After a question about Galatians 3, Dr. Kevin gives an explanation of the Law and how it relates to the Christian.
We just sent out our end-of-year email with some pretty exciting updates from this past year.
This is the discussion of Jesus’ works…as his two natures are involved with his person. Also known as the genus apotelesmaticum. Which is the Latin the Church has used to talk about this. But don’t let that scare you!
Dr. Kevin covers John 6:15-21 this week.
We started digging in to the two natures in Christ last week. We continue that journey today by studying the genus idiomaticum.
After being away last week for Thanksgiving, Dr. Kevin goes through the beginning of chapter 6.
We are very excited to announce that, effective December 2, 2019, we have been granted Recognized Service Organization status with the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. This is a big deal for us and we are grateful for the trust and collaboration extended to us by our denomination. To learn more about what it means to be an RSO, visit http://www.lcms.org/RSO. Crucial …
There is joy in working through and understanding difficult theological subjects. Because we are getting to know our Savior better when we do.
Dr. Kevin answers questions about the Lord’s Supper as the study continues in John 6.
Habakkuk teaches us that the righteous will live by faith. We believe God’s promises. When it looks as though He’s doing nothing, when it looks as though evil is winning, we trust God’s promises because they are kept in Christ.