Audio Messages

podcastsAudio files are available for those who have missed worship or who wish to hear the kind of messages we have from week to week. We have a Podcast Channel through iTunes for those who would like to subscribe to hear our messages automatically. You can subscribe by clicking here or the podcast image on the left will take you to iTunes. iTunes carries the ten most recent podcasts. The entire library is below.


Podcast Library


Context, Context, Context

Watch the Gloss

Choosing a Scroll


Selected Notes

Jesus Doesn’t Make You Rich Just Because He Likes You

Falsani, Cathleen. The Worst Ideas of the Decade: The Prosperity Gospel. The Washington Post. available at:

Van Biema, David and Jeff Chu. “Does God Want You to Be Rich?” Time Magazine. September 10, 2006. It is available online at:,9171,1533448,00.html. This is an excellent overview of the Prosperity Gospel in the US.

Full lyrics available at: “Fal$e Teacher$” is from Shai Linne’s album Lyrical Theology, Pt. 1: Theology, a group of songs that teach Orthodox theology (with a Reformed flavor). The album is available both on iTunes and at for instant download.

Rosin, Hannah. “Did Christianity Cause the Crash?” The Atlantic. December 2009. Available at:

There is a compelling argument about how Prosperity Theology visualizes an unfree God from: Cartledge, Tony. “Why Can’t the Prosperity Gospel Work?” Baptist Today News Journal. August 20, 2013. Available at:


Satan is Not Who You Think He is

(1) Ghost Riders in the Sky. Stan Jones. 1948. Lyrics available at:

(2) Yahoo Answers. “ Where is Lucifer/Satan mentioned in the Bible?” available at:

(3) Pagels, Elaine. The Origin of Satan. Random House: New York, 1995. This book has a compelling argument about the uses of the idea of “Satan” in early Christianity.

(4) Henson, David, “The Making of An Adversary: Satan and Christianity’s Unspoken Heresy.” Provoketive Magazine, 30 April 2012. available at:


(6) Segal, Alan F. Life After Death: A History of the Afterlife in the Western World. Doubleday: New York, 2004.