Thursday, November 30, 2006

“Second Sight”

Susan Garrett, Professor of New Testament

“Second Sight”

Psalm 22:1-11; Mark 8:27-38
October 13, 2006

The ideas we form of how others should act may keep us from understanding others and ourselves. We can be so blinded by our expectations of others that we can't accept them being or doing something new. Listen to the sermon. Read the sermon in PDF format.

Luke 19:1-10

Marion L. Soards, Professor of New Testament

Sept. 22, 2006

"Jesus' encounter with Zacchaeus in Luke 19 illustrates the eternal truth that God's grace saves us in and through Jesus Christ. That is, grace takes us and makes us to be the people that God would have us to be." Listen to the sermon. Read the sermon in PDF format.

Is God a Man of War?

Johanna W. H. Bos, Dora Pierce Professor of Bible and Professor of Old Testament

Isaiah 42:10-17
September 15, 2006

Have we moved beyond the mind of the three-year-old in our naming and imagery of God? How we speak and think about God can have a profound impact on our actions.
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Psalm 125

Patricia Kathleen Tull, A. B. Rhodes Professor of Old Testament

Sept. 8, 2006

Psalm 125 proclaims that those who trust in God are are "like Mount Zion, which can never be moved, but abides forever." Ironically, Mount Zion has historically been located in three separate places in the course of Jerusalem's history. This sermon explores the ways that even this fact helps us better understand the nature of trust in God, which is always on the move, yet is rooted in the bedrock of divine faithfulness. Listen to the sermon. Read the sermon in PDF format.