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Is Roman Catholicism Preaching the Gospel? - Session 4: Can Evangelicals Be United with Rome?

17 Apr 2021 | Leonardo De Chirico

Roman Catholicism is the largest religious group in the world. Wherever you are, you are dealing with it. In recent decades it has become welcoming, wanting all Christians to be “united” in some form or another. Yet, in spite of all the changes, Roman Catholicism is not based on the Bible alone. To more or lesser degrees all Catholic doctrines and practices are the result of a flawed theological method which is not governed by Scripture alone, but by a self-authenticating tradition which is administered by the authority of the Roman Church.

Is Roman Catholicism Preaching the Gospel? - Session 3: The Catholic Church & Pope Francis

17 Apr 2021 | Leonardo De Chirico

Roman Catholicism is the largest religious group in the world. Wherever you are, you are dealing with it. In recent decades it has become welcoming, wanting all Christians to be “united” in some form or another. Yet, in spite of all the changes, Roman Catholicism is not based on the Bible alone. To more or lesser degrees all Catholic doctrines and practices are the result of a flawed theological method which is not governed by Scripture alone, but by a self-authenticating tradition which is administered by the authority of the Roman Church.

Is Roman Catholicism Preaching the Gospel? - Session 1: Same Words, Same Gospel?

17 Apr 2021 | Leonardo De Chirico

Roman Catholicism is the largest religious group in the world. Wherever you are, you are dealing with it. In recent decades it has become welcoming, wanting all Christians to be “united” in some form or another. Yet, in spite of all the changes, Roman Catholicism is not based on the Bible alone. To more or lesser degrees all Catholic doctrines and practices are the result of a flawed theological method which is not governed by Scripture alone, but by a self-authenticating tradition which is administered by the authority of the Roman Church.

Is Roman Catholicism Preaching the Gospel? - Session 2: Why "Roman" and Why "Catholicism?"

17 Apr 2021 | Leonardo De Chirico

Roman Catholicism is the largest religious group in the world. Wherever you are, you are dealing with it. In recent decades it has become welcoming, wanting all Christians to be “united” in some form or another. Yet, in spite of all the changes, Roman Catholicism is not based on the Bible alone. To more or lesser degrees all Catholic doctrines and practices are the result of a flawed theological method which is not governed by Scripture alone, but by a self-authenticating tradition which is administered by the authority of the Roman Church.

Redeeming Power - Session 1: Power Defined

20 Mar 2021 | Diane Langberg

Leadership is very important from a Biblical perspective. Jesus said, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” However, leadership can be abused. The body of Christ desperately needs to understand the form power takes, how it can be abused, and how to respond to abuses of power.

Session 1 - Power Defined: This session will discuss the idea of where power comes from, as well as understanding the different types of power.

 

Today's Forgotten Majority within the Church: Singles

25 May 2020 | Kevin Conway

The modern church seems to have almost forgotten ‘singles’ who now make up the majority of congregants in the West. On the one hand, the Old Testament indicates that being single was rare. On the other hand, the New Testament teaches more positively about being single. By developing a theology of singleness from both the Old and New Testaments, this workshop communicates a biblical perspective of celibacy for the church today.

 

Christianity and Science: Friends or Foes?

27 May 2020 | Stefan Gustavsson

One of the main objections against Christianity is often thought to be science. The popular notion is that Christianity and science are at odds with each other and that a thinking person is forced to choose one over against the other. But this is not true, neither historically when we look at the origin and growth of science nor today when we look at the findings of science.

 

Euthanasia: Making the Case for Caring, Not Killing

24 May 2020 | Chris Buttenshaw

Across Europe and beyond, care for those who are dying and the debate on euthanasia in its many forms is on the political and cultural agenda – in truth, as it always has been. As Christians, any discussion about suffering, life and death must be framed in the context of faith in a sovereign God whose love and attention does not waver according to our circumstances and whose ways are beyond our understanding.