“A Date Which Will Live in Infamy” was a Sunday Remembering December 7, 1941… Harry Clifton Clay (1920-2010) was my father’s next door neighbor in Homosassa, FL. Seventy-two years ago, he was a young 21 year old marine who was stationed in Pearl Harbor on...Read More
In this series of sermons, Fr. Charlie addresses the difference between true and false Christianity. The letter to the Galatians was written to a church where a group of people slipped into the congregation and began to pressure the members to adopt a version of Christianity...Read More
Dr. Marcus Borg and The Rev. Charles Holt discuss the historic nature of the Resurrection of Jesus on the Campus of Rollins. The public forum was held on February 7, 2013. Related Article: Being Skeptical of the Skeptics: A Critique of the Jesus...Read More
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The Old Testament: A current lecture series for 2013 that will cover the entire Old Testament in 50 lessons. Check back weekly for the latest!
The New Testament: A current lecture series for 2013 which when finished will cover the entire New Testament in 50 lessons.
Who Do You Say That I Am? A lecture series on Jesus studying N.T. Wright’s book, Jesus and the Victory of God (note: unfortunately lecture 5 was not recorded)
The Book of Revelation: A 10-Part lecture series on one of the most inspiring and mysterious books of the Bible.
Priority in Marriage: A one-part teaching where Brooke and Charlie Holt share on how they have learned to order priorities in their marriage
Topical Sermon Studies:
Sermon Studies on Books of the Bible:
Interview of Rev. Charlie Holt on 950 WTLN Radio: April 22, 2012
Jesus said: “Do You Love Me? Then Feed My Sheep.”: Published in the Fall 2011, St. Peter’s Connection
Skeptical of the Skeptics: A Critique of the Jesus Seminar: Published in the May 2011, Central Florida Episcopalian
Public Discussion with Marcus Borg at Rollins Campus: February 7, 2013
The Old Testament Study will help you go deeper in your understanding of the Bible. Taught by the Rev. Charlie Holt, Dr. Mark Futato and Rev. Wes Sharp at St. Peter’s Church
"God works all things for the good of those who love him and are called according to his purpose.” All things? Even this tragic encounter? Even this community disruption? Do we have the eyes to see the good that is being brought forth by the Lord even now?