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    Nov
    2019

    Making Sin Plausible to Atheists and Secularists

    7:00 pmAndrew Fellows | The Round Church, Cambridge

    In sharing the gospel, we sometimes forget that the message of sin against a holy God is totally implausible to many people today. As the reality of sin is integral to the meaning of the gospel of forgiveness, we are required to make sense of it. While exploring the barriers to accepting sin, this talk looks at how we can expose its reality.

     

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Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. The church was cold and lifeless, infected with worldliness and a lack of vigor. Love for Christ and the Bible was at a low ebb. That is until John Wesley and George Whitefield set the world on fire and revived the nation’s spiritual life with passionate and powerful gospel preaching! Or did they? Was all as rosy as it seemed within the Evangelical movement? Or did revival rivalries almost tear it apart from within?   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12150959/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-18th-century-evangelicals-session-2.mp3[/embed]...

Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. The church was cold and lifeless, infected with worldliness and a lack of vigor. Love for Christ and the Bible was at a low ebb. That is until John Wesley and George Whitefield set the world on fire and revived the nation’s spiritual life with passionate and powerful gospel preaching! Or did they? What can we learn from these heroes of the faith who sought to win the world for Christ? This session focusses on the preaching of George Whitefield. [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12150823/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-18th-century-evangelicals-session-1.mp3[/embed]...

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Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. It’s almost 500 years since Martin Luther started the Reformation and changed the course of history. But what did this beer-drinking, outspoken ex-monk really stand for? How did he have such an impact? Part 2.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12151431/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-16th-century-reformers-session-2.mp3[/embed]...

Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. It’s almost 500 years since Martin Luther started the Reformation and changed the course of history. But what did this beer-drinking, outspoken ex-monk really stand for? How did he have such an impact? Part 1.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12151338/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-16th-century-reformers-session-1.mp3[/embed]...