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The Capstone of God’s Creation In the first installment of this series on Biblical Economics, I asserted that “economics” is derived from God’s person as the creator of all things. God is the owner of all that is around us because He created all things. His ownership includes mankind, which He also created. Mankind is an interesting capstone of God’s creation. According to His reveal...

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The Economics Concept in Scripture On Sunday, May 7th, I began a Sunday School Series on Biblical Economics. This subject matter may seem odd to some who hold to a specific theological view that the Bible is only concerned with matters of salvation and redemption for sinners. Though I would agree that salvation and redemption is one of the central focuses of the Bible, I would assert that those s...

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The Olivet Discourse Jesus’ teaching on the “Great Tribulation” is recounted for His people in Matthew’s gospel, chapter 24. His predictions of “wars and rumors of wars”, “famines and earthquakes”, and many other fearsome images have fascinated both the casual and the serious Bible student. Unfortunately most Christians leap into the Olivet Discourse with little understanding of ho...

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One of the fundamental (yes, I used that word “fundamental”) principles of the Christian worldview of history is that all history is linear. In other words, it began somewhere and will end (as we know it) somewhere. All human history began at creation and it will culminate with the return of Jesus Christ on the final day.[i] In the course of this history, God has sovereignly directed a...

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By God’s profound grace and through His providences, Trinity Presbyterian Church of Northern Kentucky was given stewardship of a property in Ludlow, Kentucky that was built for the worship of God. On our website you can see various pictures of the structures both inside and out. Though our congregation had no idea where we would settle in Northern Kentucky when we began as a Church plant in...

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This Christmas Eve at 7:00 p.m., Trinity Presbyterian Church will be having a service of Lessons and Carols in celebration of the first advent of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It occurred to me that some may wonder as to the origins of this service of the Church. Lessons and Carols began at King’s College Cambridge, England in 1918 after the end of the First World War. A chaplain of the ...

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