2 Thessalonians2018-06-01T12:39:47+00:00

Sermons

  • 2 Thessalonians 2:1-5, 13-17 Resist Change (Kegel)

    When I decided to entitle my message today, "Resist Change," I thought, well now, Jim, you are just preaching to the choir. These are Lutherans; you don't have to tell them, "Resist Change."

  • 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17 Past Present Tense (Bowen)

    How do we remember to remember. That is the problem for our time. The modern idea that we can ignore historic communities, family, church, nation and the rituals of remembrance which create and sustain them has proven to be an illusion. Television doesn't help. Charles Krauthammer writes, "The ultimate instrument for forgetting is television."

  • 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17 The Truth of Tradition (Bowen)

    The late well-known psychologist, Carl Rogers, "Doing what feels right proves to be a competent and trustworthy guide to behavior which is truly satisfying." Now if this be a widespread attitude in contemporary society, then it constitutes a real crisis for Biblical faith.