Monthly Archives: August 2009

RFG sermon series ideas: The Solution

Tim Keller’s The Reason for God sermon series ideas. The Solution Luke 1:1-4; Luke 24:13-32 Key Thought: Jesus’ bodily resurrection happened historically and is culturally and personally relevant and challenging, a challenge we cannot simply dismiss. Historical Context: · Luke investigates this … Continue reading

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RFG sermon series ideas: Let’s Dance

Tim Keller’s The Reason for God sermon series ideas. Let’s Dance John 17:13-24 Key Thought: God’s creation is an outpouring from the fullness of His love, and our part in creation is joining in that dance with Him and each other. Historical … Continue reading

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RFG sermon series ideas: The Problem

Tim Keller’s The Reason for God sermon series ideas. The Problem John 6:26-58 Key Thought: Evil results from our choosing other than God, suffering draws us back to God, the Bread of Life which satisfies what the world can never satisfy. Historical … Continue reading

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RFG sermon series ideas: Faith, Reason and the Clues of God

Tim Keller’s The Reason for God sermon series ideas. Faith, Reason and the Clues of God Sermon Passage: Luke 24:33-42 Multi-media Ideas: Nacho Libre clip on religion/science would be good at beginning, Beautiful Mind marriage proposal clip would be good to wrap … Continue reading

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RFG sermon series ideas: Speak the Truth in Love

Tim Keller’s The Reason for God sermon series ideas. Speak the Truth in Love James 2:1-17 Key Thought: Speak the truth in love-and live it. Historical Context: James calls for faith in action, which is love in action. Sermon Points: Doubt: The … Continue reading

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RFG sermon series ideas: The Truth–Why?

 Tim Keller’s The Reason for God sermon series ideas. The Truth-Why? Galatians 2:4-16 Key Thought: The truth will set you free. Historical Context: · Council at Jerusalem-Paul confronts Peter for wanting to please the Judaizers and corrupting the truth of the Gospel … Continue reading

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Norris’ "Epistemology" Ch3.IV2-V: Derrida

Book Discussion of Christopher Norris’ “Epistemology: Key Concepts in Philosophy” Chapter 3: ‘Fog Over Channel, Continent Isolated’: Epistemology in the ‘Two Traditions’ – Section IV, Part 2-Section V. Derrida.Section IV, Part 2 “There is plentiful evidence in the writings of … Continue reading

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Norris’ "Epistemology" Ch3.IV / Part 1: Bachelard

Book Discussion of Christopher Norris’ “Epistemology: Key Concepts in Philosophy” Chapter 3: ‘Fog Over Channel, Continent Isolated’: Epistemology in the ‘Two Traditions’ – Section IV. Part 1: Bachelard. The shifting pattern of response is not “restricted to the work of … Continue reading

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Norris’ "Epistemology" Ch3.III

Book Discussion of Christopher Norris’ “Epistemology: Key Concepts in Philosophy” Chapter 3: ‘Fog Over Channel, Continent Isolated’: Epistemology in the ‘Two Traditions’ – Section IIIPost-Kantian developments, like non-Euclidean geometries and a relativistic conception of space-time, had a lot to do … Continue reading

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Norris’ "Epistemology" Ch3.II / Part 2: Koyré

Book Discussion of Christopher Norris’ “Epistemology: Key Concepts in Philosophy” Chapter 3: ‘Fog Over Channel, Continent Isolated’: Epistemology in the ‘Two Traditions’ – Section II. Part 2: Koyré (Norris does not split the section into parts.) Alexandre Koyré also transcends … Continue reading

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