Simplifying Scripture for Students

Chesterton once said that the simplification of anything is always sensational. I was reminded of this quote earlier this summer as I prepared my camp sermons. I decided to develop a simple summary statement about what I believe about the Bible to use at the opening of my teaching times.

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A Baker’s Dozen

Some of my students at Cedarville University introduced me to Bill’s Donuts, home of arguably the best donut holes in the world. They’re so good, a recent graduate, Christian, who is getting married this month, is, along with his bride, serving dozens of donut holes instead of a wedding cake at their reception. Yes, they are that good.

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A Hobbit’s Guide to Apologetics

How might J.R.R. Tolkien’s approach to the imagination be helpful for doing apologetics? The following audio file is from our Finding Truth Conference. This is a break out session led by Dr. Billy Marsh, a professor in the Bible department at Cedarville University.

 

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The Doubters Guide to the Goodness of God (Sermon)

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Wedding Montage

Well, you can just call me Doctor Love. Somehow I made it into this professional wedding montage that went viral with over 30 million views.

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Who Is Influencing You?

My high school senior quote is, “Life is like a coin. You can spend it any way you want. But you can only spend it once.” I would change it today to say that we can invest it any way we want. That’s why mentors are important in our lives. They are investment advisors who help us steward the resources of our lives wisely.

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An Uber Apology, Leaders Take Note

Travis Kalanick, CEO of Uber, got more than he bargained for when he revealed his identity to his Uber driver. The driver took issue with the company’s drop in pay, letting the CEO know that his family faced bankruptcy because of the company’s decision. The exchange didn’t end well.

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The Gospel in Six Words

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George Liele: Church Planter, Missionary

Some of the first missionaries to be sent from America were African Americans. Sadly, their stories are often neglected. Long before Adoniram Judson left for Burma, there were faithful Christians laboring in the gospel to plant churches in America and send the gospel beyond our borders.

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