Sermons

A NIght to Remember

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Adapting to Culture... Or Not!

Dr. Voddie Baucham speaks on Paul's interaction with the Athenian culture in Acts 17 and whether or not he was trying to adapt to it or proclaim to it....

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Nebuchadnezzar and His Conversion

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The Flood Judgment

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The Importance of Creeds and Confessions: Part 2

In this second session from the GfBC Spring Conference, Dr. Samuel Waldron gives arguments in favor of holding to a confession....

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The Importance of Creeds and Confessions: Part 1

In this first of four conference keynotes, Dr. Waldron deals with the objections to having a formal confession or creed....

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A Pastor and His Home

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Nebuchadnezzar Loses His Mind

It is difficult to go through Daniel chapter 4 without realizing that, in our day and time, Nebuchadnezzar would have been diagnosed with some type of mental disorder, medicated to the point of absurdity, and put in an institution with little or no hope of returning to a normal life. But, what is the Biblical view of mental health? How ......

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Nebuchadnezzar's Hymn

A hymn of praise to the Most High God is given by Nebuchadnezzar. In this text we see Nebuchadnezzar recognize that God is not only worthy of his submission, but of his praise as well....

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