Church of the Open Door

Sermons 2015

  • January 11, 2015

    Making Sense of Our Origin by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    If someone were to walk into a State University lecture hall and put up two images on the screen, a picture of the Bible and a picture of the latest Science text book, which would be widely accepted as viable truth? If we took the same slides and cast their images on the screen of most churches today, which would be trusted more? If you answer the Bible, think again. It is my fear that many of those in our churches today are looking for ways to integrate the Bible into science rather than taking Scripture as the supreme and sufficient absolute. The argument for explaining our origin can be reduced to two interpretations, God and the Scripture, or science and evolution. If the believer is to live life from God’s perspective the answer should be clear.

  • January 4, 2015

    Beware, Your Worldview is Showing by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    In order to develop a biblical worldview, it is important to understand its significance and the foundations necessary to develop this biblical worldview. A worldview can be defined as a person’s automatic mechanism that determines how they view life and in what manner they live out their life. This essentially involves certain presuppositions, or belief systems, and the resolve necessary to live out their life according to these belief systems.