Sermons: A Vision of Beauty

Sermons: A Vision of Beauty

In this short sermon clip, Greg Boyd discusses how God, science, and nature can work together to tell us the story of our universe. In the full sermon, Greg begins the series on Revelation and shows us three things to keep in mind when reading the book of Revelation.

You can view the full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/a-vision-of-beauty

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