Posts Tagged ‘Christ’

At the July 20th, 2016 Wednesday evening study at Liberty Hill, we took a look at the historical facts surrounding the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ and examined many of the common explanations offered.

In this final session of our journey through The Bible Fast Forward, we examine what it is that Jesus accomplished on the cross.

 

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 groovy tunes are by Mark Swayze

Why did God become a man? In this session of the study we take a look at what was accomplished by Christ by His putting on humanity. We also take a look at some of the historical evidence supporting the reliability of the New Testament.

 

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.

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.

 

The central event for Christianity is the resurrection of Jesus Christ 3 days after having been crucified and buried. This singular event not only validates His claims and the authority of His teachings, but can be historically verified.

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Often the idea of theology or doctrine brings to mind really thick and dusty books along with old stuffy professors using big words that no one knows. It sounds boring and pretty much pointless to the day to day life of ordinary folks.

But is this true? Or can theology and right doctrine actually be a means by which we stir up our affections for the Lord and deepen our relationship with Christ?