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Attitudes towards religion; the nature of the world's problems to be found in Genesis; a pattern in history of God's intervention; the claim of history; the New Testament evidence; belief in Genesis crucial; God must punish sin : why? the violence in man; God's plan not dependant on ignorance.
Why is the world in the condition it is? modern man dismisses the Bible; the evidence of archaeology has caused a new interest in the Old Testament; the evidence of language; man's powers of observation; man succeeds in science and fails in relationships; man glorifies himself today; as did the builders of Babel.
The perpetual struggle examined; God's action in history; the offer of new life; the importance and example of Abraham; the problem s of life the same in Abraham's day; the call to every person : repentance; the city of man; or the city of God; the offer of the Christian message; belief; faith; obedience.
The characteristics of revelation; it is God who acts; the danger of looking only at phenomena; the need to start with God; God reveals His being; the holiness of God. (Preached on the eve of the Billy Graham campaign)
Who is God; and what is He like? Can I know God? The God of the covenant; a personal God who saves.
Abraham and his readiness to listen to God; a general view of the Ten Commandments; a right relationship with God; God first; man second; Man and his relationship; the problem : we don't know God; is God the centre of your life? the Law; our schoolmaster.
The fundamental proposition of the Bible; the meaning of the tabernacle; God's desire to dwell with men; man cannot be happy without God; the tabernacle points towards the second Adam; God to be approached in His way only; the way of approach explained; our High Priest.
Why the Church is as it is; the Glorious Presence of God; two necessary things; sensitivity to the presence; this makes revival; do you know this presence? what to do.
The problem of the moral bankruptcy of today's society; the incredulity of modern man concerning the Bible; the fundamental problems that never change; the principle of evil within us; the world is as it is because it has a vacant heart; man made for God; and only God can satisfy him.
The mind of man one of God's greatest gifts; man's mind prone to temptation and desire; fashion of thought; the lack of critical thought; the intellectual excuse for rejection of Christianity; the need to face the facts; slaves to the world.