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This coming Wednesday evening, we plan to begin a weekly study on the The Heidelberg Catechism. This document is one of the confessional statements Christ Church subscribes to and is a representation of the things we hold in common and believe together. It was written in the mid-1500′s by the German Reformer Zacharias Ursinus and is one of the clearest summaries of Reformed thought and faith available to us today. Read more
Before Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem on the back of a donkey, he has dinner in the house of his friends Mary, Martha, and Lazarus. In the course of the evening, Mary, as an act of worship and devotion, anoints Jesus with an incredibly expensive ointment. Read more
This little saying in the Sermon on the Mount – “Judge not…” – may be the most misquoted, mishandled, misappropriated, misunderstood text in the whole Bible. It may also be the most familiar Bible verse to people who have never read the Bible, and the one that they are most willing to present in an argument. Read more