Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Sermon on the Mount--Culver

After starting again with my Sermon on the Mount series, I noticed that we have finally added our Pastor's PDF files to our SermonAudio page. And since I've been generating more "theologically oriented" hits recently (if not "comments"), I thought that rather than trying to re-invent the wheel with my own posts, which would probably only turn out to resemble a square block, I would simply link our PDF files each week. This is the first file in the series. Feel free to download and/or print the file for easier reading; just click on the title link above and you'll be re-directed to the paper. Every few days I'll add some more until we're caught up and then I'll add the new one each week. These aren't transcriptions from the sermons, just the notes that our Pastor uses and makes available. For the full force of each message, you can go here to download each sermon as well (there's also a link on my sidebar--SGCC on SermonAudio).

I'll probably continue to comment on this series from time-to-time when the subject matter triggers other considerations or begs for Googly's input :-). My first couple of posts included information from my own notes and study; so if you're interested just check out the archives here, here and here (the last one is an attempt to clarify my remarks about "Israel"). May the Lord bless you richly as you join with us in studying the Sermon on the Mount. And feel free to comment...I'll happily interact with any response that these files generate.

On another note, after previously posting on Philip E. Hughes' position on Anihilationism, I've been re-reading his book, "The True Image: The Origin and Destiny of Man in Christ". This is a fascinating read and I plan on posting some material from this book as I go through it again. I'm also planning on interacting with Cornelius Plantinga's work as he continues to instruct us concerning "Shalom" and the purpose of God to restore His "good" creation in Christ. I heartily recommend both authors be added to your library.


satire and theology said...

Keep up the good research, Jason.

I replied to you on s&t, and I imagine Jeff will reply shortly.


Great Googly Moogly! said...

Thanks Russ,

It's always enjoyable to interact with you and Jeff over at satire & theology and thekingpin68. But I'm there so often I sometimes forget to post something here! :-)