The following are sermons:
1957, Original Sin, and Questions on Doctrine
Let's take a theological and historical journey. We're headed for
- The 1950s,
- Adventist experimentation with original sin, and
- A review of what the Bible teaches concerning the same.
Consider this excerpt from the current Fundamental Beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Number seven, The Nature of Man:
When our first parents disobeyed God, they denied their dependence upon Him and fell from their high position under God. The image of God in them was marred and they became subject to death. Their descendants share this fallen nature and its consequences. They are born with weaknesses and tendencies to evil.
Preparing for the Harvest Introductory
[Segment #1: Dennis Priebe discusses the Mission of the Church.]
Segment #2: Larry Kirkpatrick presents a Synopsis of Last Generation Theology
A rodent on a rat wheel spins and spins in his cage. He doesn't go anywhere. But he rides over and over again.
God has assigned humans a higher mission than rats and His plan is not for us to spin a wheel. There is a purpose at the finish of the age. "In the beginning, God," and at the close, "Even so, come Lord Jesus." We are at the "Even so, come Lord Jesus" part.
There was a first generation: Adam and Eve. What of we who live at the close of the epoch? Will Jesus' terminal generation be unique?Read more...