Monthly Archives: January 2022

Bible Theology Class #3: Abraham’s Call (and its Consequences)

This class will help students understand what the Bible is about and how its parts – Old Testament and New, Gospels and epistles – fit together. Such an understanding will better prepare Christians to express their faith to others and … Continue reading

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Holiness Is Back in Vogue (or Should Be)

H. B. Warner is perhaps best known for playing the drinking druggist Mr. Gower in “It’s a Wonderful Life,” but 19 years earlier he was cast by the legendary director Cecil B. DeMille to play Jesus in the silent film “King … Continue reading

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Wide Angle: The Exchange (Barabbas)

In or around 29 A.D., a man named Barabbas found himself in the most secure prison in the country, awaiting execution in the morning. The story is told in Luke 23 but, before we get into it, we need a … Continue reading

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Secret Identity: 1 Peter 2:4-9

A biblical reminder of who Christians are and helping them to know what they should do.

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Genesis 3-11(Biblical Theology, Class 2)

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Falling from Faith: The Anatomy of Apostasy

(Read time: approx. 31/2 minutes.) I have been acquainted with numerous people who have fallen away from the faith. One I knew well and remains a friend. Some have been Christian ministers. I am distressed when people leave the faith. … Continue reading

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New Class in Biblical Theology Offered

The Bible is a big book, containing around three-quarters of a million words. It’s easy to get lost in its pages. Readers often wonder what the Old Testament has to do with the New Testament and what Leviticus has to … Continue reading

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The Cross: Summit of Salvation History (Wide Angle)

(Reading time: Approximate 3 minutes.) We have been on a wide-angle journey through the Scriptures and have taken little time to pause and take in the sights along the way. We have been like mountain climbers whose goal is to … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Change Your Life Now (1 Peter 1:10-190

Over the years, I’ve met people who bristle at the idea that being a Christian means they need to change. They think, “I’m already a Christian! How can that preacher imply that I need to change!” Or they say, “That’s … Continue reading

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The Bible in Wide Angle: Genesis 1

Enjoy this class on how the Bible ties together. This week, the who and why of creation from Genesis 1.

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