Christmas Myths

Scott Smith —  December 8, 2014 — 1 Comment

Introduction

mynotes[1]Recently, I ran across some notes I made several years ago in the days following Christmas. I’m not sure what inspired all my scrawling, but I had over a page of ‘notes to self’ as well as questions I jotted down for later research. That “later research” turned out to be Continue Reading…

“So, would you ever leave your faith?” That’s what I was asked. It had come out that I didn’t think evolution was plausible, and that I thought God better explained the facts.

My friend asked me, “So, what if evolution were proven? Would you leave?”

“Leave what”, I asked. “Christianity, or belief in God?” Continue Reading…

This is part 4 in my current Sunday School class called “What is God Like?” (If you’d like to learn more about the series, check this post.)

This week we looked briefly at God’s infinity, then began our journey exploring God’s relationship to time.

  • “What is God Like? – Exploring the Attributes of God, Part 4″
    Links:   audio  …  handout

And as always, if you end up following along with us, let me know . If you have any feedback, I’d love to hear it!

What is God Like? (pt 3)

Scott Smith —  September 28, 2014 — Leave a comment

This is part 3 in my current Sunday School class called “What is God Like?” (If you’d like to learn more about the series, check this post.)

This week we finished introducing some terms and concepts and began looking at our first attribute: aseity. Aseity simply means that God is self-existent and independent. God exists simply by virtue of his own nature.

  • “What is God Like? – Exploring the Attributes of God, Part 3″
    Links:   audio  …  handout

And as always, if you end up following along with us, let me know . If you have any feedback, I’d love to hear it!

Series: What is God Like?

Scott Smith —  September 26, 2014 — 2 Comments

This is a summary page for my Sunday School class called “What is God Like?

Here is the description I proposed:

Christianity isn’t only concerned with knowing God, but also with knowing about God. Unfortunately, when Continue Reading…