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Heresy and Creativity David Lose reflects on orthodoxy and heresy, suggesting that only by pushing boundaries can we discern which boundaries are essential, and that only by risking the unorthodox can we be truly creative. Resource type: Article | Source: Day1 | Author: David J. Lose Heresy and the Johannine Epistles In this podcast, Allen Padgett of Luther Seminary provides a brief, concise account of heresy addressed in the Johannine epistles in this video. (Length 0:30) Resource type: Audio/Video | Source: Enter the Bible | Author: Allen Padgett My First Heresy In this reflection, Michael Jinkins finds it odd that Christianity places so much emphasis on holding metaphysical opinions about matters that cannot be known by mortals, suggesting a move past enforcing conformity to encouraging adventure. Resource type: Article | Source: Ministry Matters | Author: Michael Jinkins Bodies and Heresy This article argues for the centrality of physical health to our faith, suggesting that when we fail to care for our bodies, we are guilty of Gnosticism--the notion that bodies don’t matter as much as souls. Resource type: Article | Source: Faith and Leadership | Author: Heather Moffitt Bodies and heresy Although there is danger in focusing too much on physical appearance, ignoring or mistreating bodies is also wrong because God values human physical natures as well as spiritual. Resource type: Article | Source: Faith and Leadership | Author: Heather Moffitt Preaching from a Manuscript is Not Heresy This article mounts a vigorous and playful defense of the value of manuscript preaching, urging preachers to be "true to themselves" and to use a manuscript without feeling guilty, if a manuscript will help them communicate... Resource type: Article | Source: Working Preacher | Author: Tom Teichmann Mitt the Heretic Writing on Mormonism and Islam as historical Christian heresies, this article by Daniel Meeter discusses explores interfaith ... a natural progression from the extent to which heresy persists within Protestantism. Resource type: Article | Source: Perspectives Journal | Author: Daniel Meeter Faith and Works This quotation illustrates the obligation Christians have to make our faith evident to others by following the teachings of Jesus. It serves as sermon illustration on heresy, justification, faith and works. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching | Author: William R. Hutchison Marathons as grace or heresy? Is the desire to complete marathons use similar impulses as Pelagianism? Jason Byassee reflects upon his marathon experience. Resource type: Article | Source: Faith and Leadership | Author: Jason Byassee Full Text Hymns on Heresy We praise Thee, O God, our Lord and our King!PD
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Young R. Kim on Learning from a Fourth-Century Saint Catholic and Orthodox Christians consider Epiphanius of Cyprus a saint because he was pious and opposed heresy. Protestants can learn from him as well, says Young Kim in this article. Resource type: Article | Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship | Author: Joan Huyser-Honig The Importance of Knowing Heresy This sermon illustration outlines the importance of knowing heresy, suggesting that it "is almost impossible to appreciate the meaning of orthodoxy without understanding the heresies that forced its development." Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: Roger Olson Bishop Advocates Heresy Over Division An illustration by Charles Colson sharing a quote by Peter James Lee on division in the church, appropriate for 2 Timothy 4:3, Acts 20:30, and 1 Timothy 1:9-11. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: Charles W. Colson Listen to Love Danae Ashley challenges readers to quietly, carefully pay attention for the ways God communicates in this sermon on Luke 12:32-40 and Isaiah 1:1, 10-20 (Proper 14C) Resource type: Sermon (Complete) | Source: Sermons That Work | Author: Danae Ashley The Messenger: What Manner of Man? Ernest Campbell lectures on the person of the preacher. Can the preacher say of his or her congregation, "I know the sheep, and the sheep know me?" Can we allow ourselves to be known? Resource type: Audio/Video | Source: Theological Commons (Princeton Theological Seminary) | Author: Ernest T Campbell God Knows Me Best This sermon starter on Psalm 139 suggests the psalm prompts our awareness of God, as well as fear because of our sin. But God's grace is evident - he leads us in the way everlasting. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching | Author: Stan Mast Satan’s Toady? Are Christian Evolutionary Biologists simultaneously heretical and ignorant? Mike Arnold personally reflects on the question, noting the stigma in the church attached to scientific professions, and confessing his relationship with an omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient God. Resource type: Article | Source: Biologos | Author: Mike Arnold
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