Sermons on Jugementalism

The Whole Law

The Whole Law – Galatians 5.14 One of the most widespread options is that the church is basically a travel agent into the afterlife. The church helps you to get your beliefs in order as if they were paperwork for an immigration officer. And after you die your beliefs are checked at the entrance to heaven and if everything checks out, enjoy your stay. Eternity is yours. Getting souls ready for heaven is the primary mission of the church. But…

Christian Love, – what does that even mean?

Christian Love, – what does that even mean? Jesus gave us a new commandment. To love each other. Sounds simple enough, doesn’t it. We know what love is, don’t we? The funny thing is that in general evil deeds are never done, because the perps consider themselves to be evil. NO, they think they are usually convinced they are acting out of love. Even Private Schicklgruber, – you might want to google that name, did what he did out of…

Following Christ Means Compassion

Following Christ Means Compassion Culture and ideology are powerful forces. Humans tend to harmonize their reading of scripture and their understanding of religion with their culture and religion, even if that means severe intellectual contortion. The only way to follow Christ’s call to love is to base all of our actions on compassion with those who will be affected by the things we do and believe. In the face of the other we will recognize Christ. Jesus calls us to…

Weeding is a Theologian’s Favorite Activity

Weeding is a Theologian’s Favorite Activity The Bible is very explicit that judgement and punishment is the prerogative of God alone. However, this is a very simple message that many theologians do not want to comprehend. They want in on judging and punishing those who sin differently than they do. Rev. Olaf Baumann, sermon, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Port Angeles WA. Please¬†check out our video ministry 1517 Grace Guerilla https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv2aB-i9zHPqgh3NjUJ5-lg