February 25, 2019
Are humans basically good, or basically bad? In the opening chapters of the bible, we see God create humanity, and proclaim them to be "very good", and yet just two chapters later, we see Adam and Eve fall into temptation and eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Tempation continues to follow humanity, and in this episode, Tim explores the three elements of tempation: Doubting the goodness of God, doubting the trustworthiness of God, and putting ourselves in the place of God.
February 18, 2019
There is more to a person than just the physical impulses. Science would say that you and your personality, your memories, your decisions, are nothing more than electrical signals in your brain, reacting with nerve cells and molecules. The bible though, commonly refers to body, soul and spirit.
What do these spiritual elements mean for us as whole people though? What does the bible mean when it talks about our soul and our spirit? Come along with Tim as we investigate.
February 11, 2019
What sets humanity apart from the animals? God made humans and animals; he gave them life. But humanity is importantly said to be made in the image of God. What does that mean? Can we find the image of God in the differences between humans and animals? Or in the relationships we have with each other and with God? Or perhaps the fact that we were placed by God to rule over his creation?
Tim investigates these ideas and more in this episode.
February 4, 2019
This week begins a new series, running through the next 10 weeks, asking the questions "Who Am I?". Throughout this series, we'll be looking at passages from the entire story of the Bible, beginning this week with creation in Genesis.
Fundamentally, what can be said of every human, and everything in the universe? That God created them. In this episode, Tim explores humanity in the light of being creatures, known by God, created for a purpose.