The Gospel According to Luke
Join us on Sunday mornings at 9 AM for our new Bible study on the Gospel of Luke. While there is only one Gospel—Jesus Christ crucified for our sins—nevertheless, God saw fit to use four different evangelists to record the details of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection. Luke's Gospel is unique in several ways. He is the only evangelist to have recorded Jesus' famous parables of the good samaritan and the prodigal son. Luke also is the only one to record some longstanding liturgical hymns used to this day: the Magnificat (1:46-55), and the Nunc Dimittis (2:29-32).
Monday night Bible Study - 6:30PM
Law and Gospel: How to Interpret the Bible
Of all biblical doctrines, the first and foremost is the doctrine of justification (cf. John 3:16; Ephesians 2:8–9). However, immediately following it, and almost equally as important, is the doctrine of how to distinguish between Law and Gospel. One can attribute the rise of various sects and denominations as failures to distinguish between Law and Gospel. Various contradictions in Scripture are resolved by rightly understanding Law and Gospel. True comfort for the soul, and true religion that God finds pleasing is only ever accomplished through a right understanding of Law and Gospel. Come and join us on Monday nights as we go through Scripture and learn the proper distinction between Law and Gospel.