Jesus and Religions of the World
April 6/7 - Can They All Be True?
April 13/14 - Buddhism/Hinduism
April 20/21 - Islam
April 27/28 - Judaism
May 4/5 - Mormonism
May 11/12 - Pop Culture “Christianity”
May 18/19 - Christianity
Every Easter, we Christians proclaim that Jesus is God and was raised from the dead. This is not how everyone views Jesus. For the seven weeks after Easter, we will look at other religions (and worldviews) asking the question: How do they view Jesus? Can we learn anything from these other religions? In a world with other religions, why do we say that this one is the one that is true?
Listen to Sermons
“Jesus and the World’s Religions” ~ April 6, 2013, Rev. Charles Stokes
“Jesus and the World’s Religions: Questions People Ask” ~ April 7, 2013, Rev. Robert Hasley
“Jesus and the World’s Religions” ~ April 7, 2013, Dr. Scott Engle
“Can They All Be True?” ~ April 7, 2013, Rev. Arthur Jones
Hinduism and Buddhism
“From the East: Hinduism and Buddhism” ~ April 13, 2013, Rev. Charles Stokes
“Jesus and Eastern Religions: Hinduism and Buddhism” ~ April 14, 2013, Rev. Robert Hasley
“The Eastern Religions” ~ April 14, 2013, Dr. Scott Engle
“Jesus and the Eastern Religions” ~ April 14, 2013, Rev. Arthur Jones
“Jesus and Islam” ~ April 20, 2013, Rev. Charles Stokes
“Jesus and Islam” ~ April 21, 2013, Rev. Robert Hasley
“Islam” ~ April 21, 2013, Dr. Scott Engle
“Jesus and Islam” ~ April 21, 2013, Rev. Arthur Jones
“Mormonism” ~ May 5, 2013, Dr. Scott Engle
With Rev. Charles Stokes
Jesus had three years to do his job. He didn’t hide in a cave, write a book, start a new denomination, build a mega church, or rebuild the temple. He spent time investing in a team, investing in relationships. He needed disciples; he still does. How is your faith? Why Christianity? Let’s take a look this Saturday. See you in church.
5:30 p.m. in Wesley Hall
The Saturday evening service features traditional Christ-centered, biblically-based sermons, along with a relaxed atmosphere and casual dress. You will experience a variety of worship music from various ensembles, soloists, and instrumentalists. Saturday night is truly alive at St. Andrew!
“Jesus and Christianity”
With Rev. Robert Hasley
What is unique about Christianity among the religions of the world? Why do we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior and seek to serve Christ in all we say and do?
7:50 a.m. in Festival Hall
Jump start your day with the Early Service. Relevant, Bible-centered worship blends traditional and contemporary elements, and Communion is an important part of service each week. Let your spirit be renewed in this intimate and spiritual gathering.
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary
This progressive-traditional worship experience is designed for people of all ages and in all stages of their faith journeys. Powerful music from the Chancel Choir, music ensembles and inspirational, engaging sermons combine to give glory to God and witness to our hope in Jesus Christ.
With Dr. Scott Engle
This week we turn to Christianity, the apostolic, orthodox, historic faith handed down to us by the followers of Jesus who preceded us, for there is no hope without Jesus Christ. Without acknowledging the reality of sin, there is simply no reason to go any further with Christianity. The whole point of the cross, the climactic moment in the Christian story, is that there is something deeply wrong with us that we cannot fix; i.e., we are not “ok.” Instead, God must rescue us from ourselves and reconcile us to himself. This we simply cannot do for ourselves, not a single one of us.
9:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary
This is a Christ-centered worship experience built on a foundation of engaging biblical teaching. The Chancel Choir and other ensembles lead the powerful worship music.
“Jesus and Christianity”
With Rev. Arthur Jones
Now we come to the crux of the matter — Christianity. Is it to be trusted? How did it begin, and if we look at Christianity with the same lens as we have looked at the other religions, does it stand up to scrutiny? In short, is it true?
9:09 & 10:39 a.m. in Wesley Hall
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