In America, we've made a promise with ourselves not to beat up on each other over religion. That's a good decision, I think. All one has to do is to look to countries in which that promise hasn't been made to see the costs of religious intolerance. But our faith has a degree of exclusivity built into it because of the claims made about and by Jesus. Logic would lead you to the conclusion that Jesus either was who He said He was, or He was ... well ... nuts. We who believe He was who He said He was don't like that alternative. Those who don't believe He was who He said He was, don't like to hear us boast of it. What does it mean, then, to follow Jesus? Join the congregation of Community Presbyterian Church of Bellefonte, KY for this week's sermon from John 10:1-10, "Extraordinary Claims", by clicking on the title above, or any of the blue text here.
Community Presbyterian Church of Bellefonte, Kentucky, was built on the casting floor of a 19th Century iron blast furnace. We use "The Casting Floor" as an image for the power of the Spirit to form us. Visit us at http://communitypresbyterian.org.