Crossing the Border of Myth

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Sermon Notes

Today we’re looking at Jesus’ coming through a nontraditional source – the accounts of the apostle John – both in his gospel account and in the beginning of his first epistle.  In these he’s powerfully stating that Jesus’ coming wasn’t a myth but he really came in the flesh and they saw him, heard him and touched him.  That gives us confidence to believe in Jesus as well.