Sunday August 19 we start a new sermon series called Beginnings and Endings that will continue through November up until Advent.
Here’s a little of what it’s all about:
We’ve inherited a lot of assumptions about how it all began and how it will all end.
Creation taking place in seven 24-hour days. One minute we’re here, the next minute we just VANISH as we’re raptured to heaven. Stuff like that. We throw around words like evolution, end times, and eschatology.
In some circles this is life or death stuff: what you believe about how long it took God to create the world or the eternal state of the unbeliever become the litmus test for orthodoxy.
What can we know about the how it all began and how it will all end? Why are these things important? How do we live between Creation and New Creation?
In this sermon series we will take a look at how Scripture shapes our faith and imagination on Creation and New Creation and why this is important for how we live in between right now.