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Author Archive: Matt Arnett

Objective Moral Values

Do you believe that there are certain things that are right and certain things that are wrong? This is what we call objective morals. We know that there are certain things that are definitely wrong. There are quite a few things I can think of that are definitely wrong. One example of something that is […]

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November 18, 2021

Last night we started on our new series, The Attributes of God. The first attribute we walked about was the infinitude of God. When we took a dive into Isaiah 40 and saw a variety of verses that talked about God’s infinitude. We also talked about how God would not be worth worshipping if He […]

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November 16, 2021

This week we start a new series. We will be discussing the attributes of God. We are going to start with the infinitude of God. There are many different routes we can take regarding the infinitude of God, but our main focus will be the immeasurability of our LORD. We want the students to understand […]

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The Resurrection

As Christians, Jesus is the center of our faith. We believe that He lived, died, and rose again. Out of those three things, the most difficult to understand would be his resurrection. The resurrection is vital. In fact, it is so important that Paul says in 1 Corinthians, “And if Christ has not been raised, […]

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November 10, 2021

Last night we completed our study through the book of Jonah. As we looked into chapter 4, we saw that Jonah was exceedingly angry at the mercy and love God had toward Nineveh. Jonah had a really poor attitude throughout this entire story, except when he benefited from the plant God created for him. This […]

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November 4, 2021

Good afternoon, brothers and sisters! Last night we took a deep dive into Jonah chapter 3. We took notice of the major theme of this chapter, which is repentance. The king of the city repented, along with the people in the city. There was a brief discussion regarding fasting and sackcloth, as the people of […]

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Jericho and Ai

Why do we spotlight apologetics each week? In this day and age it is becoming seemingly more difficult to talk to non-believers about Jesus. They are asking tough questions regarding faith, God and the Bible. The apologetic spotlight will be a time to learn various topics that can help to defend your faith. If someone […]

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November 2, 2021

Hello brothers and sisters! This week we are moving right along into Jonah chapter 3. We see that Jonah calls Nineveh to repent and the king and people of Nineveh listen. They show God they’re serious by putting sackcloth on them and fasting. The reason they put sackcloth on themselves was because it actually inflicted […]

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The Big Bang

I was talking to a friend last week and he posed a great question he heard from an apologist. Why do we believe in Christianity? Because it is true! The Bible is true. Each week we are going to do a brief spotlight that gives evidence for why the Bible is true. Now, what is […]

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October 28, 2021

Last week the title was Jonah vs. Jesus, whereas this week it is Knowledge vs. Heart. So often we know a lot about Christianity and the Bible, but our hearts are not in the right place. We see that in Jonah’s life. Although he KNEW a lot about God, his heart was not after God. […]

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