OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

There are many ways of understanding how the whole of Scripture fits together, what God is ultimately doing, and how best to understand the
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Jerome once said that when he read the letters of the apostle Paul he could hear thunder. Nowhere in the Pauline corpus is such
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The transition from First to Second Corinthians is not as seamless as one may assume. Yes, it’s the same congregation and the same author
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Thus far the New Testament has presented four accounts of the beautiful life, powerful ministry, substitutionary death, and victorious resurrection of the Lord Jesus
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Paul’s letter to the Romans is, all at once, dense and joyous, heavy-hitting and soul-liberating, complex and straight-forward, theological and practical. Many have called
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The book of Acts grants readers a unique and fascinating glimpse into the world of the early church. We peer through the corridors of
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Though it may seem a relatively small one, this episode marks another significant milestone in our cover-to-cover trek through the Bible. Here we come
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As we take another step into the New Testament we come today to the gospel according to Mark. At first glance it may seem
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Our journey together through the Bible from cover-to-cover takes an important turn in this instalment as our study pivots from the Old to the
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We’ve reached the summit of the first of two biblical mountains and find ourselves standing on the peak of the Old Testament, a peak
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It would be difficult to introduce the book of Zechariah with a better combination of urgency and anticipation than this: “The book of Zechariah
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It’s easy to become preoccupied with temporal needs, stressors, and desires and end up giving God the leftovers of our time, energy, and resources.
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