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Date: September 2011

How to Read a Book, Part 3

How to Read a Nonfiction Book

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Speaker: Tony Reinke

The three-part series on a theology of books and reading concludes with twenty tips and tricks for reading nonfiction books.

2 Peter, Part 2

Power and Promise

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Speaker: Joshua Harris

Text: 2 Peter 1:3-4

We find stability in our faith by grounding ourselves in a true knowledge of God that expresses itself in a transformed life. Godliness is how you live when you believe that Jesus is better than sin.

How to Read a Book, Part 2

What to Read

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Speaker: Tony Reinke

For every book you choose to read you'll need to decline about 9,999 others simply because there isn't enough time in life to read them. So how do you decide what books to read, or more importantly, how do you decide what books to NOT read? In this session we explore how personal reading priorities will help bring focus and clarity to your personal book reading decisions.

2 Peter, Part 1

The Stability of Our Times

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Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: 2 Peter 1-3

We live in a fallen world, an unstable world, a world of uncertainty. However, growing in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ is the antidote to that instability.

How to Read a Book, Part 1

A Theology of Books and Reading

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Speaker: Tony Reinke

Text: 2 Corinthians 3:4-4:6

This class explores (1) the nature and value of Scripture and how it relates to all other books and literature; and (2) how the message of the gospel impacts personal literacy.

Rest for Your Soul

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Speaker: Eric Simmons

Text: Matthew 11:25-12:8

The rest our souls long for is not found in obeying the law but in the person the law points to: Jesus.

We Promote What We Prize

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Speaker: Jon Smith

Text: Matthew 28:16-20

God is worthy to be made known and proclaimed for who he is, and that fact is fundamental to our engagement in evangelism. Evangelism exists because worship does not, and evangelism will exist in our lives to the extent that worship does in our hearts.