A sermon for Lent: Jesus, Creator and Redeemer

Below is a video of a sermon for Lent from Joel Hunter (pictured at right) of Northland Church in the Orlando area. Dr. Hunter addresses the importance of seeing God everywhere and in everyday things. He does so while examining the complementary truths of science and faith in a way that speaks against the wrong-headed spiritual vs material dualism that, sadly, is so prevalent in our culture among believers and non-believers alike. The union of all things (in heaven and on earth---spiritual and material) with God, in Christ, is a fundamental precept of incarnational, Trinitarian theology.


“Jesus, Creator and Redeemer" (Sermon) - Dr. Joel Hunter from Northland Church on Vimeo.


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