Questions to think about before you hear the Sermon:
What do you think your life would be without the Bible? Do you love the word of God? What do you think your life would be without the Bible? Do you delight in it more and more, or Has your love for the Word, grown cold?
Listen for these questions and answers for “Is Your Bible Lost or Found?”, below in the 1-part Video , or the one-part MP3 Audio Sermon.
Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:
Psalm 33: 1, 4-9, 13-22, Deuteronomy 11: 18-28, Philippians 2: 14-18, John 8: 48-59, 2 Ch 34: 8-10, 2 Ch 34: 14 – 21,
2 Chronicles 34 and King Josiah of Judah, June 17 1963 public school removed Bible readings, Abington vs Schempp Supreme Court ruling for American public education, unconstitutional, Founding Fathers who wrote the Constitution had Bible prayer and the 10 Commandments in public schools, Historical Criticism,
Before 1963 biggest problems in school: talking, chewing gum, making noise, getting out of turn in line, wearing improper clothing, not putting wastepaper in Wastebasket
Since 1963 problems in school: Rape, Robbery, Assault, Burglary, Murder, Homosexuality, Suicide, Vandalism, Extortion, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Gang Warfare, Teen Pregnancies, Abortions, Venereal Diseases, Bombings, school shootings, massacres, abortions, metal detectors
How may church Pastors of the following denominations do not believe in the Resurrection of Jesus Christ? (a 1987 survey of 7,441 Pastors, done from Pulpit Helps, December 1987, which these numbers are most likely much worse)
- 51 percent of Methodist Pastors
- 35 percent of Presbyterian Pastors
- 30 percent of Episcopalian Priests
- 33 percent of American Baptist Pastors
How many when asked if the Bible was the inspired, Word of God without error believed this to be true?
- 87 % of Methodists said No
- 95 % Episcopalians said No
- 82 % of Presbyterians said No
- 67% of American Baptists said No