Is an understanding of the everlasting covenant mere esoteric knowledge, or a minor twig of understanding on the tree of life? Jeff explores the scriptures and explains how the covenant relates to our understanding of salvation and our relationship with Christ.
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This evening I listened to the 6 p.m. news on CBC’s Radio 1 to catch up on the latest. The lead story was about the Executive Director of Scouts Canada resigning after less than a year in her new job. Next, there was a story about women and mammograms, or perhaps more accurately, when women shouldn’t get mammograms, as they have been over prescribed.
And then, there was a report about how the U.S.’s congressional super committee composed of 6 Republicans and 6 Democrats failed to agree on how to begin to cut the U.S.A.’s trillion-dollar budget deficit. Presently, for every dollar the U.S. federal government spends, it must borrow 36 cents. That means 36 percent of its budget must be financed by borrowing the money from the financial markets!
But, is it really news that the political situation in the U.S.A. is deadlocked and the nation divided…
What does it take to have a spiritual relationship with the Father and the Son? What is the yoke that Christ asks us to be willing to bear in order to be in step with Him? Jeff Patton begins a series of sermons on the nature of our covenantal relationship with the Creator of the universe. How is it possible for physical people to have a relationship with the Eternal – an everlasting covenant? The scriptures make this understanding clear for those who have been called by God to have their hearts and minds open to see the truth.
Presently making the media rounds, Dr. Jacques Pepin’s newly published book entitled, The Origin of AIDS, tackles the question of how one of the modern world’s deadliest disease plagues took root and spread.
Having already killed approximately 32 million mostly young people with about another 30 million or so currently infected with the eventually fatal HIV virus that causes AIDS—no one seriously questions the importance of…
Recent writers have asked the question, “How could Christians in Nazi Germany condone, or participate in the willful destruction of so many people and still consider themselves Christians?” Jeff Patton explores the historical context and the rationalization used by German Christians to justify their participation in the 3rd Reich. He then shows how we can have a clear vision and purpose so we will not fall prey to the same trap of minimizing the scriptures.