Sermon by Adam Cetrangolo given on 16th February 2020
The letter of Jude is one of the shortest in the New Testament. Jude, most likely the half-brother of Jesus, is desperate for his readers to hold on to God’s truth and not to be led astray by false teaching. He encourages his readers to stick to the teaching they were originally given, and to contend for the true faith. This message resonates strongly in our 21st century culture that seeks to deconstruct traditional theology. This three-week study aims to resource followers of Jesus to perceive wrong doctrine and to lovingly seek truth.
Read Jude 5-19 here: http://bible.oremus.org/?ql=448829600
The slides for this sermon can be viewed here: https://tinyurl.com/rmxwu3s
Referenced material from Barna: https://www.barna.com/research/two-thirds-christians-face-doubt/ and from Mark Sayers: https://www.podbean.com/eu/pb-8rhwh-a04c7e