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Conversations That Count:
Part 1 of a conversation with Wes Tucker of Arab World Ministries. Arab World Ministries is an international and evangelical mission dedicated to reaching the Arabic speaking Muslim world with the Gospel. Wes joined in 1987 and worked from 1988 to 2004 in France among North African Muslims. Wes continues his work with AWM in Ft. Collins, is married and has two teenaged boys. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Wes’ outreach involves producing seminars on Islam in churches, not only to inform Christians, but also to help them become involved in local outreach to Muslims. These seminars are group efforts, that is, competent teachers living in Colorado with Arab world experience instruct Christians on Islam basics/current trends and how to reach out to Muslims with the love of Christ. A vital part of these seminars is hearing testimonies of believers from the Arab world, a panel discussion and provision of resource materials and opportunities for evangelism on the local level. It is Wes' goal that every Muslim household in Colorado be reached with the message of the Gospel.
Part 2 of a conversation with Wes Tucker of Arab World Ministries.
Part 3 of a conversation with Wes Tucker of Arab World Ministries.
Part 4 of a conversation with Wes Tucker of Arab World Ministries.
This is a 2-part conversation that I had with Timberline Church's Executive Pastor Rob Cowles about how we can navigate through those tough times in our lives when we feel disappointed with God.
This is part 2 of a 2-part conversation with Pastor Rob cowles.
This is part 1 of a 3-part conversation that I had with Timberline Church's Senior Pastor Dary Northrop about some of the challenges involved in having devotional times with God.
Part 2 of a conversation with Pastor Dary Northrop.
Part 3 of a conversation with Pastor Dary Northrop.
Other Audio Files:
While many of us assume that the Old and New Testaments are clear in their unanimous rejection of homosexual practice, others claim that the Bible is either unclear on the issue, or condemnatory of only some forms of homosexual practice (e.g., rape and pederasty). This talk is a survey of the primary biblical texts which deal with this critical issue. Find out what the Bible really teaches about homosexuality. Speaker: Brent Cunningham Source: Timberline Church See also audio by Dr. Stanton Jones, "Homosexuality in science and Scripture: What do we know?" and the Q&A Session which followed.
This is the first plenary session lecture delivered on Friday, January 26th @ 6:45pm by Dr. David Horner, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Biblical Studies Biola University. Dave was the plenary speaker at the January 2007 Universanity Conference in Fort Collins, CO. The theme for the 2007 Universantiy conference was, "Worship and Worldview: Loving God With Your Mind." The weekend conference was co-sponsored by Faith Evangelical Free Church, First Baptist Church, Summitview Community Church and Timberline Church. Universanity is a yearly weekend conference presented by Dayspring Center for Christian Studies.
This is the third plenary session lecture delivered on Saturday, January 27th @ 11:30am by Dr. David Horner.
Alvin Plantinga is one of the worlds most respected philosophers, known especially for his work in epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophy of religion. Although theologically he is a Calvinist, he is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame, a Roman Catholic University. Plantinga is a graduate from Calvin College. He also received his M.A. degree in 1955 from the University of Michigan and his Ph.D. from Yale University in 1958. Source: The MacLaurin Institute.
Dr. Douglas Groothuis is Professor of Philsophy at Denver Seminary. Location: CSU, 2005. Source: Timberline Church.
Dr. Walter Kaiser is distinguished Professor of Old Testament and President of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. This open-forum was sponsored by The MacLaruin Institute at the University of Minnesota on February 19, 2005. Dr. Kaiser takes questions form the student and faculty audience on difficult passages in the Old Testament.
Are All Religions One?: Comparing Jesus & Buddha Speaker: Doug Groothuis. Location: CSU, 2005. Source: Timberline Church.
Written On the Heart: The Case for Natural Law Morality Speaker: J. Budziszewski. Source: The MacLaurin Institute (www.maclaurin.org). See J. Budziszewski's books: (1) Written On the Heart (2) What We Can't Not Know
Toward an Intelligent Understanding of the Intelligent Design Hypothesis. Speaker: Michael Behe. Source: The MacLaurin Institute, Univ. of MN (www.maclaurin.org).
Speaker: Peter Kreeft. Source: The MacLaurin Institute, Univ. of MN (www.maclaurin.org).
Speaker: Pete Bocchino, President of Legacy of Truth. Source: Timberline Church.
Dr. Craig Blomberg is Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary. This open-forum was sponsored by The MacLaruin Institute at the University of Minnesota on February 19, 2005. Dr. Blomberg takes questions form the student and faculty audience on difficult passages in the New Testament.
Have you or someone you know read "The DaVinci Code?" Did it raise some questions in your mind about the true historical evidence for the person of Jesus? If so, you'll enjoy this balanced response to an influential book of our time. Speaker: Brent Cunningham. Source: Timberline Church
After the presentation on the actual fact and fiction of "The Da Vinci Code" there was opportunity for people to ask questions.| Speaker: Brent Cunningham. Source: Timberline Church. Suggested Reading: 1. The Truth Behind The Da Vinci Code by Richard Abanes. 2. Exploring The Da Vinci Code by Lee Strobele and Garry Poole.
The problem of evil has to do with how there can be both (1) an all-powerful, all-loving God and (2) real evil. This lecture begins to explore the nature of evil and why God might allow it to continue. Speaker: Brent Cunningham. Source: Timberline Church.
A continuation of "The Problem of Evil: Part 1." Speaker: Brent Cunningham. Source: Timberline Church.