Advent: The Hypostatic Union & Christmas

In the incarnation, the Christmas climax to say the least, we have the Son of God enter into the world by taking on a human nature enfleshed. When the Son of God assumed this human nature, he did not surrender his divine nature or rights.

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Kyle Worley
Advent: The Intertestamental Period

In Advent, we step into the waiting of Israel, who waited for hundreds/thousands of years for the promised Savior King. We step into this, not just so we can try to feel what they felt, but also, to remind ourselves that we too, like Israel, are a people waiting for the promised Savior King. (No longer waiting for his first coming, but now for his second.)

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Kyle Worley
When it's Good to be Angry.

Often, those who have grown up in the church receive conflicting messages that emerge out of a bits and pieces theology. You hear that it is wrong and sinful to be angry, but then you read about Jesus turning tables over in the temple and beating people with a whip? That can be quite confusing.

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Kyle Worley
Is he Worthy?

When we think about our heroes of the faith, both young and old, I’m afraid we too often think their belief existed independent of a constant reorientation to the Lord.

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Kyle Porter
Trump Protesters as Argument for the Existence of God

Not since the sixties have we seen protest in America like we have in the last few years.

Whatever your opinions might be of our cultural situation, one thing is for certain: People who have long since denied the notion of objective truth and absolute evil are now crying out in protest.

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Kyle Worley
3 Men I Wish Were Dead

Last week I drafted a hit list. I sat down with a pen and pad, listing out three men I wished were dead. I prepared a plan to begin working to end each of these men and vowed to God, my wife, and my community to work everyday at killing them.

If I may, I would like to share this list with you?

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Kyle Worley