Posts Tagged ‘bible’

In the fifth session in our study about God’s revelation/communication with mankind, we take a look at the idea that The Bible is without error. What does it mean to be “inerrant”? Why do we believe this? What are some difficulties we encounter regarding this doctrine?

 

This is the audio from the Wednesday evening study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church covering the Doctrine of Revelation. Not to be confused with the Book of Revelation (covering end times events), the Doctrine of Revelation looks at the nature of God’s communication to mankind.

In this fourth  session we took a look at how The Bible can be described as “being from God” when it was obviously written by human authors, clearly displaying their personalities, styles, and backgrounds.

This is the audio from the Wednesday evening study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church covering the Doctrine of Revelation. Not to be confused with the Book of Revelation (covering end times events), the Doctrine of Revelation looks at the nature of God’s communication to mankind.

In this third  session we wrapped up our discussion on Natural Theology and began a look at the means of Special Revelation, including the doctrine of Divine Inspiration.

The study, taught by pastor Marc at Liberty Hill Baptist Church,  continues as God’s promise to Israel is kept and the Jews return to Jerusalem and await the coming Messiah. In this session we took a look at the return of the Jews from exile and how the Jesus fits the description of the Messiah.

The Bible Fast Forward material is produced by Stand to Reason, and the super cool intro music is by Mark Swayze.

Audio from the Wednesday night study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church, taught by pastor Marc.

As Judah goes into captivity in Babylon, the prophets give a promise, not only of a future restoration but of a New Covenant which God will establish with Israel & Judah … and which will be extended to the Gentiles. As New Covenant which we now know was established through Jesus Christ.

The Bible Fast Forward material, is produced by Stand to Reason, and the super cool music is by Mark Swayze.

 

The historical evidence for Biblical events is plentiful, especially regarding the Assyrian invasion of Israel and Judah and the Babylonian Conquest of Judah. This session focused less on the theological plan of salvation and more on the historical evidence for this time period in Biblical history using some of the evidence as presented in True U’s “Is the Bible Reliable?” series.

The main study, The Bible Fast Forward, is produced by Stand to Reason, and the super cool music is by Mark Swayze.

In Jeremiah 20:7, he says, “you have deceived me and I am deceived.” Is Jeremiah calling God a liar? A challenge was offered to me that this creates a dilemma. Either God is a liar or the Bible is wrong. But is that really the case?

Around the time of the Jewish captivity in Babylon, a handful of prophets gave important messages for both the nations of Israel and Judah and the coming Messiah. In this session we took a look at Daniel and what his visions and prophecies entailed for the future … and for us.

This audio is of the Wednesday night study at Liberty Hill Baptist Church in Moody, TX, taught by pastor Marc Lambert.

The Bible Fast Forward material is produced by Stand to Reason, and the addition historical information is taken from the True-U series “Is The Bible Reliable?”.

And the groovy tunes are by Mark Swayze.