-6: How Can We Claim Jesus is the Only Way? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

John 14:1-6: How Can We Claim Jesus is the Only Way? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

August 15, 2021

Welcome to the 3rd sermon in our series on hard questions. (3 of 4)

It seems we live in a world of dichotomies: some people seem to be afraid to ask questions, while others seem to be afraid to give answers. There are so many opinions, so many “what about’s,” so much information that can render us almost paralyzed. What should we think? What should we believe? What should we do? In our context, many of those questions and doubts and critiques are directed at Christians and/or Christianity. Some seem pretty fair, some seem pretty far fetched.

We’re going to take the month of August and, with the help of some guest preachers, explore some of the hard questions about Christianity. How do we ask good questions? What about God and suffering? How can people claim an “exclusive” belief? Doesn’t religion lead to violence? Is Christianity homophobic? We are excited to welcome some wonderful, Christian thinkers in these areas to help us navigate Scripture and culture and belief and sort through some hard questions for Christianity.

Genesis 4:1-14: Doesn’t Religion Lead to Violence? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

Genesis 4:1-14: Doesn’t Religion Lead to Violence? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

August 8, 2021

Welcome to the 2nd sermon in our series on hard questions. (2 of 4)

It seems we live in a world of dichotomies: some people seem to be afraid to ask questions, while others seem to be afraid to give answers. There are so many opinions, so many “what about’s,” so much information that can render us almost paralyzed. What should we think? What should we believe? What should we do? In our context, many of those questions and doubts and critiques are directed at Christians and/or Christianity. Some seem pretty fair, some seem pretty far fetched.

We’re going to take the month of August and, with the help of some guest preachers, explore some of the hard questions about Christianity. How do we ask good questions? What about God and suffering? How can people claim an “exclusive” belief? Doesn’t religion lead to violence? Is Christianity homophobic? We are excited to welcome some wonderful, Christian thinkers in these areas to help us navigate Scripture and culture and belief and sort through some hard questions for Christianity.

Luke 19:1-10: What is the Role of Questions? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

Luke 19:1-10: What is the Role of Questions? (Hard Questions for Christianity)

August 1, 2021

Welcome to the 1st sermon in our series on hard questions. (1 of 4)

It seems we live in a world of dichotomies: some people seem to be afraid to ask questions, while others seem to be afraid to give answers. There are so many opinions, so many “what about’s,” so much information that can render us almost paralyzed. What should we think? What should we believe? What should we do? In our context, many of those questions and doubts and critiques are directed at Christians and/or Christianity. Some seem pretty fair, some seem pretty far fetched.

We’re going to take the month of August and, with the help of some guest preachers, explore some of the hard questions about Christianity. How do we ask good questions? What about God and suffering? How can people claim an “exclusive” belief? Doesn’t religion lead to violence? Is Christianity homophobic? We are excited to welcome some wonderful, Christian thinkers in these areas to help us navigate Scripture and culture and belief and sort through some hard questions for Christianity.

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