Feasting Part IV - The Necessity of Extra-Biblical Feasting

Date: 12/23/2007
Topic: Christmas
Price: FREE
If we understand the Gospel, then we won't be able to help celebrating at some point and in some way. If we have grasped what Christ has done for us, then we cannot help but feast. In particular, if we understand what happened in the Incarnation, then we won't be able to help holding a festival at some point. It is this lesson that the observers of the Incarnation and the participants in all the events teach us.
Stuart W. Bryan Stuart Bryan is the pastor of Trinity Church. He and his wife, Paige, have seven children, four homegrown, two adopted from the lovely land of Guatemala, and one adopted from Ukraine. Stuart earned his B.A. in Religion from Whitworth College and his M.A. in Theological and Historical Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.

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