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Soren Kierkegaard is known as the “Father of existentialism.” So what is he doing preaching a sermon about a God that never changes?
In this sermon, “The Unchangeableness of God,” Kierkegaard argues that God has never forgotten any action that we have ever taken. That God’s immutability is one of the most terrifying and true realities of God we have to deal with.
Special thanks to Josiah Carrigan for reading this sermon for Revived Thoughts. He lives in Washington state and is married with four kids. He is active in student ministry at his current church and worked as a missionary overseas in Africa before that. He is also a teacher.
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Click below for the transcript for this episode:
What could Christians do if they saw past this one moment in time? Our goal with Revived Thoughts is to help Christians do just that by learning from historical sermons.