Theology of Worldviews,Existentialism

Whether many know it or will acknowledge it, the predominant worldview is that of existentialism, or the belief that it’s man’s feelings that determine reality. On this installment of Theology 101, Mike and pastor Scott Reiber explore the definition of existentialism, it’s causes, it’s expressions, how it contradicts the Christian faith and how believers should address those with this worldview.

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Theology 101-Hedonism

The Hedonist declares Christ a fool for accepting unnecessary pain, and not seekingpleasure. Christianity sees pleasure differently and seeks to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. On this program, Mike and Pastor Scott Reiber in their Theology 101 series on Worldviews, with a study on the philosophy of Hedonism, or as the world describes it ‘if it feels good, do it”.

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Is the Altar Call scriptural?

Paul Alexander writes for 9 Marks.org; “…there are many churches out there that sing the last stanza of Have Thine Own Way just one more time as they wait for the convicted sinner to step out of the pew and into a new relationship with Christ. But even though it is still somewhat popular, we think that the invitation system has done more harm than good among many evangelical churches.” On this edition of Theology 101, Mike and Pastor Scott Reiber examine the history, meaning, and concerns with the altar call/invitation.

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Theology 101-Pragmatism


Dr. R.C. Sproul once said, “Modern man wastes little time thinking about ultimate or religious questions. The pragmatist is basically skeptical or agnostic about man’s ability to discover ultimate truth…” On this program, Mike and Pastor Scott Reiber discuss the philospohy of pragmatism, or ‘the end justify the means’, contrasting how Christianity and its competitors influence various aspects of our culture: economics, science, art, literature, and government.

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Theology 101-Is the altar call scriptural?

Theology 101

Paul Alexander writes for 9 Marks.org; “…there are many churches out there that sing the last stanza of Have Thine Own Way just one more time as they wait for the convicted sinner to step out of the pew and into a new relationship with Christ. But even though it is still somewhat popular, we think that the invitation system has done more harm than good among many evangelical churches.” On this edition of Theology 101, Mike and Pastor Scott Reiber examine the history, meaning, and concerns with the altar call/invitation.

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