How do we know what’s going on? How do we read the signs of the times? We could do so politically, sociologically, culturally, or economically. But the Bible insists that the world should be read theologically. What precisely is God doing and why? This sermon is about how to do this.
Reading the Signs of the Times
Cycle BLentWeek 4
by Bishop Robert BarronMarch 22, 2009
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