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Mere Christianity Episode 20

After dealing with vice from hell, Lewis begins a discussion of the virtues that come from heaven. 

Join the discussion in the Knowing God With Heart and Mind Facebook group.

Let the Redeemed Say So

Psalm 107 describes constant grace and commitment to the salvation of God's people. So, why aren't more of the people who call upon the Name of the Lore more committed to the Lord? 

In this episode we discuss the vice the C.S. Lewis says comes straight from hell. Can you guess what it is?

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God So Loved

This message is from Hosea 11. How familiar are you with the prophet Hosea? Did you know that God required him to be wed to a woman who was guaranteed to be unfaithful? Why would God do that? How does Hosea's strange love story relate to the story of God's love for us?

Perhaps the most unpopular Christian virtue, after chastity, is forgiveness. It sounds good but doing so is very difficult. Yet, it has eternal consequences. 

On Sunday, July 28, 2019, Pastor Dan welcomed Lori Kate Lowenhar and Leah Duke. Lori shared their family's very special story of commitment to Christ and her life as a Christian wife, mother, and musician/evangelist in Israel. Here you listen to a taste of the wonderful music. 

View the slides Lori presented here.

Be sure to visit https://www.onelevoneheart.com/ to learn more. 

 

Mere Christianity Episode 17

In this episode we talk bout Christian marriage. Jack's perspective will resonate with some and disturb others. 

Pay It Forward

Speaker, comedian and compassionate Christian Tony Wolf shared this message at Shiloh and now you can hear it too. You can contact Tony at www.tonywolf.com

Mere Christianity Episode 16

"Jack" discusses Christian morality and sex. We do our best to expand upon his thought. Is chastity a virtue? Why? Is it impossible? Repression? Join the discussion in the Knowing God With Heart and Mind Facebook group.

Mere Christianity Episode 15

How does God evaluate psychological health against moral decisions? How do we reconcile modern psychology and Christian morality? Join the discussion in the Knowing God With Heart and Mind Facebook group.

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