Introduction to a two-part series I preached at Wheaton Christian Reformed Church

In thinking about right and wrong, for ourselves and for others, we use rationales to explain why some things are wrong and some things are right (the question of ethics) Here are some rationales that are used to determine right and wrong.

All of those rationales have some validity. My purpose in these two sermons is to help you formulate a Christian ethic (a Christian way of thinking about right and wrong). A Christian ethic is Christ-centered. It takes into account the person and work of Jesus. Why is it important to have a Christian ethic?

Presentations on the Nicene Creed.

Sermon on the Beautitudes- indications of spiritual health


Sermon presented before Chicago Metro Presbytery

Temptations of Jesus

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