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Paradoxology

6/2/2018 - 8/12/2018

Following Jesus is not always easy. Most Christians want their faith journey to be simple and clear — either/or, black/white, yes/no. However, life with God is often found in both/and tensions or paradoxes. The essence of a paradox is bringing together two seemingly contradictory statements, and the Bible is full of them. God is one; God is three. Jesus is God; Jesus is man. To save your life, you should lose it. To be mature, you should become like a child. And following Jesus into tensions like these is where faith is meant to flourish. Embracing seeming contradictions like these leads to doxology—a life of intentional worship.

In This Series

  1. The Salvation Paradox | 8/12/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
  2. The Freedom Paradox | 8/4/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
  3. The Paradoxes of the Cross | 7/29/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
  4. The Jesus Paradox | 7/22/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
  5. The Bible Paradox | 7/15/2018 | Jim Thompson |
  6. The Paradox of Humble Greatness | 7/8/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
  7. The Weakness Paradox | 7/1/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
  8. Worship: An Event and Everyday | 6/24/2018 | Matt Rexford and Jonny Brush |
  9. The Kingdom Paradox | 6/17/2018 | Jim Thompson |
  10. The God Who is Near and Far | 6/10/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
  11. God Needs Nothing, Yet Demands Everything | 6/3/2018 | Charlie Boyd |
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