Judges 2: A Pattern of Idolatry

Judges 2: A Pattern of Idolatry

The book of Judges stands as a sad, stark contrast to the book of Joshua. Whereas the people of the conquest obeyed the Lord under Joshua’s leadership, they quickly fell into rebellion after his death. Because they had set aside God’s law, their enemies were defeating...
Judges 2: A Pattern of Idolatry

Romans 14: Harmony in Diversity

Paul wrote the epistle to the Romans to a diverse audience. Consisting of both Jews and Gentiles, his audience had differing views on religious practices—they did not agree on the nonessentials. Romans 14 addresses the way we ought to behave when faced with such...
Judges 2: A Pattern of Idolatry

Embracing the Theology of Wisdom

The following is the final adapted transcript from one of Ken’s teaching series on the book of Proverbs. He also walks through this transcript in his latest Wisdom series. As we tie things together in this Proverbs series, I want to talk a bit about the theology...
Judges 2: A Pattern of Idolatry

Q&A Session: January 29, 2021

What can we do to strengthen the faith of our brothers and sisters in Christ? What happens to infants when they die? Join Ken Boa as he addresses these questions and more in a Q&A session. What can we do to help prevent our brothers and sisters in Christ from...