Sermons by Nick Clevely


Being and Doing Church

Speaker: | May 19, 2019

Introduction: When Hitler was trying to enthuse the German nation to get behind his expansionist programs he told them that the German race was the Ubermensch, the Beyond-man/Hyper-man. He understood the psychology of action, we...


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The problem of God and Suffering

Speaker: | May 12, 2019

Introduction: Today we begin the second half of our apologetics study where we handle objections to the faith. In the first part we laid out some of the most common ways to present the rationality...


Baptism and Membership

Speaker: | May 12, 2019

Introduction: This is our second sermon in our membership refresher series. We have dealt with the issue of why every believer ought to be a member in a local church. We attempted to show by...


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The Argument from Experience

Speaker: | May 05, 2019

Introduction: Last week we began to enter into some of the more subjective aspects of apologetics looking at the argument from desire. Today we want to go a little deeper into the subjective side of...


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The Argument From Desire

Speaker: | April 28, 2019

Introduction: We have been looking at the traditional arguments for God such the moral argument, the ontological, the cosmological, and the teleological argument for God. However, we have not been using them in the traditional...


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Romans: Final Overview

Speaker: | April 28, 2019

Introduction: You have heard the saying, ‘I can’t see the forest for the trees.’ Some of you may feel this way as we come to the end of the book of Romans, it is the...


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The Transcendental Argument

Speaker: | April 14, 2019

Introduction: Today we want to move on from traditional arguments for God, the ontological, the cosmological and the teleological to some new arguments advanced for the existence of God. Today we want to look at...


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Romans 16:21-27: Doxology

Speaker: | April 14, 2019

Introduction: What distracts you in worship? Is it the heat? Maybe it is the sounds of people cutting their grass. Maybe you are distracted by the sounds the kids make, misspelt words on the slides,...