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Doctrine that Dances: The Book of Romans

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Doctrine that Dances: The Book of Romans

Theology (the study of God and his works) is like music and dancing where we learn more of who he is in such a way that puts the church on the move. The dance we are look for is when God’s people are so built up in their theology that they are catapulted into action. It’s as if the music gets playing and God is offering you his hand saying, “Will you join me?” The series title, “Doctrine that Dances,” is borrowed from a book on preaching by Robert Smith, Jr.

March 8, 2020

I Am Not Ashamed

Speaker: Eric Rivera Series: Doctrine that Dances: The Book of Romans Passage: Romans 1:16–1:17

March 1, 2020

The Faith of Others Is...

Speaker: Jeremy Barahona Series: Doctrine that Dances: The Book of Romans Passage: Romans 1:8–1:15

February 23, 2020

Doctrine That Dances

Speaker: Eric Rivera Series: Doctrine that Dances: The Book of Romans Passage: Romans 1:1–1:7

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