We ask pastor David Murray to explain the meaning of the Old Testament Book of Job.
Pastor Ben Skaug talks about Melchizedek, a genealogy-less character in Genesis mentioned again in the New Testament book of Hebrews. Why is he significant to understanding Jesus? For more information: www.covenantgracebc.com and www.biblestudytools.com.
What are the Gnostic gospels? Timothy Paul Jones answers. www.timothypauljones.com
For more information about Zach Schlegel, visit: www.capitolhillbaptist.org
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Jim Hamilton covers the Torah, the Old Testament books of the law, and explains the themes of God's glory, salvation and mercy to be found there. www.jimhamilton.info
For more information about Joe Coffey, visit: www.joecoffeytalk.com
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Pastor Robert Greene gives us the full scoop on the roles of elders in the church. For more information: www.redemptionhill.com and www.christianity.com.
David Murray breaks down the themes of the Song of Solomon.
We ask pastor Raymond Goodlett whether the spiritual gifts are still being poured out today. For more info: www.redemptionhill.com and www.christianity.com.
David Murray points us to God and the gospel in the Old Testament Book of Ruth. For more information: www.headhearthand.org and www.biblestudytools.com.
New Testament writers suggest that we are to test ourselves to gain the assurance that we are followers of Christ. Pastor Zach Schlegel explains how he counsels those who wonder if they are Christians, starting by asking where they place their hope. For more information: www.capitolhillbaptist.org and www.christianity.com.
How are we to interpret natural disasters? Are they necessarily a sign of God's judgment?
Josh Moody looks at the foreshadowing of the gospel in the story of creation and the fall of man. For more information: www.college-church.com and www.biblestudytools.com.
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- January 21, 2013 |
We ask Pastor Alec Miller to explain James 1:27's charge to practice "pure and undefiled religion." What is pure and undefiled religion? Where do orphans and widows come in? And are Christians really to be "religious" anyway?
- January 14, 2013 |
- December 25, 2012 |
Mary Kassian discusses Rachel Held Evans' new book A Year of Biblical Womanhood. For more: www.girlsgonewise.com
- December 02, 2012 |