Great Sermon! Pastor Mann, I'm currently watching a sermon of yours in 2016 and you are speaking of science and the grace of God. I would love to speak further on this subject with you. I love science but also I love the Lord. I completely agree with what you have said here and I appreciate that you don't shun science and learning. We can rejoice in God for has give us all eyes to see and a mind to find these blessings of life.
A balm. Stirring. The most beautiful flowers are often in secluded places that few know about. Grace Bible is one of those rare treasures. Pastor Mark loves the Lord and the flock under his care. It rings from the pulpit and into our hearts. Thank you!
Problem of Evil Regarding my brief comment regarding the deductive, inductive, and personal problems of evil, a good clarifying resource is D. A. Carson's book "How Long, O Lord?: Reflections on Suffering and Evil."
Great Sermon! Humbling, mind stretching, as it is these sermons are lighting the way, and leading the United States out of "prime time, easy believism," and back to Jesus Christ our Head, into unity. Thank you, for the times that you have put into this so that GOD could use it to His honor and His glory. Many blessings to you.
Helpful Sermon I appreciate the effort to clarify the view that progressive sanctification is monergistic. Thanks to this sermon, I now have a better understanding of that view. If you continue to address this issue, I would like to know more about how repentance would look for one who held to a monergistic view of sanctification.