The Bible calls us to be lovers of others and God, but there are some things that can stop us from loving others well. Tonight we will discuss how one of the often unexamined attributes of our (post)modern lives is the enemy of love and how we can become better at practicing love.
The call to praise God may seem excessive at times, especially considering that He calls for his own praise throughout the Bible. Is there a mystery waiting to be found in worshiping the one true God?
There are many voices that call for our attention and demand our loyalty to their truth about justice. How do we discern whom we should listen to? How can we be sure whose truth will lead to good, for both us and our children, as well as the broader society.
Names and titles of people are of great significance in the Bible. Well if this is true of people then how much more the significance of the names and titles of God and Jesus. In this sermon we are going to look at Jesus employment of the title Son of Man for himself. Who is the Son of Man? Simon Brace is the National Director of Ratio Christi South Africa and also serves as the Chapter Director at the North West University in Potchefstroom. Born in Zimbabwe, Simon moved to South Africa. Simon also holds a BA in Theology and MA in Apologetics and Philosophy from Southern Evangelical Seminary. Simon was also involved with the founding and establishment of Ratio Christi while working at Southern Evangelical Seminary (SES) and has served as the President and Chairman of the Board of Ratio Christi.
Bishop Vincent Mathews on Biblical Justice vs Social Justice Johan speaks to our Pentecostal friend, Vincent Mathews on a number of controversial issues.
We speak to Dr Anthony Bradley who is a professor of religious studies, chair of the program in Religious and Theological Studies, director of the Center for the Study of Human Flourishing at The King's College in New York City. He is also a research fellow at The Acton Institute.