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The Entreatment of Christ

Posted by Scot Bennett on Jul 26, 2016 10:41:07 AM

Doubting_Thomas_Caravaggio_1602_Pushkin_Musem_Moscow.jpg(Doubting Thomas, Caravaggio, 1602, Pushkin Musem, Moscow)

Northeastern Seminary Chapel Homily - January 19, 2016
(John 20:19-31 & Luke 24: 30-31)

Thomas is a figure of intrigue and mystery. Only one Gospel, that of John, really relates anything particular concerning Thomas, the rest is left to our intimation.

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Topics: scripture, sermon

Preaching God's Grace

Posted by Maria Rambuski on May 9, 2014 1:56:00 PM

I often say as I listen to preaching that I can tell where the theological thrust of focus of the preacher is. We preach what we believe. My core belief, the one thought that I hope and try to convey to persons in every sermon that I preach is this: God’s grace is real and available, without qualification or precondition or any stipulation. It is “good to go.”

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Topics: sermon, preaching conference, God's grace

Like Walking on Water: A Christmas Poem by a Seminary Graduate

Posted by Sarah Champignon on Dec 5, 2011 3:55:00 PM

A guest post by Thomas Worth, master of divinity and doctor of ministry graduate of Northeastern Seminary:

Like Walking on Water
By Thomas Worth
A Christmas Sermon for 2011 

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Topics: D.Min., master of divinity, christmas, sermon, poetry, pastor

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