Henry Klippenstein warned us of the dangers of treating doubt as a virtue, rather than a means to greater faith. Incessant doubt may be toxic or even pathological. If we stop at Sola scriptura (by the Bible alone), our expectations for accuracy may risk disillusionment with its human compilation. Is there enough humility in our certainties? The other four Solas (Faith, Grace, Christ, and Glory to God alone) are also ways that God speaks to us today. Henry encouraged us to seek more experiential knowledge of the Divine through our relationships with Christ and each other (“at one-ment” flows from atonement). The Wuest Expanded Translation of John 20:27 helped us to hear Jesus’ words to Thomas, calling us to be in a progressive state of believing. [KH]

Service Details

Passage: John 14:1-9a+11-18; John 20:19-27

Communion: No

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Potluck Lunch: No

Congregational Meeting: No

Worship Team

Speaker: Henry Klippenstein

Worship Leader: Janice Kreider

Song Leader: Angela Ruthven

Pianist: Ruth Enns

Usher: Chris Skinner

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