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The Ten Commandments - Part 4
Mark Lanier



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lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/the-ten-commandments-part-4/
Sun, 08 Nov 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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The Ten Commandments - Part 3
Mark Lanier



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Sun, 01 Nov 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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The Ten Commandments - Part 2
Mark Lanier



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lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/the-ten-commandments-part-2/
Sun, 25 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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The Ten Commandments - Part 1
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with Lesson 5 in A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: AReflection of God’s Character with a focus on the first 2 of the Ten Commandments. Mark explained in referencing documented laws from the ages how law has always been a reflection of its author(s), and the Ten Commandments area reflection of God’s character. Commandment 1-I am the LORDyour God...You shall have no other gods before me. Commandment 2-You shall not make for yourself a carved image... God is not only everywhere, but he is also all powerful. The Israelites didn’t need to worry about their problems being greater than what the LORD could handle. The LORD was the only God Israel would ever need.
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Mon, 19 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with Lesson 5 in A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: AReflection of God’s Character with a focus on the first 2 of the Ten Commandments. Mark explained in referencing documented laws from the ages how law has always been a reflection ofwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with Lesson 5 in A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: AReflection of God’s Character with a focus on the first 2 of the Ten Commandments. Mark explained in referencing documented laws from the ages how law has always been a reflection of its author(s), and the Ten Commandments area reflection of God’s character. Commandment 1-I am the LORDyour God...You shall have no other gods before me. Commandment 2-You shall not make for yourself a carved image... God is not only everywhere, but he is also all powerful. The Israelites didn’t need to worry about their problems being greater than what the LORD could handle. The LORD was the only God Israel would ever need.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/the-ten-commandments-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/the-ten-commandments-part-1/audio.mp3

What Use is the Law - Part 2
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with Lesson 4, How Does the Law of God Reflect God’s Character, in the Series: A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character.

Law is a system of principles which are ordained or established rules of conduct as regulating the actions of its member and enforced by penalties. God gave the biblical law to the Israelites. God was Israel’s king. God gave the people what they needed to know His character: infinite, personal, and moral. We find God through His law.

Mark provided a review on the first three classes then continued with this emphasis: Biblical law reflects holy ethics in a way that would guide Israel in its time and place in history to fulfill God's purpose by walking in God’s holiness. His people are set apart by reflecting His character.
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lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/what-use-is-the-law-part-2/
Sun, 11 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with Lesson 4, How Does the Law of God Reflect God’s Character, in the Series: A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character. Law is a system of principles which are ordained or established rules of conduct as reguwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with Lesson 4, How Does the Law of God Reflect God’s Character, in the Series: A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character. Law is a system of principles which are ordained or established rules of conduct as regulating the actions of its member and enforced by penalties. God gave the biblical law to the Israelites. God was Israel’s king. God gave the people what they needed to know His character: infinite, personal, and moral. We find God through His law. Mark provided a review on the first three classes then continued with this emphasis: Biblical law reflects holy ethics in a way that would guide Israel in its time and place in history to fulfill God's purpose by walking in God’s holiness. His people are set apart by reflecting His character.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/what-use-is-the-law-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/what-use-is-the-law-part-2/audio.mp3

What Use is the Law - Part 1
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with Lesson 3, How Does the Law of God Reflect God’s Character, in the Series: A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character.

God gave Israel signs to show they were separate from the nations. This showed the national identity of Gods people. Common questions arise: 1) Is the Old Testament Law applicable to Christians today? 2) What parts of the Old Testament are applicable today? 3) What is the justification for accepting parts of the Old Testament as binding, but not others?

Mark began to share various answers and positions of people, with two covered in this lesson.

Bad answer #1: The law doesn’t apply to Christians because it was nailed to the cross. But they belong together. Paul wrote in 2nd Timothy 3:16-17 confirming OT laws. The law was never given for people to be saved by it. Because it’s Impossible. We need to read the law with understanding. Jesus came to fulfill the law. God's law never becomes void.
Bad answer #2: “The moral section of the Old Testament Law is binding on believers, but not the ‘other’ sections.” What sections are moral? Who determines this? Too often we decide what is appropriate by what we feel instead of God.

Listen to Mark discuss the various types of law and how the Bible addresses them. Biblical law reflected God's holy ways that would guide Israel to fulfill Gods purposes.
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lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/what-use-is-the-law-part-1/
Sun, 04 Oct 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with Lesson 3, How Does the Law of God Reflect God’s Character, in the Series: A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character. God gave Israel signs to show they were separate from the nations. This showed the natiowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with Lesson 3, How Does the Law of God Reflect God’s Character, in the Series: A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character. God gave Israel signs to show they were separate from the nations. This showed the national identity of Gods people. Common questions arise: 1) Is the Old Testament Law applicable to Christians today? 2) What parts of the Old Testament are applicable today? 3) What is the justification for accepting parts of the Old Testament as binding, but not others? Mark began to share various answers and positions of people, with two covered in this lesson. Bad answer #1: The law doesn’t apply to Christians because it was nailed to the cross. But they belong together. Paul wrote in 2nd Timothy 3:16-17 confirming OT laws. The law was never given for people to be saved by it. Because it’s Impossible. We need to read the law with understanding. Jesus came to fulfill the law. God's law never becomes void. Bad answer #2: “The moral section of the Old Testament Law is binding on believers, but not the ‘other’ sections.” What sections are moral? Who determines this? Too often we decide what is appropriate by what we feel instead of God. Listen to Mark discuss the various types of law and how the Bible addresses them. Biblical law reflected God's holy ways that would guide Israel to fulfill Gods purposes.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/what-use-is-the-law-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/what-use-is-the-law-part-1/audio.mp3

Biblical Law in Cultural Context
Mark Lanier


Mark taught week two in the new series, "A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character,” focused on Biblical Law in Cultural Context. Was anything unique about Biblical Law? Mark used the following process to compare and contrast legal codes from that era and area:

Define the approach: How the question will be answered. — Time and location to other legal codes before and after Sinai
Compare and contrast the other legal systems/codes with Biblical Law. The earliest known law dates back to 2100BC, and Biblical Law dates 1400-1200 BC. Mark shows us the laws that governed people were dictated by man. But God gave the Law of Sinai to Moses.
Implications: What does Biblical Law mean for us? — God gave the Law of Sinai to Moses. These are God’s commandments. He called the Israelites and us to be like Him, to be holy.

God made you and me to be in His image: we share His moral makeup. What is right and good and holy to God is to be the same with us. (Num. 15:40). Listen to Mark expound on how God wrote the Biblical Law as a reflection of Him.
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lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/biblical-law-in-cultural-context/
Sun, 27 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught week two in the new series, "A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character,” focused on Biblical Law in Cultural Context. Was anything unique about Biblical Law? Mark used the following process to compare and contrastwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught week two in the new series, "A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character,” focused on Biblical Law in Cultural Context. Was anything unique about Biblical Law? Mark used the following process to compare and contrast legal codes from that era and area: Define the approach: How the question will be answered. — Time and location to other legal codes before and after Sinai Compare and contrast the other legal systems/codes with Biblical Law. The earliest known law dates back to 2100BC, and Biblical Law dates 1400-1200 BC. Mark shows us the laws that governed people were dictated by man. But God gave the Law of Sinai to Moses. Implications: What does Biblical Law mean for us? — God gave the Law of Sinai to Moses. These are God’s commandments. He called the Israelites and us to be like Him, to be holy. God made you and me to be in His image: we share His moral makeup. What is right and good and holy to God is to be the same with us. (Num. 15:40). Listen to Mark expound on how God wrote the Biblical Law as a reflection of Him.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/biblical-law-in-cultural-context/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/biblical-law-in-cultural-context/audio.mp3

A Trial Lawyer's Brief on Biblical Law: A Reflection of God’s Character
Mark Lanier


Mark introduced a new series that focuses on the law as found in the Torah. After giving an overview of different types of law, Mark explained that Biblical law is more than a rule of conduct or action prescribed by a controlling authority; God reveals Himself through the law. By the time of Jesus, the law held a central place in Jewish life. Biblical law can tell us what to do, but it doesn’t give us life. And the law wasn’t the source of eternal life. God reveals himself as gracious through the Biblical law. He calls us to be holy like He is holy. Listen to Mark explain the Greek meaning of “law” and how Jesus fulfills the Law perfectly. In the weeks ahead, we will see God and Jesus revealed in greater detail through the study of the Law.
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lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/
Sun, 20 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark introduced a new series that focuses on the law as found in the Torah. After giving an overview of different types of law, Mark explained that Biblical law is more than a rule of conduct or action prescribed by a controlling authority; God reveals Hiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark introduced a new series that focuses on the law as found in the Torah. After giving an overview of different types of law, Mark explained that Biblical law is more than a rule of conduct or action prescribed by a controlling authority; God reveals Himself through the law. By the time of Jesus, the law held a central place in Jewish life. Biblical law can tell us what to do, but it doesn’t give us life. And the law wasn’t the source of eternal life. God reveals himself as gracious through the Biblical law. He calls us to be holy like He is holy. Listen to Mark explain the Greek meaning of “law” and how Jesus fulfills the Law perfectly. In the weeks ahead, we will see God and Jesus revealed in greater detail through the study of the Law.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/a-trial-lawyers-brief-on-biblical-law-a-reflection-of-gods-character/audio.mp3

SE - Don Finto - Wisdom from an Elder
Mark Lanier



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Sun, 13 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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SE - Stephen Trammell - Deep Joy In Spite of Difficult Circumstances
Mark Lanier



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lessons/special-events/se-stephen-trammell-deep-joy-in-spite-of-difficult-circumstances/
Sun, 06 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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SE - Brent Dyer - Worship Through Song
Mark Lanier


Mark interviewed Pastor Brent Dyer for a joint session to discuss the power and theology of worship in song: bringing praise to our Creator.

3 areas of consideration:

1. Knowing Brent: An only child whose father and grandfather were pastors. Grew up in Dallas and attended Baylor University. He is married and they have a son and daughter.

2.The theology or philosophy of worship -Romans 12:1-2 . Worship is the day-to-day way we live our lives in sacrifice to God.

3.Q&A -Individualworship vs corporate worship. Corporate worship is an overflow of daily individual worship. Corporate worship allows us to connect with God while encouraging each other. Listen to Mark and Brent explore worship and glorifying God in song. The quality of voice is not important; worship is a true and conscious matter of the heart. We are singing to an audience of One
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lessons/special-events/se-brent-dyer-worship-through-song/
Sun, 30 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark interviewed Pastor Brent Dyer for a joint session to discuss the power and theology of worship in song: bringing praise to our Creator. 3 areas of consideration: 1. Knowing Brent: An only child whose father and grandfather were pastors. Grew up in Dawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark interviewed Pastor Brent Dyer for a joint session to discuss the power and theology of worship in song: bringing praise to our Creator. 3 areas of consideration: 1. Knowing Brent: An only child whose father and grandfather were pastors. Grew up in Dallas and attended Baylor University. He is married and they have a son and daughter. 2.The theology or philosophy of worship -Romans 12:1-2 . Worship is the day-to-day way we live our lives in sacrifice to God. 3.Q&A -Individualworship vs corporate worship. Corporate worship is an overflow of daily individual worship. Corporate worship allows us to connect with God while encouraging each other. Listen to Mark and Brent explore worship and glorifying God in song. The quality of voice is not important; worship is a true and conscious matter of the heart. We are singing to an audience of Onehttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-dyer-worship-through-song/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-dyer-worship-through-song/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 24 08/23/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


This week Mark taught on the power of singing praises to God. The lesson had 3 areas of focus:

1.Biblical instruction -The Bible tells us to sing, to worship God, to bless, honor, and praise what God has done.

2. Historical practice -Worship is giving God His natural place. Singing affects the way we shape thoughts, actions, and feelings.

3. Practical exercises -Worship and singing needs to focus on our target: God. Worship is not entertainment, but a place of holiness. We learn that singing requires both sides of the brain. Mark highlights Bible passages that show our singing impacts how we think, act, and feel toward God, personally and corporately.
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lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-24-08-23-2020-mark-lanier/
Sun, 23 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis week Mark taught on the power of singing praises to God. The lesson had 3 areas of focus: 1.Biblical instruction -The Bible tells us to sing, to worship God, to bless, honor, and praise what God has done. 2. Historical practice -Worship is giving Godwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis week Mark taught on the power of singing praises to God. The lesson had 3 areas of focus: 1.Biblical instruction -The Bible tells us to sing, to worship God, to bless, honor, and praise what God has done. 2. Historical practice -Worship is giving God His natural place. Singing affects the way we shape thoughts, actions, and feelings. 3. Practical exercises -Worship and singing needs to focus on our target: God. Worship is not entertainment, but a place of holiness. We learn that singing requires both sides of the brain. Mark highlights Bible passages that show our singing impacts how we think, act, and feel toward God, personally and corporately.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-24-08-23-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-24-08-23-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 23 08/16/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark’s lesson focused on Knowing God, based on the book by J. I. Packer. Mark provided the different meanings of the wordknowin Hebrew and Greek. He taught three points:

1. Perspective: Be a watcher not a doer. We want to knowGod, not simply know about God.

2. Practical: Wegrow our relationship through Jesus, fellowship, the Holy Spirit, and personal exercise of faith.

3.Payoff or Result:We were created for intimacy with God, true peace, contentment, confidence, joy, and purpose to bring glory to God.Listen to Mark show us through many Scriptures the importance of knowing God in the sense of all the Hebrew meanings of the word
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lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-23-08-16-2020-mark-lanier/
Sun, 16 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark’s lesson focused on Knowing God, based on the book by J. I. Packer. Mark provided the different meanings of the wordknowin Hebrew and Greek. He taught three points: 1. Perspective: Be a watcher not a doer. We want to knowGod, not simply know about Gowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark’s lesson focused on Knowing God, based on the book by J. I. Packer. Mark provided the different meanings of the wordknowin Hebrew and Greek. He taught three points: 1. Perspective: Be a watcher not a doer. We want to knowGod, not simply know about God. 2. Practical: Wegrow our relationship through Jesus, fellowship, the Holy Spirit, and personal exercise of faith. 3.Payoff or Result:We were created for intimacy with God, true peace, contentment, confidence, joy, and purpose to bring glory to God.Listen to Mark show us through many Scriptures the importance of knowing God in the sense of all the Hebrew meanings of the wordhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-23-08-16-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-23-08-16-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 22 08/09/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


The Road toEmmaus Series (Luke 24) continues with Mark showing us pictures of Jesus from the Old Testament. Mark focused on Jesus, Abraham & Us from the passage: John 8:48-59.

 Jesus as the power of resurrection, the great I Am.
Abraham who exceedingly rejoiced to see Jesus’ day -Genesis 22:1-14 in comparison with John 3:16 and John 15:9.Comparisons betweenIssac who carried the wood like Jesus carried his cross until he was fatigued.God provided the lamb for Issac & Abraham saw the day when Jesus as the lamb of God would provide the sacrifice to take away the sins of the world.
Us, who God has always had in mind with a plan of redemption to bring sinful humanity to Himself.Mark concludes the connection of Abraham in the Old Testament with the coming of Jesus in a grand love story of joy, intimacy, and eternity.
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lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-22-08-09-2020-mark-lanier/
Sun, 09 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe Road toEmmaus Series (Luke 24) continues with Mark showing us pictures of Jesus from the Old Testament. Mark focused on Jesus, Abraham & Us from the passage: John 8:48-59.  Jesus as the power of resurrection, the great I Am. Abraham who exceedingly rewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe Road toEmmaus Series (Luke 24) continues with Mark showing us pictures of Jesus from the Old Testament. Mark focused on Jesus, Abraham & Us from the passage: John 8:48-59.  Jesus as the power of resurrection, the great I Am. Abraham who exceedingly rejoiced to see Jesus’ day -Genesis 22:1-14 in comparison with John 3:16 and John 15:9.Comparisons betweenIssac who carried the wood like Jesus carried his cross until he was fatigued.God provided the lamb for Issac & Abraham saw the day when Jesus as the lamb of God would provide the sacrifice to take away the sins of the world. Us, who God has always had in mind with a plan of redemption to bring sinful humanity to Himself.Mark concludes the connection of Abraham in the Old Testament with the coming of Jesus in a grand love story of joy, intimacy, and eternity. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-22-08-09-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-22-08-09-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 21 08/02/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with The Story on the Road to Emmaus and what Jesus may have said to His followers. Mark used Isaiah 6 where it captures Isaiah’s vision of the Lord. The class focused on Isaiah’s calling in three areas:

1) Historical context

2) Detailing the vision

3) How to find Jesus in the passage. The passage shows how Isaiah’s vision provides a picture of the characteristics of God, the angelic worship of God, and Isaiah’s reaction to God’s call. Listen to Mark show howIsaiah’s calling parallels with our response to Jesus
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lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-21-08-02-2020-mark-lanier/
Sun, 02 Aug 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with The Story on the Road to Emmaus and what Jesus may have said to His followers. Mark used Isaiah 6 where it captures Isaiah’s vision of the Lord. The class focused on Isaiah’s calling in three areas: 1) Historical context 2) Detailing twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with The Story on the Road to Emmaus and what Jesus may have said to His followers. Mark used Isaiah 6 where it captures Isaiah’s vision of the Lord. The class focused on Isaiah’s calling in three areas: 1) Historical context 2) Detailing the vision 3) How to find Jesus in the passage. The passage shows how Isaiah’s vision provides a picture of the characteristics of God, the angelic worship of God, and Isaiah’s reaction to God’s call. Listen to Mark show howIsaiah’s calling parallels with our response to Jesus https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-21-08-02-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-21-08-02-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 20 07/26/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with Part 2 of Ezekiel 37, The Valley of Dry Bones. The book of Ezekiel can be viewed as two books: judgment and redemption. Markoffers three points to consider with anin-depth look at Ezekiel 37. 1) Context:Putting our minds back into the people and culture who lived 2,600 years ago. 500 to 600 years before Jesus. 2) Scripture:God spoke His Spirit into dry bones that brought the dead to life and 3) New Testament colors: Scripture that shows how Ezekiel 37 is fulfilled in the New Testament through Jesus.
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Mon, 27 Jul 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with Part 2 of Ezekiel 37, The Valley of Dry Bones. The book of Ezekiel can be viewed as two books: judgment and redemption. Markoffers three points to consider with anin-depth look at Ezekiel 37. 1) Context:Putting our minds back into the webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with Part 2 of Ezekiel 37, The Valley of Dry Bones. The book of Ezekiel can be viewed as two books: judgment and redemption. Markoffers three points to consider with anin-depth look at Ezekiel 37. 1) Context:Putting our minds back into the people and culture who lived 2,600 years ago. 500 to 600 years before Jesus. 2) Scripture:God spoke His Spirit into dry bones that brought the dead to life and 3) New Testament colors: Scripture that shows how Ezekiel 37 is fulfilled in the New Testament through Jesus.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-20-07-26-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-20-07-26-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 19 07/12/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark starts with a review of past lessons that show Jesus in the tabernacle, temple, and sacrifices of the Mosaic system. He explains theBiblical story arc is one of evil and deception which finds its victory in Jesus. Mark then focuses on Ezekiel 27, thestory of the dry bones which shows a story steeped in foreign language andculture, death and life, suspense and advent, plus love. We find God’s story becomes personal as it is shownover and over in different shapes, forms, and colors through the narrative of Jesus Christ
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Sun, 19 Jul 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark starts with a review of past lessons that show Jesus in the tabernacle, temple, and sacrifices of the Mosaic system. He explains theBiblical story arc is one of evil and deception which finds its victory in Jesus. Mark then focuses on Ezekiel 27, thewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark starts with a review of past lessons that show Jesus in the tabernacle, temple, and sacrifices of the Mosaic system. He explains theBiblical story arc is one of evil and deception which finds its victory in Jesus. Mark then focuses on Ezekiel 27, thestory of the dry bones which shows a story steeped in foreign language andculture, death and life, suspense and advent, plus love. We find God’s story becomes personal as it is shownover and over in different shapes, forms, and colors through the narrative of Jesus Christhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-19-07-12-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-19-07-12-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 18 07/12/2020 Mark Lanier
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Sun, 12 Jul 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 17 07/05/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark taught Part III on the series about the Tabernacle as Jesus may have explained on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). This week’s focus is the Tabernacle Service and what went on inside there. Marks address three questions: 1. The ministry of the priests in the tent of meeting. 2. The ministry of the high priest in the holy of holies. 3. The relationship of the earthly shadow (tabernacle) to the heavenly reality of Jesus as our perfect High Priest. Listen to Mark compare and explain the responsibilities of the tabernacle priests and Jesus Christ, our Messiah
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Sun, 05 Jul 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught Part III on the series about the Tabernacle as Jesus may have explained on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). This week’s focus is the Tabernacle Service and what went on inside there. Marks address three questions: 1. The ministry of the priests iwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught Part III on the series about the Tabernacle as Jesus may have explained on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). This week’s focus is the Tabernacle Service and what went on inside there. Marks address three questions: 1. The ministry of the priests in the tent of meeting. 2. The ministry of the high priest in the holy of holies. 3. The relationship of the earthly shadow (tabernacle) to the heavenly reality of Jesus as our perfect High Priest. Listen to Mark compare and explain the responsibilities of the tabernacle priests and Jesus Christ, our Messiahhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-17-07-05-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-17-07-05-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 16 06/28/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with week 16 of Bible Study While Living with the Coronavirus: On the road to Emmaus from Luke 24 -What Jesus may have said to His disciples, part 2 of a focus on the tabernacle. This week’s topic shows how the tabernacle was an earthly shadow of a heavenly reality. Mark expands on aspects of God as revealed thru the tabernacle:

1. The uniqueness of God. God revealed Himself unique to all pagan gods. Everyone meets God in one place (the cross of Jesus). God grabs our attention but on His terms.

2. The holiness of God. Set apart like no other. A brightness that we can’t fathom. Utterly holy. Utterly purity. Utterly present. Utterly love.

3. The unity of God. God is one. One God in three persons. The goat skins around the tabernacle were clasped together, creating one unit.

Listen to Mark detail the construction of the tabernacle to reveal who God: Father, Son, Holy Spirit.
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Sun, 28 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with week 16 of Bible Study While Living with the Coronavirus: On the road to Emmaus from Luke 24 -What Jesus may have said to His disciples, part 2 of a focus on the tabernacle. This week’s topic shows how the tabernacle was an earthly shawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with week 16 of Bible Study While Living with the Coronavirus: On the road to Emmaus from Luke 24 -What Jesus may have said to His disciples, part 2 of a focus on the tabernacle. This week’s topic shows how the tabernacle was an earthly shadow of a heavenly reality. Mark expands on aspects of God as revealed thru the tabernacle: 1. The uniqueness of God. God revealed Himself unique to all pagan gods. Everyone meets God in one place (the cross of Jesus). God grabs our attention but on His terms. 2. The holiness of God. Set apart like no other. A brightness that we can’t fathom. Utterly holy. Utterly purity. Utterly present. Utterly love. 3. The unity of God. God is one. One God in three persons. The goat skins around the tabernacle were clasped together, creating one unit. Listen to Mark detail the construction of the tabernacle to reveal who God: Father, Son, Holy Spirit.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-16-06-28-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-16-06-28-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 15 06/21/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continuedBible Study During the Corona Virus with more of what Jesus might have said to His followers on The Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). Mark taught additional insight into the tabernacle. The context of the tabernacle began in Genesis. Mark shares that peopleare hard-wired to be in a relationship with God. God provides meaning, significance, and purpose to our lives. Without God, people create answers to fill that emptiness/void which is sin.We learn that theconcept of the tabernacle shows we are unholy and the law is an expression of God’s morality. We need to know the difference between who we are and who God is. Where do we as unholy people meet God? Listen to Mark answer this and other questions related to the tabernacle.
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Sun, 21 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continuedBible Study During the Corona Virus with more of what Jesus might have said to His followers on The Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). Mark taught additional insight into the tabernacle. The context of the tabernacle began in Genesis. Mark shares thawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continuedBible Study During the Corona Virus with more of what Jesus might have said to His followers on The Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). Mark taught additional insight into the tabernacle. The context of the tabernacle began in Genesis. Mark shares that peopleare hard-wired to be in a relationship with God. God provides meaning, significance, and purpose to our lives. Without God, people create answers to fill that emptiness/void which is sin.We learn that theconcept of the tabernacle shows we are unholy and the law is an expression of God’s morality. We need to know the difference between who we are and who God is. Where do we as unholy people meet God? Listen to Mark answer this and other questions related to the tabernacle.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-15-06-21-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-15-06-21-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 14 6/14/20 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with The Story on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24 series).Today’s lesson continued with a focus on what the Bible says about the Ark of the Covenant and what it means to us. Mark structured the lesson as a three-piece puzzle: 1. Understanding the 3 pieces of the Ark of the Covenant—The chest containing the 10 Commandments, the Covenant, and the Mercy Seat. 2. A Review of key concepts: 1) everyone living under the law has an insurmountable problem; no one can live up to the Law perfectly. 2) Atonement for sin is through blood. 3) Jesus became our atonement. 3.Lessons to learn: 1) God meets everyone at the mercy seat. 2) We should follow God in life through Jesus. 3) All things are possible in the presence of God. 4) Take the Lord into battle and the victories in life belong to the Lord. 5) Only the true God rescues us from sin. Listen to Mark teach a powerful lesson that shows why and how we need atonement for our sins through God’s grace
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Sun, 14 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with The Story on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24 series).Today’s lesson continued with a focus on what the Bible says about the Ark of the Covenant and what it means to us. Mark structured the lesson as a three-piece puzzle: 1. Understanding twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with The Story on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24 series).Today’s lesson continued with a focus on what the Bible says about the Ark of the Covenant and what it means to us. Mark structured the lesson as a three-piece puzzle: 1. Understanding the 3 pieces of the Ark of the Covenant—The chest containing the 10 Commandments, the Covenant, and the Mercy Seat. 2. A Review of key concepts: 1) everyone living under the law has an insurmountable problem; no one can live up to the Law perfectly. 2) Atonement for sin is through blood. 3) Jesus became our atonement. 3.Lessons to learn: 1) God meets everyone at the mercy seat. 2) We should follow God in life through Jesus. 3) All things are possible in the presence of God. 4) Take the Lord into battle and the victories in life belong to the Lord. 5) Only the true God rescues us from sin. Listen to Mark teach a powerful lesson that shows why and how we need atonement for our sins through God’s gracehttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-14-6-14-20-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-14-6-14-20-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 13 6/7/20 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued his series: Bible Study during the Coronavirus by focusing on The Road to Emmaus in Luke 24 with an emphasis on the Ark of the Covenant. Mark covered three points in this week’s lesson: 1) An explanation of the Ark of the Covenant and God’s detailed instruction for man to build the Ark, 2) How Jesus speaks through the Ark as the Messiah, and 3) How the Ark of the Covenant and Jesus as Messiah affects us today. Listen to Mark teach on the construction, meaning, and purpose of the Ark of the Covenant that contained the Ten Commandments or covenant with Israel, and how it applies to us today
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Sun, 07 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued his series: Bible Study during the Coronavirus by focusing on The Road to Emmaus in Luke 24 with an emphasis on the Ark of the Covenant. Mark covered three points in this week’s lesson: 1) An explanation of the Ark of the Covenant and God’swebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued his series: Bible Study during the Coronavirus by focusing on The Road to Emmaus in Luke 24 with an emphasis on the Ark of the Covenant. Mark covered three points in this week’s lesson: 1) An explanation of the Ark of the Covenant and God’s detailed instruction for man to build the Ark, 2) How Jesus speaks through the Ark as the Messiah, and 3) How the Ark of the Covenant and Jesus as Messiah affects us today. Listen to Mark teach on the construction, meaning, and purpose of the Ark of the Covenant that contained the Ten Commandments or covenant with Israel, and how it applies to us todayhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-13-6-7-20-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-13-6-7-20-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 12 5/31/20 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued his series: Bible Study during the Coronavirus with an emphasis on The Road to Emmaus in Luke 24. Mark related the racial unrest in the US due to the death of George Floyd with how Jesus addressed violence and racial inequality. We have three things to learn from how God instructed Israel to live: 1) The purpose of Israel 2) The focus of Israel 3) The key for Israel. Mark elaborated on each of those points and how they should be applied today so we are blessed to be a blessing to others.
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Sun, 31 May 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued his series: Bible Study during the Coronavirus with an emphasis on The Road to Emmaus in Luke 24. Mark related the racial unrest in the US due to the death of George Floyd with how Jesus addressed violence and racial inequality. We have thrwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued his series: Bible Study during the Coronavirus with an emphasis on The Road to Emmaus in Luke 24. Mark related the racial unrest in the US due to the death of George Floyd with how Jesus addressed violence and racial inequality. We have three things to learn from how God instructed Israel to live: 1) The purpose of Israel 2) The focus of Israel 3) The key for Israel. Mark elaborated on each of those points and how they should be applied today so we are blessed to be a blessing to others.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-12-5-31-20-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-12-5-31-20-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 11 5/24/20 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier



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Sun, 24 May 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 10 05/17/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continues the series - The Story on the Road to Emmaus. He references the name of God as noted in the familiar Psalm 23 passage, Exodus 3, Isaiah 40, and John 10. We learn Hebrew and Greek usages for YHVH, LORD, and I AM which all reflect Him being The Good Shepherd. Mark concludes the lesson by encouraging believers to search the Old and New Testaments to quench our burning desire to love and know Him better with each day.
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Sun, 17 May 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues the series - The Story on the Road to Emmaus. He references the name of God as noted in the familiar Psalm 23 passage, Exodus 3, Isaiah 40, and John 10. We learn Hebrew and Greek usages for YHVH, LORD, and I AM which all reflect Him being Twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues the series - The Story on the Road to Emmaus. He references the name of God as noted in the familiar Psalm 23 passage, Exodus 3, Isaiah 40, and John 10. We learn Hebrew and Greek usages for YHVH, LORD, and I AM which all reflect Him being The Good Shepherd. Mark concludes the lesson by encouraging believers to search the Old and New Testaments to quench our burning desire to love and know Him better with each day.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-10-05-17-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-10-05-17-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 9 05/10/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with his series: Biblical Study While Living with the Corona Virus by continuing a focus on - The Story on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). In this lesson, Mark continues with the Book of Ruth, a love story that previews the love of King Jesus for His people. We learn that Naomi and Emilech, a Hebrew family, left Bethlehem for Moab during a famine. Emilech and the two sons die, leaving Naomi alone. One daughter in law, Ruth refuses to return to her family and remains lovingly loyal to Naomi. The two women return to Bethlehem. Ruth meets a distant relative landowner Boaz who takes an interest in her. Listen to Mark tell Ruth’s story that links to the lineage of Jesus Christ and how Boaz as the redeemer of Ruth foreshadows Jesus’ redeeming his people the church.
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Sun, 10 May 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with his series: Biblical Study While Living with the Corona Virus by continuing a focus on - The Story on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). In this lesson, Mark continues with the Book of Ruth, a love story that previews the love of King Jesuswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with his series: Biblical Study While Living with the Corona Virus by continuing a focus on - The Story on the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24). In this lesson, Mark continues with the Book of Ruth, a love story that previews the love of King Jesus for His people. We learn that Naomi and Emilech, a Hebrew family, left Bethlehem for Moab during a famine. Emilech and the two sons die, leaving Naomi alone. One daughter in law, Ruth refuses to return to her family and remains lovingly loyal to Naomi. The two women return to Bethlehem. Ruth meets a distant relative landowner Boaz who takes an interest in her. Listen to Mark tell Ruth’s story that links to the lineage of Jesus Christ and how Boaz as the redeemer of Ruth foreshadows Jesus’ redeeming his people the church.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-9-05-10-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-9-05-10-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 8 05/03/2020 Mark Lanier
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Sun, 03 May 2020 00:00:00 +0000

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Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 7 04/26/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark taught Part 2 of the Road to Emmaus from Luke 24: The Story Behind the Story on the Road to Emmaus.Luke 24:27 is a reflection of what Moses in the Old Testament says about Jesus.Through Moses, we read the prophetic words of who and what Jesus would be, live, and do. Mark shares the Israelites weren’table to free themselves from slavery. Slavery begat slavery and sin begat sin, absent the redemptive hand of God. It’s impossible to have redemption of sin without death so redemption for the Israelites came from God. During the passover, the blood of the lamb was painted on the doors in the shape of a cross, showing the Passoverforeshadowed Jesus’ death on the cross. Listen to Mark show through Scripture the prophetic meaning of the Israelites freedom from death and our Lord and Savior Jesus.
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Sun, 26 Apr 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught Part 2 of the Road to Emmaus from Luke 24: The Story Behind the Story on the Road to Emmaus.Luke 24:27 is a reflection of what Moses in the Old Testament says about Jesus.Through Moses, we read the prophetic words of who and what Jesus would bwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught Part 2 of the Road to Emmaus from Luke 24: The Story Behind the Story on the Road to Emmaus.Luke 24:27 is a reflection of what Moses in the Old Testament says about Jesus.Through Moses, we read the prophetic words of who and what Jesus would be, live, and do. Mark shares the Israelites weren’table to free themselves from slavery. Slavery begat slavery and sin begat sin, absent the redemptive hand of God. It’s impossible to have redemption of sin without death so redemption for the Israelites came from God. During the passover, the blood of the lamb was painted on the doors in the shape of a cross, showing the Passoverforeshadowed Jesus’ death on the cross. Listen to Mark show through Scripture the prophetic meaning of the Israelites freedom from death and our Lord and Savior Jesus.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-7-04-26-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-7-04-26-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 6 04/19/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with Bible Study While Living with the Coronavirus. This week’s lesson focused On the Road to Emmaus from Luke 24:13-35. Easter Sunday has the power to change our lives, who we are, how we live, and how we interact with others through the power of the risen Savior. Mark provided three points from the Emmaus story: 1. Journey of Luke. He tuned into journey and structured his writings like an hourglass. 2. Journey of Emmaus. The journey to faith is a journey from sad thickheadedness to enthusiastic joy. 3. Journey of Life. Not to lose sight of the Resurrection. The last people that should experience sadness in this world are the ones who understand God resurrected His Son Jesus Christ from the dead. We are the children of God. The power that raised Jesus from the dead will raise us from the dead. Listen to Mark teach how the two men on the road to Emmaus rose from darkness to hurry back to Jerusalem to share the light of the risen Savior.
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Sun, 19 Apr 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with Bible Study While Living with the Coronavirus. This week’s lesson focused On the Road to Emmaus from Luke 24:13-35. Easter Sunday has the power to change our lives, who we are, how we live, and how we interact with others through the pwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with Bible Study While Living with the Coronavirus. This week’s lesson focused On the Road to Emmaus from Luke 24:13-35. Easter Sunday has the power to change our lives, who we are, how we live, and how we interact with others through the power of the risen Savior. Mark provided three points from the Emmaus story: 1. Journey of Luke. He tuned into journey and structured his writings like an hourglass. 2. Journey of Emmaus. The journey to faith is a journey from sad thickheadedness to enthusiastic joy. 3. Journey of Life. Not to lose sight of the Resurrection. The last people that should experience sadness in this world are the ones who understand God resurrected His Son Jesus Christ from the dead. We are the children of God. The power that raised Jesus from the dead will raise us from the dead. Listen to Mark teach how the two men on the road to Emmaus rose from darkness to hurry back to Jerusalem to share the light of the risen Savior.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-6-04-19-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-6-04-19-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 5 04/12/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


On Easter Sunday, Mark continued his series: Bible Study While living with the CoronaVirus. His lesson focused on the Empty Tomb with three questions for all of us: Was the death of Christ necessary? Why the empty tomb? What does this mean for me? Mark shared solid answers to these questions using Scripture passages to strengthen our faith. Listen to his reasoning with an in-depth study of what the empty tomb and Christ’s victory over death means for our faith.
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Sun, 12 Apr 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoOn Easter Sunday, Mark continued his series: Bible Study While living with the CoronaVirus. His lesson focused on the Empty Tomb with three questions for all of us: Was the death of Christ necessary? Why the empty tomb? What does this mean for me? Mark shwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comOn Easter Sunday, Mark continued his series: Bible Study While living with the CoronaVirus. His lesson focused on the Empty Tomb with three questions for all of us: Was the death of Christ necessary? Why the empty tomb? What does this mean for me? Mark shared solid answers to these questions using Scripture passages to strengthen our faith. Listen to his reasoning with an in-depth study of what the empty tomb and Christ’s victory over death means for our faith.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-5-04-12-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-5-04-12-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 4 04/05/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Biblical Study While Living with Coronavirus, lesson 4. This is Palm Sunday and this week, Mark weaves together 3 strands of thought:


1. Jewish Exile in Babylon: Jeremiah: 29:1-14. The people had to live through the crisis.


2. Palm Sunday: The Sunday before Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. Zach 9. & John 12:12-16. Many people looked for a king who’d free them from the tyranny of the Romans, not save them from their sins.

Through both of these times, we see God’s message to keep going because He is at work and will bring good out of a bad situation.


3. Corona Pandemic: The same three points that applied to those times also apply to the current Corona Pandemic: We must 1. Keep Going recognizing 2. God is at work and that 3. God brings good out of every bad situation.
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Sun, 05 Apr 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical Study While Living with Coronavirus, lesson 4. This is Palm Sunday and this week, Mark weaves together 3 strands of thought: 1. Jewish Exile in Babylon: Jeremiah: 29:1-14. The people had to live through the crisis. 2. Palm Sunday: The Sunday befowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical Study While Living with Coronavirus, lesson 4. This is Palm Sunday and this week, Mark weaves together 3 strands of thought: 1. Jewish Exile in Babylon: Jeremiah: 29:1-14. The people had to live through the crisis. 2. Palm Sunday: The Sunday before Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. Zach 9. & John 12:12-16. Many people looked for a king who’d free them from the tyranny of the Romans, not save them from their sins. Through both of these times, we see God’s message to keep going because He is at work and will bring good out of a bad situation. 3. Corona Pandemic: The same three points that applied to those times also apply to the current Corona Pandemic: We must 1. Keep Going recognizing 2. God is at work and that 3. God brings good out of every bad situation. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-4-04-05-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-4-04-05-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 3 03/29/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Biblical Study While Living with Coronavirus, lesson 3. Mark taught from Isaiah 40: Comfort for God’s people. In this text, we read and understand God’s broken heart for His people. Israel had lived unfaithful to God, and He would tear Israel apart. Jerusalem walked away from God, but Jesus is the return of God to His people. Matthew 28:20 tells us that Jesus is with us always to the end of the age. In applying the text to today: In Isaiah 40:29-31, God promises power to the faint, strength, and His presence. Mark concludes with a list of some of God's promises taken from the Bible. Comfort ye my people. God is in control.
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Sun, 29 Mar 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical Study While Living with Coronavirus, lesson 3. Mark taught from Isaiah 40: Comfort for God’s people. In this text, we read and understand God’s broken heart for His people. Israel had lived unfaithful to God, and He would tear Israel apart. Jeruswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical Study While Living with Coronavirus, lesson 3. Mark taught from Isaiah 40: Comfort for God’s people. In this text, we read and understand God’s broken heart for His people. Israel had lived unfaithful to God, and He would tear Israel apart. Jerusalem walked away from God, but Jesus is the return of God to His people. Matthew 28:20 tells us that Jesus is with us always to the end of the age. In applying the text to today: In Isaiah 40:29-31, God promises power to the faint, strength, and His presence. Mark concludes with a list of some of God's promises taken from the Bible. Comfort ye my people. God is in control.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-3-03-29-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-3-03-29-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 2 03/22/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark taught this week’s online class, Lesson 2 of Biblical Study While Living with the Coronavirus, from The Stone Chapel at The Lanier Theological Library. The number one issue facing most people during the worldwide pandemic is fear and uncertainty. The Bible speaks about these concerns. Those in biblical times shared similar anxieties: life, health, loved ones, jobs/finances, economy, life changes, supplies to exist, and more. Psalm 42 & 43 speaks to our concerns. The psalmist was having a tough time holding his stressful life together. He learned surviving emotional turmoil means engaging the head and not just the emotions of the heart. Even Jesus quoted passages from these Psalms while in the Garden of Gethsemane.  Mark points out that God isn’t finished with us yet. Let’s continually put our fears and uncertainties before God.
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Sun, 22 Mar 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught this week’s online class, Lesson 2 of Biblical Study While Living with the Coronavirus, from The Stone Chapel at The Lanier Theological Library. The number one issue facing most people during the worldwide pandemic is fear and uncertainty. Thewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught this week’s online class, Lesson 2 of Biblical Study While Living with the Coronavirus, from The Stone Chapel at The Lanier Theological Library. The number one issue facing most people during the worldwide pandemic is fear and uncertainty. The Bible speaks about these concerns. Those in biblical times shared similar anxieties: life, health, loved ones, jobs/finances, economy, life changes, supplies to exist, and more. Psalm 42 & 43 speaks to our concerns. The psalmist was having a tough time holding his stressful life together. He learned surviving emotional turmoil means engaging the head and not just the emotions of the heart. Even Jesus quoted passages from these Psalms while in the Garden of Gethsemane.  Mark points out that God isn’t finished with us yet. Let’s continually put our fears and uncertainties before God.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-2-03-22-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-2-03-22-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

Biblical Study While Living with Corona - Lesson 1 03/15/2020 Mark Lanier
Mark Lanier


Mark taught this week’s class titled: The Time of the Season -The Church During Times of Crisis and Change. God is sovereign, but we are to take precaution for thewelfare of others. Throughout time, the church has faced challenges in meeting for worship. The church has always and continues to figure out ways to adjust. The church knows God is in control. According to the church’s liturgical calendar, weare in Lent, a season of reflection renewal, preparation, repentance,and looking for ways to grow closer to God. Listen to Mark teach this season through Lent: Mark12:26-27, Palm Sunday: John 12:12-15, and Good Friday: John 19:28-30
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Sun, 15 Mar 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught this week’s class titled: The Time of the Season -The Church During Times of Crisis and Change. God is sovereign, but we are to take precaution for thewelfare of others. Throughout time, the church has faced challenges in meeting for worship. webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught this week’s class titled: The Time of the Season -The Church During Times of Crisis and Change. God is sovereign, but we are to take precaution for thewelfare of others. Throughout time, the church has faced challenges in meeting for worship. The church has always and continues to figure out ways to adjust. The church knows God is in control. According to the church’s liturgical calendar, weare in Lent, a season of reflection renewal, preparation, repentance,and looking for ways to grow closer to God. Listen to Mark teach this season through Lent: Mark12:26-27, Palm Sunday: John 12:12-15, and Good Friday: John 19:28-30https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-1-03-15-2020-mark-lanier/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona/biblical-study-while-living-with-corona-lesson-1-03-15-2020-mark-lanier/audio.mp3

SE - David Capes -Judge Not
David Capes


David Capes, the Senior Research Fellow at the Lanier Theological Library, taught this week’s classes. He continued with the series: Passages Worth the Dig with the topic, “Judge not lest ye be judged” from Matthew 7:1-5. The question arises: What did Jesus mean in this passage? Today’s stats show many view Christians as judgmental. Jesus did not say to be neutral, form an opinion, or express an opinion. He did say to use righteousness with justice. We are to be careful how we judge. Listen to David teach the church’s role as a self-correcting body that is to eliminate harsh tones, judgmental attitudes, holier than thou responses, and a lack of humility
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Sun, 08 Mar 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoDavid Capes, the Senior Research Fellow at the Lanier Theological Library, taught this week’s classes. He continued with the series: Passages Worth the Dig with the topic, “Judge not lest ye be judged” from Matthew 7:1-5. The question arises: What did Jeswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comDavid Capes, the Senior Research Fellow at the Lanier Theological Library, taught this week’s classes. He continued with the series: Passages Worth the Dig with the topic, “Judge not lest ye be judged” from Matthew 7:1-5. The question arises: What did Jesus mean in this passage? Today’s stats show many view Christians as judgmental. Jesus did not say to be neutral, form an opinion, or express an opinion. He did say to use righteousness with justice. We are to be careful how we judge. Listen to David teach the church’s role as a self-correcting body that is to eliminate harsh tones, judgmental attitudes, holier than thou responses, and a lack of humilityhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-david-capes-judge-not/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-david-capes-judge-not/audio.mp3

PWD Lesson 06 Roman 1:16-17 Part 4
Mark Lanier



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Sun, 01 Mar 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-06-roman-116-17-part-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-06-roman-116-17-part-4/audio.mp3

SE - Brent Johnson - Choosing a Pastor
Brent Johnson


Listen as Brent Johnson, Associate Pastor of Senior Adults, continues in the series Passages Worth the Dig focusingon “How to Pick a Pastor.”Brent shares common approaches to selecting a pastor todaybycomparing practices between various denominations. He then reviews God’s approach in choosing leaders throughout the Old and New Testament showing how He many times uses the unconventional. Brent concludes with an emphasis on God’s spirit residing in eachbeliever and how we must be attentive to His leading in all matters. God is interested in revealingHis purpose and will in our lives
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lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-choosing-a-pastor/
Sun, 23 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoListen as Brent Johnson, Associate Pastor of Senior Adults, continues in the series Passages Worth the Dig focusingon “How to Pick a Pastor.”Brent shares common approaches to selecting a pastor todaybycomparing practices between various denominations. He webmaster@biblical-literacy.comListen as Brent Johnson, Associate Pastor of Senior Adults, continues in the series Passages Worth the Dig focusingon “How to Pick a Pastor.”Brent shares common approaches to selecting a pastor todaybycomparing practices between various denominations. He then reviews God’s approach in choosing leaders throughout the Old and New Testament showing how He many times uses the unconventional. Brent concludes with an emphasis on God’s spirit residing in eachbeliever and how we must be attentive to His leading in all matters. God is interested in revealingHis purpose and will in our liveshttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-choosing-a-pastor/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-choosing-a-pastor/audio.mp3

PWD Lesson 05 Roman 1:16-17 Part 3
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with the series, Passages Worth the Dig, Part 3 with a further study into Romans 1:16-17. Paul writes he is not “ashamed” of the Gospel. The translation of the Greek word for “ashamed” shows us Paul did not "experience a sense of loss of status” because of his belief in the Gospel. He preached Jesus died for our sins. Mark refers to other New Testament passages that point to Jesus crucified, which is contrary to Gentile Greek and Roman gods who believed a god who died for their sins was folly. Our God is just, fair, and righteous. The believer is not guilty because Jesus paid the debt in full. Mark also reviews and expands on Pauls’ use of righteousness and concludes the lesson by reciting the words to the hymn: Beneath the Cross of Jesus
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Sun, 16 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with the series, Passages Worth the Dig, Part 3 with a further study into Romans 1:16-17. Paul writes he is not “ashamed” of the Gospel. The translation of the Greek word for “ashamed” shows us Paul did not "experience a sense of loss of stwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with the series, Passages Worth the Dig, Part 3 with a further study into Romans 1:16-17. Paul writes he is not “ashamed” of the Gospel. The translation of the Greek word for “ashamed” shows us Paul did not "experience a sense of loss of status” because of his belief in the Gospel. He preached Jesus died for our sins. Mark refers to other New Testament passages that point to Jesus crucified, which is contrary to Gentile Greek and Roman gods who believed a god who died for their sins was folly. Our God is just, fair, and righteous. The believer is not guilty because Jesus paid the debt in full. Mark also reviews and expands on Pauls’ use of righteousness and concludes the lesson by reciting the words to the hymn: Beneath the Cross of Jesushttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-05-roman-116-17-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-05-roman-116-17-part-3/audio.mp3

SE - Interview with Rabbi Joseph Shulam
Mark Lanier


This week, with the help of Scott Sager from Lipscomb University, Mark interviewed Joseph Shulam, a highly respected Hebrew scholar and Christian Minister. He was born in Bulgaria and his family moved to Jereusalem. Shulambecame a Christian in 1962 and was rejected by his family. His powerful testimony is an inspiration for every believer. He holds several degrees and speaks seven languages. Listen to Rabbi/Teacher Shulam provide unique perspectives and insights while sharing his in-depth knowledge of Scripture
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Sun, 09 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis week, with the help of Scott Sager from Lipscomb University, Mark interviewed Joseph Shulam, a highly respected Hebrew scholar and Christian Minister. He was born in Bulgaria and his family moved to Jereusalem. Shulambecame a Christian in 1962 and wawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis week, with the help of Scott Sager from Lipscomb University, Mark interviewed Joseph Shulam, a highly respected Hebrew scholar and Christian Minister. He was born in Bulgaria and his family moved to Jereusalem. Shulambecame a Christian in 1962 and was rejected by his family. His powerful testimony is an inspiration for every believer. He holds several degrees and speaks seven languages. Listen to Rabbi/Teacher Shulam provide unique perspectives and insights while sharing his in-depth knowledge of Scripturehttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-rabbi-joseph-shulam/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-rabbi-joseph-shulam/audio.mp3

PWD Lesson 04 Roman 1:16-17 Part 2
Mark Lanier


Now that Mark had described the power of the good news, an actual historical event that Paul wants everyone to know about, Paul continues with the statement that “for in this the righteousness of God is revealed”. One has to wonder what Paul meant by that word!!! Part 2 of last week’s Romans passage concentrates on the word “righteousness". Using a quote from N.T. Wright to start the conversation, Mark defines justificiation (watch and see how well he teaches you this) and how important it is to accept the good news BEFORE you accept your justification!! God’s power is able to justify you!!!! Want to understand!!!?? Watch!!!

#NTWRIGHT #Justification #StPaul #GOODNEWS #GOSPEL
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Sun, 02 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoNow that Mark had described the power of the good news, an actual historical event that Paul wants everyone to know about, Paul continues with the statement that “for in this the righteousness of God is revealed”. One has to wonder what Paul meant by thatwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comNow that Mark had described the power of the good news, an actual historical event that Paul wants everyone to know about, Paul continues with the statement that “for in this the righteousness of God is revealed”. One has to wonder what Paul meant by that word!!! Part 2 of last week’s Romans passage concentrates on the word “righteousness". Using a quote from N.T. Wright to start the conversation, Mark defines justificiation (watch and see how well he teaches you this) and how important it is to accept the good news BEFORE you accept your justification!! God’s power is able to justify you!!!! Want to understand!!!?? Watch!!! #NTWRIGHT #Justification #StPaul #GOODNEWS #GOSPELhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-04-roman-116-17-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-04-roman-116-17-part-2/audio.mp3

SE - Dr. David Capes - Jesus and the Devil
Dr. David Capes


Guest teacher Dr. David Capes, Senior Research Fellow at The Lanier Theological Library, continued the series, Digging Deeper - Passages Worth the Dig. Dr. Capes’ lesson “The Devil Didn't Make Me Do It” used an excerpt from Matthew 4 that records the testing/temptation of Jesus. The Old Testament records Abraham’s testing regarding the sacrifice of his only son Isaac, and Jesus is the singular offspring of Abraham. Listen to Dr. Capes talk about the three temptations or testings of Jesus.

Keywords: Jesus, Temptation, Testing, Fasting, Satan
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lessons/special-events/se-dr-david-capes-jesus-and-the-devil/
Mon, 27 Jan 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoGuest teacher Dr. David Capes, Senior Research Fellow at The Lanier Theological Library, continued the series, Digging Deeper - Passages Worth the Dig. Dr. Capes’ lesson “The Devil Didn't Make Me Do It” used an excerpt from Matthew 4 that records the testwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comGuest teacher Dr. David Capes, Senior Research Fellow at The Lanier Theological Library, continued the series, Digging Deeper - Passages Worth the Dig. Dr. Capes’ lesson “The Devil Didn't Make Me Do It” used an excerpt from Matthew 4 that records the testing/temptation of Jesus. The Old Testament records Abraham’s testing regarding the sacrifice of his only son Isaac, and Jesus is the singular offspring of Abraham. Listen to Dr. Capes talk about the three temptations or testings of Jesus. Keywords: Jesus, Temptation, Testing, Fasting, Satanhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-dr-david-capes-jesus-and-the-devil/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-dr-david-capes-jesus-and-the-devil/audio.mp3

PWD Lesson 03 Roman 1:16-17 Part 1
Mark Lanier


Mark continues with a third lesson in the series Passages Worth the Dig focusing on Romans 1:16-17 and a key word of “gospel”. The book Paul wrote to the church in Rome can be summarized in these two verses. Mark shares how numerous English words come from Greek roots. Translating takes work. We must use the language tools now available to have enhanced understanding of the vocabulary - 1) Look it up (lexicon), 2) Look at context, 3) Examine other usage/contrasts by author. Mark reveals the history of the church in Rome including the expulsion and return of the Jews and how these language tools can help us with an enhanced understanding of why Paul wrote to the church in Rome and what he meant by “the gospel.”

KEYWORDS: Paul, Romans, gospel, lexicon, context, usage, Jews, Greeks, Gentiles
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Sun, 19 Jan 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with a third lesson in the series Passages Worth the Dig focusing on Romans 1:16-17 and a key word of “gospel”. The book Paul wrote to the church in Rome can be summarized in these two verses. Mark shares how numerous English words come frowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with a third lesson in the series Passages Worth the Dig focusing on Romans 1:16-17 and a key word of “gospel”. The book Paul wrote to the church in Rome can be summarized in these two verses. Mark shares how numerous English words come from Greek roots. Translating takes work. We must use the language tools now available to have enhanced understanding of the vocabulary - 1) Look it up (lexicon), 2) Look at context, 3) Examine other usage/contrasts by author. Mark reveals the history of the church in Rome including the expulsion and return of the Jews and how these language tools can help us with an enhanced understanding of why Paul wrote to the church in Rome and what he meant by “the gospel.” KEYWORDS: Paul, Romans, gospel, lexicon, context, usage, Jews, Greeks, Gentileshttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-03-roman-116-17-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-03-roman-116-17-part-1/audio.mp3

PWD Lesson 02 Jude 5
Mark Lanier


Mark, continues in the series Passages Worth the Dig with a focus on Jude. This short book was authored by Judas, a brother to Jesus. Mark contextually shows how Judas took writings current at the time to help make his point. Mark digs into verse 5 specifically and shows how different English translations based their source of original Greek New Testament writings found on either parchment or papyrus. Mark concludes that knowing Judas likely wrote “Jesus” rather than “the Lord” in verse 5 can make a difference in our lives if we consider it more deeply.

KEYWORDS: Jude, Judas, Jesus, Lord, translation
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lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-02-jude-5/
Sun, 12 Jan 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark, continues in the series Passages Worth the Dig with a focus on Jude. This short book was authored by Judas, a brother to Jesus. Mark contextually shows how Judas took writings current at the time to help make his point. Mark digs into verse 5 specifwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark, continues in the series Passages Worth the Dig with a focus on Jude. This short book was authored by Judas, a brother to Jesus. Mark contextually shows how Judas took writings current at the time to help make his point. Mark digs into verse 5 specifically and shows how different English translations based their source of original Greek New Testament writings found on either parchment or papyrus. Mark concludes that knowing Judas likely wrote “Jesus” rather than “the Lord” in verse 5 can make a difference in our lives if we consider it more deeply. KEYWORDS: Jude, Judas, Jesus, Lord, translationhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-02-jude-5/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-02-jude-5/audio.mp3

PWD Lesson 01 Joshua 24:23
Mark Lanier


Mark began 2020 with a series titled Digging Deeply into God’s Word - Passages Worth the Dig. Mark begins with how people who don’t have a relationship with the Creator have a restless desire to fill their emptiness. Mark used Joshua 24:23 to show the challenge presented to people of Israel. Whom will they serve? Who will fill their needs? Mark discussed the writings throughout history of those who sought to explain the human need to satisfy their inner longing. These are people who either 1) find meaning in destructive behaviors 2) who fight to clean up destructive behaviors or 3) who find meaning in truly productive ways. Listen to Mark contextually dig deeper looking for truth in scripture.

KEYWORDS: Put Away, Incline Toward, Resolutions, New Year, Joshua, god, emptiness, desire, fill, serve, longing
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lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-01-joshua-2423/
Sun, 05 Jan 2020 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark began 2020 with a series titled Digging Deeply into God’s Word - Passages Worth the Dig. Mark begins with how people who don’t have a relationship with the Creator have a restless desire to fill their emptiness. Mark used Joshua 24:23 to show the chawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark began 2020 with a series titled Digging Deeply into God’s Word - Passages Worth the Dig. Mark begins with how people who don’t have a relationship with the Creator have a restless desire to fill their emptiness. Mark used Joshua 24:23 to show the challenge presented to people of Israel. Whom will they serve? Who will fill their needs? Mark discussed the writings throughout history of those who sought to explain the human need to satisfy their inner longing. These are people who either 1) find meaning in destructive behaviors 2) who fight to clean up destructive behaviors or 3) who find meaning in truly productive ways. Listen to Mark contextually dig deeper looking for truth in scripture. KEYWORDS: Put Away, Incline Toward, Resolutions, New Year, Joshua, god, emptiness, desire, fill, serve, longinghttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-01-joshua-2423/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/passages-worth-the-dig/pwd-lesson-01-joshua-2423/audio.mp3

SE - Advent
Mark Lanier


Mark taught the 2019 Christmas lesson from Luke. We are in the season of Advent. During this time, we celebrate the arrival/coming/approach of Jesus. The lesson shows three veins of thought: the incarnation, the arrival of Jesus in our lives, and His second coming. The word Messiah comes from the Hebrew word meaning “someone has poured oil on their heads anointing them. Prophets, Priests, and Kings were anointed. The Greek word for this action is Christo. Listen to Mark teach the deep connectivity of advent in our lives, God’s timing, and how the power of prayer changes things.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/1-fMN294Y2o/

lessons/special-events/se-advent/
Sun, 15 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught the 2019 Christmas lesson from Luke. We are in the season of Advent. During this time, we celebrate the arrival/coming/approach of Jesus. The lesson shows three veins of thought: the incarnation, the arrival of Jesus in our lives, and His secowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught the 2019 Christmas lesson from Luke. We are in the season of Advent. During this time, we celebrate the arrival/coming/approach of Jesus. The lesson shows three veins of thought: the incarnation, the arrival of Jesus in our lives, and His second coming. The word Messiah comes from the Hebrew word meaning “someone has poured oil on their heads anointing them. Prophets, Priests, and Kings were anointed. The Greek word for this action is Christo. Listen to Mark teach the deep connectivity of advent in our lives, God’s timing, and how the power of prayer changes things.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-advent/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-advent/audio.mp3

SE - Dr. Michael Lloyd Interview with Mark
Mark Lanier


Mark Lanier interviews Dr. Michael Lloyd, the Principal of Wycliffe Hall at the University of Oxford. Watch as this fascinating banter as Mark and his guest reveal Dr. Lloyd's background, his spiritual path, and his theological ideas. Listen as he explains his current interest in the the problem of evil, including that which is caused by sinful man, and that which has no root in human behavior.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/tZ6fiYP5Bh0/

lessons/special-events/se-dr-michael-lloyd-interview-with-mark/
Sun, 08 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark Lanier interviews Dr. Michael Lloyd, the Principal of Wycliffe Hall at the University of Oxford. Watch as this fascinating banter as Mark and his guest reveal Dr. Lloyd's background, his spiritual path, and his theological ideas. Listen as he explainwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark Lanier interviews Dr. Michael Lloyd, the Principal of Wycliffe Hall at the University of Oxford. Watch as this fascinating banter as Mark and his guest reveal Dr. Lloyd's background, his spiritual path, and his theological ideas. Listen as he explains his current interest in the the problem of evil, including that which is caused by sinful man, and that which has no root in human behavior.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-dr-michael-lloyd-interview-with-mark/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-dr-michael-lloyd-interview-with-mark/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 13 The Adulteress
Mark Lanier


Mark continues his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John. This week Mark taught on the passage of John 7:53 through 8:11. Not every version of the Bible has this story or this placement where Jesus interacts with the woman caught in adultery. The Scribes and Pharisees wanted Jesus to condemn her. Should we question if John authored this passage, we need to remember original manuscripts were hand-written and copied, so differences could occur. Discover the analogy of God’s finger writing the ten commandments for Moses and Jesus writing with His finger in the sand to the woman's accusers. Listen to Mark teach about ancient documents and the oldest known copies of secular manuscripts as compared to those of the Bible.
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lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-13-the-adulteress/
Sun, 01 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John. This week Mark taught on the passage of John 7:53 through 8:11. Not every version of the Bible has this story or this placement where Jesus interacts with the woman caught in adulwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John. This week Mark taught on the passage of John 7:53 through 8:11. Not every version of the Bible has this story or this placement where Jesus interacts with the woman caught in adultery. The Scribes and Pharisees wanted Jesus to condemn her. Should we question if John authored this passage, we need to remember original manuscripts were hand-written and copied, so differences could occur. Discover the analogy of God’s finger writing the ten commandments for Moses and Jesus writing with His finger in the sand to the woman's accusers. Listen to Mark teach about ancient documents and the oldest known copies of secular manuscripts as compared to those of the Bible.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-13-the-adulteress/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-13-the-adulteress/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 12 Feast of Booths
Mark Lanier



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lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-12-feast-of-booths/
Sun, 24 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-12-feast-of-booths/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-12-feast-of-booths/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 11 Jesus is the Messiah
Mark Lanier


Mark continues the series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. This week’s lesson shares insights into John 6. In this passage, John wantsreaders to think about the Passover while he relays how Jesus fed the crowd from five barley loaves and 2 fishes. From the leftovers, He filled twelve baskets.John wants us to understand that Jesus is Moses on steroids. Jesus is greater than Moses. Jesussays don't work for manna but the bread of life. Listen to Mark talk about the one thing we must do to obtain eternal life: trust Jesus, the true bread from heaven. The bread of God is He who came down from heaven and gave His life for the world. Jesus is the bread of life.
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lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-11-jesus-is-the-messiah/
Sun, 17 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues the series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. This week’s lesson shares insights into John 6. In this passage, John wantsreaders to think about the Passover while he relays how Jesus fed the crowd from five barley loaveswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues the series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. This week’s lesson shares insights into John 6. In this passage, John wantsreaders to think about the Passover while he relays how Jesus fed the crowd from five barley loaves and 2 fishes. From the leftovers, He filled twelve baskets.John wants us to understand that Jesus is Moses on steroids. Jesus is greater than Moses. Jesussays don't work for manna but the bread of life. Listen to Mark talk about the one thing we must do to obtain eternal life: trust Jesus, the true bread from heaven. The bread of God is He who came down from heaven and gave His life for the world. Jesus is the bread of life.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-11-jesus-is-the-messiah/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-11-jesus-is-the-messiah/audio.mp3

SE - C.S. Lewis by Steven Fenley
Steven Fenley


The Biblical Literacy class today celebrated Mark’s birthday with a production drama of C.S. Lewis by Steven Fenley. Fenley shared Lewis’s thoughts of love, pain, and suffering through the dramatization of several of Lewis’s books.
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lessons/special-events/se-c-s-lewis-by-steven-fenley/
Mon, 11 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe Biblical Literacy class today celebrated Mark’s birthday with a production drama of C.S. Lewis by Steven Fenley. Fenley shared Lewis’s thoughts of love, pain, and suffering through the dramatization of several of Lewis’s books.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe Biblical Literacy class today celebrated Mark’s birthday with a production drama of C.S. Lewis by Steven Fenley. Fenley shared Lewis’s thoughts of love, pain, and suffering through the dramatization of several of Lewis’s books.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-c-s-lewis-by-steven-fenley/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-c-s-lewis-by-steven-fenley/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 10 Jesus, God and the Law
Mark Lanier


Mark continued The Gospel of John series with a focus on getting into the mind of John as the author of John 5:2-16 -the healing of a crippled man on the sabbath. John is consistent throughout his writings to use spiritual feasts of the Jews to highlight specific details in Jesus’ life. This passage does not name which feast. Mark shows that nothing in the feasts, Bethesda, the pool, the Torah, or the five columns could ever bring healing and salvation. John used his writings to show us clearly who Jesus is, the only way to life everlasting.
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lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-10-jesus-god-and-the-law/
Sun, 10 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued The Gospel of John series with a focus on getting into the mind of John as the author of John 5:2-16 -the healing of a crippled man on the sabbath. John is consistent throughout his writings to use spiritual feasts of the Jews to highlight webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued The Gospel of John series with a focus on getting into the mind of John as the author of John 5:2-16 -the healing of a crippled man on the sabbath. John is consistent throughout his writings to use spiritual feasts of the Jews to highlight specific details in Jesus’ life. This passage does not name which feast. Mark shows that nothing in the feasts, Bethesda, the pool, the Torah, or the five columns could ever bring healing and salvation. John used his writings to show us clearly who Jesus is, the only way to life everlasting.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-10-jesus-god-and-the-law/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-10-jesus-god-and-the-law/audio.mp3

SE - Brent Johnson Sent on Mission
Brent Johnson


Mission Sunday emphasis/focus. Listen first to Gordon Fort a missionary from the International Mission Board as he shares his testimony of God's promises at work in his life and others from all over the world who followed God in obedience to missions. God is moving in the world in an unprecedented way. Brent Johnson then teaches from Ephesians 4. We should all be on mission for God, called out to proclaim the excellencies of Him. God's gifts are given to glorify Him. Listen to Brent talk about using opportunities to share the excellence of God
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lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-sent-on-mission/
Sun, 27 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMission Sunday emphasis/focus. Listen first to Gordon Fort a missionary from the International Mission Board as he shares his testimony of God's promises at work in his life and others from all over the world who followed God in obedience to missions. Godwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMission Sunday emphasis/focus. Listen first to Gordon Fort a missionary from the International Mission Board as he shares his testimony of God's promises at work in his life and others from all over the world who followed God in obedience to missions. God is moving in the world in an unprecedented way. Brent Johnson then teaches from Ephesians 4. We should all be on mission for God, called out to proclaim the excellencies of Him. God's gifts are given to glorify Him. Listen to Brent talk about using opportunities to share the excellence of Godhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-sent-on-mission/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-sent-on-mission/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 9 Untangling Scripture
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John with a focus on John 4:43-54. Do you ever struggle to untangle a Bible passage? An example is found in verses 43-45. Doesn't make sense? Confusing? Watch as Mark reviews this passage for context, sharing the experiences Jesus had in Jerusalem and Samaria, and how that influenced John’s writing. Various techniques Mark uses to dig deeper can help us untangle other Scripture passages that at first read may appear confusing.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/LTkM9yKMV64/

lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-9-untangling-scripture/
Sun, 20 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John with a focus on John 4:43-54. Do you ever struggle to untangle a Bible passage? An example is found in verses 43-45. Doesn't make sense? Confusing? Watch as Mark reviews this webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John with a focus on John 4:43-54. Do you ever struggle to untangle a Bible passage? An example is found in verses 43-45. Doesn't make sense? Confusing? Watch as Mark reviews this passage for context, sharing the experiences Jesus had in Jerusalem and Samaria, and how that influenced John’s writing. Various techniques Mark uses to dig deeper can help us untangle other Scripture passages that at first read may appear confusing.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-9-untangling-scripture/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-9-untangling-scripture/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 8 Woman at the Well
Mark Lanier


Mark continued his series of Reading the Old Testament Through John by focusing on John 4: The Woman at the Well. This passage shows how Jesus' life experiences relate to us. Jesus was also man, thirsty and weary from the walking. The Samaritan woman at the well wasn't supposed to be drawing water in the heat of the day. Jews and Samaritans disliked each other, and yet Jesus engaged in conversation with her. He offered her Living water, which was freshwater, new springs of life that flow eternally and leads us to worship God in spirit and truth. Many from the village believed. Listen to Mark parallel Nicodemus's visit to Jesus and His journey with talking to the Samaritan woman. Do we cling to dead rituals instead of embracing Jesus?
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lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-8-woman-at-the-well/
Sun, 13 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued his series of Reading the Old Testament Through John by focusing on John 4: The Woman at the Well. This passage shows how Jesus' life experiences relate to us. Jesus was also man, thirsty and weary from the walking. The Samaritan woman at twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued his series of Reading the Old Testament Through John by focusing on John 4: The Woman at the Well. This passage shows how Jesus' life experiences relate to us. Jesus was also man, thirsty and weary from the walking. The Samaritan woman at the well wasn't supposed to be drawing water in the heat of the day. Jews and Samaritans disliked each other, and yet Jesus engaged in conversation with her. He offered her Living water, which was freshwater, new springs of life that flow eternally and leads us to worship God in spirit and truth. Many from the village believed. Listen to Mark parallel Nicodemus's visit to Jesus and His journey with talking to the Samaritan woman. Do we cling to dead rituals instead of embracing Jesus?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-8-woman-at-the-well/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-8-woman-at-the-well/audio.mp3

SE - Melvin Tinker Hidden Gems in John
Melvin Tinker


Melvin Tinker, prolific author and Vicar of St. John Newland stops by from Hull England to share a type of Bible GPS. He examines whether certain numbers mentioned in the gospel of John contain hidden meanings.
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lessons/special-events/se-melvin-tinker-hidden-gems-in-john/
Sun, 06 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMelvin Tinker, prolific author and Vicar of St. John Newland stops by from Hull England to share a type of Bible GPS. He examines whether certain numbers mentioned in the gospel of John contain hidden meanings.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMelvin Tinker, prolific author and Vicar of St. John Newland stops by from Hull England to share a type of Bible GPS. He examines whether certain numbers mentioned in the gospel of John contain hidden meanings.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-melvin-tinker-hidden-gems-in-john/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-melvin-tinker-hidden-gems-in-john/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 7 Nicodemus
Mark Lanier


Mark continues with Lesson 7  in the series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John, In chapter 3, John writes of Jesus and others on a series of journeys. Mark looks at three distinct journeys: the journey of night to light, an empowering journey, an expectant journey. Mark begins with the story of Nicodemus.

#love #Christianity #hope #mentalfitness #truth #spirituality #biblicalliteracy #bible #biblestudy #marklanier #Jesus For all videos in this series go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRJZ8-ohk26siNlnNJiFmVpUCdlnITWlb

For all of the written lessons and powerpoint, go to https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/
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lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-7-nicodemus/
Sun, 22 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with Lesson 7  in the series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John, In chapter 3, John writes of Jesus and others on a series of journeys. Mark looks at three distinct journeys: the journey of night to light, an empowering journewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with Lesson 7  in the series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John, In chapter 3, John writes of Jesus and others on a series of journeys. Mark looks at three distinct journeys: the journey of night to light, an empowering journey, an expectant journey. Mark begins with the story of Nicodemus. #love #Christianity #hope #mentalfitness #truth #spirituality #biblicalliteracy #bible #biblestudy #marklanier #Jesus For all videos in this series go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRJZ8-ohk26siNlnNJiFmVpUCdlnITWlb For all of the written lessons and powerpoint, go to https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-7-nicodemus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-7-nicodemus/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 6 A Wedding & the Tabernacle
Mark Lanier


Mark continues the series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John. He moves into Chapter 2, where John is teaching a commentary from the Torah, laying out the themes: 1) Jesus the "greater" than Moses; 2) Jesus: where God meets with us; 3) Jesus: the source of life. Listen as Mark discusses the themes as they appear in The Wedding at Cana (Jn 2:1-11), and Jesus cleanses the Temple (Jn 2: 13-22).

#love #Christianity #hope #mentalfitness #truth #spirituality #biblicalliteracy #bible #biblestudy #marklanier #Jesus For all videos in this series go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRJZ8-ohk26siNlnNJiFmVpUCdlnITWlb

For all of the written lessons and powerpoint, go to https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/DabDDesYRkU/

lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-6-a-wedding-the-tabernacle/
Sun, 15 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues the series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John. He moves into Chapter 2, where John is teaching a commentary from the Torah, laying out the themes: 1) Jesus the "greater" than Moses; 2) Jesus: where God meets with us; 3) Jesus:webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues the series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John. He moves into Chapter 2, where John is teaching a commentary from the Torah, laying out the themes: 1) Jesus the "greater" than Moses; 2) Jesus: where God meets with us; 3) Jesus: the source of life. Listen as Mark discusses the themes as they appear in The Wedding at Cana (Jn 2:1-11), and Jesus cleanses the Temple (Jn 2: 13-22). #love #Christianity #hope #mentalfitness #truth #spirituality #biblicalliteracy #bible #biblestudy #marklanier #Jesus For all videos in this series go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRJZ8-ohk26siNlnNJiFmVpUCdlnITWlb For all of the written lessons and powerpoint, go to https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-6-a-wedding-the-tabernacle/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-6-a-wedding-the-tabernacle/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 5 Finding the OT
Mark Lanier


Continuing his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John, Mark takes us further into the first chapter, beyond the prologue (John 1:1-14), to the closing of John 20: 30-31. It states that the Gospel of John was written so that we may believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and answers the question "Who is Jesus?". John writes to provide confirmation or proof of the answer. Listen as Mark presents the testimonies of three people, John the Baptist, Andrew, and Nathaniel, to answer this question as he closes John 1.
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lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-5-finding-the-ot/
Sun, 08 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoContinuing his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John, Mark takes us further into the first chapter, beyond the prologue (John 1:1-14), to the closing of John 20: 30-31. It states that the Gospel of John was written so that we may believewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comContinuing his series: Finding the Old Testament in the Gospel of John, Mark takes us further into the first chapter, beyond the prologue (John 1:1-14), to the closing of John 20: 30-31. It states that the Gospel of John was written so that we may believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and answers the question "Who is Jesus?". John writes to provide confirmation or proof of the answer. Listen as Mark presents the testimonies of three people, John the Baptist, Andrew, and Nathaniel, to answer this question as he closes John 1.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-5-finding-the-ot/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-5-finding-the-ot/audio.mp3

SE - Brent Johnson Entomology of Logos
Brent Johnson



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lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-entomology-of-logos/
Sun, 08 Sep 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-entomology-of-logos/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-brent-johnson-entomology-of-logos/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 4 The Word
Mark Lanier


Mark continues the series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. This week, he concludes the prologue of John 1:1-18 with an emphasis on verses 15-18. John, the last living eye-witness to Jesus, writes in the present tense because Jesus is real to him. Jesus as light of the world outshines everyone else; He is the holy one of Israel. John's Gospel was written in Ephesus around the mid-60s using language taken from Paul in Ephesians 1 and 2. We learn that the greatness of the Word is based onwho the Word is—God. The greatness of God isn't only depicted thru His power and might; but also His love. Jesus is the expression of God’s love in a true love story. Listen to Mark share that all we need to see and emulate about God is found in Jesus.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/AUfODNY7C88/

lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-4-the-word/
Sun, 25 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues the series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. This week, he concludes the prologue of John 1:1-18 with an emphasis on verses 15-18. John, the last living eye-witness to Jesus, writes in the present tense because Jesus iswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues the series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. This week, he concludes the prologue of John 1:1-18 with an emphasis on verses 15-18. John, the last living eye-witness to Jesus, writes in the present tense because Jesus is real to him. Jesus as light of the world outshines everyone else; He is the holy one of Israel. John's Gospel was written in Ephesus around the mid-60s using language taken from Paul in Ephesians 1 and 2. We learn that the greatness of the Word is based onwho the Word is—God. The greatness of God isn't only depicted thru His power and might; but also His love. Jesus is the expression of God’s love in a true love story. Listen to Mark share that all we need to see and emulate about God is found in Jesus.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-4-the-word/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-4-the-word/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 3 You Jesus Incarnate
Mark Lanier


Mark continued his series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. His teachings emphasis how John's writings show Old Testament roads lead to Jesus. The focus this week is John 1:9-14 of John’s prologue -The Incarnation of the Word. John communicates 1) Jesus as the true “light,” 2) Jesus the rejected “light,” and 3) Jesus as the Tabernacle. Listen to Mark point out the Old Testament Scripture passages that reflect John’s teachings about Jesus.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/r9S_FM9EZic/

lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-3-you-jesus-incarnate/
Sun, 18 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued his series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. His teachings emphasis how John's writings show Old Testament roads lead to Jesus. The focus this week is John 1:9-14 of John’s prologue -The Incarnation of the Word. John cowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued his series: Reading the Old Testament Through the Gospel of John. His teachings emphasis how John's writings show Old Testament roads lead to Jesus. The focus this week is John 1:9-14 of John’s prologue -The Incarnation of the Word. John communicates 1) Jesus as the true “light,” 2) Jesus the rejected “light,” and 3) Jesus as the Tabernacle. Listen to Mark point out the Old Testament Scripture passages that reflect John’s teachings about Jesus.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-3-you-jesus-incarnate/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-3-you-jesus-incarnate/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 2 John the Baptist and Jesus
Mark Lanier


Mark continues his series on reading the Old Testament thru The Gospel of John. We learn how History is God's Tapestry, and He weaves it forward to show His character. Mark dissects John’s original Greek language to help our understanding of the message of John the Baptist. John the Baptist and Moses were both sent with a purpose. Mark shares how each life is like a thread with choice and purpose. “...we are active in God’s hands as he weaves through time to create the historythat will culminate in the coming of his kingdom at the right time and in the right manner."
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/CGHp7cU04bw/

lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-2-john-the-baptist-and-jesus/
Sun, 11 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues his series on reading the Old Testament thru The Gospel of John. We learn how History is God's Tapestry, and He weaves it forward to show His character. Mark dissects John’s original Greek language to help our understanding of the message owebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues his series on reading the Old Testament thru The Gospel of John. We learn how History is God's Tapestry, and He weaves it forward to show His character. Mark dissects John’s original Greek language to help our understanding of the message of John the Baptist. John the Baptist and Moses were both sent with a purpose. Mark shares how each life is like a thread with choice and purpose. “...we are active in God’s hands as he weaves through time to create the historythat will culminate in the coming of his kingdom at the right time and in the right manner."https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-2-john-the-baptist-and-jesus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-2-john-the-baptist-and-jesus/audio.mp3

SE OTJ David Fleming - John
David Fleming


Pastor David Fleming taught from the Gospel of John by beginning the class with a video titled "Who is Jesus?”. John 1:1 answers the question. Pastor David taught: You cannot be wrong about Jesus and be right with God. Jesus says this about Himself. God the son, Jesus, existed prior to preexistence. Pastor David shared the Word, Logos, has a deeper meaning in Greek. God speaks the Word into action. The words and actions of Jesus were the words and actions of God. Listen to Pastor David expound on the who Jesus is by focusing on God’s word as revealed in the Gospel of John. It's all about Jesus.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/xcoW75BFw-8/

lessons/special-events/se-otj-david-fleming-john/
Sun, 04 Aug 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoPastor David Fleming taught from the Gospel of John by beginning the class with a video titled "Who is Jesus?”. John 1:1 answers the question. Pastor David taught: You cannot be wrong about Jesus and be right with God. Jesus says this about Himself. God twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comPastor David Fleming taught from the Gospel of John by beginning the class with a video titled "Who is Jesus?”. John 1:1 answers the question. Pastor David taught: You cannot be wrong about Jesus and be right with God. Jesus says this about Himself. God the son, Jesus, existed prior to preexistence. Pastor David shared the Word, Logos, has a deeper meaning in Greek. God speaks the Word into action. The words and actions of Jesus were the words and actions of God. Listen to Pastor David expound on the who Jesus is by focusing on God’s word as revealed in the Gospel of John. It's all about Jesus.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-otj-david-fleming-john/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-otj-david-fleming-john/audio.mp3

OTJ Lesson 1 Overview
Mark Lanier


Mark began a new series on the Gospel of John with an overview. John wrote the Gospel because he wanted no one to have a doubt about Jesus’ identity. In Genesis, the Messiah is prophesied: from the off-spring of woman, masculine,and from the seed of Abraham, an Israelite. The prophecies continue throughout the Old Testament revealing the Messiah is coming, and He will have the words of God in His mouth. The question is who is the promised Messiah? John answers this in his Gospel.Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing in Him, we may have life. (John 20:31) Mark further explains how all scriptural roads lead to Jesus. Of the four gospels, the first three are synoptic. The Gospel of John is different. Listen to Mark teach the history of John’s Gospel and insight into the writings
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/wY1i543mDv8/

lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-1-overview/
Sun, 28 Jul 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark began a new series on the Gospel of John with an overview. John wrote the Gospel because he wanted no one to have a doubt about Jesus’ identity. In Genesis, the Messiah is prophesied: from the off-spring of woman, masculine,and from the seed of Abrahwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark began a new series on the Gospel of John with an overview. John wrote the Gospel because he wanted no one to have a doubt about Jesus’ identity. In Genesis, the Messiah is prophesied: from the off-spring of woman, masculine,and from the seed of Abraham, an Israelite. The prophecies continue throughout the Old Testament revealing the Messiah is coming, and He will have the words of God in His mouth. The question is who is the promised Messiah? John answers this in his Gospel.Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing in Him, we may have life. (John 20:31) Mark further explains how all scriptural roads lead to Jesus. Of the four gospels, the first three are synoptic. The Gospel of John is different. Listen to Mark teach the history of John’s Gospel and insight into the writingshttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-1-overview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/reading-the-old-testament-through-the-gospel-of-john/otj-lesson-1-overview/audio.mp3

GOG 020 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 8
Mark Lanier


Is God of guilty of Fraud? Mark completes his series in Therole of Science and Faith. This week the focus is Science and Ethics.Science is a God-given Gift to Understand His Creation. Mark discusses stem cell research, cloning humans, mood altering drugs, antidepressants, artificial intelligence, animal testing,euthanasia, gene transfer DNA, andin vitro fertilization. When are these items right in God’s eyes? Listen to Mark provide guidance: read Scripture, seek counsel, understand science, examine motives, and apply God’s principle
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/SjidHVATKCY/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-020-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-8/
Sun, 21 Jul 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIs God of guilty of Fraud? Mark completes his series in Therole of Science and Faith. This week the focus is Science and Ethics.Science is a God-given Gift to Understand His Creation. Mark discusses stem cell research, cloning humans, mood altering drugs,webmaster@biblical-literacy.comIs God of guilty of Fraud? Mark completes his series in Therole of Science and Faith. This week the focus is Science and Ethics.Science is a God-given Gift to Understand His Creation. Mark discusses stem cell research, cloning humans, mood altering drugs, antidepressants, artificial intelligence, animal testing,euthanasia, gene transfer DNA, andin vitro fertilization. When are these items right in God’s eyes? Listen to Mark provide guidance: read Scripture, seek counsel, understand science, examine motives, and apply God’s principlehttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-020-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-8/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-020-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-8/audio.mp3

GOG 019 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 7
Mark Lanier


Mark continues in his amazing series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? The topic for the past few Sundays has been: The Role of Science and Faith, and this week’s focus wraps up Creation or Evolution? The Bible is a revelation from God, beginning with Genesis 1:1. To interpret correctly, contextual reading is required with an understanding of the culture from the time it was written. Readers comprehend best by learning the historical connotation. Moses saw the world through his upbringing and education. God used ancient cosmology, but He gave an entirely different message. Listen to Mark expound on Egyptian culture, the Egyptian plagues and how the 10 commandments were a game changer against their culture.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/4DQJmweUWsY/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-019-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-7/
Sun, 14 Jul 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues in his amazing series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? The topic for the past few Sundays has been: The Role of Science and Faith, and this week’s focus wraps up Creation or Evolution? The Bible is a revelation from God, beginning with Genesis 1:1.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues in his amazing series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? The topic for the past few Sundays has been: The Role of Science and Faith, and this week’s focus wraps up Creation or Evolution? The Bible is a revelation from God, beginning with Genesis 1:1. To interpret correctly, contextual reading is required with an understanding of the culture from the time it was written. Readers comprehend best by learning the historical connotation. Moses saw the world through his upbringing and education. God used ancient cosmology, but He gave an entirely different message. Listen to Mark expound on Egyptian culture, the Egyptian plagues and how the 10 commandments were a game changer against their culture.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-019-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-7/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-019-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-7/audio.mp3

GOG 018 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 6
Mark Lanier


Is God Guilty of Fraud? Mark began the lesson with a review and reminder there are issues within this world that need to be addressed according to a Christian worldview. Biblical faith and science are not in opposition. The Bible says the world makes sense (Genesis 1:1 - 3). God formed and filled His creation. Orderly and self-sustaining. Sensible and logical. God brings good out of evil, and that is our job too. We must read the Bible keeping in mind the cultural audience and context in which it was written. God’s concern was for the people to understand Him, not correct their views of cosmology. God used their cosmology for a heavenly message: there is one God who created the heavens and the earth. Listen to Mark read the story of creation from Mesopotamia comparing it to the Biblical account. Discover how this ancient accounting has no resemblance to the one true God.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/7MjZItVdEzg/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-018-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-6/
Sun, 07 Jul 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIs God Guilty of Fraud? Mark began the lesson with a review and reminder there are issues within this world that need to be addressed according to a Christian worldview. Biblical faith and science are not in opposition. The Bible says the world makes senswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIs God Guilty of Fraud? Mark began the lesson with a review and reminder there are issues within this world that need to be addressed according to a Christian worldview. Biblical faith and science are not in opposition. The Bible says the world makes sense (Genesis 1:1 - 3). God formed and filled His creation. Orderly and self-sustaining. Sensible and logical. God brings good out of evil, and that is our job too. We must read the Bible keeping in mind the cultural audience and context in which it was written. God’s concern was for the people to understand Him, not correct their views of cosmology. God used their cosmology for a heavenly message: there is one God who created the heavens and the earth. Listen to Mark read the story of creation from Mesopotamia comparing it to the Biblical account. Discover how this ancient accounting has no resemblance to the one true God.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-018-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-6/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-018-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-6/audio.mp3

GOG 017 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 5
Mark Lanier


Is God guilty of Fraud? God of Faith or God of Science?

Mark focused on Scripture and Issues regarding creation vs. evolution.
There are 2 major concerns for most people.
1 the integrity of
scripture
2. Whether there’s a need
for God. Listen as Mark shares 3 questions to organize our
thoughts:
1. What is the cosmology with reference to how the ancients viewed the universe's structure?
2. What is the significance of the Hebrews words and language?
3. What is the message God was trying to convey then and how does it apply now?

God was concerned of how Israel understood God, humanity, and other important matters and used
the people's concepts of the universe’s structure at that time.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/4eAsuVnpgjU/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-017-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-5/
Sun, 23 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIs God guilty of Fraud? God of Faith or God of Science? Mark focused on Scripture and Issues regarding creation vs. evolution. There are 2 major concerns for most people. 1 the integrity of scripture 2. Whether there’s a need for God. Listen as Mark sharewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIs God guilty of Fraud? God of Faith or God of Science? Mark focused on Scripture and Issues regarding creation vs. evolution. There are 2 major concerns for most people. 1 the integrity of scripture 2. Whether there’s a need for God. Listen as Mark shares 3 questions to organize our thoughts: 1. What is the cosmology with reference to how the ancients viewed the universe's structure? 2. What is the significance of the Hebrews words and language? 3. What is the message God was trying to convey then and how does it apply now? God was concerned of how Israel understood God, humanity, and other important matters and used the people's concepts of the universe’s structure at that time.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-017-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-5/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-017-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-5/audio.mp3

SE - IGGOF Brent Johnson - Take Action Now
Brent Johnson


Pastor Brent Johnson, of Champion Forest Baptis tChurch, discusses in this lesson "Take Action Now". In each Biblical Literacy lesson, Mark Lanier concludes with"Take Action Now"-takeaway points that he ties to the lesson and scripture, thatwe canread and reflect upon in the up-coming week.In our busy livesthough,doing this is a challenge we all face.Listen as Brent outlinesfrom Deuteronomy 6,scripturalinstructionon howto take actionto help us study the Bible,andimprove our ability to live out our faith with family, friends, and at work or in the community.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/cOaVfnRpxhg/

lessons/special-events/se-iggof-brent-johnson-take-action-now/
Sun, 16 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoPastor Brent Johnson, of Champion Forest Baptis tChurch, discusses in this lesson "Take Action Now". In each Biblical Literacy lesson, Mark Lanier concludes with"Take Action Now"-takeaway points that he ties to the lesson and scripture, thatwe canread andwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comPastor Brent Johnson, of Champion Forest Baptis tChurch, discusses in this lesson "Take Action Now". In each Biblical Literacy lesson, Mark Lanier concludes with"Take Action Now"-takeaway points that he ties to the lesson and scripture, thatwe canread and reflect upon in the up-coming week.In our busy livesthough,doing this is a challenge we all face.Listen as Brent outlinesfrom Deuteronomy 6,scripturalinstructionon howto take actionto help us study the Bible,andimprove our ability to live out our faith with family, friends, and at work or in the community.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-iggof-brent-johnson-take-action-now/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-iggof-brent-johnson-take-action-now/audio.mp3

GOG 016 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 4
Mark Lanier


Is God Guilty of Fraud: Part 16 -Science or Faith Part 5Mark opens this week’s lesson with the question: Does science conflict with faith? Faith is something that instructs us to use science to good ends, gives us a reason, purpose, and infuses us with morality. If Scripture and science seem to differ, keep digging. Embracing science increases our understanding of Scripture. On the question of creation or evolution, Mark lays out two major concerns for many people: 1) Do we believe in the integrity of God’s word? 2) Is there a need for God. Listen to Mark discuss the creation accounting in Genesis 1 through 2:3 as he addresses these additional questions: How literal do we take these verses? Fully literal or allegorical? Did God speak Hebrew when he spoke the world into existence? Did God make the world in 6, 24 hour literal days? Are there other ways to understand the creation story?
Join Mark as he continues Is God Guilty of Fraud? (earlier lessons in this series are titled “The Greatness of God”) series with Part 4 of “God of Faith or God of Science.” Mark looks at the interplay between the biblical view of science and faith, and how the view we have of the world affects how we live day-to-day.

This video is part of a series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness?
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/kLtGfjtkaJ4/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-016-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-4/
Sun, 09 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIs God Guilty of Fraud: Part 16 -Science or Faith Part 5Mark opens this week’s lesson with the question: Does science conflict with faith? Faith is something that instructs us to use science to good ends, gives us a reason, purpose, and infuses us with mowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIs God Guilty of Fraud: Part 16 -Science or Faith Part 5Mark opens this week’s lesson with the question: Does science conflict with faith? Faith is something that instructs us to use science to good ends, gives us a reason, purpose, and infuses us with morality. If Scripture and science seem to differ, keep digging. Embracing science increases our understanding of Scripture. On the question of creation or evolution, Mark lays out two major concerns for many people: 1) Do we believe in the integrity of God’s word? 2) Is there a need for God. Listen to Mark discuss the creation accounting in Genesis 1 through 2:3 as he addresses these additional questions: How literal do we take these verses? Fully literal or allegorical? Did God speak Hebrew when he spoke the world into existence? Did God make the world in 6, 24 hour literal days? Are there other ways to understand the creation story? Join Mark as he continues Is God Guilty of Fraud? (earlier lessons in this series are titled “The Greatness of God”) series with Part 4 of “God of Faith or God of Science.” Mark looks at the interplay between the biblical view of science and faith, and how the view we have of the world affects how we live day-to-day. This video is part of a series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-016-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-016-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-4/audio.mp3

GOG 015 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 3
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with his teaching: The Role of Science and Faith. Mark reviewed the three opinions presented last week: science and faith are in (1) opposition (2) some overlap (3) co-existence. The biblical view is that science is a part of our faith, and it's God's tool for humanity to use toward good ends. Science is faith's physical tool for fighting the physical pain and difficulties of the fallen world. Sometimes science wins, and sometimes it doesn't. Listen to Markexplain the five reasons why science and faith co-exist
Join Mark as he continues Is God Guilty of Fraud? (earlier lessons in this series are titled “The Greatness of God”) series with Part 3 of “God of Faith or God of Science.” Mark looks at the interplay between the biblical view of science and faith, and how the view we have of the world affects how we live day-to-day.

This video is part of a series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness?
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/FA81d_uFgok/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-015-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-3/
Sun, 02 Jun 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with his teaching: The Role of Science and Faith. Mark reviewed the three opinions presented last week: science and faith are in (1) opposition (2) some overlap (3) co-existence. The biblical view is that science is a part of our faith, andwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with his teaching: The Role of Science and Faith. Mark reviewed the three opinions presented last week: science and faith are in (1) opposition (2) some overlap (3) co-existence. The biblical view is that science is a part of our faith, and it's God's tool for humanity to use toward good ends. Science is faith's physical tool for fighting the physical pain and difficulties of the fallen world. Sometimes science wins, and sometimes it doesn't. Listen to Markexplain the five reasons why science and faith co-exist Join Mark as he continues Is God Guilty of Fraud? (earlier lessons in this series are titled “The Greatness of God”) series with Part 3 of “God of Faith or God of Science.” Mark looks at the interplay between the biblical view of science and faith, and how the view we have of the world affects how we live day-to-day. This video is part of a series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-015-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-015-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-3/audio.mp3

GOG 014 Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 2
Mark Lanier


Join Mark as he continues Is God Guilty of Fraud? (earlier lessons in this series are titled “The Greatness of God”) series with Part 2 of “God of Faith or God of Science.” Mark looks at the interplay between the biblical view of science and faith, and how the view we have of the world affects how we live day-to-day.

This video is part of a series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness?
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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-014-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-2/
Sun, 26 May 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJoin Mark as he continues Is God Guilty of Fraud? (earlier lessons in this series are titled “The Greatness of God”) series with Part 2 of “God of Faith or God of Science.” Mark looks at the interplay between the biblical view of science and faith, and howebmaster@biblical-literacy.comJoin Mark as he continues Is God Guilty of Fraud? (earlier lessons in this series are titled “The Greatness of God”) series with Part 2 of “God of Faith or God of Science.” Mark looks at the interplay between the biblical view of science and faith, and how the view we have of the world affects how we live day-to-day. This video is part of a series: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness? https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-014-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-014-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-2/audio.mp3

SE - Interview with Dr. Andrew MacIntosh - A Hebrew Lesson
Mark Lanier


In this lesson, Mark is joined by special guest Dr. Andrew Macintosh, Professor of Hebrew at Cambridge University and one of the foremost scholars of Hebrew and the Bible. Mark and Dr. Macintosh conduct a Hebrew lesson in the Old Testament using the Psalms. The English vocabulary has 50,000 to 60,000 words, compared to Hebrew which has only one word for every eight in English. The words have a full semantic range in the way they are applied to our language; it is not a one-to-one translation. Knowing this, Mark and Dr. Macintosh help us better understand the meaning behind the many body parts that are referenced in the Psalms.
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lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-dr-andrew-macintosh-a-hebrew-lesson/
Mon, 20 May 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn this lesson, Mark is joined by special guest Dr. Andrew Macintosh, Professor of Hebrew at Cambridge University and one of the foremost scholars of Hebrew and the Bible. Mark and Dr. Macintosh conduct a Hebrew lesson in the Old Testament using the Psalmwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn this lesson, Mark is joined by special guest Dr. Andrew Macintosh, Professor of Hebrew at Cambridge University and one of the foremost scholars of Hebrew and the Bible. Mark and Dr. Macintosh conduct a Hebrew lesson in the Old Testament using the Psalms. The English vocabulary has 50,000 to 60,000 words, compared to Hebrew which has only one word for every eight in English. The words have a full semantic range in the way they are applied to our language; it is not a one-to-one translation. Knowing this, Mark and Dr. Macintosh help us better understand the meaning behind the many body parts that are referenced in the Psalms.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-dr-andrew-macintosh-a-hebrew-lesson/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-dr-andrew-macintosh-a-hebrew-lesson/audio.mp3

GOG 013 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? Science and Faith Part 1
Mark Lanier


Mark continues with the series: Is God Guilty of Fraud. This week’s lesson focused Science and Faith. In this part 1 lesson, Mark discusses the controversy of faith and science in an overview of the lessons to come. Many people think faith and science are competitive. What does the Bible teach about science? In the argument of creation or evolution, Mark explains that God is the uncreated. Science is our tool to combat the fallen world, and the proof is in Scripture. In the topic of faith and medicine, he refers to Matthew 8 in which several of Jesus's healings are recorded. Mark reviews the primary objections to mixing faith and medicine. If we do not have a biblical view of science, it’s difficult to find faith in God. Mark concludes that science is faith's physical tool for fighting the physical pain and difficulties of the fallen world. Faith and science are teammates.
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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-013-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-1/
Sun, 12 May 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with the series: Is God Guilty of Fraud. This week’s lesson focused Science and Faith. In this part 1 lesson, Mark discusses the controversy of faith and science in an overview of the lessons to come. Many people think faith and science arewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with the series: Is God Guilty of Fraud. This week’s lesson focused Science and Faith. In this part 1 lesson, Mark discusses the controversy of faith and science in an overview of the lessons to come. Many people think faith and science are competitive. What does the Bible teach about science? In the argument of creation or evolution, Mark explains that God is the uncreated. Science is our tool to combat the fallen world, and the proof is in Scripture. In the topic of faith and medicine, he refers to Matthew 8 in which several of Jesus's healings are recorded. Mark reviews the primary objections to mixing faith and medicine. If we do not have a biblical view of science, it’s difficult to find faith in God. Mark concludes that science is faith's physical tool for fighting the physical pain and difficulties of the fallen world. Faith and science are teammates.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-013-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-013-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-science-and-faith-part-1/audio.mp3

GOG 012 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? War and Peace Part C
Mark Lanier


Join Mark for Lesson 12 in “The Greatness of God” series as he concludes the “God of war? or, God of Peace?” segment. Using the Socratic Method, Mark pursues truth through four questions he poses for our consideration on the topic of Evil. What is evil? Why is evil in the World? Where is God in the midst of evil? What is the future of evil? This video is part of a series: The Greatness of God - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness?
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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-012-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-c/
Sun, 05 May 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJoin Mark for Lesson 12 in “The Greatness of God” series as he concludes the “God of war? or, God of Peace?” segment. Using the Socratic Method, Mark pursues truth through four questions he poses for our consideration on the topic of Evil. What is evil? Wwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comJoin Mark for Lesson 12 in “The Greatness of God” series as he concludes the “God of war? or, God of Peace?” segment. Using the Socratic Method, Mark pursues truth through four questions he poses for our consideration on the topic of Evil. What is evil? Why is evil in the World? Where is God in the midst of evil? What is the future of evil? This video is part of a series: The Greatness of God - Mark Lanier, a trial lawyer by trade, examines the truth of God’s greatness by examining His Curriculum Vitae (CV). In consecutive lessons, Mark uses God’s CV to understand who He is, what His greatness has to do with us, why God has done horrible things and allows evil, what is the truth of God’s greatness, does God’s CV indicate that he keeps His promises and does God’s CV include references that back up the claim to His greatness?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-012-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-c/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-012-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-c/audio.mp3

GOG 011 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? War and Peace, Part B
Mark Lanier


As the series has progressed the concept that God is good and great must be reconciled with his commands to put entire cities to death. The question is then more aptly stated, "Is God Guilty of Fraud?" As the series title morphs into this question, listen to final installment of Chapter 6: Is God Guilty of Fraud? War and Peace.

Watch Mark Lanier attempt to answer the profound question, how can God sanction killing and still be a good God?
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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-011-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-b/
Sun, 28 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoAs the series has progressed the concept that God is good and great must be reconciled with his commands to put entire cities to death. The question is then more aptly stated, "Is God Guilty of Fraud?" As the series title morphs into this question, listenwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comAs the series has progressed the concept that God is good and great must be reconciled with his commands to put entire cities to death. The question is then more aptly stated, "Is God Guilty of Fraud?" As the series title morphs into this question, listen to final installment of Chapter 6: Is God Guilty of Fraud? War and Peace. Watch Mark Lanier attempt to answer the profound question, how can God sanction killing and still be a good God?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-011-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-b/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-011-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-b/audio.mp3

GOG 010 - Is God Guilty of Fraud? War and Peace Part A
Mark Lanier


Mark continues with: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - An investigation into the foundations of our truths. This lesson is part 1 of a series discussing God and evil using example passages from the Old Testament and New Testament that appear to show a different God. Through the ages, people have asked how a loving God would allow so much misery? Is He a God of war or a God of peace? Scholars have debated a good God with the realization of evil. Three solutions are offered: altering scripture to fit our opinion of what we’d like Scripture to say; altering God to soften God to man’s anticipation of what God should be, which is heretic; or alter the way one reads scripture, contrasting different levels like literal, moral or allegorical. Listen to Mark expound on the ways scholars have viewed and interpreted God through the ages.
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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-010-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-a/
Sun, 14 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Mark continues with: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - An investigation into the foundations of our truths. This lesson is part 1 of a series discussing God and evil using example passages from the Old Testament and New Testament that appear to show a different webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Mark continues with: Is God Guilty of Fraud? - An investigation into the foundations of our truths. This lesson is part 1 of a series discussing God and evil using example passages from the Old Testament and New Testament that appear to show a different God. Through the ages, people have asked how a loving God would allow so much misery? Is He a God of war or a God of peace? Scholars have debated a good God with the realization of evil. Three solutions are offered: altering scripture to fit our opinion of what we’d like Scripture to say; altering God to soften God to man’s anticipation of what God should be, which is heretic; or alter the way one reads scripture, contrasting different levels like literal, moral or allegorical. Listen to Mark expound on the ways scholars have viewed and interpreted God through the ages.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-010-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-a/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-010-is-god-guilty-of-fraud-war-and-peace-part-a/audio.mp3

GOG 009 - Where is God? Part B
Mark Lanier


Mark continues with: Is God Guilty of Fraud? -  An investigation into the foundations of our truths. A misrepresentation can be inducement to believe false or fraudulent information. Christianity offers a belief system that makes sense of the world and mankind. Mark shows us God is not guilty of Fraud. God came to earth through Jesus. God indwells through His Spirit. Listen to Mark teach about the reality of Jesus throughout scripture beginning in Genesis through the New Testament.
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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-009-where-is-god-part-b/
Mon, 08 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with: Is God Guilty of Fraud? -  An investigation into the foundations of our truths. A misrepresentation can be inducement to believe false or fraudulent information. Christianity offers a belief system that makes sense of the world and mawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with: Is God Guilty of Fraud? -  An investigation into the foundations of our truths. A misrepresentation can be inducement to believe false or fraudulent information. Christianity offers a belief system that makes sense of the world and mankind. Mark shows us God is not guilty of Fraud. God came to earth through Jesus. God indwells through His Spirit. Listen to Mark teach about the reality of Jesus throughout scripture beginning in Genesis through the New Testament.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-009-where-is-god-part-b/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-009-where-is-god-part-b/audio.mp3

SE - GOG The Struggle is Real
Brent Johnson


Brent Johnson taught the greatness of God - Examining Gods CV. This week’s lesson focuses on the reality of struggles. Genesis 32 shares when Jacob is destined to meet his twin brother Esau after the conflict between them. Before their meeting, Brent explained how Jacob wrestled with God’s messenger in the form of an angel or possibly Jesus. Jacob’s name was changed to Israel, the father of the 12 tribes of Israel, and the struggles have continued. The older we get, struggles do not dissipate. All of life involves both physical and spiritual struggles. From those, we grow closer to God. Why did Israel struggle? Why do we struggle? What are the causes of struggle? Listen to Brent talk about the struggles of Jacob/Israel and all humanity.
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lessons/special-events/se-gog-the-struggle-is-real/
Sun, 31 Mar 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBrent Johnson taught the greatness of God - Examining Gods CV. This week’s lesson focuses on the reality of struggles. Genesis 32 shares when Jacob is destined to meet his twin brother Esau after the conflict between them. Before their meeting, Brent explwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBrent Johnson taught the greatness of God - Examining Gods CV. This week’s lesson focuses on the reality of struggles. Genesis 32 shares when Jacob is destined to meet his twin brother Esau after the conflict between them. Before their meeting, Brent explained how Jacob wrestled with God’s messenger in the form of an angel or possibly Jesus. Jacob’s name was changed to Israel, the father of the 12 tribes of Israel, and the struggles have continued. The older we get, struggles do not dissipate. All of life involves both physical and spiritual struggles. From those, we grow closer to God. Why did Israel struggle? Why do we struggle? What are the causes of struggle? Listen to Brent talk about the struggles of Jacob/Israel and all humanity.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-gog-the-struggle-is-real/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-gog-the-struggle-is-real/audio.mp3

GOG 008 - Where is God? Part A
Mark Lanier


Mark continued his class on The Greatness of God: Examining Gods CV. Mark began the lesson by explaining the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11:1-9 with a look into the language and concepts of the ancient Mesopotamia area. Forever people have been looking for God. The tower was a ziggurat, a structure several stories high with a staircase to entice gods to come down to earth. The passage is written in the literary technique of that day - chiastic structure: using a ‘mirroring’ effect and placing the punch or point of the story in the middle. The morale of the passage is God is not our genie. Yet God does descend to earth.

The existence of God is beyond man's understanding. God is above or superior to our understanding of the world.

God is above or superior to nature
God is supernatural
God is transcendent
God is immanent.
Listen to Mark provide insights into the Tower of Babel accounting and what it means to us today.
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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-008-where-is-god-part-a/
Sun, 17 Mar 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued his class on The Greatness of God: Examining Gods CV. Mark began the lesson by explaining the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11:1-9 with a look into the language and concepts of the ancient Mesopotamia area. Forever people have been looking for webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued his class on The Greatness of God: Examining Gods CV. Mark began the lesson by explaining the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11:1-9 with a look into the language and concepts of the ancient Mesopotamia area. Forever people have been looking for God. The tower was a ziggurat, a structure several stories high with a staircase to entice gods to come down to earth. The passage is written in the literary technique of that day - chiastic structure: using a ‘mirroring’ effect and placing the punch or point of the story in the middle. The morale of the passage is God is not our genie. Yet God does descend to earth. The existence of God is beyond man's understanding. God is above or superior to our understanding of the world. God is above or superior to nature God is supernatural God is transcendent God is immanent. Listen to Mark provide insights into the Tower of Babel accounting and what it means to us today.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-008-where-is-god-part-a/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-008-where-is-god-part-a/audio.mp3

GOG 007 - The Trinity Part B
Mark Lanier


Mark discusses the greatness of God by examining it like a taxonomy, which is the science of classifying things. By using this method we are looking at "what makes God, God?". Using this approach he discusses the questions, "who is He?", "what is He?", "why it makes a difference to us?", "how we know this?". As humans we tend to classify God by gender or as a super hero, and reduce Him to something we can understand, which makes Him nothing more than an idol. Join Mark as he uses this approach also drawing from scripture, to enhance our understanding of God and God's greatness, so we don't put limits on who He is.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/VgGbzgLJdvE/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-007-the-trinity-part-b/
Sun, 03 Mar 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark discusses the greatness of God by examining it like a taxonomy, which is the science of classifying things. By using this method we are looking at "what makes God, God?". Using this approach he discusses the questions, "who is He?", "what is He?", "wwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark discusses the greatness of God by examining it like a taxonomy, which is the science of classifying things. By using this method we are looking at "what makes God, God?". Using this approach he discusses the questions, "who is He?", "what is He?", "why it makes a difference to us?", "how we know this?". As humans we tend to classify God by gender or as a super hero, and reduce Him to something we can understand, which makes Him nothing more than an idol. Join Mark as he uses this approach also drawing from scripture, to enhance our understanding of God and God's greatness, so we don't put limits on who He is.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-007-the-trinity-part-b/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-007-the-trinity-part-b/audio.mp3

SE- Attributes of God - Scott Riling
Scott Riling



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lessons/special-events/se-attributes-of-god-scott-riling/
Sun, 24 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-attributes-of-god-scott-riling/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-attributes-of-god-scott-riling/audio.mp3

SE - GOG The Greatness of God - Scott Riling
Scott Riling


Scott Riling taught on the topic: Favorite Three Attributes of God. Scott pointed out establishing three favorite attributes is difficult because God is good and perfect. The first attributive: God is Personal. He is the loving Father, the Great I Am. This is shown in Genesis 1:26. 3:7-9, Exodus 19:18-21, Numbers 11-26-29, and 1 Samuel 8-7-8. The second attribute: God is merciful. References are Deuteronomy 4:28-31, Luke 6:35-36, The third attribute: God is faithful as revealed in Deuteronomy 31:8. Listen to Scott share his passion for God through Scripture and life experiences.
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lessons/special-events/se-gog-the-greatness-of-god-scott-riling/
Sun, 24 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoScott Riling taught on the topic: Favorite Three Attributes of God. Scott pointed out establishing three favorite attributes is difficult because God is good and perfect. The first attributive: God is Personal. He is the loving Father, the Great I Am. Thiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comScott Riling taught on the topic: Favorite Three Attributes of God. Scott pointed out establishing three favorite attributes is difficult because God is good and perfect. The first attributive: God is Personal. He is the loving Father, the Great I Am. This is shown in Genesis 1:26. 3:7-9, Exodus 19:18-21, Numbers 11-26-29, and 1 Samuel 8-7-8. The second attribute: God is merciful. References are Deuteronomy 4:28-31, Luke 6:35-36, The third attribute: God is faithful as revealed in Deuteronomy 31:8. Listen to Scott share his passion for God through Scripture and life experiences.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-gog-the-greatness-of-god-scott-riling/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-gog-the-greatness-of-god-scott-riling/audio.mp3

SE- Interview with Mark Lanier, Dennis Danielson and Bruce Hindmarsh
Mark Lanier


Mark interviewed Professor Bruce Hindmarsh, the professor of spiritual theology at Regent College in Vancouver, and Professor Dennis Danielson from Stanford University, who is one of the world’s leading Milton scholars. Mark posed a variety of questions:

Personal love story and marriage advice.
Their wives’ best traits.
How their relationship with Christ began, and life experiences that grew their faith.
Personal scholars’ disciplines.
Favorite Christian figure.
The problem with good and evil.
Favorite hymn
Book recommendation
Where should Christians be going.

Listen to the insight and humor from Mark, Dr. Hindmarsh, and Dr. Danielson.
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lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-mark-lanier-dennis-danielson-and-bruce-hindmarsh/
Sun, 17 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark interviewed Professor Bruce Hindmarsh, the professor of spiritual theology at Regent College in Vancouver, and Professor Dennis Danielson from Stanford University, who is one of the world’s leading Milton scholars. Mark posed a variety of questions: webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark interviewed Professor Bruce Hindmarsh, the professor of spiritual theology at Regent College in Vancouver, and Professor Dennis Danielson from Stanford University, who is one of the world’s leading Milton scholars. Mark posed a variety of questions: Personal love story and marriage advice. Their wives’ best traits. How their relationship with Christ began, and life experiences that grew their faith. Personal scholars’ disciplines. Favorite Christian figure. The problem with good and evil. Favorite hymn Book recommendation Where should Christians be going. Listen to the insight and humor from Mark, Dr. Hindmarsh, and Dr. Danielson. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-mark-lanier-dennis-danielson-and-bruce-hindmarsh/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-interview-with-mark-lanier-dennis-danielson-and-bruce-hindmarsh/audio.mp3

GOG 006 - The Trinity Part A
Mark Lanier



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lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-006-the-trinity-part-a/
Sun, 10 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-006-the-trinity-part-a/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-006-the-trinity-part-a/audio.mp3

GOG 005 - What Does God Have to Do With Us? Part B
Mark Lanier


Mark continued in his series: The Greatness of God:
Examining God's CV. How do we merge God is love, God hates sin, and God is just? Sin incurs God’s wrath, a distortion of the truth of God’s nature, and He can’t live with sin. The answer is His substitionary atonement through Jesus Christ taking on our sin and paying the price. Listen to Mark explain the meaning of substitionary atonement
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/T8bDprm7BZA/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-005-what-does-god-have-to-do-with-us-part-b/
Sun, 03 Feb 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued in his series: The Greatness of God: Examining God's CV. How do we merge God is love, God hates sin, and God is just? Sin incurs God’s wrath, a distortion of the truth of God’s nature, and He can’t live with sin. The answer is His substitiowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued in his series: The Greatness of God: Examining God's CV. How do we merge God is love, God hates sin, and God is just? Sin incurs God’s wrath, a distortion of the truth of God’s nature, and He can’t live with sin. The answer is His substitionary atonement through Jesus Christ taking on our sin and paying the price. Listen to Mark explain the meaning of substitionary atonementhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-005-what-does-god-have-to-do-with-us-part-b/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-005-what-does-god-have-to-do-with-us-part-b/audio.mp3

GOG 004 - What Does God Have to Do With Us? Part A
Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/esuLcd_-0jE/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-004-what-does-god-have-to-do-with-us-part-a/
Sun, 27 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-004-what-does-god-have-to-do-with-us-part-a/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-004-what-does-god-have-to-do-with-us-part-a/audio.mp3

GOG 003 - Who is God? Part B
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with lesson 3 in The Greatness of God - Examine God's CV. He continues to discuss the question "Who is God?" and the traits we will find on God's CV. We know God is all-loving, but he is also a God who loves and hates, and we need to understand how these intersect. In Luke 6:27-36, God hopes we will enact love, and love with our enemies. Listen as Mark continues more of God's traits in that he is holy, true and moral, and he begins to correlate to sin.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/llX9aglo-rw/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-003-who-is-god-part-b/
Sun, 20 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with lesson 3 in The Greatness of God - Examine God's CV. He continues to discuss the question "Who is God?" and the traits we will find on God's CV. We know God is all-loving, but he is also a God who loves and hates, and we need to underswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with lesson 3 in The Greatness of God - Examine God's CV. He continues to discuss the question "Who is God?" and the traits we will find on God's CV. We know God is all-loving, but he is also a God who loves and hates, and we need to understand how these intersect. In Luke 6:27-36, God hopes we will enact love, and love with our enemies. Listen as Mark continues more of God's traits in that he is holy, true and moral, and he begins to correlate to sin.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-003-who-is-god-part-b/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-003-who-is-god-part-b/audio.mp3

GOG 002 - Who is God? Part A
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with lesson 2 in The Greatness of God—Examine God’s CV.  Who is God? The answer is in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Part of God’s CV is His love. The Greek uses two types of love to show God’s persona as recorded in the New Testament: Phileo, someone or something we have affection for. Our God is all-loving. The second type of love is Agape, a love that is interested in our welfare of a decision made to care. Our God is all-caring. By exploring 1 Corinthians 13, we can better understand God’s love for us. Listen to Mark detail God’s love and describe other Greek definitions for the word.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/ckPVhek32BQ/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-002-who-is-god-part-a/
Sun, 13 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with lesson 2 in The Greatness of God—Examine God’s CV.  Who is God? The answer is in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Part of God’s CV is His love. The Greek uses two types of love to show God’s persona as recorded in the New Testamenwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with lesson 2 in The Greatness of God—Examine God’s CV.  Who is God? The answer is in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Part of God’s CV is His love. The Greek uses two types of love to show God’s persona as recorded in the New Testament: Phileo, someone or something we have affection for. Our God is all-loving. The second type of love is Agape, a love that is interested in our welfare of a decision made to care. Our God is all-caring. By exploring 1 Corinthians 13, we can better understand God’s love for us. Listen to Mark detail God’s love and describe other Greek definitions for the word. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-002-who-is-god-part-a/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-002-who-is-god-part-a/audio.mp3

GOG 001 - Introduction
Mark Lanier


Lesson Title: Chapter 1, Introducing God’s CV

Join us as Mark Lanier introduces his new series, The Greatness of God:  Examining God's CV.  Mark kick's off this illuminating new series that carefully examines God's Curriculum vitae (CV) or resume, like a lawyer might examine a witness.

C.V.’s are a modern cultural invention, but that examine one’s qualifications and interests.  One wishes the Bible had God’s C.V. but the Bible is not written that way.  As central to my effort to write a book about the Greatness of God, I decided that I would begin writing a C.V. of God.  The C.V. could never be exhaustive, for no man can fully comprehend God for who he is, much less all he has done.  The C.V. couldn’t contain all of God’s accomplishments, if for no other reason than that one C.V. can’t hold all of history, which has unfolded under the divine hand of God.  So my C.V. for God is one that sets out in brief form, some of the major accomplishments which are subject of this book. God’s CV would include that he is both a creator and a destroyer. How does this reconcile with His greatness?

Added Bonus: tricks to compensate for time change
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/3X6DG0JvvWc/

lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-001-introduction/
Mon, 07 Jan 2019 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoLesson Title: Chapter 1, Introducing God’s CV Join us as Mark Lanier introduces his new series, The Greatness of God:  Examining God's CV.  Mark kick's off this illuminating new series that carefully examines God's Curriculum vitae (CV) or resume, like a webmaster@biblical-literacy.comLesson Title: Chapter 1, Introducing God’s CV Join us as Mark Lanier introduces his new series, The Greatness of God:  Examining God's CV.  Mark kick's off this illuminating new series that carefully examines God's Curriculum vitae (CV) or resume, like a lawyer might examine a witness. C.V.’s are a modern cultural invention, but that examine one’s qualifications and interests.  One wishes the Bible had God’s C.V. but the Bible is not written that way.  As central to my effort to write a book about the Greatness of God, I decided that I would begin writing a C.V. of God.  The C.V. could never be exhaustive, for no man can fully comprehend God for who he is, much less all he has done.  The C.V. couldn’t contain all of God’s accomplishments, if for no other reason than that one C.V. can’t hold all of history, which has unfolded under the divine hand of God.  So my C.V. for God is one that sets out in brief form, some of the major accomplishments which are subject of this book. God’s CV would include that he is both a creator and a destroyer. How does this reconcile with His greatness? Added Bonus: tricks to compensate for time changehttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-001-introduction/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/is-god-guilt-of-fraud-formerly-the-greatness-of-god-examining-gods-cv/gog-001-introduction/audio.mp3

Can We Trust the Gospels? Interview with Peter Williams
Mark Lanier


Mark hosts Dr. Peter Williams from Cambridge who, leads Tyndale House, place of scholarly study and ministry - TyndaleHouse.com. Peter has a passion for language and explains how enlightening it is to study the Bible in multiple languages. Peter also shares about his family, William Tyndale whom Tyndale House is named, and a project he’s directing for Museum of the Bible in D.C. He concludes in talking about the compelling research that went into his book CAN WE TRUST THE GOSPELS.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/Dg0zVf6fWtM/

lessons/interviews/can-we-trust-the-gospels-interview-with-peter-williams/
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark hosts Dr. Peter Williams from Cambridge who, leads Tyndale House, place of scholarly study and ministry - TyndaleHouse.com. Peter has a passion for language and explains how enlightening it is to study the Bible in multiple languages. Peter also sharwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark hosts Dr. Peter Williams from Cambridge who, leads Tyndale House, place of scholarly study and ministry - TyndaleHouse.com. Peter has a passion for language and explains how enlightening it is to study the Bible in multiple languages. Peter also shares about his family, William Tyndale whom Tyndale House is named, and a project he’s directing for Museum of the Bible in D.C. He concludes in talking about the compelling research that went into his book CAN WE TRUST THE GOSPELS.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/interviews/can-we-trust-the-gospels-interview-with-peter-williams/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/interviews/can-we-trust-the-gospels-interview-with-peter-williams/audio.mp3

DLC18.0-Jesus is Coming
Mark Lanier


Mark taught devotions from the Life of Jesus about advent—Jesus is Coming. Are you ready? John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus - Luke 1:17. He's coming. The future has purposes, the past has meaning. Although God's ways can sometimes be perplexing - Luke 1:25-30, focus on watching for God’s hand in our lives - Luke 1:46-49. We are to be patient and trust in the outcome. Listen to Mark’s insights and how we are to boast of God's greatness and take joy even in lowliness.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/eK-PfvYY3xg/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc18-0-jesus-is-coming/
Sun, 16 Dec 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught devotions from the Life of Jesus about advent—Jesus is Coming. Are you ready? John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus - Luke 1:17. He's coming. The future has purposes, the past has meaning. Although God's ways can sometimes be perplexing webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught devotions from the Life of Jesus about advent—Jesus is Coming. Are you ready? John the Baptist prepared the way for Jesus - Luke 1:17. He's coming. The future has purposes, the past has meaning. Although God's ways can sometimes be perplexing - Luke 1:25-30, focus on watching for God’s hand in our lives - Luke 1:46-49. We are to be patient and trust in the outcome. Listen to Mark’s insights and how we are to boast of God's greatness and take joy even in lowliness.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc18-0-jesus-is-coming/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc18-0-jesus-is-coming/audio.mp3

DLC17.0-The First Sunday of Advent
Mark Lanier


Mark shares the differences of calendars and how we celebrate Advent of the church calendar, the four Sundays preceding Christmas. We learn how Advent looks forward to the arrival of Jesus in three ways: 1) His arrival in Bethlehem, 2) HIs arrival in our heart, and 3) His coming again. Learn more how the first candle of Advent reflects prophecy. Mark then expands on John 1 and Luke 1 encouraging us to consider how we are linked and what our purpose is in life that is God’s design. We must seek first His kingdom and righteousness trusting God’s methods for the future - not in fear, but faith.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/gWx6UPH2zJA/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc17-0-the-first-sunday-of-advent/
Sun, 02 Dec 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark shares the differences of calendars and how we celebrate Advent of the church calendar, the four Sundays preceding Christmas. We learn how Advent looks forward to the arrival of Jesus in three ways: 1) His arrival in Bethlehem, 2) HIs arrival in our webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark shares the differences of calendars and how we celebrate Advent of the church calendar, the four Sundays preceding Christmas. We learn how Advent looks forward to the arrival of Jesus in three ways: 1) His arrival in Bethlehem, 2) HIs arrival in our heart, and 3) His coming again. Learn more how the first candle of Advent reflects prophecy. Mark then expands on John 1 and Luke 1 encouraging us to consider how we are linked and what our purpose is in life that is God’s design. We must seek first His kingdom and righteousness trusting God’s methods for the future - not in fear, but faith. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc17-0-the-first-sunday-of-advent/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc17-0-the-first-sunday-of-advent/audio.mp3

DLC16.0-Jesus' Interaction with Women
Mark Lanier


Mark continued the series, Devotions from the Life of Jesus #16 with a focus on Jesus’s interaction with women. Much of the misinterpretation of how Jesus and other New Testament writers considered women is due to cultural barriers of ancient times vs. today. Jesus came to make a difference for all men and women. In Luke 10:38-42, we read about Mary and Martha. Jesus gave women a place in the classroom of biblical teachings. God’s word was not for men only. John 11:21-27 shows Martha understood Jesus' teachings. Matthew 21:14-16 raises the status of children, another cultural difference then vs. now. John 19:25-27 speaks about honoring our parents and those in our care. Luke 21:1-4 tells us about the widow’s sacrifice. Listen to Mark explain how Jesus honored women, and how we are to desire God’s substance in our lives.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/QJkdzTdOdSk/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc16-0-jesus-interaction-with-women/
Sun, 25 Nov 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued the series, Devotions from the Life of Jesus #16 with a focus on Jesus’s interaction with women. Much of the misinterpretation of how Jesus and other New Testament writers considered women is due to cultural barriers of ancient times vs. towebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued the series, Devotions from the Life of Jesus #16 with a focus on Jesus’s interaction with women. Much of the misinterpretation of how Jesus and other New Testament writers considered women is due to cultural barriers of ancient times vs. today. Jesus came to make a difference for all men and women. In Luke 10:38-42, we read about Mary and Martha. Jesus gave women a place in the classroom of biblical teachings. God’s word was not for men only. John 11:21-27 shows Martha understood Jesus' teachings. Matthew 21:14-16 raises the status of children, another cultural difference then vs. now. John 19:25-27 speaks about honoring our parents and those in our care. Luke 21:1-4 tells us about the widow’s sacrifice. Listen to Mark explain how Jesus honored women, and how we are to desire God’s substance in our lives.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc16-0-jesus-interaction-with-women/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc16-0-jesus-interaction-with-women/audio.mp3

DLC15.0-Jesus Teaches How To Worship
Mark Lanier


Mark taught #15 in the series: Devotions from the Life of Jesus. Today’s devotions are themed around what Jesus said about worship. Mark explained the word “worship” comes from the Anglo-Saxon words meaning to “ascribe worth.” He expanded on these facets of worship: 1) Gratitude: Luke 17:11-19 teaches us that gratitude to God is worship and praise. 2) God-centered: Matthew 2:1-8 shows us true worship is centered on God. False worship is self-interested. 3) God-only: Matthew 4: 9-10 shows us our goal is to become like Jesus. True worship is God only. 4) Obedience: Matthew 7:6-7 teaches us that worship is obedience to God. 5) Reality: Revelation 5:11-14 emphasizes worship is rooted in the truth of who God is and what He's done. Listen to Mark detail and enlighten Scripture.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/sW7oPytMSnk/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc15-0-jesus-teaches-how-to-worship/
Sun, 18 Nov 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught #15 in the series: Devotions from the Life of Jesus. Today’s devotions are themed around what Jesus said about worship. Mark explained the word “worship” comes from the Anglo-Saxon words meaning to “ascribe worth.” He expanded on these facets webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught #15 in the series: Devotions from the Life of Jesus. Today’s devotions are themed around what Jesus said about worship. Mark explained the word “worship” comes from the Anglo-Saxon words meaning to “ascribe worth.” He expanded on these facets of worship: 1) Gratitude: Luke 17:11-19 teaches us that gratitude to God is worship and praise. 2) God-centered: Matthew 2:1-8 shows us true worship is centered on God. False worship is self-interested. 3) God-only: Matthew 4: 9-10 shows us our goal is to become like Jesus. True worship is God only. 4) Obedience: Matthew 7:6-7 teaches us that worship is obedience to God. 5) Reality: Revelation 5:11-14 emphasizes worship is rooted in the truth of who God is and what He's done. Listen to Mark detail and enlighten Scripture.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc15-0-jesus-teaches-how-to-worship/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc15-0-jesus-teaches-how-to-worship/audio.mp3

DLC14.0-Jesus Interrupted
Mark Lanier


Devotions from the life of Jesus #14. Mark continued with his series showing how Jesus dealt with the interruptions or detours of life. Matthew 19:10 shows us that Jesus had time for children, the future of His kingdom. The disciples’ problem was not seeing an opportunity to practice Jesus' teachings. Luke 10:25 shows us who is our neighbor when life happenings disrupt our day, energies, money, and faith. Jesus said your neighbor is anyone in need. Matthew 9 is about needy people and how we can help them by having compassion. Matthew 12:9-15 deals with troublemakers, specifically those who opposed Jesus doing God’s work on the Sabbath. Real life isn't a straight road. Listen to Mark show us how Jesus’ instructions help us follow Him in obedience.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/S1ZtCr2NUAA/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc14-0-jesus-interrupted/
Sun, 11 Nov 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoDevotions from the life of Jesus #14. Mark continued with his series showing how Jesus dealt with the interruptions or detours of life. Matthew 19:10 shows us that Jesus had time for children, the future of His kingdom. The disciples’ problem was not seeiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comDevotions from the life of Jesus #14. Mark continued with his series showing how Jesus dealt with the interruptions or detours of life. Matthew 19:10 shows us that Jesus had time for children, the future of His kingdom. The disciples’ problem was not seeing an opportunity to practice Jesus' teachings. Luke 10:25 shows us who is our neighbor when life happenings disrupt our day, energies, money, and faith. Jesus said your neighbor is anyone in need. Matthew 9 is about needy people and how we can help them by having compassion. Matthew 12:9-15 deals with troublemakers, specifically those who opposed Jesus doing God’s work on the Sabbath. Real life isn't a straight road. Listen to Mark show us how Jesus’ instructions help us follow Him in obedience.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc14-0-jesus-interrupted/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc14-0-jesus-interrupted/audio.mp3

DLC13.0-Jesus and the Holy Spirit
Mark Lanier


Mark continued Devotionals from the Life of Jesus #13 with a focus on Jesus teaching about the Holy Spirit. Jesus spoke of the Holy Spirit in one setting in John 14-16. Mark also looks at passages both before and after those teachings to see how Jesus' teaching of the Holy Spirit occurred.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/28YnMPPz4nQ/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc13-0-jesus-and-the-holy-spirit/
Sun, 04 Nov 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued Devotionals from the Life of Jesus #13 with a focus on Jesus teaching about the Holy Spirit. Jesus spoke of the Holy Spirit in one setting in John 14-16. Mark also looks at passages both before and after those teachings to see how Jesus' tewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued Devotionals from the Life of Jesus #13 with a focus on Jesus teaching about the Holy Spirit. Jesus spoke of the Holy Spirit in one setting in John 14-16. Mark also looks at passages both before and after those teachings to see how Jesus' teaching of the Holy Spirit occurred.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc13-0-jesus-and-the-holy-spirit/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc13-0-jesus-and-the-holy-spirit/audio.mp3

DLC12.0-The Sayings of Jesus
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with his series: Devotionals from the Life of Jesus #12. This week focused on the sayings of Jesus from Revelation, as spoken to John on the Island of Patmos. The first topic is what Jesus had to say about fear in Revelation 1:17-19. What do you fear? Jesus is fighting for us and to help us overcome our fears. The second topic dealt with: Who is Jesus? Revelation 22:13 tells us Jesus is the great I Am, the Alpha and the Omega. The third topic dealt with the believer’s heart: Revelation 2:4 suggests the believer can slip into doing good works and abandon the most important characteristic: love of God. Listen to Mark passionately teach what Jesus said about fear, who He is, and the heart of serving God.  

 

 
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/oQP5awbWeAY/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc12-0-the-sayings-of-jesus/
Sun, 14 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with his series: Devotionals from the Life of Jesus #12. This week focused on the sayings of Jesus from Revelation, as spoken to John on the Island of Patmos. The first topic is what Jesus had to say about fear in Revelation 1:17-19. What dwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with his series: Devotionals from the Life of Jesus #12. This week focused on the sayings of Jesus from Revelation, as spoken to John on the Island of Patmos. The first topic is what Jesus had to say about fear in Revelation 1:17-19. What do you fear? Jesus is fighting for us and to help us overcome our fears. The second topic dealt with: Who is Jesus? Revelation 22:13 tells us Jesus is the great I Am, the Alpha and the Omega. The third topic dealt with the believer’s heart: Revelation 2:4 suggests the believer can slip into doing good works and abandon the most important characteristic: love of God. Listen to Mark passionately teach what Jesus said about fear, who He is, and the heart of serving God.      https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc12-0-the-sayings-of-jesus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc12-0-the-sayings-of-jesus/audio.mp3

DLC11.0-I See Myself in Jesus
Mark Lanier


Mark shares how we can see ourselves in six of the stories of Jesus. Journey to: 1) Bethlehem - Our world is not at peace ...but we can have peace with God, 2) Capernaum - We are unclean, but we still need Jesus, 3) Caesarea Philippi - How does 1+1+1 = 1? , 4) Sea of Galilee - During the fears of life we need Jesus’s hand of help, 5) Gerasenes - Jesus touches us while we are a “Man of the Tombs”, and 6) Jerusalem - Jesus’s ‘favor’ of the cross as He took our sin and death.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/1cvvyVWdaPI/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc11-0-i-see-myself-in-jesus/
Sun, 07 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark shares how we can see ourselves in six of the stories of Jesus. Journey to: 1) Bethlehem - Our world is not at peace ...but we can have peace with God, 2) Capernaum - We are unclean, but we still need Jesus, 3) Caesarea Philippi - How does 1+1+1 = 1?webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark shares how we can see ourselves in six of the stories of Jesus. Journey to: 1) Bethlehem - Our world is not at peace ...but we can have peace with God, 2) Capernaum - We are unclean, but we still need Jesus, 3) Caesarea Philippi - How does 1+1+1 = 1? , 4) Sea of Galilee - During the fears of life we need Jesus’s hand of help, 5) Gerasenes - Jesus touches us while we are a “Man of the Tombs”, and 6) Jerusalem - Jesus’s ‘favor’ of the cross as He took our sin and death.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc11-0-i-see-myself-in-jesus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc11-0-i-see-myself-in-jesus/audio.mp3

DLC10.0-
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with #10 of  Devotions from the Life of Jesus. Today’s lesson focused on the sometimes confusing "say-what” sayings from Jesus; those sayings that deal with us in various circumstances. 1. When we are off track: Mark 12:26-27. When we aren’t authentic: Matthew 12:33-34. When we should stop complaining: Matthew 11:16-19. And when Jesus was humorous: Matthew 16:24, Matthew 21:31, Luke 8:44-45, Matthew 7:3-5. Matthew 9:15-17, Matthew 19:24, and Matthew 23:23-24. Listen to Mark explain the Greek translation of Jesus' sayings to better understand the context of His words and make godly commitments. 
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc10-0/
Sun, 30 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with #10 of  Devotions from the Life of Jesus. Today’s lesson focused on the sometimes confusing "say-what” sayings from Jesus; those sayings that deal with us in various circumstances. 1. When we are off track: Mark 12:26-27. When we aren’webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with #10 of  Devotions from the Life of Jesus. Today’s lesson focused on the sometimes confusing "say-what” sayings from Jesus; those sayings that deal with us in various circumstances. 1. When we are off track: Mark 12:26-27. When we aren’t authentic: Matthew 12:33-34. When we should stop complaining: Matthew 11:16-19. And when Jesus was humorous: Matthew 16:24, Matthew 21:31, Luke 8:44-45, Matthew 7:3-5. Matthew 9:15-17, Matthew 19:24, and Matthew 23:23-24. Listen to Mark explain the Greek translation of Jesus' sayings to better understand the context of His words and make godly commitments. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc10-0/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc10-0/audio.mp3

DLC09.0-The Woman at the Well
Mark Lanier


The story of the woman at the well in John chapter 4, gives Mark a chance to understand Jesus' interaction with the woman and his instructions to her. He gives devotionals for everyday living from the the interactions with the woman. She represents each of us and our sins and how much God cares for us.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc09-0-the-woman-at-the-well/
Sun, 23 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe story of the woman at the well in John chapter 4, gives Mark a chance to understand Jesus' interaction with the woman and his instructions to her. He gives devotionals for everyday living from the the interactions with the woman. She represents each owebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe story of the woman at the well in John chapter 4, gives Mark a chance to understand Jesus' interaction with the woman and his instructions to her. He gives devotionals for everyday living from the the interactions with the woman. She represents each of us and our sins and how much God cares for us.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc09-0-the-woman-at-the-well/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc09-0-the-woman-at-the-well/audio.mp3

DFT 8 - Devotionals from the Torah 8
Mark Lanier


This week Mark shared 6 of his personal favorite devotions from his book Torah for Living Daily Prayers, Wisdom, and Guidance.


Numbers 14:39 - To whom do you listen? Recognize the strength of council from those who faithfully follow God. Listen to God or to those who are faithful to God.
Exodus 39:22-24 - God is in the details. Our detailed God has not forgotten about us.
Genesis 38:7 - Nobody fools God. Let's be honest with God.
Numbers 3:38- Who's guarding whom? God doesn't need our protection. Use deliberateness in approaching God.
Genesis 7:24-8:1 - God is an action God. Pray For God to act in our lives.
Deuteronomy 30:11-14 - The power of obedience. God's not playing hide and seek with us.  Listen to Mark teach in depth of these 6 powerful Old Testament passages.

#LanierBibleStudy #biblical-literacy #love #God #peace #Lanier #Christian #biblestudy
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-8-devotionals-from-the-torah-8/
Sun, 16 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis week Mark shared 6 of his personal favorite devotions from his book Torah for Living Daily Prayers, Wisdom, and Guidance. Numbers 14:39 - To whom do you listen? Recognize the strength of council from those who faithfully follow God. Listen to God or webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis week Mark shared 6 of his personal favorite devotions from his book Torah for Living Daily Prayers, Wisdom, and Guidance. Numbers 14:39 - To whom do you listen? Recognize the strength of council from those who faithfully follow God. Listen to God or to those who are faithful to God. Exodus 39:22-24 - God is in the details. Our detailed God has not forgotten about us. Genesis 38:7 - Nobody fools God. Let's be honest with God. Numbers 3:38- Who's guarding whom? God doesn't need our protection. Use deliberateness in approaching God. Genesis 7:24-8:1 - God is an action God. Pray For God to act in our lives. Deuteronomy 30:11-14 - The power of obedience. God's not playing hide and seek with us.  Listen to Mark teach in depth of these 6 powerful Old Testament passages. #LanierBibleStudy #biblical-literacy #love #God #peace #Lanier #Christian #biblestudyhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-8-devotionals-from-the-torah-8/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-8-devotionals-from-the-torah-8/audio.mp3

DLC08.0-The Lordship of Jesus
Mark Lanier


In Part 8 of the Devotionals in the Life of Christ series, Mark examines the phrase, "Jesus is Lord".  As Christians the idea of Jesus being Lord is one of the earliest sayings of the Church.  Join Mark as he takes a closer look at the vocabulary being used so as to better understand certain bible passages and the concepts behind them.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc08-0-the-lordship-of-jesus/
Sun, 09 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn Part 8 of the Devotionals in the Life of Christ series, Mark examines the phrase, "Jesus is Lord".  As Christians the idea of Jesus being Lord is one of the earliest sayings of the Church.  Join Mark as he takes a closer look at the vocabulary being uswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn Part 8 of the Devotionals in the Life of Christ series, Mark examines the phrase, "Jesus is Lord".  As Christians the idea of Jesus being Lord is one of the earliest sayings of the Church.  Join Mark as he takes a closer look at the vocabulary being used so as to better understand certain bible passages and the concepts behind them.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc08-0-the-lordship-of-jesus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc08-0-the-lordship-of-jesus/audio.mp3

DLC07.0-Jesus' Instructions on Prayer
Mark Lanier


Mark continues Devotions from the Life of Jesus #7. Today’s lesson placed us on the prayer road, specifically what Jesus said about prayer. The first passage was from Mark 1:35 Mark points out that Jesus spoke on His own authority. In a second devotion, we learn how Jesus modeled quiet time with the Father. After a busy day, Jesus rose early and went to a desolate place to pray. In Luke 7:40, we find three layers of discovery: Jesus engages us, the backstory, and faith's road.  Mark moved on to focusing on God in prayer and not ourselves.  Listen to Mark add depth to the Scriptures while pointing out the important signs along the prayer road with Jesus.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc07-0-jesus-instructions-on-prayer/
Sun, 26 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues Devotions from the Life of Jesus #7. Today’s lesson placed us on the prayer road, specifically what Jesus said about prayer. The first passage was from Mark 1:35 Mark points out that Jesus spoke on His own authority. In a second devotion, wwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues Devotions from the Life of Jesus #7. Today’s lesson placed us on the prayer road, specifically what Jesus said about prayer. The first passage was from Mark 1:35 Mark points out that Jesus spoke on His own authority. In a second devotion, we learn how Jesus modeled quiet time with the Father. After a busy day, Jesus rose early and went to a desolate place to pray. In Luke 7:40, we find three layers of discovery: Jesus engages us, the backstory, and faith's road.  Mark moved on to focusing on God in prayer and not ourselves.  Listen to Mark add depth to the Scriptures while pointing out the important signs along the prayer road with Jesus.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc07-0-jesus-instructions-on-prayer/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc07-0-jesus-instructions-on-prayer/audio.mp3

DLC06.0-Sermon on the Mount
Mark Lanier


Mark continues Devotionals from the Life of Christ using the Sermon on the Mount as a roadmap for living. Mark showed various stops based on the Scripture from Matthew 6. The first stop focuses on Jesus’ teachings about the Head and Heart, specifically the problem of the wandering heart. Where our heart is lies our treasure. The next stop on the road map was Jesus’ warning about what we see and the importance we place there. Mark’s next stop was Worry, and the dangers of not trusting God. The final stop was Persecution. Listen to Mark relay the incredible persecutions going on today against those who are believers
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc06-0-sermon-on-the-mount/
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues Devotionals from the Life of Christ using the Sermon on the Mount as a roadmap for living. Mark showed various stops based on the Scripture from Matthew 6. The first stop focuses on Jesus’ teachings about the Head and Heart, specifically thwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues Devotionals from the Life of Christ using the Sermon on the Mount as a roadmap for living. Mark showed various stops based on the Scripture from Matthew 6. The first stop focuses on Jesus’ teachings about the Head and Heart, specifically the problem of the wandering heart. Where our heart is lies our treasure. The next stop on the road map was Jesus’ warning about what we see and the importance we place there. Mark’s next stop was Worry, and the dangers of not trusting God. The final stop was Persecution. Listen to Mark relay the incredible persecutions going on today against those who are believershttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc06-0-sermon-on-the-mount/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc06-0-sermon-on-the-mount/audio.mp3

DLC05.0-Jesus is the Light and Life
Mark Lanier


This week Mark continues with Part 5 of Devotionals from the Life of Christ in the Book of John. In John 1:4-5, we're told that in Christ there is life, and that life is a light for all mankind. Listen as Mark discusses that the natural structure of light is to shine, and overcome darkness. When we have darkness in box or a closed room, it can't stay that way once it encounters light. We are encouraged to seek His light more than anything in the world.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc05-0-jesus-is-the-light-and-life/
Sun, 12 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis week Mark continues with Part 5 of Devotionals from the Life of Christ in the Book of John. In John 1:4-5, we're told that in Christ there is life, and that life is a light for all mankind. Listen as Mark discusses that the natural structure of lightwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis week Mark continues with Part 5 of Devotionals from the Life of Christ in the Book of John. In John 1:4-5, we're told that in Christ there is life, and that life is a light for all mankind. Listen as Mark discusses that the natural structure of light is to shine, and overcome darkness. When we have darkness in box or a closed room, it can't stay that way once it encounters light. We are encouraged to seek His light more than anything in the world. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc05-0-jesus-is-the-light-and-life/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc05-0-jesus-is-the-light-and-life/audio.mp3

DLC04.0-Jesus is Faithful
Mark Lanier


Mark continues with Part 4 of Devotionals fromcthe Life of Christ. Mark discusses the message of "truth as it appears in the gospels; specifically in the Book of John, where it appears twenty-five times. Truth, originally in the Hebrew, means "faithfulness", and as it was translated into the Greek it became "truth", also meaning "upright or "not false".
We see that Jesus is the faithfulness, the promise God kept, which was introduced first in the Law with Moses. While the law is how we relate to God, God shows his grace and truth to us through Jesus Christ. Listen as Mark examines several passages in John where Jesus discusses truth.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc04-0-jesus-is-faithful/
Sun, 22 Jul 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with Part 4 of Devotionals fromcthe Life of Christ. Mark discusses the message of "truth as it appears in the gospels; specifically in the Book of John, where it appears twenty-five times. Truth, originally in the Hebrew, means "faithfulneswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with Part 4 of Devotionals fromcthe Life of Christ. Mark discusses the message of "truth as it appears in the gospels; specifically in the Book of John, where it appears twenty-five times. Truth, originally in the Hebrew, means "faithfulness", and as it was translated into the Greek it became "truth", also meaning "upright or "not false". We see that Jesus is the faithfulness, the promise God kept, which was introduced first in the Law with Moses. While the law is how we relate to God, God shows his grace and truth to us through Jesus Christ. Listen as Mark examines several passages in John where Jesus discusses truth.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc04-0-jesus-is-faithful/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc04-0-jesus-is-faithful/audio.mp3

DLC03.0-Devotionals from the Life of Christ
Mark Lanier


Mark continues Devotionals from the Life of Christ series. This week Mark focuses on Jesus as a teacher. He began with "Don't get it Backwards" based on John 13:13-14. Jesus is Lord and teacher, not teacher then Lord.
Devotional 2 is from Matthew 22:15-18 "Don't Fake Flatter God!" Mark teaches additional devotions that show us to listen and learn from Jesus as recorded in Mark 12:28-32, Luke 7:40, and Matthew 10:35.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc03-0-devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/
Sun, 01 Jul 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues Devotionals from the Life of Christ series. This week Mark focuses on Jesus as a teacher. He began with "Don't get it Backwards" based on John 13:13-14. Jesus is Lord and teacher, not teacher then Lord. Devotional 2 is from Matthew 22:15-18webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues Devotionals from the Life of Christ series. This week Mark focuses on Jesus as a teacher. He began with "Don't get it Backwards" based on John 13:13-14. Jesus is Lord and teacher, not teacher then Lord. Devotional 2 is from Matthew 22:15-18 "Don't Fake Flatter God!" Mark teaches additional devotions that show us to listen and learn from Jesus as recorded in Mark 12:28-32, Luke 7:40, and Matthew 10:35.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc03-0-devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc03-0-devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/audio.mp3

DLC02.0-Jesus Reveals God
Mark Lanier


Mark continued with Part 2 of Devotionals from the Life of Jesus in today's lesson: How Jesus Reveals God. Jesus is the reflection of God and brings God into focus for all people. A Christian's daily goal is "to see God more clearly, love Him more dearly, and follow Him more nearly.” This week’s focus is from Matthew 5 and how Jesus shows us God through the Sermon on the Mount. Listen to Mark teach more about Jesus revealing God throughout the New Testament: the God of comfort, righteousness, attentiveness, fulfillment, motive-searching, and listening.  

 
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc02-0-jesus-reveals-god/
Sun, 17 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with Part 2 of Devotionals from the Life of Jesus in today's lesson: How Jesus Reveals God. Jesus is the reflection of God and brings God into focus for all people. A Christian's daily goal is "to see God more clearly, love Him more dearly,webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with Part 2 of Devotionals from the Life of Jesus in today's lesson: How Jesus Reveals God. Jesus is the reflection of God and brings God into focus for all people. A Christian's daily goal is "to see God more clearly, love Him more dearly, and follow Him more nearly.” This week’s focus is from Matthew 5 and how Jesus shows us God through the Sermon on the Mount. Listen to Mark teach more about Jesus revealing God throughout the New Testament: the God of comfort, righteousness, attentiveness, fulfillment, motive-searching, and listening.    https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc02-0-jesus-reveals-god/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc02-0-jesus-reveals-god/audio.mp3

DLC01.0-Jesus Shows Us God the Father
Mark Lanier


Mark shared Devotions from the life of Jesus with an emphasis on how Jesus shows us God the Father in the New Testament, a reciprocal of the Old Testament Scripture that points to Jesus. Mark read from John 5:39: You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness about me. John 12:44 also reveals God through Jesus. Some of the devotions focused on the Beatitudes from Matthew 5. Listen to Mark offer insights for living a godly life by seeking God through the study of and praying thru His Word.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc01-0-jesus-shows-us-god-the-father/
Sun, 10 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark shared Devotions from the life of Jesus with an emphasis on how Jesus shows us God the Father in the New Testament, a reciprocal of the Old Testament Scripture that points to Jesus. Mark read from John 5:39: You search the Scriptures because you thinwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark shared Devotions from the life of Jesus with an emphasis on how Jesus shows us God the Father in the New Testament, a reciprocal of the Old Testament Scripture that points to Jesus. Mark read from John 5:39: You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness about me. John 12:44 also reveals God through Jesus. Some of the devotions focused on the Beatitudes from Matthew 5. Listen to Mark offer insights for living a godly life by seeking God through the study of and praying thru His Word.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc01-0-jesus-shows-us-god-the-father/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-life-of-christ/dlc01-0-jesus-shows-us-god-the-father/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 16 - Worship
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-16-worship/
Sun, 03 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-16-worship/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-16-worship/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 15 - Isaiah 6
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-15-isaiah-6/
Sun, 27 May 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-15-isaiah-6/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-15-isaiah-6/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 14 - Elijah
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-14-elijah/
Sun, 20 May 2018 00:00:00 +0000

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The Long and Winding Road Lesson 13 - The Temple Part 2
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-13-the-temple-part-2/
Sun, 13 May 2018 00:00:00 +0000

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The Long and Winding Road Lesson 12 - The Temple Part 1
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-12-the-temple-part-1/
Sun, 06 May 2018 00:00:00 +0000

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The Long and Winding Road Lesson 11- Ruth 04/29/2018
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-11-ruth-04-29-2018/
Sun, 29 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0000

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The The Long and Winding Road Lesson 10 - Jesus The Good Shepherd
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-10-jesus-the-good-shepherd/
Sun, 22 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0000

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DFT 7 - Devotionals from the Torah 7
Mark Lanier



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lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-7-devotionals-from-the-torah-7/
Sun, 08 Apr 2018 00:00:00 +0000

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DFT 6 - Devotionals from the Torah 6
Mark Lanier


Mark ended his Torah devotions lessons including a focus on Psalm 119: 97  "Oh how I love your law. It is my mediation all the day.” and asking the question - Why did God give the law?  1. Society needed it. 2. Express God in theology 3. Die under the weight of the law and see Jesus our Savior. Our God requires perfection. Listen to Mark teach how we are in need of a Savior as he expands on three final devotions from Deuteronomy.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-6-devotionals-from-the-torah-6/
Sun, 25 Mar 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark ended his Torah devotions lessons including a focus on Psalm 119: 97  "Oh how I love your law. It is my mediation all the day.” and asking the question - Why did God give the law?  1. Society needed it. 2. Express God in theology 3. Die under the weiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark ended his Torah devotions lessons including a focus on Psalm 119: 97  "Oh how I love your law. It is my mediation all the day.” and asking the question - Why did God give the law?  1. Society needed it. 2. Express God in theology 3. Die under the weight of the law and see Jesus our Savior. Our God requires perfection. Listen to Mark teach how we are in need of a Savior as he expands on three final devotions from Deuteronomy.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-6-devotionals-from-the-torah-6/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-6-devotionals-from-the-torah-6/audio.mp3

DFT 5 - Devotionals from the Torah 5
Mark Lanier


Mark focused his class on the subject matter of his upcoming Torah devotional book. Mark’s devotional follows the plan many Jewish people use when reading the Torah. Psalms: looking to have our soul revived. The assurance of the psalms that the Law will make us wise. Inspired by God.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/I1qoV7Xzu0M/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-5-devotionals-from-the-torah-5/
Sun, 18 Mar 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark focused his class on the subject matter of his upcoming Torah devotional book. Mark’s devotional follows the plan many Jewish people use when reading the Torah. Psalms: looking to have our soul revived. The assurance of the psalms that the Law will mwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark focused his class on the subject matter of his upcoming Torah devotional book. Mark’s devotional follows the plan many Jewish people use when reading the Torah. Psalms: looking to have our soul revived. The assurance of the psalms that the Law will make us wise. Inspired by God.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-5-devotionals-from-the-torah-5/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-5-devotionals-from-the-torah-5/audio.mp3

Colossians - week 6
W. Mark Lanier


Mark wrapped up the church-wide Multiply study of Colossians by focusing on Colossians 4:2-3. How do you pray? Paul says to continue steadfastly. . . . Mark referred to the Greek, noting that “steadfastly" translated as "close at hand or ready or devote to.” Paul uses 2nd person, present imperative to show prayer is now. Be alert in your prayer and do so with thanksgiving. What do you pray for? How are your prayers directed? Listen to Mark teach us what Paul meant as to how we are to pray, and where we should be spiritually.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/qlx9tA_P41g/

lessons/colossians/colossians-week-6/
Sun, 04 Mar 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark wrapped up the church-wide Multiply study of Colossians by focusing on Colossians 4:2-3. How do you pray? Paul says to continue steadfastly. . . . Mark referred to the Greek, noting that “steadfastly" translated as "close at hand or ready or devote twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark wrapped up the church-wide Multiply study of Colossians by focusing on Colossians 4:2-3. How do you pray? Paul says to continue steadfastly. . . . Mark referred to the Greek, noting that “steadfastly" translated as "close at hand or ready or devote to.” Paul uses 2nd person, present imperative to show prayer is now. Be alert in your prayer and do so with thanksgiving. What do you pray for? How are your prayers directed? Listen to Mark teach us what Paul meant as to how we are to pray, and where we should be spiritually.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-6/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-6/audio.mp3

Colossians - Week 5
W. Mark Lanier


Mark finished Lesson 5 of the church-wide study of Colossians. His teachings of chapter 4 show us how to live and engage in the world then and now by making the most of our opportunities to live for Christ.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/chkkZaQuNfk/

lessons/colossians/colossians-week-5/
Sun, 25 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark finished Lesson 5 of the church-wide study of Colossians. His teachings of chapter 4 show us how to live and engage in the world then and now by making the most of our opportunities to live for Christ.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark finished Lesson 5 of the church-wide study of Colossians. His teachings of chapter 4 show us how to live and engage in the world then and now by making the most of our opportunities to live for Christ.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-5/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-5/audio.mp3

Colossians - Week 4
Brent Johnson


Brent continued with Lesson 4 in the Church Wide focus on Multiply. This week in Colossians 3, the Apostle Paul taught believers to seek the things above. Brent continues with encouragement for all believers to seek accountability, choose love, and to model Christ. Listen to Brent use Colossians 3 as a framework for our walk with Christ.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/NRcKIgXgCGE/

lessons/colossians/colossians-week-4/
Sun, 18 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBrent continued with Lesson 4 in the Church Wide focus on Multiply. This week in Colossians 3, the Apostle Paul taught believers to seek the things above. Brent continues with encouragement for all believers to seek accountability, choose love, and to modwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBrent continued with Lesson 4 in the Church Wide focus on Multiply. This week in Colossians 3, the Apostle Paul taught believers to seek the things above. Brent continues with encouragement for all believers to seek accountability, choose love, and to model Christ. Listen to Brent use Colossians 3 as a framework for our walk with Christ.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-4/audio.mp3

Colossians - Week 3
W. Mark Lanier


Mark continues with church-wide focus on a study of Colossians and asks three questions: 1) What satisfies your heart and mind? 2) Where do you source joy? 3) Where do you find life’s answers? The Apostle Paul desires the people to know that God redeemed all those who believed in the saving power of Jesus and the cross. Hear Mark share how falsehoods handcuff us and rob our joy. That we must look only to Jesus Christ who sets us free and how we can strengthen our relationship with Jesus…and watch the effects multiply! 

 
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lessons/colossians/colossians-week-3/
Sun, 11 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with church-wide focus on a study of Colossians and asks three questions: 1) What satisfies your heart and mind? 2) Where do you source joy? 3) Where do you find life’s answers? The Apostle Paul desires the people to know that God redeemed webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with church-wide focus on a study of Colossians and asks three questions: 1) What satisfies your heart and mind? 2) Where do you source joy? 3) Where do you find life’s answers? The Apostle Paul desires the people to know that God redeemed all those who believed in the saving power of Jesus and the cross. Hear Mark share how falsehoods handcuff us and rob our joy. That we must look only to Jesus Christ who sets us free and how we can strengthen our relationship with Jesus…and watch the effects multiply!   https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-3/audio.mp3

Colossians - Week 2
W. Mark Lanier


Mark continued with session 2 in the church-wide Multiply study of Colossians. Today’s focus was Colossians 1:15-29. How should we study an epistle? Mark teaches four steps:  1. Read the entire epistle in one setting. 2. Make notes of ideas, issues or questions that come to mind. 3. Go back and study in sections. 4. Apply to life.  Listen for additional tips to ‘dig’ deeper in your study.  As an example, Mark went thru the process for a section in Colossians 1:15-23 and focused on study of image/representation/icon with multiple references to visible & invisible as well as dissecting the use of the term firstborn or prototokos in Greek concluding if we want to see God, see Jesus - the all sufficient Christ! 
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/hIHPp6TDTOA/

lessons/colossians/colossians-week-2/
Sun, 04 Feb 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with session 2 in the church-wide Multiply study of Colossians. Today’s focus was Colossians 1:15-29. How should we study an epistle? Mark teaches four steps:  1. Read the entire epistle in one setting. 2. Make notes of ideas, issues or quewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with session 2 in the church-wide Multiply study of Colossians. Today’s focus was Colossians 1:15-29. How should we study an epistle? Mark teaches four steps:  1. Read the entire epistle in one setting. 2. Make notes of ideas, issues or questions that come to mind. 3. Go back and study in sections. 4. Apply to life.  Listen for additional tips to ‘dig’ deeper in your study.  As an example, Mark went thru the process for a section in Colossians 1:15-23 and focused on study of image/representation/icon with multiple references to visible & invisible as well as dissecting the use of the term firstborn or prototokos in Greek concluding if we want to see God, see Jesus - the all sufficient Christ! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-2/audio.mp3

Colossians - Week 1
W. Mark Lanier


Mark begins a new series “Colossians” with an introduction anthropological perspective of the Colossians. Describing the lifestyle and the cultural issues leading up to the “occasion” letter addressing heresy. Serious bouts of false teachings threaten the Colossians church. Mark dives deeper giving us a detail perspective of Paul’s “occasion” letter to the Colossians. Paul’s letter is about correcting the false teaching circulating the Colossians.  After Mark gives us insight into the issues the Colossians were facing he points out how Paul admonishing the Colossians with love.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/KUJf21kVXX0/

lessons/colossians/colossians-week-1/
Sun, 28 Jan 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark begins a new series “Colossians” with an introduction anthropological perspective of the Colossians. Describing the lifestyle and the cultural issues leading up to the “occasion” letter addressing heresy. Serious bouts of false teachings threaten thewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark begins a new series “Colossians” with an introduction anthropological perspective of the Colossians. Describing the lifestyle and the cultural issues leading up to the “occasion” letter addressing heresy. Serious bouts of false teachings threaten the Colossians church. Mark dives deeper giving us a detail perspective of Paul’s “occasion” letter to the Colossians. Paul’s letter is about correcting the false teaching circulating the Colossians.  After Mark gives us insight into the issues the Colossians were facing he points out how Paul admonishing the Colossians with love.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/colossians/colossians-week-1/audio.mp3

DFT 4 - Devotionals from the Torah 4
Mark Lanier



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lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-4-devotionals-from-the-torah-4/
Sun, 21 Jan 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-4-devotionals-from-the-torah-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-4-devotionals-from-the-torah-4/audio.mp3

DFT 3 - Devotionals from the Torah 3
Mark Lanier


1-7-18 Mark began the new year with some Torah Devotionals from the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. He showed how Psalm 96:1-2 and Psalm 119:97 show the love of the Hebrew people for the Torah or law. Mark shared devotions based on these passages: Genesis 1:1-2  May God fill and fill this Year; Genesis 7:24-8:1 God is an action God. Exodus 35:5, 21 Everything belongs to God; and Exodus 35:30-33 God has called you by name. Listen to Mark share why we should meditate daily on teachings from the Torah.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/qPhYotENI2U/

lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-3-devotionals-from-the-torah-3/
Sun, 07 Jan 2018 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno1-7-18 Mark began the new year with some Torah Devotionals from the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. He showed how Psalm 96:1-2 and Psalm 119:97 show the love of the Hebrew people for the Torah or law. Mark sharwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com1-7-18 Mark began the new year with some Torah Devotionals from the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. He showed how Psalm 96:1-2 and Psalm 119:97 show the love of the Hebrew people for the Torah or law. Mark shared devotions based on these passages: Genesis 1:1-2  May God fill and fill this Year; Genesis 7:24-8:1 God is an action God. Exodus 35:5, 21 Everything belongs to God; and Exodus 35:30-33 God has called you by name. Listen to Mark share why we should meditate daily on teachings from the Torah.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-3-devotionals-from-the-torah-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-3-devotionals-from-the-torah-3/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 9 - Christmas Edition 12/172017
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-9-christmas-edition-12-172017/
Sun, 17 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-9-christmas-edition-12-172017/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-9-christmas-edition-12-172017/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 8 - Moses and the Exodus Part 3 12/03/2017
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-8-moses-and-the-exodus-part-3-12-03-2017/
Sun, 03 Dec 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-8-moses-and-the-exodus-part-3-12-03-2017/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-8-moses-and-the-exodus-part-3-12-03-2017/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 7 Moses and The Exodus, Part 2
Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/YXKk2Rav6kc/

lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-7-moses-and-the-exodus-part-2/
Sun, 26 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-7-moses-and-the-exodus-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-7-moses-and-the-exodus-part-2/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 6 - Moses and The Exodus Part 1
Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/VBgZWxuF9fQ/

lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-6-moses-and-the-exodus-part-1/
Sun, 05 Nov 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-6-moses-and-the-exodus-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-6-moses-and-the-exodus-part-1/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 5 - Jacob
Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-5-jacob/
Sun, 29 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-5-jacob/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-5-jacob/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 4 - Abraham, Part 2
Mark Lanier


This is the second part of the Abraham story which includes the potential sacrificing of Isaac.

Do you know the import of Isaac as the lamb to be placed on the altar and Jesus?
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/PuMKJgzQMLo/

lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-4-abraham-part-2/
Sun, 22 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis is the second part of the Abraham story which includes the potential sacrificing of Isaac. Do you know the import of Isaac as the lamb to be placed on the altar and Jesus?webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis is the second part of the Abraham story which includes the potential sacrificing of Isaac. Do you know the import of Isaac as the lamb to be placed on the altar and Jesus?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-4-abraham-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-4-abraham-part-2/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 3 - Abraham Part 1
Mark Lanier


This video is about Abraham and is a part 1. This also continues the “Long and Winding Road” series.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/kLinJOxRXrA/

lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-3-abraham-part-1/
Sun, 15 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis video is about Abraham and is a part 1. This also continues the “Long and Winding Road” series.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis video is about Abraham and is a part 1. This also continues the “Long and Winding Road” series.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-3-abraham-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-3-abraham-part-1/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 2 - The Floods: Judgement and Salvation
Mark Lanier


This lesson continues the Long and Winding Road series and investigates the flood and Noah as a comparison to Judgement and Salvation.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/PdhnYZrjito/

lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-2-the-floods-judgement-and-salvation/
Sun, 08 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson continues the Long and Winding Road series and investigates the flood and Noah as a comparison to Judgement and Salvation.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson continues the Long and Winding Road series and investigates the flood and Noah as a comparison to Judgement and Salvation.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-2-the-floods-judgement-and-salvation/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-2-the-floods-judgement-and-salvation/audio.mp3

The Long and Winding Road Lesson 1 - the Setting
Mark Lanier


Mark introduces the series with this first glimpse of Jesus in the Old Testament. Starting with Genesis, we get a look at the how the creation story, Adam and Eve, and Satan, point to the coming Messiah.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/PvTx2X7tDyk/

lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-1-the-setting/
Sun, 01 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark introduces the series with this first glimpse of Jesus in the Old Testament. Starting with Genesis, we get a look at the how the creation story, Adam and Eve, and Satan, point to the coming Messiah. webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark introduces the series with this first glimpse of Jesus in the Old Testament. Starting with Genesis, we get a look at the how the creation story, Adam and Eve, and Satan, point to the coming Messiah. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-1-the-setting/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-long-and-winding-road-the-old-testament-leads-to-jesus/the-long-and-winding-road-lesson-1-the-setting/audio.mp3

SE- Dr. Tremper Longman Interview
W. Mark Lanier and Dr. Tremper Longman


Mark Lanier interviewed Dr. Tremper Longman, one of the world’s authorities on the Old Testament, and honed in on questions about the Old Testament image of God as a “warrior God” who instructs Israel to slaughter large groups of people. This is an important dialogue as it is a challenging part of understanding God and His character. It seems at odds with the God we see in Jesus.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/50yT-JP71ZM/

lessons/special-events/se-dr-tremper-longman-interview/
Sun, 17 Sep 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark Lanier interviewed Dr. Tremper Longman, one of the world’s authorities on the Old Testament, and honed in on questions about the Old Testament image of God as a “warrior God” who instructs Israel to slaughter large groups of people. This is an importwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark Lanier interviewed Dr. Tremper Longman, one of the world’s authorities on the Old Testament, and honed in on questions about the Old Testament image of God as a “warrior God” who instructs Israel to slaughter large groups of people. This is an important dialogue as it is a challenging part of understanding God and His character. It seems at odds with the God we see in Jesus.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-dr-tremper-longman-interview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-dr-tremper-longman-interview/audio.mp3

PLCS 10.3 Paul's Motivation: Jesus
W. Mark Lanier


This week Mark taught the last lesson in the series: Paul, a Legal Case Study. Mark reviewed the several week study of how he would have prepared a case to defend the Apostle Paul. Today’s class focused on Paul’s motivation as his higher calling. He was progressive in his views of women, slaves, culture, and social status. His imprisonment provided an opportunity to proclaim the truth about Jesus to the high rulers of Rome. For Jesus, Paul willingly stepped into death’s gate. Listen to Mark explain the political turmoil in Rome during this time and the positions of key players.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/67Iw7qh-vXA/

lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-3-pauls-motivation-jesus/
Sun, 10 Sep 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis week Mark taught the last lesson in the series: Paul, a Legal Case Study. Mark reviewed the several week study of how he would have prepared a case to defend the Apostle Paul. Today’s class focused on Paul’s motivation as his higher calling. He was pwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis week Mark taught the last lesson in the series: Paul, a Legal Case Study. Mark reviewed the several week study of how he would have prepared a case to defend the Apostle Paul. Today’s class focused on Paul’s motivation as his higher calling. He was progressive in his views of women, slaves, culture, and social status. His imprisonment provided an opportunity to proclaim the truth about Jesus to the high rulers of Rome. For Jesus, Paul willingly stepped into death’s gate. Listen to Mark explain the political turmoil in Rome during this time and the positions of key players.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-3-pauls-motivation-jesus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-3-pauls-motivation-jesus/audio.mp3

PLCS 10.2 Paul's Motivation: Higher Calling
W. Mark Lanier


Mark focused this week’s class on what motivated Paul. He had a higher calling to talk to high Roman rulers about Jesus as the Messiah. Paul spoke to the epicureans, who were materialists and believed truth came only from reasoning. They also claimed no afterlife. Happiness was life's goal, to be free from pain and fear. Paul also spoke to the stoics, who believed in one God without shape. Their philosophy was God doesn't care about us and is non emotional, and so their ideology was to avoid emotions. The epicurean and stoics believed the purpose of life was achieving happiness through moderate expectations. Listen to Mark teach about how Paul professed a higher calling than being happy
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-2-pauls-motivation-higher-calling/
Sun, 03 Sep 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark focused this week’s class on what motivated Paul. He had a higher calling to talk to high Roman rulers about Jesus as the Messiah. Paul spoke to the epicureans, who were materialists and believed truth came only from reasoning. They also claimed no awebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark focused this week’s class on what motivated Paul. He had a higher calling to talk to high Roman rulers about Jesus as the Messiah. Paul spoke to the epicureans, who were materialists and believed truth came only from reasoning. They also claimed no afterlife. Happiness was life's goal, to be free from pain and fear. Paul also spoke to the stoics, who believed in one God without shape. Their philosophy was God doesn't care about us and is non emotional, and so their ideology was to avoid emotions. The epicurean and stoics believed the purpose of life was achieving happiness through moderate expectations. Listen to Mark teach about how Paul professed a higher calling than being happyhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-2-pauls-motivation-higher-calling/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-2-pauls-motivation-higher-calling/audio.mp3

PLCS 10.1 - Paul: A Legal Case Study - Paul's Motivation
W. Mark Lanier


As an attorney when Mark Lanier takes on new clients he has to ask a question: “What do you want”? For most people the driving motivation is selfish intent. It could be for freedom, fame, or fortune… but this wasn't the case with Paul. Together, let’s discover Paul's true motivation.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-1-paul-a-legal-case-study-pauls-motivation/
Sun, 20 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoAs an attorney when Mark Lanier takes on new clients he has to ask a question: “What do you want”? For most people the driving motivation is selfish intent. It could be for freedom, fame, or fortune… but this wasn't the case with Paul. Together, let’s diswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comAs an attorney when Mark Lanier takes on new clients he has to ask a question: “What do you want”? For most people the driving motivation is selfish intent. It could be for freedom, fame, or fortune… but this wasn't the case with Paul. Together, let’s discover Paul's true motivation.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-1-paul-a-legal-case-study-pauls-motivation/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-10-1-paul-a-legal-case-study-pauls-motivation/audio.mp3

DFT 2- Devotionals from the Torah 2
Mark Lanier


Mark taught Round Two of why he’s writing devotions based on the Torah, the first five books of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). He began with a review from the previous week showing how the Tanakh is divided into three divisions. He then moved on to share devotions from Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Listen to Mark teach from Genesis about Jacob’s journey to God beginning with the deception of his birthright, flight to safety, wrestling with God, and God giving him a new name of Israel. But God never tells Jacob His name. God is God, and that’s enough. Listen to Mark as he shares what God has stirred up in him while writing the Torah devotions.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-2-devotionals-from-the-torah-2/
Sun, 13 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark taught Round Two of why he’s writing devotions based on the Torah, the first five books of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). He began with a review from the previous week showing how the Tanakh is divided into three divisions. He then moved on to share devowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark taught Round Two of why he’s writing devotions based on the Torah, the first five books of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). He began with a review from the previous week showing how the Tanakh is divided into three divisions. He then moved on to share devotions from Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Listen to Mark teach from Genesis about Jacob’s journey to God beginning with the deception of his birthright, flight to safety, wrestling with God, and God giving him a new name of Israel. But God never tells Jacob His name. God is God, and that’s enough. Listen to Mark as he shares what God has stirred up in him while writing the Torah devotions.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-2-devotionals-from-the-torah-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-2-devotionals-from-the-torah-2/audio.mp3

PLCS 9.1- Paul and the Nazarenes
W. Mark Lanier


Mark continued with “Paul, a Legal Case Study” as though he were representing the Apostle Paul. Mark focused on the historical context of Paul's case. During this time, Roman law stated that a defendant must be informed of the crimes he or she is being tried. In Acts 24:9, we read Tertullus charged Paul before the governor Felix of: stirring up riots around the world, being a ringleader of the Nazarenes, and trying to profane the temple. Listen as Mark references Josephus’ writings and explains the history and political climate surrounding how Felix became governor and how Tertullus used that knowledge in an attempt to persuade Felix that his claims about Paul were accurate.  
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-9-1-paul-and-the-nazarenes/
Sun, 06 Aug 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued with “Paul, a Legal Case Study” as though he were representing the Apostle Paul. Mark focused on the historical context of Paul's case. During this time, Roman law stated that a defendant must be informed of the crimes he or she is being trwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued with “Paul, a Legal Case Study” as though he were representing the Apostle Paul. Mark focused on the historical context of Paul's case. During this time, Roman law stated that a defendant must be informed of the crimes he or she is being tried. In Acts 24:9, we read Tertullus charged Paul before the governor Felix of: stirring up riots around the world, being a ringleader of the Nazarenes, and trying to profane the temple. Listen as Mark references Josephus’ writings and explains the history and political climate surrounding how Felix became governor and how Tertullus used that knowledge in an attempt to persuade Felix that his claims about Paul were accurate.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-9-1-paul-and-the-nazarenes/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-9-1-paul-and-the-nazarenes/audio.mp3

SE- Biblical Literacy Philosophy of Ministry and Missions
Missional Class



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lessons/special-events/se-biblical-literacy-philosophy-of-ministry-and-missions/
Sun, 30 Jul 2017 00:00:00 +0000

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DFT 1 - Devotionals from the Torah 1
Mark Lanier


Mark took a break from his series "Paul, a Legal Case Study," to discuss devotions from the Jewish Bible. TaNaKh is the Hebrew word for Old Testament. Each letter stand for a section of Scripture: Torah (the Law), Nevi’im (the Prophets), and Ketuvi (the Writings) Listen to Mark share a few devotionals planned for an upcoming book of devotions that will correspond to the yearly reading of the Torah.
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lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-1-devotionals-from-the-torah-1/
Sun, 23 Jul 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Mark took a break from his series "Paul, a Legal Case Study," to discuss devotions from the Jewish Bible. TaNaKh is the Hebrew word for Old Testament. Each letter stand for a section of Scripture: Torah (the Law), Nevi’im (the Prophets), and Ketuvi (the webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Mark took a break from his series "Paul, a Legal Case Study," to discuss devotions from the Jewish Bible. TaNaKh is the Hebrew word for Old Testament. Each letter stand for a section of Scripture: Torah (the Law), Nevi’im (the Prophets), and Ketuvi (the Writings) Listen to Mark share a few devotionals planned for an upcoming book of devotions that will correspond to the yearly reading of the Torah. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-1-devotionals-from-the-torah-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/devotionals-from-the-torah/dft-1-devotionals-from-the-torah-1/audio.mp3

PLCS 8.1- Paul in Ephesus
W. Mark Lanier


Today Mark taught about the charges brought against the Apostle Paul. At the time of Paul, a Roman trial had a stage of clarifying and documenting the charges to be proven or disproven called - “the formula". In Acts 24, we see Paul was charged with three crimes: 1) stirring up riots, 2) being a ringleader of the Nazarene sect, and 3) trying to profane the temple. Listen to Mark focus and disprove the first of the three charges which allegedly happened on his third missionary trip where he spent considerable time in Ephesus ministering to the Jews and Greeks.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-8-1-paul-in-ephesus/
Sun, 16 Jul 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoToday Mark taught about the charges brought against the Apostle Paul. At the time of Paul, a Roman trial had a stage of clarifying and documenting the charges to be proven or disproven called - “the formula". In Acts 24, we see Paul was charged with threewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comToday Mark taught about the charges brought against the Apostle Paul. At the time of Paul, a Roman trial had a stage of clarifying and documenting the charges to be proven or disproven called - “the formula". In Acts 24, we see Paul was charged with three crimes: 1) stirring up riots, 2) being a ringleader of the Nazarene sect, and 3) trying to profane the temple. Listen to Mark focus and disprove the first of the three charges which allegedly happened on his third missionary trip where he spent considerable time in Ephesus ministering to the Jews and Greeks.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-8-1-paul-in-ephesus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-8-1-paul-in-ephesus/audio.mp3

SE- Paul in Athens, Acts 17
Scott Riling


Learn what Paul’s message, as noted in Acts 17, meant to the Athenians, especially the Stoics and Epicureans. Although technologies may have changed over the years, ideas haven’t so much. Paul made three main points…1. God created the world, 2. God created man and man needs God, & 3. Man’s attempts to represent God with idols is foolishness. Paul goes on to quote from their own poets, being a master of communicating within the current context of his audience. Listen to Scott Riling share how God has given the ministry of reconciliation to all believers and be encouraged and confident in what you believe so you can share the truth with others person to person, as Paul did.
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lessons/special-events/se-paul-in-athens-acts-17/
Sun, 09 Jul 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoLearn what Paul’s message, as noted in Acts 17, meant to the Athenians, especially the Stoics and Epicureans. Although technologies may have changed over the years, ideas haven’t so much. Paul made three main points…1. God created the world, 2. God createwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comLearn what Paul’s message, as noted in Acts 17, meant to the Athenians, especially the Stoics and Epicureans. Although technologies may have changed over the years, ideas haven’t so much. Paul made three main points…1. God created the world, 2. God created man and man needs God, & 3. Man’s attempts to represent God with idols is foolishness. Paul goes on to quote from their own poets, being a master of communicating within the current context of his audience. Listen to Scott Riling share how God has given the ministry of reconciliation to all believers and be encouraged and confident in what you believe so you can share the truth with others person to person, as Paul did.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-paul-in-athens-acts-17/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-paul-in-athens-acts-17/audio.mp3

PLCS 7.1- Can I Get a Witnesses? Authentic
W. Mark Lanier


Mark introduced Rabbi Michael Vowell, a Messianic Jew, during today’s class. Michael gave his journey to Yeshua from a drug-dealing teen to an ultimate acceptance of Yeshua’s sacrifice for our sins. Michael shared insight and application from the Old Testament to the Christian perspective. Mark then continued sharing about the credibility of and authenticity of his line-up of witnesses (Ananias, Barnabas, John Mark & Peter) as he prepares to represent Paul in his upcoming trial.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-7-1-can-i-get-a-witnesses-authentic/
Sun, 25 Jun 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark introduced Rabbi Michael Vowell, a Messianic Jew, during today’s class. Michael gave his journey to Yeshua from a drug-dealing teen to an ultimate acceptance of Yeshua’s sacrifice for our sins. Michael shared insight and application from the Old Testwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark introduced Rabbi Michael Vowell, a Messianic Jew, during today’s class. Michael gave his journey to Yeshua from a drug-dealing teen to an ultimate acceptance of Yeshua’s sacrifice for our sins. Michael shared insight and application from the Old Testament to the Christian perspective. Mark then continued sharing about the credibility of and authenticity of his line-up of witnesses (Ananias, Barnabas, John Mark & Peter) as he prepares to represent Paul in his upcoming trial.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-7-1-can-i-get-a-witnesses-authentic/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-7-1-can-i-get-a-witnesses-authentic/audio.mp3

PLCS 6.2- Can I Get a Witnesses? (Barnabas)
W. Mark Lanier


Mark expands on how he'd have had Barnabas as a witness on Paul’s behalf. Barnabas knew first-hand that Synagogues were a place of learning, usually located near a body of water. Barnabas could share how Sabbath services functioned with Paul giving lectures proclaiming the good news to the Jews and those who feared God. Listen to how Mark would have Barnabas share the good and bad situations as noted in Acts 14, and how God equipped them to remain on mission, just as He does today in our lives.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-6-2-can-i-get-a-witnesses-barnabas/
Sun, 18 Jun 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark expands on how he'd have had Barnabas as a witness on Paul’s behalf. Barnabas knew first-hand that Synagogues were a place of learning, usually located near a body of water. Barnabas could share how Sabbath services functioned with Paul giving lecturwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark expands on how he'd have had Barnabas as a witness on Paul’s behalf. Barnabas knew first-hand that Synagogues were a place of learning, usually located near a body of water. Barnabas could share how Sabbath services functioned with Paul giving lectures proclaiming the good news to the Jews and those who feared God. Listen to how Mark would have Barnabas share the good and bad situations as noted in Acts 14, and how God equipped them to remain on mission, just as He does today in our lives.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-6-2-can-i-get-a-witnesses-barnabas/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-6-2-can-i-get-a-witnesses-barnabas/audio.mp3

PLCS 6.1- Can I Get a Witnesses?
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-6-1-can-i-get-a-witnesses/
Sun, 11 Jun 2017 00:00:00 +0000

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PLCS 5.1- Paul's Occupation
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-5-1-pauls-occupation/
Sun, 28 May 2017 00:00:00 +0000

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PLCS 4- Is Paul Legitimate or a Lunatic?
W. Mark Lanier


Mark continues his discussion "In defense of Paul" Is Paul legit or lunatic? What changed him? What made the Damascus experience unique, and why was he willing to suffer for the Gospel? Listen to Mark’s insightful accounting of Paul’s behavior before and after he traded his old beliefs to follow Jesus, The Way, was a conclusion to his Jewish upbringing and training.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-4-is-paul-legitimate-or-a-lunatic/
Sun, 14 May 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues his discussion "In defense of Paul" Is Paul legit or lunatic? What changed him? What made the Damascus experience unique, and why was he willing to suffer for the Gospel? Listen to Mark’s insightful accounting of Paul’s behavior before and webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues his discussion "In defense of Paul" Is Paul legit or lunatic? What changed him? What made the Damascus experience unique, and why was he willing to suffer for the Gospel? Listen to Mark’s insightful accounting of Paul’s behavior before and after he traded his old beliefs to follow Jesus, The Way, was a conclusion to his Jewish upbringing and training.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-4-is-paul-legitimate-or-a-lunatic/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-4-is-paul-legitimate-or-a-lunatic/audio.mp3

PLCS 3.2- Follow-up Interview: Clarifying Events and Attitudes (Part 2)
W. Mark Lanier


Mark focused this week’s study of Paul, a Legal Case Study, on what it meant to be a citizen of Tarsus and a Roman citizen. Tarsus, located in modern day Turkey, was a Roman naval base, a center of intellectual philosophy, as well as other attractions. Only the wealthy were able to pay for Tarsian citizenship and partake of the community leadership roles, which required wealth. In order for Paul to be a Roman citizen, his parents held the distinction. Social classes paid a vital part of the Roman life. Listen to Mark discuss more about Paul’s citizenships and how his experiences and status helped him spread the Gospel to the Gentiles.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-3-2-follow-up-interview-clarifying-events-and-attitudes-part-2/
Sun, 07 May 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark focused this week’s study of Paul, a Legal Case Study, on what it meant to be a citizen of Tarsus and a Roman citizen. Tarsus, located in modern day Turkey, was a Roman naval base, a center of intellectual philosophy, as well as other attractions. Onwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark focused this week’s study of Paul, a Legal Case Study, on what it meant to be a citizen of Tarsus and a Roman citizen. Tarsus, located in modern day Turkey, was a Roman naval base, a center of intellectual philosophy, as well as other attractions. Only the wealthy were able to pay for Tarsian citizenship and partake of the community leadership roles, which required wealth. In order for Paul to be a Roman citizen, his parents held the distinction. Social classes paid a vital part of the Roman life. Listen to Mark discuss more about Paul’s citizenships and how his experiences and status helped him spread the Gospel to the Gentiles.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-3-2-follow-up-interview-clarifying-events-and-attitudes-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-3-2-follow-up-interview-clarifying-events-and-attitudes-part-2/audio.mp3

PLCS 3.1- Follow- Up Interview
W. Mark Lanier


Mark focused this week’s study of Paul, a Legal Case Study, on what it meant to be a citizen of Tarsus and a Roman citizen. Tarsus, located in modern day Turkey, was a Roman naval base, a center of intellectual philosophy, as well as other attractions. Only the wealthy were able to pay for Tarsian citizenship and partake of the community leadership roles, which required wealth. In order for Paul to be a Roman citizen, his parents held the distinction. Social classes paid a vital part of the Roman life. Listen to Mark discuss more about Paul’s citizenships and how his experiences and status helped him spread the Gospel to the Gentiles.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/9GYP0NzJpSM/

lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-3-1-follow-up-interview/
Sun, 30 Apr 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark focused this week’s study of Paul, a Legal Case Study, on what it meant to be a citizen of Tarsus and a Roman citizen. Tarsus, located in modern day Turkey, was a Roman naval base, a center of intellectual philosophy, as well as other attractions. Onwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark focused this week’s study of Paul, a Legal Case Study, on what it meant to be a citizen of Tarsus and a Roman citizen. Tarsus, located in modern day Turkey, was a Roman naval base, a center of intellectual philosophy, as well as other attractions. Only the wealthy were able to pay for Tarsian citizenship and partake of the community leadership roles, which required wealth. In order for Paul to be a Roman citizen, his parents held the distinction. Social classes paid a vital part of the Roman life. Listen to Mark discuss more about Paul’s citizenships and how his experiences and status helped him spread the Gospel to the Gentiles.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-3-1-follow-up-interview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-3-1-follow-up-interview/audio.mp3

PLCS 2.2- The Initial Interview (Part 2)
W. Mark Lanier


Paul: A legal case study
Today's class researches Paul's beliefs by focusing on his mentor Gamaliel. (Acts 22:1-3.) Gamaliel’s less conservative interpretation of the Torah, Mishnah, and the Talmud impacted Paul’s ministry to the Gentiles. Listen to Mark explain more of the influences in Paul’s life and the biblical implications of his probable membership in the Sanhedrin.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-2-2-the-initial-interview-part-2/
Sun, 23 Apr 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoPaul: A legal case study Today's class researches Paul's beliefs by focusing on his mentor Gamaliel. (Acts 22:1-3.) Gamaliel’s less conservative interpretation of the Torah, Mishnah, and the Talmud impacted Paul’s ministry to the Gentiles. Listen to Mark webmaster@biblical-literacy.comPaul: A legal case study Today's class researches Paul's beliefs by focusing on his mentor Gamaliel. (Acts 22:1-3.) Gamaliel’s less conservative interpretation of the Torah, Mishnah, and the Talmud impacted Paul’s ministry to the Gentiles. Listen to Mark explain more of the influences in Paul’s life and the biblical implications of his probable membership in the Sanhedrin.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-2-2-the-initial-interview-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-2-2-the-initial-interview-part-2/audio.mp3

PLCS 2.1- The Initial Interview
W. Mark Lanier


Mark begins his initial interview of Paul in this 2nd chapter of Paul: a legal case study where Mark is reviewing the life of Paul as a potential new client. In this first part of Mark's interview we obtain Paul’s background including origin of his names, appearance, and family history. We learn Paul/Saul was born a Roman citizen in Tarsus of Clicia. He was not an only child, multilingual, and as a Pharisee could trace his lineage back to the tribe of Benjamin. Listen to Mark talk more about Paul and what his role as a Pharisee meant.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-2-1-the-initial-interview/
Sun, 09 Apr 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark begins his initial interview of Paul in this 2nd chapter of Paul: a legal case study where Mark is reviewing the life of Paul as a potential new client. In this first part of Mark's interview we obtain Paul’s background including origin of his names,webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark begins his initial interview of Paul in this 2nd chapter of Paul: a legal case study where Mark is reviewing the life of Paul as a potential new client. In this first part of Mark's interview we obtain Paul’s background including origin of his names, appearance, and family history. We learn Paul/Saul was born a Roman citizen in Tarsus of Clicia. He was not an only child, multilingual, and as a Pharisee could trace his lineage back to the tribe of Benjamin. Listen to Mark talk more about Paul and what his role as a Pharisee meant.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-2-1-the-initial-interview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-2-1-the-initial-interview/audio.mp3

PLCS 1.1- A Lawyer Takes Up a New Case
W. Mark Lanier


Paul: a legal case study

Do you know Paul?
Mark began a new series about the Apostle Paul as if he were asked to represent Paul in a court of law. As a lawyer, Mark approaches the subject of Paul based on his own legal experience. In this introduction, listen to Mark discuss Jerusalem in 57 AD as Paul brought an offering into the temple for the poor.
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lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-1-1-a-lawyer-takes-up-a-new-case/
Sun, 02 Apr 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoPaul: a legal case study Do you know Paul? Mark began a new series about the Apostle Paul as if he were asked to represent Paul in a court of law. As a lawyer, Mark approaches the subject of Paul based on his own legal experience. In this introduction, liwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comPaul: a legal case study Do you know Paul? Mark began a new series about the Apostle Paul as if he were asked to represent Paul in a court of law. As a lawyer, Mark approaches the subject of Paul based on his own legal experience. In this introduction, listen to Mark discuss Jerusalem in 57 AD as Paul brought an offering into the temple for the poor.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-1-1-a-lawyer-takes-up-a-new-case/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-a-legal-case-study/plcs-1-1-a-lawyer-takes-up-a-new-case/audio.mp3

SE- His Kingdom Come- An Interview with N. T. Wright
W. Mark Lanier


Mark interviews N. T. Wright, a leading British New Testament scholar and retired Anglican bishop. The author of numerous books and article, Wright answers Lanier questions, in a warm and engaging conversation that is both revealing and questioning. 
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/dP0t03LWHME/

lessons/special-events/se-his-kingdom-come-an-interview-with-n-t-wright/
Sun, 26 Mar 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark interviews N. T. Wright, a leading British New Testament scholar and retired Anglican bishop. The author of numerous books and article, Wright answers Lanier questions, in a warm and engaging conversation that is both revealing and questioning. webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark interviews N. T. Wright, a leading British New Testament scholar and retired Anglican bishop. The author of numerous books and article, Wright answers Lanier questions, in a warm and engaging conversation that is both revealing and questioning. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-his-kingdom-come-an-interview-with-n-t-wright/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-his-kingdom-come-an-interview-with-n-t-wright/audio.mp3

Lesson 7- Why I'm Not A Jew...Or Am I? - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/pY1dSkimC7Q/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-3/
Sun, 19 Mar 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 7- Why I'm Not A Jew...Or Am I? - Part 2
W.Mark Lanier


Mark continues with Part 2 of “Why I'm not a Jew, or am I?” Mark continues with principle number 5 of Maimonides' 13 principles of the Jewish faith. Listen to the explanation of each one and the Old and New Testament Scripture that verifies them.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/Je101ZwNXW0/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-2/
Sun, 19 Feb 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with Part 2 of “Why I'm not a Jew, or am I?” Mark continues with principle number 5 of Maimonides' 13 principles of the Jewish faith. Listen to the explanation of each one and the Old and New Testament Scripture that verifies them.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with Part 2 of “Why I'm not a Jew, or am I?” Mark continues with principle number 5 of Maimonides' 13 principles of the Jewish faith. Listen to the explanation of each one and the Old and New Testament Scripture that verifies them.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 7- Why I'm Not A Jew... Or Am I? - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/mWC0GooyaJQ/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-1/
Sun, 12 Feb 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-7-why-im-not-a-jew-or-am-i-part-1/audio.mp3

SE- C. S. Lewis, Science, and Faith - Dr. Alister McGrath Interview
W. Mark Lanier


This week’s Biblical Literacy class features a Q & A with Professor Alister McGrath, renowned theologian and scientist. Mark begins by giving listeners insight into Professor McGrath’s personal life. McGrath was an atheist in his teens but became a Christian in college. Listen to how he abandoned atheism and embraced Christianity then went on to obtain a second and third doctorate. Among Professor McGrath’s 40 published books, his favorite is his C. S. Lewis biography.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/3XSel2-OS74/

lessons/special-events/se-c-s-lewis-science-and-faith-dr-alister-mcgrath-interview/
Sun, 05 Feb 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis week’s Biblical Literacy class features a Q & A with Professor Alister McGrath, renowned theologian and scientist. Mark begins by giving listeners insight into Professor McGrath’s personal life. McGrath was an atheist in his teens but became a Christwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis week’s Biblical Literacy class features a Q & A with Professor Alister McGrath, renowned theologian and scientist. Mark begins by giving listeners insight into Professor McGrath’s personal life. McGrath was an atheist in his teens but became a Christian in college. Listen to how he abandoned atheism and embraced Christianity then went on to obtain a second and third doctorate. Among Professor McGrath’s 40 published books, his favorite is his C. S. Lewis biography.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-c-s-lewis-science-and-faith-dr-alister-mcgrath-interview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-c-s-lewis-science-and-faith-dr-alister-mcgrath-interview/audio.mp3

Lesson 6 - Why I'm Not A Hindu
W. Mark Lanier


Mark Lanier teaches, "Why I an NOT a Hindu." Hinduism pulls together and embraces all religions. Mark teaches not all roads lead to the mountaintop of God. What Hindus believe is difficult to explain because of their individual view of God. No set beliefs. No structure. No founder. No clear set of scripture. Listen to the general truths of Hinduism for a better understanding of this ancient religion.



Click for the Tweaked version of My Sweet Lord by Phil Keaggy
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/lglW6mkAQg4/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-6-why-im-not-a-hindu/
Sun, 29 Jan 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark Lanier teaches, "Why I an NOT a Hindu." Hinduism pulls together and embraces all religions. Mark teaches not all roads lead to the mountaintop of God. What Hindus believe is difficult to explain because of their individual view of God. No set beliefswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark Lanier teaches, "Why I an NOT a Hindu." Hinduism pulls together and embraces all religions. Mark teaches not all roads lead to the mountaintop of God. What Hindus believe is difficult to explain because of their individual view of God. No set beliefs. No structure. No founder. No clear set of scripture. Listen to the general truths of Hinduism for a better understanding of this ancient religion. Click for the Tweaked version of My Sweet Lord by Phil Keaggyhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-6-why-im-not-a-hindu/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-6-why-im-not-a-hindu/audio.mp3

Addendum 1: How Do We Hear God?
W. Mark Lanier


Mark’s lesson focuses on How Do We Hear God? On decisions big and small, do we hear God or the enemy? In the Old Testament, God spoke in many ways, but with the coming of Jesus, He speaks to us through His Son. Listen to Mark discuss how Jesus is the Word for all people and has a message for everyone.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/xK022qfEzY4/

lessons/why-im-not/addendum-1-how-do-we-hear-god/
Sun, 22 Jan 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark’s lesson focuses on How Do We Hear God? On decisions big and small, do we hear God or the enemy? In the Old Testament, God spoke in many ways, but with the coming of Jesus, He speaks to us through His Son. Listen to Mark discuss how Jesus is the Wordwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark’s lesson focuses on How Do We Hear God? On decisions big and small, do we hear God or the enemy? In the Old Testament, God spoke in many ways, but with the coming of Jesus, He speaks to us through His Son. Listen to Mark discuss how Jesus is the Word for all people and has a message for everyone.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/addendum-1-how-do-we-hear-god/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/addendum-1-how-do-we-hear-god/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - Why I'm Not A Mormon - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In "Why I'm NOT a Mormon Part 2", Mark points out the doctrinal differences of Christianity and Mormonism. He shares the importance of beliefs lining up with the Bible, the source of truth, and the inconsistencies depicted in the Mormon writings. Listen to Mark explain the Mormon's definition of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, creation and the explanation of humanity.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/uN9O8conFgw/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-5-why-im-not-a-mormon-part-2/
Sun, 08 Jan 2017 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn "Why I'm NOT a Mormon Part 2", Mark points out the doctrinal differences of Christianity and Mormonism. He shares the importance of beliefs lining up with the Bible, the source of truth, and the inconsistencies depicted in the Mormon writings. Listen twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn "Why I'm NOT a Mormon Part 2", Mark points out the doctrinal differences of Christianity and Mormonism. He shares the importance of beliefs lining up with the Bible, the source of truth, and the inconsistencies depicted in the Mormon writings. Listen to Mark explain the Mormon's definition of God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, creation and the explanation of humanity.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-5-why-im-not-a-mormon-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-5-why-im-not-a-mormon-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - Why I'm Not A Mormon - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Mark began Why I am Not a Mormon Part I with the statement: “I find the Mormon faith inconsistent in core areas of teaching and practice with that of the Bible.” Joseph Smith founded Mormonism with his revelation and uncovering of The Book of Mormon. Listen to Mark delve into the history, core teachings, and theology between Mormonism and the Bible.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/Q1pfHJSoIVc/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-5-why-im-not-a-mormon-part-1/
Thu, 29 Dec 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark began Why I am Not a Mormon Part I with the statement: “I find the Mormon faith inconsistent in core areas of teaching and practice with that of the Bible.” Joseph Smith founded Mormonism with his revelation and uncovering of The Book of Mormon. Listwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark began Why I am Not a Mormon Part I with the statement: “I find the Mormon faith inconsistent in core areas of teaching and practice with that of the Bible.” Joseph Smith founded Mormonism with his revelation and uncovering of The Book of Mormon. Listen to Mark delve into the history, core teachings, and theology between Mormonism and the Bible.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-5-why-im-not-a-mormon-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-5-why-im-not-a-mormon-part-1/audio.mp3

SE- Christmas and Carols
W. Mark Lanier


This SPECIAL EVENT about CHRISTMAS AND CAROLS is during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Church
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/G6E8GOsQf-I/

lessons/special-events/se-christmas-and-carols/
Sun, 18 Dec 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis SPECIAL EVENT about CHRISTMAS AND CAROLS is during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Churcwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis SPECIAL EVENT about CHRISTMAS AND CAROLS is during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Churchhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-christmas-and-carols/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-christmas-and-carols/audio.mp3

SE- Highlights from Psalms for Living 4
W. Mark Lanier


Mark Lanier teacher. These interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Church
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/AdfK0PJlosQ/

lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-4/
Sun, 04 Dec 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark Lanier teacher. These interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist,webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark Lanier teacher. These interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Churchhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-4/audio.mp3

Lesson 4 - Why I'm Not A Muslim - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/zhYDRc49k-M/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-3/
Sun, 27 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-3/audio.mp3

SE- Highlights from Psalms for Living 3
W. Mark Lanier


These interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Church
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/L6x7lT2rJtg/

lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-3/
Sun, 13 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThese interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etcwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThese interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Churchhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 4 - Why I'm Not A Muslim - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Why I'm not a Muslim Part II.
Mark identifies the core reason why he is not Muslim, and it’s historical accuracy. He explains the Muslim’s Quran does not agree to other historical documents written in that time. The Muslim faith has no need for Jesus to die, and their Quran is revered and worshiped. Listen to Mark explain the historical inaccuracies of the Quran.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/50avfuFBpYk/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-2/
Sun, 06 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhy I'm not a Muslim Part II. Mark identifies the core reason why he is not Muslim, and it’s historical accuracy. He explains the Muslim’s Quran does not agree to other historical documents written in that time. The Muslim faith has no need for Jesus to dwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhy I'm not a Muslim Part II. Mark identifies the core reason why he is not Muslim, and it’s historical accuracy. He explains the Muslim’s Quran does not agree to other historical documents written in that time. The Muslim faith has no need for Jesus to die, and their Quran is revered and worshiped. Listen to Mark explain the historical inaccuracies of the Quran.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-2/audio.mp3

SE- Highlights from Psalms for Living 2
W. Mark Lanier


These interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Church
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/8hfQb9bF47c/

lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-2/
Sun, 30 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThese interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etcwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThese interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Churchhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 4 - Why I'm Not A Muslim - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Mark continued his series of "Why I Am Not" with an overview of - Why I am not a Muslim. Mark’s teachings focused on the historical accuracy of the Judeo-Christian Old Testament and the Christian New Testament vs the Quran. Continue listening to the origin of Islam and the religion’s belief that Muhammad is the messenger to receive God’s revelation.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/qoCW5j4aQ4A/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-1/
Sun, 23 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continued his series of "Why I Am Not" with an overview of - Why I am not a Muslim. Mark’s teachings focused on the historical accuracy of the Judeo-Christian Old Testament and the Christian New Testament vs the Quran. Continue listening to the origiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continued his series of "Why I Am Not" with an overview of - Why I am not a Muslim. Mark’s teachings focused on the historical accuracy of the Judeo-Christian Old Testament and the Christian New Testament vs the Quran. Continue listening to the origin of Islam and the religion’s belief that Muhammad is the messenger to receive God’s revelation.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-4-why-im-not-a-muslim-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 9
W. Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/4S2bLPhiZMU/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-9/
Sun, 16 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-9/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-9/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 8
W. Mark Lanier


Mark teaches Why I am Not an Agnostic Part 8 in this week’s Biblical Literacy Class. This week, Mark address a controversial topic of where God fits in faith and science. He discusses the question of does a belief in God mesh with science in making sense of the cosmos? We can examine the Bible to see if it’s at odds with science, but the Bible is not a science book. The biggest difference in the worldview during ancient times regarding creation is Israel believed in one God, a spirit not part of the creation. God cannot be confined to human calculations or understanding. Listen to Mark’s lesson about how humans attempt to define God.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/kEUgJd4cqEM/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-8/
Sun, 09 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark teaches Why I am Not an Agnostic Part 8 in this week’s Biblical Literacy Class. This week, Mark address a controversial topic of where God fits in faith and science. He discusses the question of does a belief in God mesh with science in making sense webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark teaches Why I am Not an Agnostic Part 8 in this week’s Biblical Literacy Class. This week, Mark address a controversial topic of where God fits in faith and science. He discusses the question of does a belief in God mesh with science in making sense of the cosmos? We can examine the Bible to see if it’s at odds with science, but the Bible is not a science book. The biggest difference in the worldview during ancient times regarding creation is Israel believed in one God, a spirit not part of the creation. God cannot be confined to human calculations or understanding. Listen to Mark’s lesson about how humans attempt to define God.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-8/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-8/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 7
W. Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/RJydjy7gfhs/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-7/
Sun, 02 Oct 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-7/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-7/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 6
W. Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/6DOQ-8zwQLc/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-6/
Sun, 25 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-6/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-6/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 5
W. Mark Lanier



http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/OuUbEHHBjYg/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-5/
Sun, 18 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-5/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-5/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 4
W. Mark Lanier


Mark continues with Part 4 of Why I’m not an Agnostic by weighing evidence for and against God. Words matter; words express ideas. Is there significant evidence that we should believe in God? Mark discusses how God made a cause and an effect world. Listen to his reasoning about the existence of God through the Judeo-Christian worldview. In God we have Truth, man made in His image, and purpose.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/5MmCGOZ0m7s/

lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-4/
Sun, 11 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark continues with Part 4 of Why I’m not an Agnostic by weighing evidence for and against God. Words matter; words express ideas. Is there significant evidence that we should believe in God? Mark discusses how God made a cause and an effect world. Listenwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark continues with Part 4 of Why I’m not an Agnostic by weighing evidence for and against God. Words matter; words express ideas. Is there significant evidence that we should believe in God? Mark discusses how God made a cause and an effect world. Listen to his reasoning about the existence of God through the Judeo-Christian worldview. In God we have Truth, man made in His image, and purpose.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-4/audio.mp3

SE- Highlights from Psalms for Living 1
W. Mark Lanier


These interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Church
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lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-1/
Sun, 04 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThese interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etcwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThese interludes during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." are based upon Mark's New Book "Psalms for Living" published by Baylor Press. Subject: Series Special Event during Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Churchhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-highlights-from-psalms-for-living-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier



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Sun, 21 Aug 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Mark’s class this week, Why I’m not Agnostic, Continued Part II, uses two questions to weigh the evidence for and against God. Mark offers real questions to show a real God. Why is there beauty? Why is fair and justice important? Listen to the evidence for and against proof of God and why Mark is not agnostic.
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lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-2/
Sun, 14 Aug 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark’s class this week, Why I’m not Agnostic, Continued Part II, uses two questions to weigh the evidence for and against God. Mark offers real questions to show a real God. Why is there beauty? Why is fair and justice important? Listen to the evidence fowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark’s class this week, Why I’m not Agnostic, Continued Part II, uses two questions to weigh the evidence for and against God. Mark offers real questions to show a real God. Why is there beauty? Why is fair and justice important? Listen to the evidence for and against proof of God and why Mark is not agnostic. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-2-why-im-not-an-agnostic-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Why I'm Not An Agnostic - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier



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Sun, 07 Aug 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 1 - Why I'm Not An Atheist - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


In Part III of Why I'm not an atheist, Mark uses Scripture to show humans don't define God: he's not a genie. Mark continues by refuting the various arguments atheists use to disprove God. Listen to the lesson to better understand an atheist doesn’t understand who God is.
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lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-3/
Sun, 31 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn Part III of Why I'm not an atheist, Mark uses Scripture to show humans don't define God: he's not a genie. Mark continues by refuting the various arguments atheists use to disprove God. Listen to the lesson to better understand an atheist doesn’t underwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn Part III of Why I'm not an atheist, Mark uses Scripture to show humans don't define God: he's not a genie. Mark continues by refuting the various arguments atheists use to disprove God. Listen to the lesson to better understand an atheist doesn’t understand who God is.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 1 - Why I'm Not an Atheist - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In Part 2 of Why I’m not an Atheist, Mark poses the question, “How do atheists know there is no God?” To claim that something is true means to carry the Burden of proof. Mark shares the writings of the 4 horsemen of the new atheism and how they use fallacies and rhetoric tricks to claim there is no God.
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lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-2/
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn Part 2 of Why I’m not an Atheist, Mark poses the question, “How do atheists know there is no God?” To claim that something is true means to carry the Burden of proof. Mark shares the writings of the 4 horsemen of the new atheism and how they use fallacwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn Part 2 of Why I’m not an Atheist, Mark poses the question, “How do atheists know there is no God?” To claim that something is true means to carry the Burden of proof. Mark shares the writings of the 4 horsemen of the new atheism and how they use fallacies and rhetoric tricks to claim there is no God.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 3 - Why I'm Not A Buddhist - Part 2
Melvin Tinker



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lessons/why-im-not/lesson-3-why-im-not-a-buddhist-part-2/
Sun, 24 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 3 - Why I'm not a Buddhist - Part 1
Melvin Tinker


Pastor Melvin Tinker from Hull, England taught Part I of this week’s class, “Why I Am Not a Buddhist. Buddha believed the way to eliminate suffering in life was to eliminate desire, and that meant reducing self to nothing. Our God is alive and relational in a real world, contrary to Buddhists who claim this world is but a dream. Listen to this powerful lesson.
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lessons/why-im-not/lesson-3-why-im-not-a-buddhist-part-1/
Sun, 17 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoPastor Melvin Tinker from Hull, England taught Part I of this week’s class, “Why I Am Not a Buddhist. Buddha believed the way to eliminate suffering in life was to eliminate desire, and that meant reducing self to nothing. Our God is alive and relational webmaster@biblical-literacy.comPastor Melvin Tinker from Hull, England taught Part I of this week’s class, “Why I Am Not a Buddhist. Buddha believed the way to eliminate suffering in life was to eliminate desire, and that meant reducing self to nothing. Our God is alive and relational in a real world, contrary to Buddhists who claim this world is but a dream. Listen to this powerful lesson.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-3-why-im-not-a-buddhist-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-3-why-im-not-a-buddhist-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 1 - Why I'm Not an Atheist - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Mark began a new series titled “Why I am Not …”.  with the first class, "Why I Am Not an Atheist.”  This session takes us into Mark’s world as a trial lawyer where allegations must be proven with facts and evidence. The burden of proof belongs to the atheist to prove the nonexistence of God. Listen to Mark’s argument for a real and alive God.
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lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-1/
Sun, 03 Jul 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark began a new series titled “Why I am Not …”.  with the first class, "Why I Am Not an Atheist.”  This session takes us into Mark’s world as a trial lawyer where allegations must be proven with facts and evidence. The burden of proof belongs to the athewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark began a new series titled “Why I am Not …”.  with the first class, "Why I Am Not an Atheist.”  This session takes us into Mark’s world as a trial lawyer where allegations must be proven with facts and evidence. The burden of proof belongs to the atheist to prove the nonexistence of God. Listen to Mark’s argument for a real and alive God.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/lesson-1-why-im-not-an-atheist-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 49 - 2nd & 3rd John
David B. Capes


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 49:

David Capes taught 2 and 3 John. The writer, the Apostle John, identifies himself as the elder. John warned the readers of antichrists, gnosticism, and false teachers by telling the readers that Jesus is God made flesh. John encourages believers to grasp the Truth of Jesus and to show His love and humility to others, even strangers.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-49-2nd-3rd-john/
Tue, 21 Jun 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 49: David Capes taught 2 and 3 John. The writer, the Apostle John, identifies himself as the elder. John warned the readers of antichrists, gnosticism, and false teachers by telling the rewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 49: David Capes taught 2 and 3 John. The writer, the Apostle John, identifies himself as the elder. John warned the readers of antichrists, gnosticism, and false teachers by telling the readers that Jesus is God made flesh. John encourages believers to grasp the Truth of Jesus and to show His love and humility to others, even strangers.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-49-2nd-3rd-john/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-49-2nd-3rd-john/audio.mp3

Lesson 48 - Revelation - Structure
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 48:
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-48-revelation-structure/
Sun, 12 Jun 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 47 - Revelation - Introduction
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 47:
This week Mark gave an introduction to Revelation. The writer is widely believed as Apostle John while imprisoned on the island of Patmos. The book is unusual, complicated, a puzzle, filled with imagery, ideas, and symbolism. Mark explains why we should study Revelation in the context of apocalyptic literature. 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-47-revelation-introduction/
Tue, 31 May 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 47: This week Mark gave an introduction to Revelation. The writer is widely believed as Apostle John while imprisoned on the island of Patmos. The book is unusual, complicated, a puzzle, fiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 47: This week Mark gave an introduction to Revelation. The writer is widely believed as Apostle John while imprisoned on the island of Patmos. The book is unusual, complicated, a puzzle, filled with imagery, ideas, and symbolism. Mark explains why we should study Revelation in the context of apocalyptic literature. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-47-revelation-introduction/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-47-revelation-introduction/audio.mp3

Lesson 46 - 1 John, Part 3 - Final Thoughts
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 46:
In this third and final lesson of 1 John, Mark shares some of his favorite passages. The first one is how the Disciple John explained love and feelings, with the understanding that faith is not a feeling  but a decision of faith. John also deals with heresy, the progression of love, and love’s transforming power.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-46-1-john-part-3-final-thoughts/
Thu, 26 May 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 46: In this third and final lesson of 1 John, Mark shares some of his favorite passages. The first one is how the Disciple John explained love and feelings, with the understanding that faitwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 46: In this third and final lesson of 1 John, Mark shares some of his favorite passages. The first one is how the Disciple John explained love and feelings, with the understanding that faith is not a feeling  but a decision of faith. John also deals with heresy, the progression of love, and love’s transforming power.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-46-1-john-part-3-final-thoughts/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-46-1-john-part-3-final-thoughts/audio.mp3

Lesson 41 - 2 Peter: Enduring Faith
W. Mark Lanier


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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-41-2-peter-enduring-faith/
Fri, 20 May 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 42 - Finishing James
Brent Johnson


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 42:
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-42-finishing-james/
Fri, 20 May 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 43 - Jude
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 43:
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-43-jude/
Fri, 20 May 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 44 - 1 John
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 44:
Mark begins the first of three lessons covering 1 John. The overview show us the Apostle John’s concerns for Christians nearly three decades after Jesus’ resurrection. John was an eye witness to Jesus, and he wanted believers to know without a doubt that Jesus was really the Son of God who came in the flesh. Mark teaches about the questions plaguing Christians then and now, and the challenges we all face.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-44-1-john/
Fri, 20 May 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 44: Mark begins the first of three lessons covering 1 John. The overview show us the Apostle John’s concerns for Christians nearly three decades after Jesus’ resurrection. John was an eye wwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 44: Mark begins the first of three lessons covering 1 John. The overview show us the Apostle John’s concerns for Christians nearly three decades after Jesus’ resurrection. John was an eye witness to Jesus, and he wanted believers to know without a doubt that Jesus was really the Son of God who came in the flesh. Mark teaches about the questions plaguing Christians then and now, and the challenges we all face.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-44-1-john/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-44-1-john/audio.mp3

Lesson 45 - 1 John, Part 2 - Themes
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 45:
1 John focuses on the metaphors related to light and darkness, good and evil. Too many early believers were using their freedom in Christ to sin, not grasping that sin is darkness.  Mark says, “God’s light makes the sun look like a 20 watt bulb.”
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-45-1-john-part-2-themes/
Fri, 20 May 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 45: 1 John focuses on the metaphors related to light and darkness, good and evil. Too many early believers were using their freedom in Christ to sin, not grasping that sin is darkness.  Marwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 45: 1 John focuses on the metaphors related to light and darkness, good and evil. Too many early believers were using their freedom in Christ to sin, not grasping that sin is darkness.  Mark says, “God’s light makes the sun look like a 20 watt bulb.”https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-45-1-john-part-2-themes/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-45-1-john-part-2-themes/audio.mp3

Lesson 40 - 1 Peter
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 40:
Did the apostle Peter write 1 Peter? Although the beginning words indicate Peter is the writer, some disagree with his authorship. Marks gives us the arguments for and against with insight into the world during the first century church. Weigh the arguments and explanations then choose who wrote 1Peter.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-40-1-peter/
Mon, 04 Apr 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 40: Did the apostle Peter write 1 Peter? Although the beginning words indicate Peter is the writer, some disagree with his authorship. Marks gives us the arguments for and against with insiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 40: Did the apostle Peter write 1 Peter? Although the beginning words indicate Peter is the writer, some disagree with his authorship. Marks gives us the arguments for and against with insight into the world during the first century church. Weigh the arguments and explanations then choose who wrote 1Peter. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-40-1-peter/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-40-1-peter/audio.mp3

Lesson 39 - The Book of James
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 39:
The book of James gives us a fresh perspective on how to find encouragement and practical ways for the Christian to live in an imperfect world. Brent's teachings give us insight into how God uses life's trials, maturity, good works, and actions to show our faith in Jesus Christ.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-39-the-book-of-james/
Mon, 28 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 39: The book of James gives us a fresh perspective on how to find encouragement and practical ways for the Christian to live in an imperfect world. Brent's teachings give us insight into howebmaster@biblical-literacy.comBiblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey- Lesson 39: The book of James gives us a fresh perspective on how to find encouragement and practical ways for the Christian to live in an imperfect world. Brent's teachings give us insight into how God uses life's trials, maturity, good works, and actions to show our faith in Jesus Christ.   https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-39-the-book-of-james/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-39-the-book-of-james/audio.mp3

Lesson 38 - Hebrews: A lesson on Prayer
W. Mark Lanier


Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases

New Testament Survey – Lesson 38: Hebrews – A lesson on Prayer

How do we pray? Is there a formula for prayer? Does God even care or listen? How can we be certain God wants to hear from us and speaks to us? Mark’s lesson on the power of prayer uses Hebrews as well as other Scripture passages to offer hope and reassurance in God’s desire to be in constant communication with believers.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-38-hebrews-a-lesson-on-prayer/
Mon, 07 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey – Lesson 38: Hebrews – A lesson on Prayer How do we pray? Is there a formula for prayer? Does God even care or listen? How can we be certain God wants to hear from us and speaks to us? Mark’s lesswebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Biblical-Literacy Lesson Paraphrases New Testament Survey – Lesson 38: Hebrews – A lesson on Prayer How do we pray? Is there a formula for prayer? Does God even care or listen? How can we be certain God wants to hear from us and speaks to us? Mark’s lesson on the power of prayer uses Hebrews as well as other Scripture passages to offer hope and reassurance in God’s desire to be in constant communication with believers. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-38-hebrews-a-lesson-on-prayer/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-38-hebrews-a-lesson-on-prayer/audio.mp3

Lesson 37 - Hebrews: Faith Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


New Testament Survey- Lesson 37: Hebrews: Faith Part 2

Mark’s lesson this week concluded Hebrews 11. The stories of faith in this chapter confirm the power of God working through frail man destined for divine purposes. God desires our faith to move beyond salvation to obedience, and faith deals with real consequences.  Study Mark’s lesson to discover what God says about the how and why of faith.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-37-hebrews-faith-part-2/
Thu, 03 Mar 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoNew Testament Survey- Lesson 37: Hebrews: Faith Part 2 Mark’s lesson this week concluded Hebrews 11. The stories of faith in this chapter confirm the power of God working through frail man destined for divine purposes. God desires our faith to move beyondwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comNew Testament Survey- Lesson 37: Hebrews: Faith Part 2 Mark’s lesson this week concluded Hebrews 11. The stories of faith in this chapter confirm the power of God working through frail man destined for divine purposes. God desires our faith to move beyond salvation to obedience, and faith deals with real consequences.  Study Mark’s lesson to discover what God says about the how and why of faith.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-37-hebrews-faith-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-37-hebrews-faith-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 37 - Hebrews: Faith
Brent Johnson


New Testament Survey- Lesson 37: Hebrews: Faith

Hebrews 11 gives us an overview of Old Testament historical figures who walked by faith. But what did faith mean to them, and what does faith mean to us today? Mark shows us through the range of meanings of the Greek word pistis how faith is woven with trust to provide a dynamic witness to God. Can our faith translate to what we give back to God?


 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-37-hebrews-faith/
Sun, 21 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoNew Testament Survey- Lesson 37: Hebrews: Faith Hebrews 11 gives us an overview of Old Testament historical figures who walked by faith. But what did faith mean to them, and what does faith mean to us today? Mark shows us through the range of meanings of webmaster@biblical-literacy.comNew Testament Survey- Lesson 37: Hebrews: Faith Hebrews 11 gives us an overview of Old Testament historical figures who walked by faith. But what did faith mean to them, and what does faith mean to us today? Mark shows us through the range of meanings of the Greek word pistis how faith is woven with trust to provide a dynamic witness to God. Can our faith translate to what we give back to God?  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-37-hebrews-faith/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-37-hebrews-faith/audio.mp3

Lesson 36 - Hebrews: Melchizedek
W. Mark Lanier


New Testament Survey- Lesson 36: Hebrews: Melchizedek
Ever wonder where the origin of the priesthood began? Does the name of Melchizedek jar your memory? He’s mentioned in only three places in the Bible: Genesis, Psalms, and Hebrews. What can Believers today learn from the Priest Melchizedek, and how does Jesus relate to him? Are you curious about the first instance of tithing. Mark addresses these questions and more in this week’s lesson.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-36-hebrews-melchizedek/
Wed, 17 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoNew Testament Survey- Lesson 36: Hebrews: Melchizedek Ever wonder where the origin of the priesthood began? Does the name of Melchizedek jar your memory? He’s mentioned in only three places in the Bible: Genesis, Psalms, and Hebrews. What can Believers towebmaster@biblical-literacy.comNew Testament Survey- Lesson 36: Hebrews: Melchizedek Ever wonder where the origin of the priesthood began? Does the name of Melchizedek jar your memory? He’s mentioned in only three places in the Bible: Genesis, Psalms, and Hebrews. What can Believers today learn from the Priest Melchizedek, and how does Jesus relate to him? Are you curious about the first instance of tithing. Mark addresses these questions and more in this week’s lesson.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-36-hebrews-melchizedek/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-36-hebrews-melchizedek/audio.mp3

Lesson 35 - Hebrews - Listening to God
W. Mark Lanier


New Testament Survey – Lesson 35: Hebrews – Listening to God

The writer of the book of Hebrews used numerous references from the Old Testament to demonstrate the ’voice’ of God through the prophets is consistent with His actions of love in the New Testament. His speaking to us is one long event, and not only by His Word but also by His deeds. Jesus was never a new idea or a new dialogue. He is the voice and continued conversation from the beginning. He is the embodiment of an unchanging God with a constant purpose. He was prophetically one who would not only be God’s voice to us, but would bring us into relationship with God.



Key Words
He has spoken, laleo, God spoke, prophets, long ago, at many times, in many ways, Jesus Christ, crucified, sermon, begotten, echoed, embodiment, loving righteousness, hating wickedness, continued conversation, unchanging God, constant purpose, prophetically, Moses, receptive hearts, Aaronic priests, appointment from God, Melchizedek, Christ’s covenant, Christ’s sacrifice, persevere, live right, speak, listen
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Tue, 09 Feb 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno New Testament Survey – Lesson 35: Hebrews – Listening to God The writer of the book of Hebrews used numerous references from the Old Testament to demonstrate the ’voice’ of God through the prophets is consistent with His actions of love in the New Testamwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com New Testament Survey – Lesson 35: Hebrews – Listening to God The writer of the book of Hebrews used numerous references from the Old Testament to demonstrate the ’voice’ of God through the prophets is consistent with His actions of love in the New Testament. His speaking to us is one long event, and not only by His Word but also by His deeds. Jesus was never a new idea or a new dialogue. He is the voice and continued conversation from the beginning. He is the embodiment of an unchanging God with a constant purpose. He was prophetically one who would not only be God’s voice to us, but would bring us into relationship with God. Key Words He has spoken, laleo, God spoke, prophets, long ago, at many times, in many ways, Jesus Christ, crucified, sermon, begotten, echoed, embodiment, loving righteousness, hating wickedness, continued conversation, unchanging God, constant purpose, prophetically, Moses, receptive hearts, Aaronic priests, appointment from God, Melchizedek, Christ’s covenant, Christ’s sacrifice, persevere, live right, speak, listenhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-35-hebrews-listening-to-god/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-35-hebrews-listening-to-god/audio.mp3

Lesson 34 - Hebrews - Overview
W. Mark Lanier



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Sat, 30 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 33 - Paul's Last Letter and Last Days
W. Mark Lanier


New Testament Survey – Lesson 33: Paul’s Last Letter (2 Timothy) and Last Days

A quick review of what we know of Paul in the book of the Acts is recounted followed by what took place after events in the Acts. In 2 Timothy Paul is again under arrest in Rome only this time the conditions are much worse and Paul sees the coming of his death. This gives him a special perspective on his hope of salvation, which was based on in whom his faith was placed and not as much on what the doctrine was about. In his ending comments he instructed Timothy to ready in season and out of season to preach the Gospel.



Key Words

Death, imprisonment, dying, Paul, Timothy, Titus, Acts, Clement, Spain, Rome, Caesar Nero, ‘substituted as culprits’, Suetonius, house arrest, persecution, ‘apostle of Christ Jesus’, ‘spirit of timidity’, confidence, faith, suffering, Onesiphorous, endure hardships, disown, faithful, approved, workman, noble instrument, ‘evil desires of youth’, stupid arguments, pursue righteousness, ‘last days’, denial of God, ‘God-breathed’, martyr, Origen, Eusebius, Gaius, Ostian Way, ‘The Acts of Pau;,
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Sat, 23 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno New Testament Survey – Lesson 33: Paul’s Last Letter (2 Timothy) and Last Days A quick review of what we know of Paul in the book of the Acts is recounted followed by what took place after events in the Acts. In 2 Timothy Paul is again under arrest in Rowebmaster@biblical-literacy.com New Testament Survey – Lesson 33: Paul’s Last Letter (2 Timothy) and Last Days A quick review of what we know of Paul in the book of the Acts is recounted followed by what took place after events in the Acts. In 2 Timothy Paul is again under arrest in Rome only this time the conditions are much worse and Paul sees the coming of his death. This gives him a special perspective on his hope of salvation, which was based on in whom his faith was placed and not as much on what the doctrine was about. In his ending comments he instructed Timothy to ready in season and out of season to preach the Gospel. Key Words Death, imprisonment, dying, Paul, Timothy, Titus, Acts, Clement, Spain, Rome, Caesar Nero, ‘substituted as culprits’, Suetonius, house arrest, persecution, ‘apostle of Christ Jesus’, ‘spirit of timidity’, confidence, faith, suffering, Onesiphorous, endure hardships, disown, faithful, approved, workman, noble instrument, ‘evil desires of youth’, stupid arguments, pursue righteousness, ‘last days’, denial of God, ‘God-breathed’, martyr, Origen, Eusebius, Gaius, Ostian Way, ‘The Acts of Pau;, https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-33-pauls-last-letter-and-last-days/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-33-pauls-last-letter-and-last-days/audio.mp3

Lesson 32 - Paul's Letter to Titus
W. Mark lanier


New Testament Survey – Lesson 32: Paul’s Letter to Titus

Titus is both a pastoral letter and it is a thorough to-do list for Titus to follow in the churches Paul expected him to minister within. Titus was a Greek convert of Paul’s who traveled extensively with him; as such he was well versed and shared much of Paul’s understanding of doctrine. And he used him as his agent or representatives to the churches. The letter to Titus provided details of what Titus needed to do to get the churches in order. He gave Titus a list of traits for those Titus would appoint to the Eldership as well as strong words of guidance on how to deal with some of the difficult situations and people he would encounter.



Key Words

Titus, Timothy, ‘To-do’ list, Pastoral Epistle, Jerusalem council, un-circumcised, Crete, Cretans, ‘a servant of God’, ‘apostle of Jesus Christ’, ‘faith’, ‘knowledge’, ‘true son’ in the faith, Jesus’ messenger, Elders, traits, ‘insubordinate empty talkers’, Epimenides, ‘corrupted their consciences’, ‘sound doctrine’, ‘grace of God’, ‘predicate adjective’, self controlled, upright, righteous, subject to rulers, ‘normative’, submissive, obedient, ready for every good work, avoid quarreling, gentle, perfect courtesy, justified, Zenas the Lawyer
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-32-pauls-letter-to-titus/
Tue, 19 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno New Testament Survey – Lesson 32: Paul’s Letter to Titus Titus is both a pastoral letter and it is a thorough to-do list for Titus to follow in the churches Paul expected him to minister within. Titus was a Greek convert of Paul’s who traveled extensivelwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com New Testament Survey – Lesson 32: Paul’s Letter to Titus Titus is both a pastoral letter and it is a thorough to-do list for Titus to follow in the churches Paul expected him to minister within. Titus was a Greek convert of Paul’s who traveled extensively with him; as such he was well versed and shared much of Paul’s understanding of doctrine. And he used him as his agent or representatives to the churches. The letter to Titus provided details of what Titus needed to do to get the churches in order. He gave Titus a list of traits for those Titus would appoint to the Eldership as well as strong words of guidance on how to deal with some of the difficult situations and people he would encounter. Key Words Titus, Timothy, ‘To-do’ list, Pastoral Epistle, Jerusalem council, un-circumcised, Crete, Cretans, ‘a servant of God’, ‘apostle of Jesus Christ’, ‘faith’, ‘knowledge’, ‘true son’ in the faith, Jesus’ messenger, Elders, traits, ‘insubordinate empty talkers’, Epimenides, ‘corrupted their consciences’, ‘sound doctrine’, ‘grace of God’, ‘predicate adjective’, self controlled, upright, righteous, subject to rulers, ‘normative’, submissive, obedient, ready for every good work, avoid quarreling, gentle, perfect courtesy, justified, Zenas the Lawyer https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-32-pauls-letter-to-titus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-32-pauls-letter-to-titus/audio.mp3

Lesson 31 - Paul's Life after Acts and 1 Timothy
W. Mark Linear


New Testament Survey – Lesson 31: Paul’s Life After Acts and 1Timothy

A number of scholars believe Timothy was serving in Ephesus when he received the first of Paul’s two letters that bear his name. The rise of false teachers and leaders that had lost their way in the Christian life were focal points of Paul’s instructions. Timothy was to train for real godliness. He clarified the qualifications for overseers and deacons. And he urged him to pursue godliness so he could be found blameless.



Key Words

Something on a stick, pastoral advice, house arrest, Rome, appealing, King Agrippa, Festus, Eusebius, pastoral epistles, instruction, missionary journey, Ephesus, my true child in the faith, false teachers, myths, genealogies, vain discussions, lawless, disobedient sinners, vilest sinner, mercy, prayers, youth, elders, overseers, deacons, leadership, dignified, social club, self-deprivation, holy, widows, slaves, sound doctrine, fight the good fight of faith, prayer
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-31-pauls-life-after-acts-and-1-timothy/
Wed, 13 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno New Testament Survey – Lesson 31: Paul’s Life After Acts and 1Timothy A number of scholars believe Timothy was serving in Ephesus when he received the first of Paul’s two letters that bear his name. The rise of false teachers and leaders that had lost thwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com New Testament Survey – Lesson 31: Paul’s Life After Acts and 1Timothy A number of scholars believe Timothy was serving in Ephesus when he received the first of Paul’s two letters that bear his name. The rise of false teachers and leaders that had lost their way in the Christian life were focal points of Paul’s instructions. Timothy was to train for real godliness. He clarified the qualifications for overseers and deacons. And he urged him to pursue godliness so he could be found blameless. Key Words Something on a stick, pastoral advice, house arrest, Rome, appealing, King Agrippa, Festus, Eusebius, pastoral epistles, instruction, missionary journey, Ephesus, my true child in the faith, false teachers, myths, genealogies, vain discussions, lawless, disobedient sinners, vilest sinner, mercy, prayers, youth, elders, overseers, deacons, leadership, dignified, social club, self-deprivation, holy, widows, slaves, sound doctrine, fight the good fight of faith, prayer https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-31-pauls-life-after-acts-and-1-timothy/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-31-pauls-life-after-acts-and-1-timothy/audio.mp3

Lesson 30 - Ephesians
W. Mark Lanier


New Testament Survey – Lesson 31: Paul’s Life After Acts and 1Timothy
Paul’s letter to the Ephesians begins with 10 English sentences that show his thankfulness to God for all He’s done through Jesus Christ. Paul is overwhelmed and overjoyed with God’s blessings. Mark points out how Paul experienced the mystery of Jews and Gentiles united as brothers and sisters in Christ. What a grand call to unity! But in being believers, saved by grace, we have a responsibility to fight the spiritual battle for truth. Have you ever questioned what true obedience means in our world? How can we put on the full armor of God?
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-30-ephesians/
Fri, 08 Jan 2016 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoNew Testament Survey – Lesson 31: Paul’s Life After Acts and 1Timothy Paul’s letter to the Ephesians begins with 10 English sentences that show his thankfulness to God for all He’s done through Jesus Christ. Paul is overwhelmed and overjoyed with God’s blwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comNew Testament Survey – Lesson 31: Paul’s Life After Acts and 1Timothy Paul’s letter to the Ephesians begins with 10 English sentences that show his thankfulness to God for all He’s done through Jesus Christ. Paul is overwhelmed and overjoyed with God’s blessings. Mark points out how Paul experienced the mystery of Jews and Gentiles united as brothers and sisters in Christ. What a grand call to unity! But in being believers, saved by grace, we have a responsibility to fight the spiritual battle for truth. Have you ever questioned what true obedience means in our world? How can we put on the full armor of God?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-30-ephesians/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-30-ephesians/audio.mp3

LGG 15 - The Nativity
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 15 – The Nativity in Matthew

Matthews Nativity story is analyzed using the tools previously discussed in the Greek lessons, namely: Puns, Emphasis, Verbal Aspect, the Greek Y’all. The ‘take-aways’ include: The incarnate Jesus was not God with us. He is God with us! Generations come and go, but we can find Jesus each day in everyone. Jesus Christ came in the flesh! Matt. 1:1-2:23



Key Words

Christmas, nativity, Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas, puns, perspective, ginomai, “genesis”, “birth”, genealogy”, “offspring”, “family”, ginnao, “to be the father of”, “to bear”, “to begat”, genea, generation, “Immanuel”, “biblos geneseos”
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Tue, 15 Dec 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Life Group Greek: Lesson 15 – The Nativity in Matthew Matthews Nativity story is analyzed using the tools previously discussed in the Greek lessons, namely: Puns, Emphasis, Verbal Aspect, the Greek Y’all. The ‘take-aways’ include: The incarnate Jesus waswebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Life Group Greek: Lesson 15 – The Nativity in Matthew Matthews Nativity story is analyzed using the tools previously discussed in the Greek lessons, namely: Puns, Emphasis, Verbal Aspect, the Greek Y’all. The ‘take-aways’ include: The incarnate Jesus was not God with us. He is God with us! Generations come and go, but we can find Jesus each day in everyone. Jesus Christ came in the flesh! Matt. 1:1-2:23 Key Words Christmas, nativity, Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas, puns, perspective, ginomai, “genesis”, “birth”, genealogy”, “offspring”, “family”, ginnao, “to be the father of”, “to bear”, “to begat”, genea, generation, “Immanuel”, “biblos geneseos” https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-15-the-nativity/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-15-the-nativity/audio.mp3

LGG 14 - The Gentive Case
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 14 – The Genitive Case and the Faith of Christ

The genitive case, as it is called, generally operates to limit a noun. This is the ending that is typically translated as “of”. The phrase, “the love of Christ,” which could either mean our faith in Christ, or, the faith that Christ has, is evaluated from all aspects of the genitive case citing various verses, such as: Rom. 3:22; Rm. 3:26; Gal. 2:16; Gal. 2:20; Gal. 3:22; Phil. 3:9. Comparisons of syntax, context and theology are discussed.



Key Words

Genitive case, nouns, “the love of Christ”, Christ’s love for us, “faith of Jesus”, “objective genitive”, “subjective genitive”, faithfulness, syntax, context, righteousness, “faith alone”, sola fide, orthodoxy, Robert D. Brinsmead, “saving faith”, perfect faith of Christ, “Young’s Literal Translation
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lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-14-the-gentive-case/
Mon, 07 Dec 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Life Group Greek: Lesson 14 – The Genitive Case and the Faith of Christ The genitive case, as it is called, generally operates to limit a noun. This is the ending that is typically translated as “of”. The phrase, “the love of Christ,” which could either webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Life Group Greek: Lesson 14 – The Genitive Case and the Faith of Christ The genitive case, as it is called, generally operates to limit a noun. This is the ending that is typically translated as “of”. The phrase, “the love of Christ,” which could either mean our faith in Christ, or, the faith that Christ has, is evaluated from all aspects of the genitive case citing various verses, such as: Rom. 3:22; Rm. 3:26; Gal. 2:16; Gal. 2:20; Gal. 3:22; Phil. 3:9. Comparisons of syntax, context and theology are discussed. Key Words Genitive case, nouns, “the love of Christ”, Christ’s love for us, “faith of Jesus”, “objective genitive”, “subjective genitive”, faithfulness, syntax, context, righteousness, “faith alone”, sola fide, orthodoxy, Robert D. Brinsmead, “saving faith”, perfect faith of Christ, “Young’s Literal Translation https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-14-the-gentive-case/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-14-the-gentive-case/audio.mp3

LGG 11 - Vocabulary: Greek Puns
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 11 – Greek Puns
Puns are fun ways to play around with words and they make things memorable, humorous, interesting and though provoking. Puns also package two meanings into the same statement. There are numerous examples throughout the New Testament and unless one studies Greek one might miss the nuance provided by the puns. Six examples are included that range from Matthew, Luke, John, Philemon and Philippians.


Key Words
Puns, paly on words, double meanings, camel gamla, swallow, gama, louse, qalma, Sermon on the Mount, disfigure, seen, phaino, hypocrites, favor, dekton, acceptable, born again, anothen, from above, pneuma, spirit, wind, Spirit, Nicodemus, sound, phone, voice, overcome, katalambano, to take, grasp, caught, adultery, Philemon, Onesimus, profit advantage, useful, benefit, all, pas
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Wed, 18 Nov 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoLife Group Greek: Lesson 11 – Greek Puns Puns are fun ways to play around with words and they make things memorable, humorous, interesting and though provoking. Puns also package two meanings into the same statement. There are numerous examples throughoutwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comLife Group Greek: Lesson 11 – Greek Puns Puns are fun ways to play around with words and they make things memorable, humorous, interesting and though provoking. Puns also package two meanings into the same statement. There are numerous examples throughout the New Testament and unless one studies Greek one might miss the nuance provided by the puns. Six examples are included that range from Matthew, Luke, John, Philemon and Philippians. Key Words Puns, paly on words, double meanings, camel gamla, swallow, gama, louse, qalma, Sermon on the Mount, disfigure, seen, phaino, hypocrites, favor, dekton, acceptable, born again, anothen, from above, pneuma, spirit, wind, Spirit, Nicodemus, sound, phone, voice, overcome, katalambano, to take, grasp, caught, adultery, Philemon, Onesimus, profit advantage, useful, benefit, all, pashttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-11-vocabulary-greek-puns/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-11-vocabulary-greek-puns/audio.mp3

LGG 09 - Vocabulary: Verbal Aspect
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 9 – Verbal Aspect

The main Greek tenses are: ‘aorist’, ‘present’ and ‘imperfect’ and the ‘perfect’ tense. The ‘aorist’ tense occurs where the writer wants to show action as complete within itself, with no particular emphasis on the events spoken of. It is the “default” tense. When the ‘present’ and ‘imperfect tenses are used, attention is commanded. The action of these verbs is focused on it being in progress. The ‘perfect’ tense references a state of affairs. Greek grammarian Stanley Porter uses the bookcase analogy to show the differences in these three types of tenses. He teaches that we can think of the three categories of thought as “background” (the bookcase), “foreground” (one book shelf), and “frontground” (one selected book)





Key Words

Emphasis, ‘aorist’ tense, ‘present’ tense, ‘imperfect’ tense, ‘perfect’ tense, the bookcase, the bookshelf, the book, ‘forest verb’, narrative events, the ‘default’ tense, action in progress, state of affairs, foreground, ‘frontground’, relief map, verbs, viewpoint
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Tue, 10 Nov 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Life Group Greek: Lesson 9 – Verbal Aspect The main Greek tenses are: ‘aorist’, ‘present’ and ‘imperfect’ and the ‘perfect’ tense. The ‘aorist’ tense occurs where the writer wants to show action as complete within itself, with no particular emphasis on twebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Life Group Greek: Lesson 9 – Verbal Aspect The main Greek tenses are: ‘aorist’, ‘present’ and ‘imperfect’ and the ‘perfect’ tense. The ‘aorist’ tense occurs where the writer wants to show action as complete within itself, with no particular emphasis on the events spoken of. It is the “default” tense. When the ‘present’ and ‘imperfect tenses are used, attention is commanded. The action of these verbs is focused on it being in progress. The ‘perfect’ tense references a state of affairs. Greek grammarian Stanley Porter uses the bookcase analogy to show the differences in these three types of tenses. He teaches that we can think of the three categories of thought as “background” (the bookcase), “foreground” (one book shelf), and “frontground” (one selected book) Key Words Emphasis, ‘aorist’ tense, ‘present’ tense, ‘imperfect’ tense, ‘perfect’ tense, the bookcase, the bookshelf, the book, ‘forest verb’, narrative events, the ‘default’ tense, action in progress, state of affairs, foreground, ‘frontground’, relief map, verbs, viewpoint https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-09-vocabulary-verbal-aspect/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-09-vocabulary-verbal-aspect/audio.mp3

LGG 10 - Vocabulary: Verbal Aspect Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 10 – Verbal Aspect Part 2

Further to last weeks lesson on the verb tenses, another way to illustrate the “aorist” tense is to consider a modern news report on a hurricane: the satellite view is likened to the “aorist” view, which is the most common tense used in Biblical Greek and it provides background information; the “on-the-scene” reporting is likened to the “present” or “imperfect” tense because it provides information on what is happening in the here and now. This is applied on sections from Ephesians (1:3-14, 1:15-23, 2:1-10). Considering the verbs as portraying action from different perspectives allows the reader to see an emphasis from a different viewpoint and not only enhances the understanding but makes reading it more fun.





Key Words

Emphasis, ‘aorist’ tense, ‘present’ tense, ‘imperfect’ tense, ‘perfect’ tense, the bookcase, the bookshelf, the book, ‘forest verb’, narrative events, the ‘default’ tense, action in progress, state of affairs, foreground, ‘frontground’, relief map, verbs, viewpoint
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Tue, 10 Nov 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Life Group Greek: Lesson 10 – Verbal Aspect Part 2 Further to last weeks lesson on the verb tenses, another way to illustrate the “aorist” tense is to consider a modern news report on a hurricane: the satellite view is likened to the “aorist” view, whichwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Life Group Greek: Lesson 10 – Verbal Aspect Part 2 Further to last weeks lesson on the verb tenses, another way to illustrate the “aorist” tense is to consider a modern news report on a hurricane: the satellite view is likened to the “aorist” view, which is the most common tense used in Biblical Greek and it provides background information; the “on-the-scene” reporting is likened to the “present” or “imperfect” tense because it provides information on what is happening in the here and now. This is applied on sections from Ephesians (1:3-14, 1:15-23, 2:1-10). Considering the verbs as portraying action from different perspectives allows the reader to see an emphasis from a different viewpoint and not only enhances the understanding but makes reading it more fun. Key Words Emphasis, ‘aorist’ tense, ‘present’ tense, ‘imperfect’ tense, ‘perfect’ tense, the bookcase, the bookshelf, the book, ‘forest verb’, narrative events, the ‘default’ tense, action in progress, state of affairs, foreground, ‘frontground’, relief map, verbs, viewpoint https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-10-vocabulary-verbal-aspect-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-10-vocabulary-verbal-aspect-part-2/audio.mp3

LGG 07 - Vocabulary: Theological Language
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 7- Theological Language

There are Greek words that held a common meaning in their day, but also could hold a more specific meaning for the Christian community. This lesson will discuss how this could affect the translation of: “diabolos” or slanderer; “Church (“Ekklesia”), “Apostle”; and, “Grace” (Charis). The dichotomy in usage, between the secular and the sacred, calls for the translator to determine whether a Greek word is being used in its common sense, or in a particular religious sense. And many of our words have lost some of their original meanings.



Key Words

Balance, symmetry, semantic, dichotomy, sacred, secular, diabolos, slanderer, accuser, “the devil”, “church”, “called out”, legislative body, community, congregation, assembly, Apostle, “kaleo”, “to call, summon, or invite”, messenger, envoy, Grace, Charis, favor, thanks
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Mon, 05 Oct 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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LGG 06 - Balaning (μέν, δέ)
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 6- Balancing

Particles: A word expressing a mode of thought, considered either in isolation or in relation to another thought, or a mood of emotion. “Men” and “de”, are often used together as a contrast…on the one hand….and, on the other hand. There are many examples in the New Testament of the contrasts between one thought and another that use these terms to set them apart. Illustrations are presented with several verses.



Key Words

Decisions, contrast, “men”, “on the one hand”, “de”, “on the other hand”, “but”, “Hebrews”, Paul, Levitical Priesthood,
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Fri, 25 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Life Group Greek: Lesson 6- Balancing Particles: A word expressing a mode of thought, considered either in isolation or in relation to another thought, or a mood of emotion. “Men” and “de”, are often used together as a contrast…on the one hand….and, on twebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Life Group Greek: Lesson 6- Balancing Particles: A word expressing a mode of thought, considered either in isolation or in relation to another thought, or a mood of emotion. “Men” and “de”, are often used together as a contrast…on the one hand….and, on the other hand. There are many examples in the New Testament of the contrasts between one thought and another that use these terms to set them apart. Illustrations are presented with several verses. Key Words Decisions, contrast, “men”, “on the one hand”, “de”, “on the other hand”, “but”, “Hebrews”, Paul, Levitical Priesthood, https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-06-balaning-%ce%bc%ce%ad%ce%bd-%ce%b4%ce%ad/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-06-balaning-%ce%bc%ce%ad%ce%bd-%ce%b4%ce%ad/audio.mp3

LGG 05 - Emphasis Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 5- Balancing

In English, and particularly since the introduction of word processors, we have numerous ways of emphasizing our written words. We can use bold font, or underline word, or we can capitalize letters, or we can use punctuation. But the ancient Greek writers did not have these tools at their disposal. Instead they used word order or key words, or they used the sentence subject twice. Matthew for example, frequently uses the Greek word “idou” for emphasis. When it is translated, the word can mean, “behold,” or, “look,” or “see.” Several examples of these techniques are shown in this lesson.



Key Words

Greek tools for emphasis, word order, key words, double subject, “idou”, “tags”, grammatical decision, decision of emphasis, Lord’s Prayer, Father, “Pater”, “hemon”, faithfulness, R. C. H. Lenski, “autou”, “gar”, “esmen”, poiema”, “Bam”, “like”, “behold”, “look”, verb ending, “stem”, “legeis”, “expressed pronominal subjects”, “ego eimi”, “estin”,
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Sun, 20 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Life Group Greek: Lesson 5- Balancing In English, and particularly since the introduction of word processors, we have numerous ways of emphasizing our written words. We can use bold font, or underline word, or we can capitalize letters, or we can use punwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Life Group Greek: Lesson 5- Balancing In English, and particularly since the introduction of word processors, we have numerous ways of emphasizing our written words. We can use bold font, or underline word, or we can capitalize letters, or we can use punctuation. But the ancient Greek writers did not have these tools at their disposal. Instead they used word order or key words, or they used the sentence subject twice. Matthew for example, frequently uses the Greek word “idou” for emphasis. When it is translated, the word can mean, “behold,” or, “look,” or “see.” Several examples of these techniques are shown in this lesson. Key Words Greek tools for emphasis, word order, key words, double subject, “idou”, “tags”, grammatical decision, decision of emphasis, Lord’s Prayer, Father, “Pater”, “hemon”, faithfulness, R. C. H. Lenski, “autou”, “gar”, “esmen”, poiema”, “Bam”, “like”, “behold”, “look”, verb ending, “stem”, “legeis”, “expressed pronominal subjects”, “ego eimi”, “estin”, https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-05-emphasis-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-05-emphasis-part-2/audio.mp3

LGG 04 - Emphasis
W. Mark Lanier



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Sat, 12 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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LGG 03 - Vocabulary Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 3 – Vocabulary
The vocabulary words for this lesson are dikaios, which can be translated righteousness or justification; Hagios, or Holy; and, Pistis, which is translated as faith, or belief. Many of our English words are mixed from Germanic or Latin roots. In this case righteousness is from the Germanic root meaning, “just, upright, virtuous, guiltless, sinless: conforming to the divine or moral law”. Justified is from the Latin root, ‘ius’ meaning, “right, law or justice. The words holy, hallowed, consecrate, sacred, sanctify, sanctification and saint are all from the same Greek word, Hagios.

Key Words
Dikaios, dikaiosune, righteous, righteousness, justified, justification, consistent holiness, ‘righteous-fied’, Germanic, Latin, Hagios, holy, hallowed, consecrate, sacred, sanctify, sanctification, saint, ‘halud’, ‘Consecrare’, ‘sacer’, dedicated, set apart, ‘sanctus’, ‘hagiazo’, holiness, ‘Hagiosune’, believe, belief, ‘pisteuo’, entrusted
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Thu, 10 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoLife Group Greek: Lesson 3 – Vocabulary The vocabulary words for this lesson are dikaios, which can be translated righteousness or justification; Hagios, or Holy; and, Pistis, which is translated as faith, or belief. Many of our English words are mixed frwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comLife Group Greek: Lesson 3 – Vocabulary The vocabulary words for this lesson are dikaios, which can be translated righteousness or justification; Hagios, or Holy; and, Pistis, which is translated as faith, or belief. Many of our English words are mixed from Germanic or Latin roots. In this case righteousness is from the Germanic root meaning, “just, upright, virtuous, guiltless, sinless: conforming to the divine or moral law”. Justified is from the Latin root, ‘ius’ meaning, “right, law or justice. The words holy, hallowed, consecrate, sacred, sanctify, sanctification and saint are all from the same Greek word, Hagios. Key Words Dikaios, dikaiosune, righteous, righteousness, justified, justification, consistent holiness, ‘righteous-fied’, Germanic, Latin, Hagios, holy, hallowed, consecrate, sacred, sanctify, sanctification, saint, ‘halud’, ‘Consecrare’, ‘sacer’, dedicated, set apart, ‘sanctus’, ‘hagiazo’, holiness, ‘Hagiosune’, believe, belief, ‘pisteuo’, entrusted https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-03-vocabulary-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-03-vocabulary-part-3/audio.mp3

LGG 02 - Vocabulary Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Life Group Greek: Lesson 2 – Vocabulary
The vocabulary word for this lesson is elpis, which can be translated hope or confident expectation. This is in contrast to the hope one has in a winning lottery ticket. There are 53 instances where this word is used in the New Testament. The Apostle Paul used the word 36 times and in many of these references he combines it with faith and love. We see clearly from Paul’s writings that his elpis was built firmly on God’s character as revealed in the actions of Christ’s redemption.

Key Words
elpis, hope confident expectation, ‘fingers crossed’, slave girl, fortune-teller, Paul’s shipwreck, faith, love, waiting, steadfast, unchanging, suffering, helmet for salvation, God’s character, Christ’s redemption, nature’s travail, rejoice, coming glory, ‘peace that passes understanding’, ‘Scandal of Grace, Hillsong’, glorious inheritance, assurance
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Sun, 30 Aug 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoLife Group Greek: Lesson 2 – Vocabulary The vocabulary word for this lesson is elpis, which can be translated hope or confident expectation. This is in contrast to the hope one has in a winning lottery ticket. There are 53 instances where this word is usewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comLife Group Greek: Lesson 2 – Vocabulary The vocabulary word for this lesson is elpis, which can be translated hope or confident expectation. This is in contrast to the hope one has in a winning lottery ticket. There are 53 instances where this word is used in the New Testament. The Apostle Paul used the word 36 times and in many of these references he combines it with faith and love. We see clearly from Paul’s writings that his elpis was built firmly on God’s character as revealed in the actions of Christ’s redemption. Key Words elpis, hope confident expectation, ‘fingers crossed’, slave girl, fortune-teller, Paul’s shipwreck, faith, love, waiting, steadfast, unchanging, suffering, helmet for salvation, God’s character, Christ’s redemption, nature’s travail, rejoice, coming glory, ‘peace that passes understanding’, ‘Scandal of Grace, Hillsong’, glorious inheritance, assurance https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-02-vocabulary-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-02-vocabulary-part-2/audio.mp3

LGG 01 - Vocabulary
W. Mark Lanier


LGG 01 - Vocabulary

One of the best ways to illustrate the difficulty on translating Greek into modern English is by considering several words as representative examples. Tetelestai, which is translated as “it is finished” and teleios, which is translated “perfect”, “mature”, or “full”, are investigated in the lesson this week.



Key Words

Translation, vocabulary, tetelestai, teleios, teleo, oracle, finished, to fulfill, teleioo, one-to-one translation, Theology, culture, Hebraisms, perfect, mature, full, measure up, merit, meeting the highest standard, fulfill obligations, tzadik,
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Thu, 27 Aug 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno LGG 01 - Vocabulary One of the best ways to illustrate the difficulty on translating Greek into modern English is by considering several words as representative examples. Tetelestai, which is translated as “it is finished” and teleios, which is translatewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com LGG 01 - Vocabulary One of the best ways to illustrate the difficulty on translating Greek into modern English is by considering several words as representative examples. Tetelestai, which is translated as “it is finished” and teleios, which is translated “perfect”, “mature”, or “full”, are investigated in the lesson this week. Key Words Translation, vocabulary, tetelestai, teleios, teleo, oracle, finished, to fulfill, teleioo, one-to-one translation, Theology, culture, Hebraisms, perfect, mature, full, measure up, merit, meeting the highest standard, fulfill obligations, tzadik, https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-01-vocabulary/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-01-vocabulary/audio.mp3

LGG 00 - Introduction
W. Mark Lanier


LGG 00 - Introduction to Greek

According to Wikipedia there are 104 English translations of the full Bible. Over time the English language usage has changed just as did the Greek language. Translators must try to make the new translations relevant and are forced to choose between “formal equivalence”, which is word for word translation, or, “dynamic equivalence”, which strives to reproduce what the original audience actually heard. There are also challenges in choosing the most appropriate vocabulary word. At times there are several English words that could be selected for a given Greek word and at times the opposite is true. Additionally, there are theological or cultural concepts that have been given certain English words that may not capture the original Greek concept. And there are certain Hebrew concepts that were translated into Greek and a strict translation may not capture the original meaning.



Key Words

Translation, NIV, KJV, NASB, ESV, RASB, “gender-neutral”, “breathing mark”, “formal equivalence”, “dynamic equivalence”, “functional equivalence”, “paraphrase”, “man”, Robert Cawdry, extinct, extinguish, scene, Old Testament, New Testament, Septuagint, Church Fathers, Papyri, vocabulary, love, agapao, phileo, theology, baptize, paidagogos, Hebraisms, hosanna, Aramaic, “positive adjective”


 

 
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lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-00-introduction/
Sat, 22 Aug 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno LGG 00 - Introduction to Greek According to Wikipedia there are 104 English translations of the full Bible. Over time the English language usage has changed just as did the Greek language. Translators must try to make the new translations relevant and arwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com LGG 00 - Introduction to Greek According to Wikipedia there are 104 English translations of the full Bible. Over time the English language usage has changed just as did the Greek language. Translators must try to make the new translations relevant and are forced to choose between “formal equivalence”, which is word for word translation, or, “dynamic equivalence”, which strives to reproduce what the original audience actually heard. There are also challenges in choosing the most appropriate vocabulary word. At times there are several English words that could be selected for a given Greek word and at times the opposite is true. Additionally, there are theological or cultural concepts that have been given certain English words that may not capture the original Greek concept. And there are certain Hebrew concepts that were translated into Greek and a strict translation may not capture the original meaning. Key Words Translation, NIV, KJV, NASB, ESV, RASB, “gender-neutral”, “breathing mark”, “formal equivalence”, “dynamic equivalence”, “functional equivalence”, “paraphrase”, “man”, Robert Cawdry, extinct, extinguish, scene, Old Testament, New Testament, Septuagint, Church Fathers, Papyri, vocabulary, love, agapao, phileo, theology, baptize, paidagogos, Hebraisms, hosanna, Aramaic, “positive adjective”     https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-00-introduction/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/life-group-greek/lgg-00-introduction/audio.mp3

CH23 Baptist History Part 1 and 2
Brent Johnson


Church History: Chapter 23 – Baptist History – Part 1 and 2


Many associate the Baptist Church to the Anabaptist and Mennonite movement, which share the belief of “believer’s baptism”. The Free Church movement in England gave birth to a number of Christian expressions, and was to establish a faith and practice that was free form domination and “control” by “secular” or government forces. The printing press had a powerful influence on the Free Church movement in that Bibles were printed for all to read. As people sought to live out a direct and personal relationship to God instead of just affiliating with the local Church, the Free Church was begun. Roger Williams, John Clarke, and Henry Dunster were instrumental in helping the Baptist movement to grow in early America.





Key Words


Baptist, “Perpetuity”, Anabaptist, Mennonite, Puritan, “Separatist Movement”, “Free Church”, Reformation, Thomas Helwys, John Smythe, “General Baptist”, 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith, “Pilgrim’s Progress”,  the Trinity, Creation, the Fall, Justification, Sanctification, Repentance, Baptism, The Lord’s Supper, Judgment and the Afterlife, “Catabaptists, “perverted baptism”, “rebaptized”, Albert Henry Newman, Nicene Creed, infant baptism, Roger Williams, Boston Church, Plymouth Colony, Rhode Island, Providence, regenerate believers, Ezekiel Holliman, John Clarke, Newport, RI, Henry Dunster, Harvard, Issac Backus, Virginians, Eugene Bucklin, Bowen, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Constitution, Baptist General Committee,
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lessons/church-history/ch23-baptist-history-part-1-and-2/
Sat, 15 Aug 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 23 – Baptist History – Part 1 and 2 Many associate the Baptist Church to the Anabaptist and Mennonite movement, which share the belief of “believer’s baptism”. The Free Church movement in England gave birth to a number of Christiawebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 23 – Baptist History – Part 1 and 2 Many associate the Baptist Church to the Anabaptist and Mennonite movement, which share the belief of “believer’s baptism”. The Free Church movement in England gave birth to a number of Christian expressions, and was to establish a faith and practice that was free form domination and “control” by “secular” or government forces. The printing press had a powerful influence on the Free Church movement in that Bibles were printed for all to read. As people sought to live out a direct and personal relationship to God instead of just affiliating with the local Church, the Free Church was begun. Roger Williams, John Clarke, and Henry Dunster were instrumental in helping the Baptist movement to grow in early America. Key Words Baptist, “Perpetuity”, Anabaptist, Mennonite, Puritan, “Separatist Movement”, “Free Church”, Reformation, Thomas Helwys, John Smythe, “General Baptist”, 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith, “Pilgrim’s Progress”,  the Trinity, Creation, the Fall, Justification, Sanctification, Repentance, Baptism, The Lord’s Supper, Judgment and the Afterlife, “Catabaptists, “perverted baptism”, “rebaptized”, Albert Henry Newman, Nicene Creed, infant baptism, Roger Williams, Boston Church, Plymouth Colony, Rhode Island, Providence, regenerate believers, Ezekiel Holliman, John Clarke, Newport, RI, Henry Dunster, Harvard, Issac Backus, Virginians, Eugene Bucklin, Bowen, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Constitution, Baptist General Committee, https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch23-baptist-history-part-1-and-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch23-baptist-history-part-1-and-2/audio.mp3

CH 22 Gregory the Great
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 22 – Gregory the Great

Gregory the Great was one of the four “Doctors” of the early Latin Church. He was born in 540 A.D. in a well to do Christian family in Rome. He spent six years in Constantinople where he spent a great deal of time teaching and defending the faith. When he returned to Rome he became the Pope and led the Church through the plague and invasions of the Lombards. He was a prolific writer and from his writings we can appreciate his views on the Bible, the Church, the Devil and pastoral care.



Key Words

Gregory, “Church Fathers”, “Doctors”, Latin Church Fathers, Pope of Rome, “Prefecture of Rome”, Benedict, Saint Andrew, Constantinople, Pope Pelagius II, “leisurely freedom”, otium, negotiam, Augustine of Canterbury, Gregorian Chants, “God bless you”, Venantius, revelation, allegory, Benedictine monks, Angleish, “corner”, Satan, Pastoral care
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Mon, 03 Aug 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 22 – Gregory the Great Gregory the Great was one of the four “Doctors” of the early Latin Church. He was born in 540 A.D. in a well to do Christian family in Rome. He spent six years in Constantinople where he spent a great deal owebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 22 – Gregory the Great Gregory the Great was one of the four “Doctors” of the early Latin Church. He was born in 540 A.D. in a well to do Christian family in Rome. He spent six years in Constantinople where he spent a great deal of time teaching and defending the faith. When he returned to Rome he became the Pope and led the Church through the plague and invasions of the Lombards. He was a prolific writer and from his writings we can appreciate his views on the Bible, the Church, the Devil and pastoral care. Key Words Gregory, “Church Fathers”, “Doctors”, Latin Church Fathers, Pope of Rome, “Prefecture of Rome”, Benedict, Saint Andrew, Constantinople, Pope Pelagius II, “leisurely freedom”, otium, negotiam, Augustine of Canterbury, Gregorian Chants, “God bless you”, Venantius, revelation, allegory, Benedictine monks, Angleish, “corner”, Satan, Pastoral care https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch-22-gregory-the-great/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch-22-gregory-the-great/audio.mp3

CH21 Muhammad and Islam-Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 21 – Turning Points: Mohammad and Islam – Part 2

Although an initial and superficial glance can show Islam and Christianity having great similarities, there are numerous core belief differences. The core Christian truth that we are sinners saved by grace stands in direct opposition to the teaching of Islam; The Qur’an teaches that man makes choices to sin or live righteously. In fact, there are a number of Christian scholars who consider Muhammad to have been a Christian heretic, rather than an instigator of a new faith.



Key Words
Islam, Muslim, Christian, heresy, Arian, truth, cotyledon, Allah, Qur’an, Koran, Messiah, Semitic, Shalom, surrender, peace, God Breathed, Dead Sea Scrolls, ‘Surahs”, John Mansur, St. John of Damascus, grace, atoning, justified, salvation, pillars, original sin, judgment day, faith, Church, assembly, worship, prayer, just war,
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lessons/church-history/ch21-muhammad-and-islam-part-2/
Wed, 29 Jul 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 21 – Turning Points: Mohammad and Islam – Part 2 Although an initial and superficial glance can show Islam and Christianity having great similarities, there are numerous core belief differences. The core Christian truth that we arwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 21 – Turning Points: Mohammad and Islam – Part 2 Although an initial and superficial glance can show Islam and Christianity having great similarities, there are numerous core belief differences. The core Christian truth that we are sinners saved by grace stands in direct opposition to the teaching of Islam; The Qur’an teaches that man makes choices to sin or live righteously. In fact, there are a number of Christian scholars who consider Muhammad to have been a Christian heretic, rather than an instigator of a new faith. Key Words Islam, Muslim, Christian, heresy, Arian, truth, cotyledon, Allah, Qur’an, Koran, Messiah, Semitic, Shalom, surrender, peace, God Breathed, Dead Sea Scrolls, ‘Surahs”, John Mansur, St. John of Damascus, grace, atoning, justified, salvation, pillars, original sin, judgment day, faith, Church, assembly, worship, prayer, just war,https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch21-muhammad-and-islam-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch21-muhammad-and-islam-part-2/audio.mp3

CH19 St. Patrick
Brent Johnson


Church History: Chapter 19 – St. Patrick

St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain, but at the age of 16 was taken to Ireland and put in slavery. He was put in charge of his master’s sheep and as he spent a lot of time away from family and friends he spent his time contemplating his sinfulness. God used this time of persecution and isolation to work in Patrick’s heart and mind and he gave his life to God. He wrote his Confessions as a guide for those who came after him and it is evidence of how much God had spoken to him. He returned to Britain and after a number of years returned to Ireland where he became the first missionary there and led many into conversion.



Key Words

St. Patrick, Confessions, Coroticus, The Epistle to Coroticus, Faed Fiada, Deer’s Cry, Roman Britain, Ireland, slavery, Diocletian, “Fall of the Roman Empire,” “Middle Ages,” Clyde River, shepherd, visions, dreams, Bishop
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Tue, 21 Jul 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 19 – St. Patrick St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain, but at the age of 16 was taken to Ireland and put in slavery. He was put in charge of his master’s sheep and as he spent a lot of time away from family and friends he spent hwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 19 – St. Patrick St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain, but at the age of 16 was taken to Ireland and put in slavery. He was put in charge of his master’s sheep and as he spent a lot of time away from family and friends he spent his time contemplating his sinfulness. God used this time of persecution and isolation to work in Patrick’s heart and mind and he gave his life to God. He wrote his Confessions as a guide for those who came after him and it is evidence of how much God had spoken to him. He returned to Britain and after a number of years returned to Ireland where he became the first missionary there and led many into conversion. Key Words St. Patrick, Confessions, Coroticus, The Epistle to Coroticus, Faed Fiada, Deer’s Cry, Roman Britain, Ireland, slavery, Diocletian, “Fall of the Roman Empire,” “Middle Ages,” Clyde River, shepherd, visions, dreams, Bishop https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch19-st-patrick/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch19-st-patrick/audio.mp3

CH20 Muhammad and Islam-Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 20 – Turning Points: Mohammad and Islam

Muhammad, was born around 570 A.D. Both of his parents died before he was six years old and he became a nomad joining a tribe of one of his relatives. Most of the information we have about him is second hand. He had numerous visions or dreams where he was “told by Gabriel” to “Recite.” These visions became commandments that were recorded in the Koran. He was rejected by many because he taught a monotheism which upset the idol worshippers of the time. Islam claims that Mohammad fulfilled a prophecy of Jesus in that he was the counselor Jesus promised.



Key Words

Goths, Vandals, Lombards, Arabs, Islam, Muslims, Sunnis, Shiites, ISIS, Constantinople, “Byzantine”, “Near East”, Sasian Kingdom, Sasanian Empire, Semitic, Shem, Zoroastrianism, Zoroaster, “Angra Mainyu”, “Ahura Mazda”, Nestorius, nomadic peoples, tents, families, clans, tribes, Mecca, Arabian Peninsula, cube, Ka’ba, Koran, Quraysh tribe, Zamzam spring, Hashimite clan, monotheist, hunafa, Mount Hira, Ramadan, Gabriel, “Jibra’eel”, The “Messenger of God”, paraklete, counselor, Yathrib, Medina, Najran, Yemen, Euthyches, Chalcedonian council, Sabaeans, Allah, Abu Bakr, Umar, Utham, Hadith, five “pillars”, “Salah”’ “Zakat”, “Sawm”, “Hajj”, visions descended
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Tue, 21 Jul 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 20 – Turning Points: Mohammad and Islam Muhammad, was born around 570 A.D. Both of his parents died before he was six years old and he became a nomad joining a tribe of one of his relatives. Most of the information we have about hwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 20 – Turning Points: Mohammad and Islam Muhammad, was born around 570 A.D. Both of his parents died before he was six years old and he became a nomad joining a tribe of one of his relatives. Most of the information we have about him is second hand. He had numerous visions or dreams where he was “told by Gabriel” to “Recite.” These visions became commandments that were recorded in the Koran. He was rejected by many because he taught a monotheism which upset the idol worshippers of the time. Islam claims that Mohammad fulfilled a prophecy of Jesus in that he was the counselor Jesus promised. Key Words Goths, Vandals, Lombards, Arabs, Islam, Muslims, Sunnis, Shiites, ISIS, Constantinople, “Byzantine”, “Near East”, Sasian Kingdom, Sasanian Empire, Semitic, Shem, Zoroastrianism, Zoroaster, “Angra Mainyu”, “Ahura Mazda”, Nestorius, nomadic peoples, tents, families, clans, tribes, Mecca, Arabian Peninsula, cube, Ka’ba, Koran, Quraysh tribe, Zamzam spring, Hashimite clan, monotheist, hunafa, Mount Hira, Ramadan, Gabriel, “Jibra’eel”, The “Messenger of God”, paraklete, counselor, Yathrib, Medina, Najran, Yemen, Euthyches, Chalcedonian council, Sabaeans, Allah, Abu Bakr, Umar, Utham, Hadith, five “pillars”, “Salah”’ “Zakat”, “Sawm”, “Hajj”, visions descended https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch20-muhammad-and-islam-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch20-muhammad-and-islam-part-1/audio.mp3

CH18 Monasticism
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 18 – St. Benedictine and Early Monasticism

The secularization of the church had many effects, both good and bad. As the first Christian emperor, Constantine passed significant laws demonstrating a Christian influence on the state. But against this background of faith came lives of sin and disregard for the holy, which led to the rise of monasticism Among many of the monastics and the movements associated with them, we see them living in self-denial moved by a spirit of humility and love. This is particularly true of St. Benedict. Benedict was born around 480 in Nursia (modern Norcia, Italy, north of Rome). And although he was born into a family of wealthy nobility he never esteemed the world’s goods. Benedict is attributed with a creating a “Rule” to govern the monastic life in ways that make constructive Christian growth in community life.

These rules governed not only the monasteries for Benedict, but they also became the core rules for many monastic communities in Western Christendom even today.



Key Words

St. Benedictine, Constantine, secularization, “Eremitical monasticism,” “Cenobitism,” or a cloistered life. St. Pachomius. Paul the Simple, Isodore of Pelusium, Macarius the Egyptian, Simeon the Stylite, Macarius the Younger, Gregory, Gregory’s Dialogue, Enfide, Monte Cassino, Rule of St. Benedict
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lessons/church-history/ch18-monasticism/
Tue, 30 Jun 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 18 – St. Benedictine and Early Monasticism The secularization of the church had many effects, both good and bad. As the first Christian emperor, Constantine passed significant laws demonstrating a Christian influence on the state.webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 18 – St. Benedictine and Early Monasticism The secularization of the church had many effects, both good and bad. As the first Christian emperor, Constantine passed significant laws demonstrating a Christian influence on the state. But against this background of faith came lives of sin and disregard for the holy, which led to the rise of monasticism Among many of the monastics and the movements associated with them, we see them living in self-denial moved by a spirit of humility and love. This is particularly true of St. Benedict. Benedict was born around 480 in Nursia (modern Norcia, Italy, north of Rome). And although he was born into a family of wealthy nobility he never esteemed the world’s goods. Benedict is attributed with a creating a “Rule” to govern the monastic life in ways that make constructive Christian growth in community life. These rules governed not only the monasteries for Benedict, but they also became the core rules for many monastic communities in Western Christendom even today. Key Words St. Benedictine, Constantine, secularization, “Eremitical monasticism,” “Cenobitism,” or a cloistered life. St. Pachomius. Paul the Simple, Isodore of Pelusium, Macarius the Egyptian, Simeon the Stylite, Macarius the Younger, Gregory, Gregory’s Dialogue, Enfide, Monte Cassino, Rule of St. Benedict https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch18-monasticism/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch18-monasticism/audio.mp3

CH17 Turning Points The Papacy-Part 2
W. Mark Lanier



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Fri, 19 Jun 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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CH17 Turning Points The Papacy
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 17 – The Papacy

Our English word “pope” comes from the Latin papa, and from the Greek word pappas. Even though these words were the common everyday expressions a child would use for his father, today the concept of “Pope” is more than a reference to a spiritual father. The Roman Catholic Church describes the Pope as the holder of many titles, but the focus of this lesson is the title, “Successor of the Chief of Apostles,” and it begins with Peter. But the views of the Protestant and Catholic churches differ on the role of and the need for a pope. The Roman church considered the church as an “organized, visible, juristic and corporate society.” As such the church set up a government by Christ. It’s growth is charted through various leaders including 1 Clement, Ignatius, Irenaeus and Polycarp. Both the Roman and Protestant views of the early development of church leadership is contrasted.



Key Words

Pope, father, papa, pappas, Triclinium Vaticanum, Vatican, Vicar of Jesus, Bishop of Rome, Successor of the Chief of the Apostles, Supreme Pontif of the Universal Church, Patriarch of the West, Primate of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Roman Provence, Sovereign of the State of the Vatican City, Peter, Petros, petra, Cephas, kepha, Protestants, Roman Catholics, Bishop, patriarchs, spiritual father, 1 Clement, Ignatius, elder, Magnesians, godly bishop, worthy presbyters, Trallians, Polybius, Irenaeus, Polycarp, Smyrna, Anicetus, Synods, St. Cyprian, Paul of Samosota, Pope Leo 1, Council of Chalcedon, Constantine, Emperor Valentinian III,
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Mon, 15 Jun 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 17 – The Papacy Our English word “pope” comes from the Latin papa, and from the Greek word pappas. Even though these words were the common everyday expressions a child would use for his father, today the concept of “Pope” is more webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 17 – The Papacy Our English word “pope” comes from the Latin papa, and from the Greek word pappas. Even though these words were the common everyday expressions a child would use for his father, today the concept of “Pope” is more than a reference to a spiritual father. The Roman Catholic Church describes the Pope as the holder of many titles, but the focus of this lesson is the title, “Successor of the Chief of Apostles,” and it begins with Peter. But the views of the Protestant and Catholic churches differ on the role of and the need for a pope. The Roman church considered the church as an “organized, visible, juristic and corporate society.” As such the church set up a government by Christ. It’s growth is charted through various leaders including 1 Clement, Ignatius, Irenaeus and Polycarp. Both the Roman and Protestant views of the early development of church leadership is contrasted. Key Words Pope, father, papa, pappas, Triclinium Vaticanum, Vatican, Vicar of Jesus, Bishop of Rome, Successor of the Chief of the Apostles, Supreme Pontif of the Universal Church, Patriarch of the West, Primate of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Roman Provence, Sovereign of the State of the Vatican City, Peter, Petros, petra, Cephas, kepha, Protestants, Roman Catholics, Bishop, patriarchs, spiritual father, 1 Clement, Ignatius, elder, Magnesians, godly bishop, worthy presbyters, Trallians, Polybius, Irenaeus, Polycarp, Smyrna, Anicetus, Synods, St. Cyprian, Paul of Samosota, Pope Leo 1, Council of Chalcedon, Constantine, Emperor Valentinian III, https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch17-turning-points-the-papacy/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch17-turning-points-the-papacy/audio.mp3

CH16 St. John Chrysostom
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 16 – St. John Chrysostom

St. John Chrysostom was one of the most loved and successful preachers in church history. His name is a combination of two words that mean, “golden mouthed.” His sermons connected with the everyday person’s life and struggles, offering direction and encouragement from God’s word. He was demanding on the holiness of his church members, but was even more strident and careful in his own lifestyle and holiness. For ten years he preached in Antioch and we still have many of these sermons today.





Key Words

St. John Chrysostom, historical “doctors” of the Roman church, Archpriest Vitali Borovoi, Libanius, Basil, Cappodocian Fathers, monastic, Theodosius, Nektarius, Eutropius, Arcadius, Theophilus, Empress Aelia, Eudoxia, Jezebel, Caucasus, Armenia, Comana, “treasures of the Scriptures”, Von Campenhausen
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Fri, 05 Jun 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 16 – St. John Chrysostom St. John Chrysostom was one of the most loved and successful preachers in church history. His name is a combination of two words that mean, “golden mouthed.” His sermons connected with the everyday person’webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 16 – St. John Chrysostom St. John Chrysostom was one of the most loved and successful preachers in church history. His name is a combination of two words that mean, “golden mouthed.” His sermons connected with the everyday person’s life and struggles, offering direction and encouragement from God’s word. He was demanding on the holiness of his church members, but was even more strident and careful in his own lifestyle and holiness. For ten years he preached in Antioch and we still have many of these sermons today. Key Words St. John Chrysostom, historical “doctors” of the Roman church, Archpriest Vitali Borovoi, Libanius, Basil, Cappodocian Fathers, monastic, Theodosius, Nektarius, Eutropius, Arcadius, Theophilus, Empress Aelia, Eudoxia, Jezebel, Caucasus, Armenia, Comana, “treasures of the Scriptures”, Von Campenhausen https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch16-st-john-chrysostom/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch16-st-john-chrysostom/audio.mp3

CH15 St. Augustine-Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 15 Part 2– St. Augustine

Augustine’s book, ‘Confessions’ could be considered an autobiography of sorts. This lesson focuses more the core principles of his theology. On good and evil, he says that only God is perfect. When God created us, He stated, it was “good” not perfect. God made good and when that good is corrupted, it becomes what we call “evil.” Pure evil is what is left when all good is stripped from something or someone. On the Church sacraments, Augustine argued that the power of the sacraments (baptism and the Lord’s Supper) was in the elements themselves, not the priest administering the elements. The meaning of the sacrament was that God met man there, not that the priest brought God and man together. On grace and free will, If we were to ask Augustine why some people are saved and why others are left to hell’s condemnation, Augustine would ultimately refer to the mystery and secrets of God that we do not know or understand. These were what he called God’s “hidden determinations.”







Key Words

Manichaeism, Neo-Platonic Greek philosophy, perfect, good, evil, grace, free will, sacraments, measure, modus, ‘mystery of iniquity’, Ostia, Donatism, Moreschini, Norelli, Bishop, Valerius, Hippo, Annaba, Algeria, Pelagius, “original sin”, “hidden determinations”, “The Predestination of the Saints,”
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Fri, 29 May 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 15 Part 2– St. Augustine Augustine’s book, ‘Confessions’ could be considered an autobiography of sorts. This lesson focuses more the core principles of his theology. On good and evil, he says that only God is perfect. When God crewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 15 Part 2– St. Augustine Augustine’s book, ‘Confessions’ could be considered an autobiography of sorts. This lesson focuses more the core principles of his theology. On good and evil, he says that only God is perfect. When God created us, He stated, it was “good” not perfect. God made good and when that good is corrupted, it becomes what we call “evil.” Pure evil is what is left when all good is stripped from something or someone. On the Church sacraments, Augustine argued that the power of the sacraments (baptism and the Lord’s Supper) was in the elements themselves, not the priest administering the elements. The meaning of the sacrament was that God met man there, not that the priest brought God and man together. On grace and free will, If we were to ask Augustine why some people are saved and why others are left to hell’s condemnation, Augustine would ultimately refer to the mystery and secrets of God that we do not know or understand. These were what he called God’s “hidden determinations.” Key Words Manichaeism, Neo-Platonic Greek philosophy, perfect, good, evil, grace, free will, sacraments, measure, modus, ‘mystery of iniquity’, Ostia, Donatism, Moreschini, Norelli, Bishop, Valerius, Hippo, Annaba, Algeria, Pelagius, “original sin”, “hidden determinations”, “The Predestination of the Saints,” https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch15-st-augustine-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch15-st-augustine-part-2/audio.mp3

CH15 Augustine and Fall of Empire-Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 15– Augustine and the Fall of the Roman Empire

This is a study of Augustine and the fall of the Roman Empire but it also serves as a reminder that the Kingdom of God is the only enduring kingdom. As the Empire fell the Christian church was affected tremendously. Augustine was born in 354 A.D. in Northern Africa. Most of his early years he claimed to be a Christian, but he was part of a cult. But after his conversion in 387 (by St. Ambrose, no less), he became one of the most influential Christians of that time. In that same time period the Roman Empire was crumbling and was sacked in 410 A.D. by the Goth’s who were invading from the North because Attila from the East was displacing them. Augustine wrote strongly in defense of the Christian influence on society and how the Church strengthened the Empire.



Key Words

Kingdom, basileia, philosophy, Saint Augustine, Confessions, Thagaste, Souk Ahras, Algeria, Carthage, Adeodatus, rhetoric, Constantine, Cicero, “Manichees”, Monica, Rome, Milan, St. Ambrose, Simplicianus, Ponticianus, Edward Gibbon, “The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire”, earthquake, Germanic Lands, “Goths”, “Visigoths”, “Ostrogoths”, Attila, Adrianople, Edirne, Turkey, Theodosius, Arian,
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Tue, 26 May 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 15– Augustine and the Fall of the Roman Empire This is a study of Augustine and the fall of the Roman Empire but it also serves as a reminder that the Kingdom of God is the only enduring kingdom. As the Empire fell the Christian cwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 15– Augustine and the Fall of the Roman Empire This is a study of Augustine and the fall of the Roman Empire but it also serves as a reminder that the Kingdom of God is the only enduring kingdom. As the Empire fell the Christian church was affected tremendously. Augustine was born in 354 A.D. in Northern Africa. Most of his early years he claimed to be a Christian, but he was part of a cult. But after his conversion in 387 (by St. Ambrose, no less), he became one of the most influential Christians of that time. In that same time period the Roman Empire was crumbling and was sacked in 410 A.D. by the Goth’s who were invading from the North because Attila from the East was displacing them. Augustine wrote strongly in defense of the Christian influence on society and how the Church strengthened the Empire. Key Words Kingdom, basileia, philosophy, Saint Augustine, Confessions, Thagaste, Souk Ahras, Algeria, Carthage, Adeodatus, rhetoric, Constantine, Cicero, “Manichees”, Monica, Rome, Milan, St. Ambrose, Simplicianus, Ponticianus, Edward Gibbon, “The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire”, earthquake, Germanic Lands, “Goths”, “Visigoths”, “Ostrogoths”, Attila, Adrianople, Edirne, Turkey, Theodosius, Arian, https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch15-augustine-and-fall-of-empire-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch15-augustine-and-fall-of-empire-part-1/audio.mp3

CH14 St. Anthony
W. Mark Lanier


Church History: Chapter 14 – Saint Antony – A Desert Father

The principal source for the life of St. Antony is the biography written by Athanasius. Born around 250 AD to parents that “were of good stock and well-to-do,” when his parents died (he was only 18-20), he chose to give all of his earthly belongings to the townspeople. He became an ascetic, moved out of town and devoted his life to prayer and committing large portions of scripture to memory. He had to overcome some significant temptations from Satan. Some 20 years later when his friends convinced him to come out of seclusion it seemed to all that he was pure of soul and “completely under control.” He went to Egypt just prior to Constantine’s rise to power expecting to be martyred but instead he ministered to those who were being martyred.







Key Words

Hermit, heremos, “Desert Father”, ascetic, self denial, “pray continually”, demonology, “customary tactics”, Athanasius, “The Life of St. Antony”, hyenas, “daily martyrdom”, monasteries, ascetic devotion, Constantine, Maximin, Arian controversy, “service of God”, extreme commitment.
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lessons/church-history/ch14-st-anthony/
Sat, 16 May 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Church History: Chapter 14 – Saint Antony – A Desert Father The principal source for the life of St. Antony is the biography written by Athanasius. Born around 250 AD to parents that “were of good stock and well-to-do,” when his parents died (he was onlywebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Church History: Chapter 14 – Saint Antony – A Desert Father The principal source for the life of St. Antony is the biography written by Athanasius. Born around 250 AD to parents that “were of good stock and well-to-do,” when his parents died (he was only 18-20), he chose to give all of his earthly belongings to the townspeople. He became an ascetic, moved out of town and devoted his life to prayer and committing large portions of scripture to memory. He had to overcome some significant temptations from Satan. Some 20 years later when his friends convinced him to come out of seclusion it seemed to all that he was pure of soul and “completely under control.” He went to Egypt just prior to Constantine’s rise to power expecting to be martyred but instead he ministered to those who were being martyred. Key Words Hermit, heremos, “Desert Father”, ascetic, self denial, “pray continually”, demonology, “customary tactics”, Athanasius, “The Life of St. Antony”, hyenas, “daily martyrdom”, monasteries, ascetic devotion, Constantine, Maximin, Arian controversy, “service of God”, extreme commitment. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch14-st-anthony/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch14-st-anthony/audio.mp3

CH13 Athanasius, Ambrose and Arianism
W. Mark Lanier


Chapter 13 – Athanasius, Ambrose and Arianism

The variety of issues discussed in the Council of Nicaea (325 AD) ranged from how to date Easter to whether to ordain eunuchs as priests, but everything was secondary to settling the Arian controversy. Arius taught that Jesus was made by God and was not divine on the same level as God. Athanasius played a key role in opposing Arianism, condemning it as heresy and emerged as the key figure in the triumph of orthodox theology. Ambrose also continued to oppose heresies in the church. He sold off his family holdings and gave the proceeds to those in need. He opposed the Empress Justina who was a strong supporter of Arianism.







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Eusebius of Nicomedia, The Bishop of Nicaea, Theognis, Hosius, homoousios, “one substance”, “consubstantial”, “begotten not made”, homoiousios, “of a similar substance”, “semi-Arians”, Roger Olson, Constantine, Constantius, radical subordinationism, Julian, Jovian, Valens, hypostases, Tertullian, “Trinitarian formula, una substantia, tres personae”, Justo Gonzalez, Frances Young, St. Ambrose, the Bishop of Milan, Auxentius, Valentinian, Empress Justina, Theodosius
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lessons/church-history/ch13-athanasius-ambrose-and-arianism/
Fri, 08 May 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Chapter 13 – Athanasius, Ambrose and Arianism The variety of issues discussed in the Council of Nicaea (325 AD) ranged from how to date Easter to whether to ordain eunuchs as priests, but everything was secondary to settling the Arian controversy. Arius webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Chapter 13 – Athanasius, Ambrose and Arianism The variety of issues discussed in the Council of Nicaea (325 AD) ranged from how to date Easter to whether to ordain eunuchs as priests, but everything was secondary to settling the Arian controversy. Arius taught that Jesus was made by God and was not divine on the same level as God. Athanasius played a key role in opposing Arianism, condemning it as heresy and emerged as the key figure in the triumph of orthodox theology. Ambrose also continued to oppose heresies in the church. He sold off his family holdings and gave the proceeds to those in need. He opposed the Empress Justina who was a strong supporter of Arianism. Key Words Eusebius of Nicomedia, The Bishop of Nicaea, Theognis, Hosius, homoousios, “one substance”, “consubstantial”, “begotten not made”, homoiousios, “of a similar substance”, “semi-Arians”, Roger Olson, Constantine, Constantius, radical subordinationism, Julian, Jovian, Valens, hypostases, Tertullian, “Trinitarian formula, una substantia, tres personae”, Justo Gonzalez, Frances Young, St. Ambrose, the Bishop of Milan, Auxentius, Valentinian, Empress Justina, Theodosius https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch13-athanasius-ambrose-and-arianism/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch13-athanasius-ambrose-and-arianism/audio.mp3

CH12 Constantine and Council of Nicaea
W. Mark Lanier


Chapter 12 – Constantine and Council of Nicaea

Constantine adopted Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire and he moved the Empire’s capital from Rome to Byzantium, which was renamed in his honor, Constantinople. Today we call it Istanbul. He was instrumental in organizing the Council of Nicaea and during that meeting, which lasted several months, the position of the group, termed the “Nicene Creed” was written as a position paper on Arianism. The events that took place before Constantine’s rise to power resulted in a dramatic shift for the church leaders. Prior to his influence the Christians were persecuted; once he gained the leadership position Christianity became recognized as the one true religion and the church leaders became leaders of the Empire.







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Lord John Norwich, Byzantium, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great, Octavius, Caesar Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Masada, Domitian, “Flavian Dynasty”, Nerva, Trajan, “Golden Age”, Hadrian, Antonius Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Commodus, “Severian Emperors”, Septimus Severus, Geta, “Barrack Emperors”, Diocletian, Maximian, Constantius, Galerius, “tetrarch”, Bishops, synods, Spilt, Croatia, Licinius, “The Edict of Milan”, “Blue Law”, Council of Nicaea, “Christian God”, Arius, Athanasius, Thallia, Arianism, Tertullian
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Fri, 01 May 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Chapter 12 – Constantine and Council of Nicaea Constantine adopted Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire and he moved the Empire’s capital from Rome to Byzantium, which was renamed in his honor, Constantinople. Today we call it Istanbwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Chapter 12 – Constantine and Council of Nicaea Constantine adopted Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire and he moved the Empire’s capital from Rome to Byzantium, which was renamed in his honor, Constantinople. Today we call it Istanbul. He was instrumental in organizing the Council of Nicaea and during that meeting, which lasted several months, the position of the group, termed the “Nicene Creed” was written as a position paper on Arianism. The events that took place before Constantine’s rise to power resulted in a dramatic shift for the church leaders. Prior to his influence the Christians were persecuted; once he gained the leadership position Christianity became recognized as the one true religion and the church leaders became leaders of the Empire. Key Words Lord John Norwich, Byzantium, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great, Octavius, Caesar Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Masada, Domitian, “Flavian Dynasty”, Nerva, Trajan, “Golden Age”, Hadrian, Antonius Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Commodus, “Severian Emperors”, Septimus Severus, Geta, “Barrack Emperors”, Diocletian, Maximian, Constantius, Galerius, “tetrarch”, Bishops, synods, Spilt, Croatia, Licinius, “The Edict of Milan”, “Blue Law”, Council of Nicaea, “Christian God”, Arius, Athanasius, Thallia, Arianism, Tertullian https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch12-constantine-and-council-of-nicaea/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch12-constantine-and-council-of-nicaea/audio.mp3

CH11 Science and Bible
W. Mark Lanier


Chapter 11 – Science the Bible and the Early Church

Truth is God’s truth, whether it is found in math, science, or philosophy. Many of the early church leaders (Clement of Alexandria, Irenaeus of Lyon) used their Greek logic (“science”) to defend the faith. Clement believed that God had providently provided the world with Socrates and Plato to prepare the Greeks for the gospel in the same way that God provided the Old Testament to prepare the Jews for the gospel. Tertullian reasoned that the mingling of philosophy with the gospel was what the apostle Paul expressly warned us against. Science is an aid to faith and faith aids science.







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“Heliocentrism”, “ethnos”, “Gentiles”, Jamnia, Aristotle, Pythagorus, “philosophy”, Clement of Alexandria, Irenaeus of Lyon, Carthage, Tertullian, Cyprian, Plato, “Stoics”, Peripatetics, Epicureanism, Origen, mutuality
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lessons/church-history/ch11-science-and-bible/
Tue, 28 Apr 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Chapter 11 – Science the Bible and the Early Church Truth is God’s truth, whether it is found in math, science, or philosophy. Many of the early church leaders (Clement of Alexandria, Irenaeus of Lyon) used their Greek logic (“science”) to defend the faiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Chapter 11 – Science the Bible and the Early Church Truth is God’s truth, whether it is found in math, science, or philosophy. Many of the early church leaders (Clement of Alexandria, Irenaeus of Lyon) used their Greek logic (“science”) to defend the faith. Clement believed that God had providently provided the world with Socrates and Plato to prepare the Greeks for the gospel in the same way that God provided the Old Testament to prepare the Jews for the gospel. Tertullian reasoned that the mingling of philosophy with the gospel was what the apostle Paul expressly warned us against. Science is an aid to faith and faith aids science. Key Words “Heliocentrism”, “ethnos”, “Gentiles”, Jamnia, Aristotle, Pythagorus, “philosophy”, Clement of Alexandria, Irenaeus of Lyon, Carthage, Tertullian, Cyprian, Plato, “Stoics”, Peripatetics, Epicureanism, Origen, mutuality https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch11-science-and-bible/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch11-science-and-bible/audio.mp3

CH10 Origins of the Canon-Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


Chapter 10 – Part 3: “The Accuracy and Collection of the New Testament”

Modern skeptics challenge that the New Testament is not an assembly of the true Scriptures, but reflect the spoils of victory for one group of beliefs that triumphed over others. The Nicene Creed, written during the First Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, expresses core orthodox beliefs that were based upon Old Testament writings. It is an affirmation of the teaching of the earliest doctrine in the Church. As the earliest church grew the apostles and the leaders recognized that the return of Jesus was not as imminent as they initially thought they started putting into writing their recollections and teachings. All of these writings became important as the church moved from the time of the apostles and faced heretical teachings.



Key Words

Orthodox, Nicaea, First Council of Nicaea, Trinity, “one-ness’ of God, singularity, Arius, “Lost Scriptures”, “victors’ views”, “in the form of God”, “emptied himself”, “apostolic church”, “first generation church”, Thessalonians, false prophets, “syncretism”, Ptolemy I, Serapis, Historia Augusta
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lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-3/
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Chapter 10 – Part 3: “The Accuracy and Collection of the New Testament” Modern skeptics challenge that the New Testament is not an assembly of the true Scriptures, but reflect the spoils of victory for one group of beliefs that triumphed over others. Thewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Chapter 10 – Part 3: “The Accuracy and Collection of the New Testament” Modern skeptics challenge that the New Testament is not an assembly of the true Scriptures, but reflect the spoils of victory for one group of beliefs that triumphed over others. The Nicene Creed, written during the First Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, expresses core orthodox beliefs that were based upon Old Testament writings. It is an affirmation of the teaching of the earliest doctrine in the Church. As the earliest church grew the apostles and the leaders recognized that the return of Jesus was not as imminent as they initially thought they started putting into writing their recollections and teachings. All of these writings became important as the church moved from the time of the apostles and faced heretical teachings. Key Words Orthodox, Nicaea, First Council of Nicaea, Trinity, “one-ness’ of God, singularity, Arius, “Lost Scriptures”, “victors’ views”, “in the form of God”, “emptied himself”, “apostolic church”, “first generation church”, Thessalonians, false prophets, “syncretism”, Ptolemy I, Serapis, Historia Augusta https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-3/audio.mp3

CH10 Origins of the Canon-Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Summary

Many early believers were martyred by the Romans and whatever ‘books’ they had…many early manuscripts for the New Testament…were burned. Nevertheless, we still have some original manuscripts that survived. Emperor Constantine (272-337) ordered Christianity as the the state religion of Rome. He ordered that copies of the New Testament be made to enable better dissemination. The “Codex Sinaiticus” (discovered in 1844 – and believed to have been written in 350 A.D.), may be one of the original copies and includes all of the New Testament. The Biblical claim is that the Bible is both a divine work and a human work. God entrusted the Old Testament to the Jews and similarly God worked to produce His word to the Church in the New Testament text. The Apostles considered Jesus the Messiah and a prophet. All of His words carried the same weight and authority as the Old Testament. His words and the words of his closest Apostles were considered essential to the New Testament.



Key Words

Diocletian, John Rylands Fragment, Emperor Constantine, Eusebius, Codex Sinaiticus, divine work, Irenaeus, Apostolic teaching as canon, scripture
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lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-2/
Fri, 10 Apr 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Summary Many early believers were martyred by the Romans and whatever ‘books’ they had…many early manuscripts for the New Testament…were burned. Nevertheless, we still have some original manuscripts that survived. Emperor Constantine (272-337) ordered Chwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Summary Many early believers were martyred by the Romans and whatever ‘books’ they had…many early manuscripts for the New Testament…were burned. Nevertheless, we still have some original manuscripts that survived. Emperor Constantine (272-337) ordered Christianity as the the state religion of Rome. He ordered that copies of the New Testament be made to enable better dissemination. The “Codex Sinaiticus” (discovered in 1844 – and believed to have been written in 350 A.D.), may be one of the original copies and includes all of the New Testament. The Biblical claim is that the Bible is both a divine work and a human work. God entrusted the Old Testament to the Jews and similarly God worked to produce His word to the Church in the New Testament text. The Apostles considered Jesus the Messiah and a prophet. All of His words carried the same weight and authority as the Old Testament. His words and the words of his closest Apostles were considered essential to the New Testament. Key Words Diocletian, John Rylands Fragment, Emperor Constantine, Eusebius, Codex Sinaiticus, divine work, Irenaeus, Apostolic teaching as canon, scripture https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-2/audio.mp3

CH10 Origins of the Canon-Part 1
Brent Johnson


Summary

The ‘canon’, what we consider our Bible, is ultimately the collection of writings that the church uses as its measuring stick…the defining reference for Christian faith. Christianity has two general canons, the Catholic canon and the Protestant canon. The Catholic canon includes writings commonly called the ‘Apocrypha’. Our Old Testament is essentially the same as the Hebrew scripture. Some of the books were separated when they were translated into Greek (and this work was called the Septuagint) and that is why there are 39 books in our Old Testament and only 24 in the Hebrew Bible. The order comes from the order in the Septuagint.



Key Words

Canon, Apocrypha, Septuagint, Westminster Confession of Faith, Torah, Megilloth, Jerome, codex
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lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-1/
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Summary The ‘canon’, what we consider our Bible, is ultimately the collection of writings that the church uses as its measuring stick…the defining reference for Christian faith. Christianity has two general canons, the Catholic canon and the Protestant cwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Summary The ‘canon’, what we consider our Bible, is ultimately the collection of writings that the church uses as its measuring stick…the defining reference for Christian faith. Christianity has two general canons, the Catholic canon and the Protestant canon. The Catholic canon includes writings commonly called the ‘Apocrypha’. Our Old Testament is essentially the same as the Hebrew scripture. Some of the books were separated when they were translated into Greek (and this work was called the Septuagint) and that is why there are 39 books in our Old Testament and only 24 in the Hebrew Bible. The order comes from the order in the Septuagint. Key Words Canon, Apocrypha, Septuagint, Westminster Confession of Faith, Torah, Megilloth, Jerome, codex https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch10-origins-of-the-canon-part-1/audio.mp3

CH09 Early Biblical Understanding
W. Mark Lanier


Chapter 9 – Alexandria and Early Biblical Understanding

Reading and understanding the Bible was challenging in the early Church as it is still today. When passages do not seem to make sense it opens up to interpretation. Many early leaders struggled with this and their writings shed some insight into prevalent thought. Philo, of Alexandria tried to find consistency between the Old Testament and prevailing Greek philosophies. The ‘Epistle of Barnabas’ provides an allegorical approach that attempts to go beyond any apparent meaning. Clement of Alexandria (circa 200 A.D.) combined philosophy of the day to aid in interpretation. Origen taught that there were layers of interpretation for scripture. The Apostle Paul made clear to Timothy that he, and by inference we, should recognize that all Scripture is ‘breathed‘ by God and that we should ‘rightly handle’ Scripture, which is a challenge for us to earnestly study to become equipped to rightly handle the Word of God.



Key Words

Gnosticism, Marcion, Alexandria, Philo, Epistle of Barnabas, allegorical approach, interpretation, Clement of Alexandria, Platonism, philosophy’s dialectic, Origen, ‘full’ divinity of Jesus, Alexandrian Catechetical School
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lessons/church-history/ch09-early-biblical-understanding/
Thu, 19 Mar 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Chapter 9 – Alexandria and Early Biblical Understanding Reading and understanding the Bible was challenging in the early Church as it is still today. When passages do not seem to make sense it opens up to interpretation. Many early leaders struggled withwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Chapter 9 – Alexandria and Early Biblical Understanding Reading and understanding the Bible was challenging in the early Church as it is still today. When passages do not seem to make sense it opens up to interpretation. Many early leaders struggled with this and their writings shed some insight into prevalent thought. Philo, of Alexandria tried to find consistency between the Old Testament and prevailing Greek philosophies. The ‘Epistle of Barnabas’ provides an allegorical approach that attempts to go beyond any apparent meaning. Clement of Alexandria (circa 200 A.D.) combined philosophy of the day to aid in interpretation. Origen taught that there were layers of interpretation for scripture. The Apostle Paul made clear to Timothy that he, and by inference we, should recognize that all Scripture is ‘breathed‘ by God and that we should ‘rightly handle’ Scripture, which is a challenge for us to earnestly study to become equipped to rightly handle the Word of God. Key Words Gnosticism, Marcion, Alexandria, Philo, Epistle of Barnabas, allegorical approach, interpretation, Clement of Alexandria, Platonism, philosophy’s dialectic, Origen, ‘full’ divinity of Jesus, Alexandrian Catechetical School https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch09-early-biblical-understanding/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch09-early-biblical-understanding/audio.mp3

CH08 Part 2 Trinity
Melvin Tinker



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lessons/church-history/ch08-part-2-trinity/
Fri, 13 Mar 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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CH08 Part 1 Trinity
Melvin Tinker


Chapter 8 – Part 1: The Trinity – Biblical Basis

There is not an explicit reference in our Bible that states, “The LORD your God is one God who in His oneness exists as three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.’ It would be more accurate to say that the Bible reflects and expresses the Trinity doctrine and it does so in a variety of ways. We do see the Trinity reflected in three ways throughout the New Testament. In the devotion or worship of the first Christians: Paul wrote in numerous letters and specifically in Eph. 1:1-11: “…the Father chose us…in Christ we have redemption…and we are marked with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit.” In salvation we are baptized in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And the communion we share with God is through the spiritual relationship we have with the Trinity (1 Cor. 12:4-6).



Key Words

Trinity, Nicene Creed, the Shema, Three in One, ‘echad’, Creator and Sustainer, revelation, sui generis, devotion, grace (charis), ‘Trinitarian consciousness”, “The Three Personal God”, “Trinitarian Faith”
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lessons/church-history/ch08-part-1-trinity/
Sun, 08 Mar 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Chapter 8 – Part 1: The Trinity – Biblical Basis There is not an explicit reference in our Bible that states, “The LORD your God is one God who in His oneness exists as three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.’ It would be more accurate to say that thwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Chapter 8 – Part 1: The Trinity – Biblical Basis There is not an explicit reference in our Bible that states, “The LORD your God is one God who in His oneness exists as three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.’ It would be more accurate to say that the Bible reflects and expresses the Trinity doctrine and it does so in a variety of ways. We do see the Trinity reflected in three ways throughout the New Testament. In the devotion or worship of the first Christians: Paul wrote in numerous letters and specifically in Eph. 1:1-11: “…the Father chose us…in Christ we have redemption…and we are marked with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit.” In salvation we are baptized in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And the communion we share with God is through the spiritual relationship we have with the Trinity (1 Cor. 12:4-6). Key Words Trinity, Nicene Creed, the Shema, Three in One, ‘echad’, Creator and Sustainer, revelation, sui generis, devotion, grace (charis), ‘Trinitarian consciousness”, “The Three Personal God”, “Trinitarian Faith” https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch08-part-1-trinity/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch08-part-1-trinity/audio.mp3

CH07 Heresies: Gnosticism Supplement
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/church-history/ch07-heresies-gnosticism-supplement/
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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CH07 Heresies: Gnosticism
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/church-history/ch07-heresies-gnosticism/
Fri, 20 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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CH06 Early Church Worship-Part 2
W. Mark Lanier



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Wed, 18 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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CH06 Early Church Worship-Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Many New Testament churches met in homes of the wealthy because these homes would have had enough room to accommodate the larger groups. The earliest official “church building” was a converted house in Dura-Europos, Syria, which is dated to have been converted around 250AD. Although there is not a record of how a typical service was performed early church services were most likely patterned after Jewish services which were built around four events: praise, prayer, Scripture reading, and instruction. There is clear evidence that the early church was a singing church; Paul encouraged the churches to sing to each other “psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.” One of the important differences between the services in the apostolic church and Jewish synagogues was that the Lord’s Supper was observed, and the evidence points to weekly observance on the Lord’s Day.

Key Words
Church homes, communion, upper room, huperoon (Greek), St. Cyril of Jerusalem, peristyle, triclinium, church building, Dura-Europos, Shema, Dead Sea Community, Qumran, Ralph Martin, proseuche, Aramaic loan words, maranatha, Abba, amen, Lord’s Supper, Eucharist, agape feast, Tertullian, proestos, worship
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lessons/church-history/ch06-early-church-worship-part-1/
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Many New Testament churches met in homes of the wealthy because these homes would have had enough room to accommodate the larger groups. The earliest official “church building” was a converted house in Dura-Europos, Syria, which is dated to have been conwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Many New Testament churches met in homes of the wealthy because these homes would have had enough room to accommodate the larger groups. The earliest official “church building” was a converted house in Dura-Europos, Syria, which is dated to have been converted around 250AD. Although there is not a record of how a typical service was performed early church services were most likely patterned after Jewish services which were built around four events: praise, prayer, Scripture reading, and instruction. There is clear evidence that the early church was a singing church; Paul encouraged the churches to sing to each other “psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.” One of the important differences between the services in the apostolic church and Jewish synagogues was that the Lord’s Supper was observed, and the evidence points to weekly observance on the Lord’s Day. Key Words Church homes, communion, upper room, huperoon (Greek), St. Cyril of Jerusalem, peristyle, triclinium, church building, Dura-Europos, Shema, Dead Sea Community, Qumran, Ralph Martin, proseuche, Aramaic loan words, maranatha, Abba, amen, Lord’s Supper, Eucharist, agape feast, Tertullian, proestos, worship https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch06-early-church-worship-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch06-early-church-worship-part-1/audio.mp3

CH05 Martyrs: Ignatius and Polycarp
W. Mark Lanier


Ignatius of Antioch was the Bishop of the church at Antioch circa 110 AD. Typically Christians were charged with atheism because they would not worship Caesar as god and for this they were martyred. He wrote seven letters to the churches along his way from Antioch to Rome providing strong guidance in various Christian themes. Polycarp was the Bishop of the church at Smyrna and was considered an Apostolic Father. He too provided strong leadership to the church and faced his death by burning with an uncommon bravery, praying for his executioners.

Key Words
Ignatius, Polycarp, seven letters, Eusebius, Onesimus, Philemon, the medicine of immortality, Magnesian letter, Trallian Letter, Philadelphian Letter, The Archives, Smyrnaen Letter, Apostolic Father, the church at Philomelium
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lessons/church-history/ch05-martyrs-ignatius-and-polycarp/
Thu, 05 Feb 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Ignatius of Antioch was the Bishop of the church at Antioch circa 110 AD. Typically Christians were charged with atheism because they would not worship Caesar as god and for this they were martyred. He wrote seven letters to the churches along his way frwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Ignatius of Antioch was the Bishop of the church at Antioch circa 110 AD. Typically Christians were charged with atheism because they would not worship Caesar as god and for this they were martyred. He wrote seven letters to the churches along his way from Antioch to Rome providing strong guidance in various Christian themes. Polycarp was the Bishop of the church at Smyrna and was considered an Apostolic Father. He too provided strong leadership to the church and faced his death by burning with an uncommon bravery, praying for his executioners. Key Words Ignatius, Polycarp, seven letters, Eusebius, Onesimus, Philemon, the medicine of immortality, Magnesian letter, Trallian Letter, Philadelphian Letter, The Archives, Smyrnaen Letter, Apostolic Father, the church at Philomelium https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch05-martyrs-ignatius-and-polycarp/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch05-martyrs-ignatius-and-polycarp/audio.mp3

CH04 Martyrdom
W. Mark Lanier


Christian martyrdom was typically the end result of extreme persecution, which may have been rooted in three broad categories: Jewish persecution of the church – which was an extension of their hatred of Jesus; persecution that arose from local interests – where Christian moralities may have upset the local economy; and government sponsored persecution – because leadership either misinterpreted early church practices or simply needed a convenient scapegoat to cover up some of their own illicit activities.

Key Words
Martyrdom, persecution, suffering, Jewish persecution, cursed, crucified, false assumptions, theology, Nero, evil religion, Domitian, ritual taxes
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lessons/church-history/ch04-martyrdom/
Sat, 24 Jan 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Christian martyrdom was typically the end result of extreme persecution, which may have been rooted in three broad categories: Jewish persecution of the church – which was an extension of their hatred of Jesus; persecution that arose from local interestswebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Christian martyrdom was typically the end result of extreme persecution, which may have been rooted in three broad categories: Jewish persecution of the church – which was an extension of their hatred of Jesus; persecution that arose from local interests – where Christian moralities may have upset the local economy; and government sponsored persecution – because leadership either misinterpreted early church practices or simply needed a convenient scapegoat to cover up some of their own illicit activities. Key Words Martyrdom, persecution, suffering, Jewish persecution, cursed, crucified, false assumptions, theology, Nero, evil religion, Domitian, ritual taxes https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch04-martyrdom/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch04-martyrdom/audio.mp3

CH03 The Didache
W. Mark Lanier


The Didache is a book that contains very straightforward and simple instructions about life, closely akin to parts of the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7). It speaks directly to how to live day-to-day as well as how to conduct core services as a church, or group of believers. It was used as a guide to assist early believers to train ne converts to the faith.

Key Words
Two roads, way of life, Aaron Milavec, Philotheos Bryennios, Sermon on the Mount, Advice in Godly living, guidelines, core services, eating, fasting, praying, baptizing, hospitality/testing, first fruits, Lord’s Prayer, Didache, morality
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lessons/church-history/ch03-the-didache/
Thu, 15 Jan 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno The Didache is a book that contains very straightforward and simple instructions about life, closely akin to parts of the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7). It speaks directly to how to live day-to-day as well as how to conduct core services as a church, owebmaster@biblical-literacy.com The Didache is a book that contains very straightforward and simple instructions about life, closely akin to parts of the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7). It speaks directly to how to live day-to-day as well as how to conduct core services as a church, or group of believers. It was used as a guide to assist early believers to train ne converts to the faith. Key Words Two roads, way of life, Aaron Milavec, Philotheos Bryennios, Sermon on the Mount, Advice in Godly living, guidelines, core services, eating, fasting, praying, baptizing, hospitality/testing, first fruits, Lord’s Prayer, Didache, morality https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch03-the-didache/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch03-the-didache/audio.mp3

CH02 1 Clement
W. Mark Lanier


Clement was a Roman bishop who wrote to the church in Corinth around 95AD. He was the bishop over the house churches in Rome. He wrote to the church in Corinth because it was in turmoil again with problems similar to what Paul had covered in his earlier letter. He referenced numerous Old Testament passages and teachings of the apostles to correct what he recognized as problems with their personal humility and early church oversight.

Key Words
Episkopos, bishop, the Bishop of Rome, fellow worker, Corinth, humility, early church history, turmoil, factions, piety, restoration
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lessons/church-history/ch02-1-clement/
Mon, 12 Jan 2015 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Clement was a Roman bishop who wrote to the church in Corinth around 95AD. He was the bishop over the house churches in Rome. He wrote to the church in Corinth because it was in turmoil again with problems similar to what Paul had covered in his earlier webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Clement was a Roman bishop who wrote to the church in Corinth around 95AD. He was the bishop over the house churches in Rome. He wrote to the church in Corinth because it was in turmoil again with problems similar to what Paul had covered in his earlier letter. He referenced numerous Old Testament passages and teachings of the apostles to correct what he recognized as problems with their personal humility and early church oversight. Key Words Episkopos, bishop, the Bishop of Rome, fellow worker, Corinth, humility, early church history, turmoil, factions, piety, restoration https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch02-1-clement/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ch02-1-clement/audio.mp3

CH01 Setting The Stage
W. Mark Lanier


Why study Church history? It is a study of Scripture and theology. Understanding the “canon,” or why we have the Scriptures we have we gain more understandings of the meanings because
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Sat, 03 Jan 2015 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 47 - Rev 3:14 - 6
Brent Johnson



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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 48 - Rev 6 - 8
W. Mark Lanier



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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 49 - Rev 8 - 11:3
W. Mark Lanier



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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 50 - Rev 11:4 - 14:5
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-50-rev-114-145/
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 46 - Rev 3:1 – 3:22
Brent Johnson



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Mon, 03 Nov 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 44 - Rev 1:1 – 2:11
W. Mark Lanier



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Sun, 02 Nov 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 45 - Rev 2:7 – 2:29
W. Mark Lanier



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Sun, 26 Oct 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 43 - Acts 28:10-28:31, Revelation 1
W. Mark Lanier



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Thu, 16 Oct 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 41 - Acts 21:27-23:35
W. Mark Lanier



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Fri, 10 Oct 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 40 - Acts 19:21-21:26 2 Corinthians 12:11-13:14
W. Mark Lanier



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Fri, 26 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 38 - Acts 19:21-20:16 2 Corinthians 4-9
W. Mark Lanier



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Mon, 22 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 39 - Acts 19:21-20:16 2 Corinthians 10:1-12:10
W. Mark Lanier



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Mon, 22 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 35 - Acts 18:1 – 19:20 1 Corinthians 2:16-6:11
W. Mark Lanier



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Mon, 01 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 36 - Acts 18:1 – 19:20 1 Corinthians 6:12-15:58
W. Mark Lanier



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Mon, 01 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 37 - Acts 19:21-20:16 1 Corinthians 16; 2 Corinthians 1-4
Jared Richard



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Mon, 01 Sep 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 33 - Acts 15:36 – 17:34 1 Thessalonians 4:1-5:28 2 Thessalonians
W. Mark Lanier



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Sun, 24 Aug 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 34 - Acts 18:1 – 19:20 1 Corinthians 1:1-2:16
Jared Richard



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Thu, 14 Aug 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 32 - Acts 15:36 – 17:34 1 Thessalonians1:1-3:13
Jared Richard



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Thu, 31 Jul 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 31 - Acts 14:1 – 14:28
W. Mark Lanier



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Fri, 25 Jul 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 29 - Acts 13:13 – 14:28
W. Mark Lanier



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Thu, 17 Jul 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 30 - Acts 14:1 – 14:28
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-30-acts-141-1428/
Thu, 17 Jul 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 28 - Acts 9:19 - 13:12
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-28-acts-919-1312/
Mon, 30 Jun 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 27 - Acts 7:47- 9:19
W. Mark Lanier



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Thu, 26 Jun 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 26 - Acts 7:45 - 7:47
Jared Richard



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-26-acts-745-747/
Mon, 23 Jun 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 25 - Acts 7:45
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-25-acts-745/
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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SE- Christianity on Trial
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/special-events/se-christianity-on-trial/
Sun, 01 Jun 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 23 - Acts 7:45
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-23-acts-745/
Sun, 25 May 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 20 - Acts 2:14-2:41; Acts 7:1-7:8
W. Mark Lanier



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Sun, 11 May 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 21 - Acts 7:9-7:44
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-21-acts-79-744/
Wed, 07 May 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 18 - John 18:1-20:29
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-18-john-181-2029/
Sat, 26 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 17 - John 7:25-36
Jared Richard



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-17-john-725-36/
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 15 - John 9:1-12:50
Jared Richard



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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-15-john-91-1250/
Sat, 05 Apr 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 14 - John 7:25 - 8:59
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson covers 'Jesus on Jesus'. Who did Christ say he was? Did he claim to be God? What role does humility play in the Christian's life and di Christ model humility. This is a great lesson, no matter where you are in the Context Bible!
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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-14-john-725-859/
Sun, 30 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson covers 'Jesus on Jesus'. Who did Christ say he was? Did he claim to be God? What role does humility play in the Christian's life and di Christ model humility. This is a great lesson, no matter where you are in the Context Bible!webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson covers 'Jesus on Jesus'. Who did Christ say he was? Did he claim to be God? What role does humility play in the Christian's life and di Christ model humility. This is a great lesson, no matter where you are in the Context Bible!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-14-john-725-859/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-14-john-725-859/audio.mp3

Lesson 13 - John 6:41-7:24
W. Mark Lanier


Following God is not always easy. But God makes the call, and it is his people's blessings to get to say, "Yes Lord, we will follow"! Scripture provides a stark contrast between those that choose to follow the the Lord and his ways and those that  choose their on instead.
 
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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-13-john-641-724/
Sat, 22 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoFollowing God is not always easy. But God makes the call, and it is his people's blessings to get to say, "Yes Lord, we will follow"! Scripture provides a stark contrast between those that choose to follow the the Lord and his ways and those that  choose webmaster@biblical-literacy.comFollowing God is not always easy. But God makes the call, and it is his people's blessings to get to say, "Yes Lord, we will follow"! Scripture provides a stark contrast between those that choose to follow the the Lord and his ways and those that  choose their on instead.   https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-13-john-641-724/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-13-john-641-724/audio.mp3

Lesson 12 - John 5:22-6:40
W. Mark Lanier


In this lesson we investigate Jesus as master of nature, as our provider, and judge.
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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-12-john-522-640/
Thu, 13 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn this lesson we investigate Jesus as master of nature, as our provider, and judge.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn this lesson we investigate Jesus as master of nature, as our provider, and judge.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-12-john-522-640/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-12-john-522-640/audio.mp3

Lesson 11 - John 4:46-5:21
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson deals with verses 4:46 - 5:21 in John. Do you know how valuable intercession is for the believer? Do you know we were made to work? Find out what supports these statements from John and the verses that Christ himself quoted from the Old Testament.
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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-11-john-446-521/
Wed, 05 Mar 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson deals with verses 4:46 - 5:21 in John. Do you know how valuable intercession is for the believer? Do you know we were made to work? Find out what supports these statements from John and the verses that Christ himself quoted from the Old Testamwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson deals with verses 4:46 - 5:21 in John. Do you know how valuable intercession is for the believer? Do you know we were made to work? Find out what supports these statements from John and the verses that Christ himself quoted from the Old Testament.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-11-john-446-521/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-11-john-446-521/audio.mp3

Lesson 9 - John 4:43-4:45
W. Mark Lanier


Covering the verses John 4:43 - 4:45 and including the continuation of the Sermon on the Mount, the lesson covers Christ's reinforcement that he was not there to abolish the law but to fulfill it in a way that few Jews expected. The law taught a society how to legally pursue life; Christ as the fulfillment taught how an individual should live life. More 'Good News', God wants ut to grow closer to him each day, learning from our mistakes, with the power of the Holy Spirit.
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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-9-john-443-445/
Tue, 25 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoCovering the verses John 4:43 - 4:45 and including the continuation of the Sermon on the Mount, the lesson covers Christ's reinforcement that he was not there to abolish the law but to fulfill it in a way that few Jews expected. The law taught a society hwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comCovering the verses John 4:43 - 4:45 and including the continuation of the Sermon on the Mount, the lesson covers Christ's reinforcement that he was not there to abolish the law but to fulfill it in a way that few Jews expected. The law taught a society how to legally pursue life; Christ as the fulfillment taught how an individual should live life. More 'Good News', God wants ut to grow closer to him each day, learning from our mistakes, with the power of the Holy Spirit.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-9-john-443-445/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-9-john-443-445/audio.mp3

Lesson 10 - John 4:43-4:45
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson covers John 4:43 - 4:45 and the supporting  context verses can offer a purely secular explanation for the rebellion of Israel at a time when stronger surrounding nations were set to take Israel over. Yet the spiritual truth is much more profound, and adds a dimension through faith that should speak to us today. God constantly works through the world as he works in the world. Our tendency is to credit God simply in those areas where we have gaps of knowledge and an inability to offer any other explanation. This is a tragic view as not only setting faith to disappear (when and if the knowledge gap is closed through new understanding), but also in failing to see God’s hand in weaving the fabric of everyday life. When Jesus urged us to pray daily for God to give us bread, he was not suggesting that a loaf would magically appear out of nowhere on our porch each morning. The prayer conveys, at least typically that God will work in and through the world to bring forth the bread needed and prayed for..
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lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-10-john-443-445/
Tue, 25 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson covers John 4:43 - 4:45 and the supporting  context verses can offer a purely secular explanation for the rebellion of Israel at a time when stronger surrounding nations were set to take Israel over. Yet the spiritual truth is much more profouwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson covers John 4:43 - 4:45 and the supporting  context verses can offer a purely secular explanation for the rebellion of Israel at a time when stronger surrounding nations were set to take Israel over. Yet the spiritual truth is much more profound, and adds a dimension through faith that should speak to us today. God constantly works through the world as he works in the world. Our tendency is to credit God simply in those areas where we have gaps of knowledge and an inability to offer any other explanation. This is a tragic view as not only setting faith to disappear (when and if the knowledge gap is closed through new understanding), but also in failing to see God’s hand in weaving the fabric of everyday life. When Jesus urged us to pray daily for God to give us bread, he was not suggesting that a loaf would magically appear out of nowhere on our porch each morning. The prayer conveys, at least typically that God will work in and through the world to bring forth the bread needed and prayed for.. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-10-john-443-445/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-10-john-443-445/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - John 2:1-­‐2:25
Jared Richard


In chapter of John, he gives Jesus’ role in the wedding at Cana, the marketplace at Passover and Christ’s fulfillment as the temple. The context verses provide a celebration of the institution of marriage, the replacement of blood sacrifice by Christ and the importance of the temple in early Jewish history.
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Thu, 06 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In chapter of John, he gives Jesus’ role in the wedding at Cana, the marketplace at Passover and Christ’s fulfillment as the temple. The context verses provide a celebration of the institution of marriage, the replacement of blood sacrifice by Christ andwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com In chapter of John, he gives Jesus’ role in the wedding at Cana, the marketplace at Passover and Christ’s fulfillment as the temple. The context verses provide a celebration of the institution of marriage, the replacement of blood sacrifice by Christ and the importance of the temple in early Jewish history. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-5-john-21-%e2%80%90225/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-5-john-21-%e2%80%90225/audio.mp3

Lesson 6 - John 3:1-­‐3:36
W. Mark Lanier


This Lesson covers John 3: 1 – 3: 36, the story of Jesus’ encounter with Nicodemus and John the Baptist, as the willing, humble servant and forerunner to the Messiah. The accompanying passages from the old Testament point to the importance of ancestry to identify Jesus, Jesus’ role in bringing salvation to those who dread God’s wrath, and the value of true humility and being born again, in the spirit with the promise of everlasting love and life.
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Thu, 06 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno This Lesson covers John 3: 1 – 3: 36, the story of Jesus’ encounter with Nicodemus and John the Baptist, as the willing, humble servant and forerunner to the Messiah. The accompanying passages from the old Testament point to the importance of ancestry towebmaster@biblical-literacy.com This Lesson covers John 3: 1 – 3: 36, the story of Jesus’ encounter with Nicodemus and John the Baptist, as the willing, humble servant and forerunner to the Messiah. The accompanying passages from the old Testament point to the importance of ancestry to identify Jesus, Jesus’ role in bringing salvation to those who dread God’s wrath, and the value of true humility and being born again, in the spirit with the promise of everlasting love and life. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-6-john-31-%e2%80%90336/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-6-john-31-%e2%80%90336/audio.mp3

Lesson 7 - John 3:31‐4:26
Jared Richard



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Thu, 06 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 8 - John 4:27 - 4:45
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson covers the verses John 4:27 - 4:45 and includes the Sermon on the Mount. Christ, as man and God, knew intimately the hunger for physical and spiritual needs of the people to whom he was ministering. This lesson looks at how Christ taught that He was there to fill their needs, as their Savior.
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Thu, 06 Feb 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson covers the verses John 4:27 - 4:45 and includes the Sermon on the Mount. Christ, as man and God, knew intimately the hunger for physical and spiritual needs of the people to whom he was ministering. This lesson looks at how Christ taught that webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson covers the verses John 4:27 - 4:45 and includes the Sermon on the Mount. Christ, as man and God, knew intimately the hunger for physical and spiritual needs of the people to whom he was ministering. This lesson looks at how Christ taught that He was there to fill their needs, as their Savior.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-8-john-427-445/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-8-john-427-445/audio.mp3

Lesson 4 - John 1:29-2:12
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson covers Christ’s role as the Lamb of God and Messiah and as Christ begins his ministry, we realize how familiar He is with the Old Testament prophecy. Because of this, Christ can point to why He fulfills the roll and is truly the Son of God.
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Sun, 26 Jan 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno This lesson covers Christ’s role as the Lamb of God and Messiah and as Christ begins his ministry, we realize how familiar He is with the Old Testament prophecy. Because of this, Christ can point to why He fulfills the roll and is truly the Son of God. webmaster@biblical-literacy.com This lesson covers Christ’s role as the Lamb of God and Messiah and as Christ begins his ministry, we realize how familiar He is with the Old Testament prophecy. Because of this, Christ can point to why He fulfills the roll and is truly the Son of God. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-4-john-129-212/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-4-john-129-212/audio.mp3

Lesson 3 - John 1:14-34
W. Mark Lanier


John 1:14 -28 sees John the Baptist testifying that he not Elijah or the messiahs but  “the voice of one crying in the wilderness, ‘Make straight the way of the Lord,’ as Isaiah the prophet said.”
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Sun, 19 Jan 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJohn 1:14 -28 sees John the Baptist testifying that he not Elijah or the messiahs but  “the voice of one crying in the wilderness, ‘Make straight the way of the Lord,’ as Isaiah the prophet said.”webmaster@biblical-literacy.comJohn 1:14 -28 sees John the Baptist testifying that he not Elijah or the messiahs but  “the voice of one crying in the wilderness, ‘Make straight the way of the Lord,’ as Isaiah the prophet said.”https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-3-john-114-34/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-3-john-114-34/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - John 1:9-14
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson covers verses 9 through 14 of the first chapter of the Gospel of John, making it clear that Christ was the true light of the world, which “enlightens everyone”, and that God, the light, was coming into the world.  Here Jesus is recognized as something beyond creation.
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Wed, 15 Jan 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno This lesson covers verses 9 through 14 of the first chapter of the Gospel of John, making it clear that Christ was the true light of the world, which “enlightens everyone”, and that God, the light, was coming into the world.  Here Jesus is recognized as webmaster@biblical-literacy.com This lesson covers verses 9 through 14 of the first chapter of the Gospel of John, making it clear that Christ was the true light of the world, which “enlightens everyone”, and that God, the light, was coming into the world.  Here Jesus is recognized as something beyond creation. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-2-john-19-14/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-2-john-19-14/audio.mp3

Lesson 1- John 1:1-8
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson covers the first eight verses of the first chapter of the Gospel of John, making it clear that the person of Christ was of the Word, in the beginning of time, one with God, and promised in the Old Testament.
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Wed, 08 Jan 2014 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson covers the first eight verses of the first chapter of the Gospel of John, making it clear that the person of Christ was of the Word, in the beginning of time, one with God, and promised in the Old Testament. webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson covers the first eight verses of the first chapter of the Gospel of John, making it clear that the person of Christ was of the Word, in the beginning of time, one with God, and promised in the Old Testament. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-1-john-11-8/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/lesson-1-john-11-8/audio.mp3

The Context Bible - Introduction
W. Mark Lanier


Want to read the Bible all the way through in 2014? Ever tried to do it before and had trouble wading through some of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy before you heard the Good News about Jesus? Maybe you've never read the Bible because you couldn't put it into context. Mark Lanier introduces "The Context Bible".  Using The Gospel of John, The Acts of the Apostles, and the Book of Revelations as anchor texts, daily readings covering all the books of the Bible will be applied to each week's verses. Come to the Lanier Life Group and hear in depth study extending from the worship hour by Dr. Fleming.
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Sun, 08 Dec 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWant to read the Bible all the way through in 2014? Ever tried to do it before and had trouble wading through some of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy before you heard the Good News about Jesus? Maybe you've never read the Bible because you couldn't puwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWant to read the Bible all the way through in 2014? Ever tried to do it before and had trouble wading through some of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy before you heard the Good News about Jesus? Maybe you've never read the Bible because you couldn't put it into context. Mark Lanier introduces "The Context Bible".  Using The Gospel of John, The Acts of the Apostles, and the Book of Revelations as anchor texts, daily readings covering all the books of the Bible will be applied to each week's verses. Come to the Lanier Life Group and hear in depth study extending from the worship hour by Dr. Fleming.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/the-context-bible-introduction/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/the-context-bible/the-context-bible-introduction/audio.mp3

Lesson 29 - Paul’s Letter to the Colossians
W. Mark Lanier



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Sat, 30 Nov 2013 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 28 - Paul’s Letter to the Church at Philippi
Jared Richard


In his letter to the Philippians, Paul thanked them for remembering him in his ministry with their gifts. Paul had known plenty and poverty and Paul had reached contentment with however much he had. Having explained that, however, Paul wanted the Philippians to know his appreciation for all they had done for him. Paul told them his contentment came from his confidence that he could achieve all God wanted him to do through Jesus Christ. Ultimately, it was God who supplied all of Paul’s needs, just as God did for the Philippians and all his children.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-28-pauls-letter-to-the-church-at-philippi/
Sat, 23 Nov 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In his letter to the Philippians, Paul thanked them for remembering him in his ministry with their gifts. Paul had known plenty and poverty and Paul had reached contentment with however much he had. Having explained that, however, Paul wanted the Philippwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com In his letter to the Philippians, Paul thanked them for remembering him in his ministry with their gifts. Paul had known plenty and poverty and Paul had reached contentment with however much he had. Having explained that, however, Paul wanted the Philippians to know his appreciation for all they had done for him. Paul told them his contentment came from his confidence that he could achieve all God wanted him to do through Jesus Christ. Ultimately, it was God who supplied all of Paul’s needs, just as God did for the Philippians and all his children. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-28-pauls-letter-to-the-church-at-philippi/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-28-pauls-letter-to-the-church-at-philippi/audio.mp3

Lesson 27 - Acts of the Apostles – Paul to Rome
W. Mark Lanier.


This lesson is about Paul’s journey, as a Roman prisoner, from Caesarea to Rome where he would stand trial.  It showcases his setting sail from Caesarea, the storm at sea which blew them off course from Crete to Malta, his 3 months at Malta healing the sick and telling about Jesus, and the final leg to Rome where Paul, for 2 years, paid for his own rented room and taught about Jesus.  Paul saw his imprisonment in Rome as something God was using to further God’s mission.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-27-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-to-rome/
Sun, 17 Nov 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson is about Paul’s journey, as a Roman prisoner, from Caesarea to Rome where he would stand trial.  It showcases his setting sail from Caesarea, the storm at sea which blew them off course from Crete to Malta, his 3 months at Malta healing the siwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson is about Paul’s journey, as a Roman prisoner, from Caesarea to Rome where he would stand trial.  It showcases his setting sail from Caesarea, the storm at sea which blew them off course from Crete to Malta, his 3 months at Malta healing the sick and telling about Jesus, and the final leg to Rome where Paul, for 2 years, paid for his own rented room and taught about Jesus.  Paul saw his imprisonment in Rome as something God was using to further God’s mission.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-27-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-to-rome/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-27-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-to-rome/audio.mp3

Lesson 26 - Acts of the Apostles – Paul Before Agrippa
W. Mark Lanier


Paul’s Jewish enemies wanted him dead.  Pursuing their vision resulted in the opposite result.  Instead of ending Paul’s ministry, Paul was able to spread the gospel into the halls of the powerful, all the way to Rome.  Paul had faith in God’s promise, so Paul walked by his faith in God’s sight rather than faith in his own.  God’s sight proved right.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-26-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-before-agrippa/
Sun, 10 Nov 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoPaul’s Jewish enemies wanted him dead.  Pursuing their vision resulted in the opposite result.  Instead of ending Paul’s ministry, Paul was able to spread the gospel into the halls of the powerful, all the way to Rome.  Paul had faith in God’s promise, sowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comPaul’s Jewish enemies wanted him dead.  Pursuing their vision resulted in the opposite result.  Instead of ending Paul’s ministry, Paul was able to spread the gospel into the halls of the powerful, all the way to Rome.  Paul had faith in God’s promise, so Paul walked by his faith in God’s sight rather than faith in his own.  God’s sight proved right.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-26-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-before-agrippa/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-26-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-before-agrippa/audio.mp3

Lesson 25 - Acts of the Apostles – Paul Before Governor Felix
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson recouts the story of Paul's very bad day in Jerusalem. On the way to worship and fellowship at the Temple, he is almost killed until a tribune intervenes. Through the day he is beaten, slapped, interrogated, and hauled off to the barracks. He will be incarcerated for years, evenutally being brought to trial before Felix in Caesarea. The charges against Paul? He is accused of being a troublemaker, a ringleader, and a desecrater of the temple.  And Paul's trial begins! Find out how Paul defends himself! Watch or listen!
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-25-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-before-governor-felix/
Sun, 03 Nov 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThis lesson recouts the story of Paul's very bad day in Jerusalem. On the way to worship and fellowship at the Temple, he is almost killed until a tribune intervenes. Through the day he is beaten, slapped, interrogated, and hauled off to the barracks. He webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThis lesson recouts the story of Paul's very bad day in Jerusalem. On the way to worship and fellowship at the Temple, he is almost killed until a tribune intervenes. Through the day he is beaten, slapped, interrogated, and hauled off to the barracks. He will be incarcerated for years, evenutally being brought to trial before Felix in Caesarea. The charges against Paul? He is accused of being a troublemaker, a ringleader, and a desecrater of the temple.  And Paul's trial begins! Find out how Paul defends himself! Watch or listen!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-25-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-before-governor-felix/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-25-acts-of-the-apostles-paul-before-governor-felix/audio.mp3

Lesson 24 - Acts of the Apostles – Paul's Arrest
W. Mark Lanier


This lesson is about Paul’s arrest in Jerusalem. Despite Paul's innocence he didn't not attempt to win his freedom. Instead he maintained a focus on serving the Lord and winning people to Christ. While Paul was in Roman custody, God came to him in a special way.  Luke records:  The Lord stood by him and said, “Take courage, for as you have testified to the facts about me in Jerusalem, so you must testify also in Rome.”  (Acts 23:11)
Would you have the courage to act as Paul did, to continue to serve the Kingdom, and spread the Good News? Be encouraged as you follow Paul's journey to Rome.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-24-acts-of-the-apostles-pauls-arrest/
Sun, 20 Oct 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno This lesson is about Paul’s arrest in Jerusalem. Despite Paul's innocence he didn't not attempt to win his freedom. Instead he maintained a focus on serving the Lord and winning people to Christ. While Paul was in Roman custody, God came to him in a specwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com This lesson is about Paul’s arrest in Jerusalem. Despite Paul's innocence he didn't not attempt to win his freedom. Instead he maintained a focus on serving the Lord and winning people to Christ. While Paul was in Roman custody, God came to him in a special way.  Luke records:  The Lord stood by him and said, “Take courage, for as you have testified to the facts about me in Jerusalem, so you must testify also in Rome.”  (Acts 23:11) Would you have the courage to act as Paul did, to continue to serve the Kingdom, and spread the Good News? Be encouraged as you follow Paul's journey to Rome.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-24-acts-of-the-apostles-pauls-arrest/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-24-acts-of-the-apostles-pauls-arrest/audio.mp3

Series Special Event - Argument for God
W. Mark Lanier


Do you believe in God? Not sure if you do? Do you work with people who wonder why you believe in God? Want to hear how a trial lawyer addressed those questions from a group of his non believing piers? Find out what takes more faith and sense: to be a believer or something else. This is a real life account of how to interacet with Grace and love to ALL around us. It's a testament to the power of the Holy Spirit in a life that is governed by Him.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-event-argument-for-god/
Sun, 13 Oct 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoDo you believe in God? Not sure if you do? Do you work with people who wonder why you believe in God? Want to hear how a trial lawyer addressed those questions from a group of his non believing piers? Find out what takes more faith and sense: to be a beliwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comDo you believe in God? Not sure if you do? Do you work with people who wonder why you believe in God? Want to hear how a trial lawyer addressed those questions from a group of his non believing piers? Find out what takes more faith and sense: to be a believer or something else. This is a real life account of how to interacet with Grace and love to ALL around us. It's a testament to the power of the Holy Spirit in a life that is governed by Him.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-event-argument-for-god/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-event-argument-for-god/audio.mp3

Lesson 23 - Acts of the Apostles – Paul’s Third Missionary Journey Concluded
W. Mark Lanier


In the conclusion of Paul’s third missionary journey, he leaves Ephesus, traveling back towards Corinth. He stayed in Greece for 3 months planning to sail back through Syria when a plot against his life caused him to change plans. Instead of a sea route, Paul took an overland route through Macedonia. A young man, Eutychus (whose name means Lucky), fell asleep while listening to Paul’s teaching and fell out of the window to the ground three stories below. Paul went to the street and cradled Eutychus in his arms; God restored Eutychus’ life. At Miletus, about 30 miles from Ephesus, Paul summoned the church elders and gave an incredible “good-bye” speech. He told the elders he was going to Jerusalem, under no illusions as to what he would face. God had prepared him for imprisonment and death. Paul wanted to finish the course God had set before him testifying to the good news of Christ’s death for humanity’s sin.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-23-acts-of-the-apostles-pauls-third-missionary-journey-concluded/
Sun, 06 Oct 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In the conclusion of Paul’s third missionary journey, he leaves Ephesus, traveling back towards Corinth. He stayed in Greece for 3 months planning to sail back through Syria when a plot against his life caused him to change plans. Instead of a sea route,webmaster@biblical-literacy.com In the conclusion of Paul’s third missionary journey, he leaves Ephesus, traveling back towards Corinth. He stayed in Greece for 3 months planning to sail back through Syria when a plot against his life caused him to change plans. Instead of a sea route, Paul took an overland route through Macedonia. A young man, Eutychus (whose name means Lucky), fell asleep while listening to Paul’s teaching and fell out of the window to the ground three stories below. Paul went to the street and cradled Eutychus in his arms; God restored Eutychus’ life. At Miletus, about 30 miles from Ephesus, Paul summoned the church elders and gave an incredible “good-bye” speech. He told the elders he was going to Jerusalem, under no illusions as to what he would face. God had prepared him for imprisonment and death. Paul wanted to finish the course God had set before him testifying to the good news of Christ’s death for humanity’s sin. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-23-acts-of-the-apostles-pauls-third-missionary-journey-concluded/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-23-acts-of-the-apostles-pauls-third-missionary-journey-concluded/audio.mp3

Lesson 22 - Romans
W. Mark Lanier


In Paul’s letter to the thriving Roman Christian community at the time, he begins his letter as a “servant of Christ” whom god called into the role of an apostle. Paul’s desire is to come to Rome to preach Christ’s death and resurrection as God’s means of forgiveness for everyone’s sins. He condemns the reign of sin over Jew and Gentile and reinforces the fact that God’s judgment is simple for Jew or Gentile. If you do right, you live eternally in his care. But if you sin you are condemned. Only through faith in Christ as Savior to all who believe, whether Jew or Gentile, do we have the grace that saves us. Paul then gives practical examples of Christian conduct: do not get arrogant; love genuinely; hate evil. In closing he tells them he is still hopeful to come to Rome and that God will eventually crush Satan.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-22-romans/
Sun, 29 Sep 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In Paul’s letter to the thriving Roman Christian community at the time, he begins his letter as a “servant of Christ” whom god called into the role of an apostle. Paul’s desire is to come to Rome to preach Christ’s death and resurrection as God’s means owebmaster@biblical-literacy.com In Paul’s letter to the thriving Roman Christian community at the time, he begins his letter as a “servant of Christ” whom god called into the role of an apostle. Paul’s desire is to come to Rome to preach Christ’s death and resurrection as God’s means of forgiveness for everyone’s sins. He condemns the reign of sin over Jew and Gentile and reinforces the fact that God’s judgment is simple for Jew or Gentile. If you do right, you live eternally in his care. But if you sin you are condemned. Only through faith in Christ as Savior to all who believe, whether Jew or Gentile, do we have the grace that saves us. Paul then gives practical examples of Christian conduct: do not get arrogant; love genuinely; hate evil. In closing he tells them he is still hopeful to come to Rome and that God will eventually crush Satan. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-22-romans/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-22-romans/audio.mp3

Lesson 21 - 2 Corinthians - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Paul planned to visit Corinth; instead, he went directly to Macedonia. He could have washed his hands of the Corinthian Church. They were awful to him, even joking about how short he was. From Macedonia he wrote to them, explaining that he decided not to come see them because he felt he could not be the “aroma of God” he needed to be in order to be a God-like influence. Instead, he would cause them more pain. Paul told them that the Old Testament covenant was etched in stone and brought death because no one could follow it but that the Holy Spirit brings life and glory. God changes us little by little to reflect his image. Paul learned from Titus that the Corinthians are moving back toward Paul’s teachings.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-21-2-corinthians-part-2/
Sun, 22 Sep 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Paul planned to visit Corinth; instead, he went directly to Macedonia. He could have washed his hands of the Corinthian Church. They were awful to him, even joking about how short he was. From Macedonia he wrote to them, explaining that he decided not towebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Paul planned to visit Corinth; instead, he went directly to Macedonia. He could have washed his hands of the Corinthian Church. They were awful to him, even joking about how short he was. From Macedonia he wrote to them, explaining that he decided not to come see them because he felt he could not be the “aroma of God” he needed to be in order to be a God-like influence. Instead, he would cause them more pain. Paul told them that the Old Testament covenant was etched in stone and brought death because no one could follow it but that the Holy Spirit brings life and glory. God changes us little by little to reflect his image. Paul learned from Titus that the Corinthians are moving back toward Paul’s teachings. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-21-2-corinthians-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-21-2-corinthians-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 21 - 2 Corinthians - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


If you really want to know Paul, study 2 Corinthians.  Paul’s world was falling apart.  He cared deeply for the church in Corinth.  While in Ephesus, in an effort to help the Corinthian church, Paul wrote Corinthians “A”.  The Corinthians wrote Paul back.  He then wrote 1 Corinthians (Corinthians “B”).  He sent Timothy and Erastus to work with the church … to no avail.  In order to “fix things” he then made a painful visit to Corinth – that didn’t work either.  Paul then wrote 2 Corinthians (Corinthians “C”).  He then sent Titus to help.
Meanwhile Paul was run out of Ephesus.  While on the road he was criticized and minimized.  He endured a painful “thorn in the flesh” – possibly something in his eye.  He asked God repeatedly to remove it.  God didn’t.  The thorn remained to keep Paul from becoming conceited.  Paul never saw the healing of his own infirmity.  God said to him “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness (2 Cor. 12:9).
How did Paul handle it when his world was crumbling?  He finds an ability to rejoice in the Lord.  He found purpose for his life before the Lord.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-21-2-corinthians-part-1/
Sat, 14 Sep 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno If you really want to know Paul, study 2 Corinthians.  Paul’s world was falling apart.  He cared deeply for the church in Corinth.  While in Ephesus, in an effort to help the Corinthian church, Paul wrote Corinthians “A”.  The Corinthians wrote Paul backwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com If you really want to know Paul, study 2 Corinthians.  Paul’s world was falling apart.  He cared deeply for the church in Corinth.  While in Ephesus, in an effort to help the Corinthian church, Paul wrote Corinthians “A”.  The Corinthians wrote Paul back.  He then wrote 1 Corinthians (Corinthians “B”).  He sent Timothy and Erastus to work with the church … to no avail.  In order to “fix things” he then made a painful visit to Corinth – that didn’t work either.  Paul then wrote 2 Corinthians (Corinthians “C”).  He then sent Titus to help. Meanwhile Paul was run out of Ephesus.  While on the road he was criticized and minimized.  He endured a painful “thorn in the flesh” – possibly something in his eye.  He asked God repeatedly to remove it.  God didn’t.  The thorn remained to keep Paul from becoming conceited.  Paul never saw the healing of his own infirmity.  God said to him “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness (2 Cor. 12:9). How did Paul handle it when his world was crumbling?  He finds an ability to rejoice in the Lord.  He found purpose for his life before the Lord. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-21-2-corinthians-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-21-2-corinthians-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 20 - 1 Corinthians - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Paul wrote letters to the Corinthians from Ephesus.  This lesson includes the entire book of 1st Corinthians – all 16 Chapters.
It is important to remember the context in which Paul’s letter was written.  The church had numerous major problems – sex, food, idolatry, lawsuits, divisions, bad theology, women’s issues.  Prior letters had already been sent back and forth between Paul and the Corinthians.  When we read 1st Corinthians we are in the middle of an ongoing conversation.
In Chapter 1, Paul reminds the Corinthians they are called to a common fellowship with a common destiny.  He appeals to them to drop their petty groups where they labeled themselves as “following Paul”, or “Peter”, or “Apollos”.  They should all fellow Christ!
In each of the subsequent chapters, Paul preaches, teaches, admonishes, praises, and explains concepts to them.  And before Paul closes, he reminds them of the core of our faith.  Jesus Christ died for our sins, was buried, and resurrected.  Death has lost its ultimate power over believers!
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-20-1-corinthians-part-1/
Sun, 08 Sep 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Paul wrote letters to the Corinthians from Ephesus.  This lesson includes the entire book of 1st Corinthians – all 16 Chapters. It is important to remember the context in which Paul’s letter was written.  The church had numerous major problems – sex, foowebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Paul wrote letters to the Corinthians from Ephesus.  This lesson includes the entire book of 1st Corinthians – all 16 Chapters. It is important to remember the context in which Paul’s letter was written.  The church had numerous major problems – sex, food, idolatry, lawsuits, divisions, bad theology, women’s issues.  Prior letters had already been sent back and forth between Paul and the Corinthians.  When we read 1st Corinthians we are in the middle of an ongoing conversation. In Chapter 1, Paul reminds the Corinthians they are called to a common fellowship with a common destiny.  He appeals to them to drop their petty groups where they labeled themselves as “following Paul”, or “Peter”, or “Apollos”.  They should all fellow Christ! In each of the subsequent chapters, Paul preaches, teaches, admonishes, praises, and explains concepts to them.  And before Paul closes, he reminds them of the core of our faith.  Jesus Christ died for our sins, was buried, and resurrected.  Death has lost its ultimate power over believers! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-20-1-corinthians-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-20-1-corinthians-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 19 - Paul's 2nd and 3rd Missionary Journey - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


During Paul's second missionary journey he stopped in Ephesus and reasonsed with the Jews in the sysnagogue. He didn't stay there long but left, his friends and fellow believers Aquila and Priscilaa stayed behind. A learned and eloquent man from Alexandria, Apollos, came into the town teaching about Jesus.  Apollos’s teachings had notable holes!  Apollos understood the baptism taught by John the Baptist, but failed to grasp the full import of Christ's death and resurrection. He was not teaching about the Baptism of Christ and the subsequent gift of the Holy Spirit. Thank goodness Priscilla and Aquila were there. In this lesson you find out how they attempted to fill in Apollos knowledge about Christ and the reaction Apollos exhibited when they did!D
During Paul's third missionary journey, he again returns to Ephesus, a place known for it's magic! They even worshipped a meteroite (not knowing what it was they built a temple to it!) The Holy Spirit through Paul works real magic in healings and life changing events. Learn how in this lesson!
 
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-19-pauls-2nd-and-3rd-missionary-journey-part-1/
Sun, 01 Sep 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno During Paul's second missionary journey he stopped in Ephesus and reasonsed with the Jews in the sysnagogue. He didn't stay there long but left, his friends and fellow believers Aquila and Priscilaa stayed behind. A learned and eloquent man from Alexandrwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com During Paul's second missionary journey he stopped in Ephesus and reasonsed with the Jews in the sysnagogue. He didn't stay there long but left, his friends and fellow believers Aquila and Priscilaa stayed behind. A learned and eloquent man from Alexandria, Apollos, came into the town teaching about Jesus.  Apollos’s teachings had notable holes!  Apollos understood the baptism taught by John the Baptist, but failed to grasp the full import of Christ's death and resurrection. He was not teaching about the Baptism of Christ and the subsequent gift of the Holy Spirit. Thank goodness Priscilla and Aquila were there. In this lesson you find out how they attempted to fill in Apollos knowledge about Christ and the reaction Apollos exhibited when they did!D During Paul's third missionary journey, he again returns to Ephesus, a place known for it's magic! They even worshipped a meteroite (not knowing what it was they built a temple to it!) The Holy Spirit through Paul works real magic in healings and life changing events. Learn how in this lesson!     https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-19-pauls-2nd-and-3rd-missionary-journey-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-19-pauls-2nd-and-3rd-missionary-journey-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 18 - 1 and 2 Thessalonians - Part 3 - Escatology
Jared Richard


While in Thessalonica Paul won some converts, but his message was considered a threat to the Romans.  Paul was forced to leave the city under duress.  He was prohibited from finishing his teaching to the early church.  They were confused regarding “the Last Things”.
Paul’s letters focused on cleaning up this confusion.  Paul’s aim was to encourage the early church as to the second coming of Christ and the establishment of his eternal kingdom.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-3-escatology/
Mon, 19 Aug 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno While in Thessalonica Paul won some converts, but his message was considered a threat to the Romans.  Paul was forced to leave the city under duress.  He was prohibited from finishing his teaching to the early church.  They were confused regarding “the Lwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com While in Thessalonica Paul won some converts, but his message was considered a threat to the Romans.  Paul was forced to leave the city under duress.  He was prohibited from finishing his teaching to the early church.  They were confused regarding “the Last Things”. Paul’s letters focused on cleaning up this confusion.  Paul’s aim was to encourage the early church as to the second coming of Christ and the establishment of his eternal kingdom. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-3-escatology/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-3-escatology/audio.mp3

Lesson 18 - 1 and 2 Thessalonians - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In Paul’s 2nd letter to the Thessalonians, he identifies God as our Father, showing the commonality of all believers before God.  He is thankful to God for the church’s ever growing faith and love and steadfastness in light of persecutions.
Paul wrote about the 2nd coming of Jesus in more detail, reminding the Thessalonians not to be confused about a false letter claiming to be from Paul, trying to deceive them that Jesus had already come.
At close he asks the church to pray for his missionary team, and to work and pay their own way.  Paul said, “No work, no food!”  He urges the church to stay fresh in living right and doing good.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-2/
Sun, 11 Aug 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In Paul’s 2nd letter to the Thessalonians, he identifies God as our Father, showing the commonality of all believers before God.  He is thankful to God for the church’s ever growing faith and love and steadfastness in light of persecutions. Paul wrote abwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com In Paul’s 2nd letter to the Thessalonians, he identifies God as our Father, showing the commonality of all believers before God.  He is thankful to God for the church’s ever growing faith and love and steadfastness in light of persecutions. Paul wrote about the 2nd coming of Jesus in more detail, reminding the Thessalonians not to be confused about a false letter claiming to be from Paul, trying to deceive them that Jesus had already come. At close he asks the church to pray for his missionary team, and to work and pay their own way.  Paul said, “No work, no food!”  He urges the church to stay fresh in living right and doing good. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 18 - 1 and 2 Thessalonians - Part 1
Stephen Trammell


While in Corinth, Paul wrote 2 letters to the church in Thessalonica.  Because he had to leave Thessalonica so suddenly, and flee to Corinth, due to the threatening crowd, he was concerned about the new followers he left behind.  He wrote them letters encouraging them to continue in the church’s faith and steadfastness.  He told them he was proud of them for accepting his message as the very word of God, and encouraged them to continue in faith and service of the living and true God.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-1/
Sat, 03 Aug 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno While in Corinth, Paul wrote 2 letters to the church in Thessalonica.  Because he had to leave Thessalonica so suddenly, and flee to Corinth, due to the threatening crowd, he was concerned about the new followers he left behind.  He wrote them letters enwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com While in Corinth, Paul wrote 2 letters to the church in Thessalonica.  Because he had to leave Thessalonica so suddenly, and flee to Corinth, due to the threatening crowd, he was concerned about the new followers he left behind.  He wrote them letters encouraging them to continue in the church’s faith and steadfastness.  He told them he was proud of them for accepting his message as the very word of God, and encouraged them to continue in faith and service of the living and true God. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-18-1-and-2-thessalonians-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 17- Acts of the Apostles - Part 6 - Paul and the Spread of the Church
W. Mark Lanier


Paul went to Corinth from Athens. Corinth, by all accounts was a wealthy and vibrant city, mostly due the unique location for trade and travel. Positioned with two harbors, one that faced Italy to the west and another facing Turkey to the East the route through Corinth was the safest way to sail from Italy to Troas, Ephesus, or other key cities in the eastern Mediterranean. While in Corinth, one night Paul had a vision from God where God told Paul not to fear, for in Corinth he would neither be attacked nor harmed. God was true to his word, and Paul stayed in Corinth for a full year and a half, longer than any city up to that point on his missionary trips. Corinth was the safest route for ships, and God used Corinth as a safe harbor for Paul to continue his missionary work without the violent persecutions that had marked the earlier Journey.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-6-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/
Sun, 28 Jul 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoPaul went to Corinth from Athens. Corinth, by all accounts was a wealthy and vibrant city, mostly due the unique location for trade and travel. Positioned with two harbors, one that faced Italy to the west and another facing Turkey to the East the route twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comPaul went to Corinth from Athens. Corinth, by all accounts was a wealthy and vibrant city, mostly due the unique location for trade and travel. Positioned with two harbors, one that faced Italy to the west and another facing Turkey to the East the route through Corinth was the safest way to sail from Italy to Troas, Ephesus, or other key cities in the eastern Mediterranean. While in Corinth, one night Paul had a vision from God where God told Paul not to fear, for in Corinth he would neither be attacked nor harmed. God was true to his word, and Paul stayed in Corinth for a full year and a half, longer than any city up to that point on his missionary trips. Corinth was the safest route for ships, and God used Corinth as a safe harbor for Paul to continue his missionary work without the violent persecutions that had marked the earlier Journey.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-6-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-6-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/audio.mp3

Lesson 17- Acts of the Apostles - Part 5 - Paul and the Spread of the Church
W. Mark Lanier


After leaving Philippi, Paul, Silas and Timothy, went through Amphipolis and Apollonia arriving in Thessalonica – on the road toward Rome.  In Thessalonica Paul preached in the synagogue telling the Jews of Jesus, proclaiming him as the Messiah.  Some Jews and many Greeks were persuaded.
 
Disbelieving Jews, jealous of the success of God’s work among the Greeks, worked up a crowd.  The church sent Paul and Silas away to Berea, but the Thessalonian Jews followed, found Paul in Berea and worked up a threatening crowd.  Paul left Silas and Timothy in Berea and was ushered by boat to Athens by Berean brothers.
 
Athens was birthplace of philosophy, theatre, and democracy, the cradle of European civilization.  Paul was alone but went daily to the marketplace to reason with the Greeks.  The Athenians took Paul to the Areopagus where Paul spoke to the philosophers where Paul delivered his message and some believed.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-5-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/
Sun, 21 Jul 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno After leaving Philippi, Paul, Silas and Timothy, went through Amphipolis and Apollonia arriving in Thessalonica – on the road toward Rome.  In Thessalonica Paul preached in the synagogue telling the Jews of Jesus, proclaiming him as the Messiah.  Some Jewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com After leaving Philippi, Paul, Silas and Timothy, went through Amphipolis and Apollonia arriving in Thessalonica – on the road toward Rome.  In Thessalonica Paul preached in the synagogue telling the Jews of Jesus, proclaiming him as the Messiah.  Some Jews and many Greeks were persuaded.   Disbelieving Jews, jealous of the success of God’s work among the Greeks, worked up a crowd.  The church sent Paul and Silas away to Berea, but the Thessalonian Jews followed, found Paul in Berea and worked up a threatening crowd.  Paul left Silas and Timothy in Berea and was ushered by boat to Athens by Berean brothers.   Athens was birthplace of philosophy, theatre, and democracy, the cradle of European civilization.  Paul was alone but went daily to the marketplace to reason with the Greeks.  The Athenians took Paul to the Areopagus where Paul spoke to the philosophers where Paul delivered his message and some believed. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-5-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-5-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/audio.mp3

Lesson 17- Acts of the Apostles - Part 4 - Paul and the Spread of the Church
W. Mark Lanier


After a return trip through the Galatian towns reinforcing the churches, Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch.  Paul continued his efforts to strengthen the churches in Galatia, fearing that that the churches were following a different teaching, a distortion of the true gospel. In his letter to the Galatians, Paul reiterated the message that all are saved by faith in Christ, not attempting to live under the Law of Moses.  Paul and Silas decided return to Galatia to encourage the fledgling churches. In Lycra they added Timothy to the group and in Troas, Luke joined the mission effort. The Holy Spirit rerouted the apostles to Philippi, and after Paul drove out a spirit of divination from a slave girl in Phillipi, he and Silas were arrested, beaten and jailed. 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/
Sat, 13 Jul 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno After a return trip through the Galatian towns reinforcing the churches, Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch.  Paul continued his efforts to strengthen the churches in Galatia, fearing that that the churches were following a different teaching, a distowebmaster@biblical-literacy.com After a return trip through the Galatian towns reinforcing the churches, Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch.  Paul continued his efforts to strengthen the churches in Galatia, fearing that that the churches were following a different teaching, a distortion of the true gospel. In his letter to the Galatians, Paul reiterated the message that all are saved by faith in Christ, not attempting to live under the Law of Moses.  Paul and Silas decided return to Galatia to encourage the fledgling churches. In Lycra they added Timothy to the group and in Troas, Luke joined the mission effort. The Holy Spirit rerouted the apostles to Philippi, and after Paul drove out a spirit of divination from a slave girl in Phillipi, he and Silas were arrested, beaten and jailed.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/audio.mp3

Lesson 17- Acts of the Apostles - Part 3 - Paul and the Spread of the Church
W. Mark Lanier


Persecution followed Paul and Barnabas, and actually promoted the spread of the Word in the same way Saul’s persecution of the believers in Jerusalem promoted the spread of the faith. Persecution by non believing Jews in Pisidian Antioch sent Paul and Barnabas to Iconium where they went to the synagogue and a great number of Greeks and Jews believed. There the non believer Jews chased them out to Lystra and Derbe. Then when within walking distance of Tarsus, Paul and Barnabas went back through the towns they were chased from just to encourage and strengthen the new believers.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/
Sat, 06 Jul 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Persecution followed Paul and Barnabas, and actually promoted the spread of the Word in the same way Saul’s persecution of the believers in Jerusalem promoted the spread of the faith. Persecution by non believing Jews in Pisidian Antioch sent Paul and Bawebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Persecution followed Paul and Barnabas, and actually promoted the spread of the Word in the same way Saul’s persecution of the believers in Jerusalem promoted the spread of the faith. Persecution by non believing Jews in Pisidian Antioch sent Paul and Barnabas to Iconium where they went to the synagogue and a great number of Greeks and Jews believed. There the non believer Jews chased them out to Lystra and Derbe. Then when within walking distance of Tarsus, Paul and Barnabas went back through the towns they were chased from just to encourage and strengthen the new believers. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/audio.mp3

Lesson 17- Acts of the Apostles - Part 2 - Paul and the Spread of the Church
W. Mark Lanier


The Holy Spirit staked claim on Paul and Barnabas at the church in Antioch, “Set apart for ME Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” (Acts 13:2) On Cyprus Saul and Barnabas presented the Word of God in the synagogues, and began using his Roman Name Paul, and the first miracle God performed through Paul showed that God planned more for Paul than Paul could imagine.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/
Sun, 30 Jun 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno The Holy Spirit staked claim on Paul and Barnabas at the church in Antioch, “Set apart for ME Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” (Acts 13:2) On Cyprus Saul and Barnabas presented the Word of God in the synagogues, and began usinwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com The Holy Spirit staked claim on Paul and Barnabas at the church in Antioch, “Set apart for ME Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” (Acts 13:2) On Cyprus Saul and Barnabas presented the Word of God in the synagogues, and began using his Roman Name Paul, and the first miracle God performed through Paul showed that God planned more for Paul than Paul could imagine. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/audio.mp3

Lesson 16 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 4 - Purpose and Overview
W. Mark Lanier


God’s plan is like a divine puzzle. It fits together perfectly, even though the pieces chose their shape and color. His pieces exercise their human choice, but the puzzle is always complete. Look at Paul, he chose his actions, from a Pharisee persecuting the early church to spreading the Word throughout the world as an apostle, he chose his path.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-purpose-and-overview/
Tue, 18 Jun 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno God’s plan is like a divine puzzle. It fits together perfectly, even though the pieces chose their shape and color. His pieces exercise their human choice, but the puzzle is always complete. Look at Paul, he chose his actions, from a Pharisee persecutingwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com God’s plan is like a divine puzzle. It fits together perfectly, even though the pieces chose their shape and color. His pieces exercise their human choice, but the puzzle is always complete. Look at Paul, he chose his actions, from a Pharisee persecuting the early church to spreading the Word throughout the world as an apostle, he chose his path. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-purpose-and-overview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-purpose-and-overview/audio.mp3

Lesson 17- Acts of the Apostles - Part 1 - Paul and the Spread of the Church
W. Mark Lanier


God’s plan is perfect, we make choices and act based on our will. God uses our decisions and actions to complete his plan. Take Paul, persecuting the Church in Jerusalem caused the faithful to disperse to other cities. There they preached the Resurrection of the Messiah, Jesus. This changed Christianity from a fringe Jewish faction to a belief being taught throughout the world.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/
Tue, 18 Jun 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno God’s plan is perfect, we make choices and act based on our will. God uses our decisions and actions to complete his plan. Take Paul, persecuting the Church in Jerusalem caused the faithful to disperse to other cities. There they preached the Resurrectiowebmaster@biblical-literacy.com God’s plan is perfect, we make choices and act based on our will. God uses our decisions and actions to complete his plan. Take Paul, persecuting the Church in Jerusalem caused the faithful to disperse to other cities. There they preached the Resurrection of the Messiah, Jesus. This changed Christianity from a fringe Jewish faction to a belief being taught throughout the world. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-17-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-paul-and-the-spread-of-the-church/audio.mp3

Lesson 16 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 3 - Purpose and Overview
W. Mark Lanier


God is able to take every autonomous decision by independent humanity, and integrate it into the final perfect puzzle that expresses his will. We see that incredibly clearly in the apostle Paul. Integrating Scripture with our other historical knowledge provides us a view of Paul as the perfect piece of the puzzle that not only holds together other pieces, but also fills in the picture. Paul could go to synagogues throughout the Greek/Roman world and attend services as a man who had studied under the great Gamaliel. Paul had impeccable rabbinical credential so every synagogue offered Paul the resurrection believing Pharisee, a chance to teach the resurrected Christ!
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-purpose-and-overview/
Sun, 09 Jun 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno God is able to take every autonomous decision by independent humanity, and integrate it into the final perfect puzzle that expresses his will. We see that incredibly clearly in the apostle Paul. Integrating Scripture with our other historical knowledge pwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com God is able to take every autonomous decision by independent humanity, and integrate it into the final perfect puzzle that expresses his will. We see that incredibly clearly in the apostle Paul. Integrating Scripture with our other historical knowledge provides us a view of Paul as the perfect piece of the puzzle that not only holds together other pieces, but also fills in the picture. Paul could go to synagogues throughout the Greek/Roman world and attend services as a man who had studied under the great Gamaliel. Paul had impeccable rabbinical credential so every synagogue offered Paul the resurrection believing Pharisee, a chance to teach the resurrected Christ! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-purpose-and-overview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-purpose-and-overview/audio.mp3

Lesson 16 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 2 - Purpose and Overview
W. Mark Lanier


Choices and decisions - we make them all day, every day. How do we do so when we want to follow God's will? In the case of Cornelius, the Holy Spirit fell in a miraculous way on the gentiles before their baptisms. This is very rare in Scripture. Earnest prayer and seeking the direction of God provides the guidance needed to make the proper decisions to advance the Word.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-purpose-and-overview/
Sat, 01 Jun 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Choices and decisions - we make them all day, every day. How do we do so when we want to follow God's will? In the case of Cornelius, the Holy Spirit fell in a miraculous way on the gentiles before their baptisms. This is very rare in Scripture. Earnest webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Choices and decisions - we make them all day, every day. How do we do so when we want to follow God's will? In the case of Cornelius, the Holy Spirit fell in a miraculous way on the gentiles before their baptisms. This is very rare in Scripture. Earnest prayer and seeking the direction of God provides the guidance needed to make the proper decisions to advance the Word. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-purpose-and-overview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-purpose-and-overview/audio.mp3

Lesson 16 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 1 - Purpose and Overview
W. Mark Lanier


People generally do things for reasons, especially if it is something that takes a significant amount of time. The reason may not be well thought out, but if you are going to a great deal of effort, you likely have a reason for doing so!
The apostles chose to obey Christ, and the Spirit came. Listeners chose to respond to Peter's teaching, and they were saved. The apostles continued to choose following God with their lives, and when the power structure threatened to cut their lives short, they pressed on with what God called them to do. People were saved, their lives were spared, and the church grew.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-purpose-and-overview/
Tue, 28 May 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno People generally do things for reasons, especially if it is something that takes a significant amount of time. The reason may not be well thought out, but if you are going to a great deal of effort, you likely have a reason for doing so! The apostles chowebmaster@biblical-literacy.com People generally do things for reasons, especially if it is something that takes a significant amount of time. The reason may not be well thought out, but if you are going to a great deal of effort, you likely have a reason for doing so! The apostles chose to obey Christ, and the Spirit came. Listeners chose to respond to Peter's teaching, and they were saved. The apostles continued to choose following God with their lives, and when the power structure threatened to cut their lives short, they pressed on with what God called them to do. People were saved, their lives were spared, and the church grew.   https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-purpose-and-overview/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-16-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-purpose-and-overview/audio.mp3

Lesson 15 - Acts of the Apostles - The Growth of the Church
W. Mark Lanier


God’s timing was perfect. He chose the perfect moment to send His Son the Savior. Several factors were required to allow the church to establish and grow into the worldwide influence it became almost overnight, at least in the historical sense of “overnight.”  Without the Roman peace, the Roman roads, the Jewish dispersion, the temple worship, the key people in the key places, the church would have never made it. Only  God’s divine intervention could allow this movement to conquer the world.  Again, only by the hand of God!
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-15-acts-of-the-apostles-the-growth-of-the-church/
Sun, 19 May 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno God’s timing was perfect. He chose the perfect moment to send His Son the Savior. Several factors were required to allow the church to establish and grow into the worldwide influence it became almost overnight, at least in the historical sense of “overniwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com God’s timing was perfect. He chose the perfect moment to send His Son the Savior. Several factors were required to allow the church to establish and grow into the worldwide influence it became almost overnight, at least in the historical sense of “overnight.”  Without the Roman peace, the Roman roads, the Jewish dispersion, the temple worship, the key people in the key places, the church would have never made it. Only  God’s divine intervention could allow this movement to conquer the world.  Again, only by the hand of God! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-15-acts-of-the-apostles-the-growth-of-the-church/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-15-acts-of-the-apostles-the-growth-of-the-church/audio.mp3

Lesson 14 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 4 - Acts of the Holy Spirit
W. Mark Lanier


In this lesson we continue the study of the perfect parallel between John's Gospel account of Jesus promises concerning the Helper He will Send and the Acts of The Holy Spirit.
The cross reference between the teachings of Jesus and the Holy Spirit in Acts shows the complete manifestation of the Holy Spirit exactly as Jesus promised.
The Holy Spirit fulfilled the purposes Jesus had set out. The Acts of the Apostles were carried out through the Holy Spirit, who "Helped" while keeping the focus on Jesus Christ the Savior.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/
Sun, 12 May 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In this lesson we continue the study of the perfect parallel between John's Gospel account of Jesus promises concerning the Helper He will Send and the Acts of The Holy Spirit. The cross reference between the teachings of Jesus and the Holy Spirit in Actwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com In this lesson we continue the study of the perfect parallel between John's Gospel account of Jesus promises concerning the Helper He will Send and the Acts of The Holy Spirit. The cross reference between the teachings of Jesus and the Holy Spirit in Acts shows the complete manifestation of the Holy Spirit exactly as Jesus promised. The Holy Spirit fulfilled the purposes Jesus had set out. The Acts of the Apostles were carried out through the Holy Spirit, who "Helped" while keeping the focus on Jesus Christ the Savior. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-4-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/audio.mp3

Lesson 14 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 3 - Acts of the Holy Spirit
W. Mark Lanier


In part 3 of the acts of the Holy Spirit as recorded in Acts, Mark Lanier focuses on a "check list' from John that precisely demonstrates Jesus' teaching on what the Holy Spirit would give His followers. Does the Holy Spirit's activity fullfill these promises? Go verse by verse and see the work of the Holy Spirit and find out if as Bob Dylans sings, "God Don't make promises that He don't keep" is a promise that God has made you if you believe in the saving Grace of the Messiah and God's plan.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/
Fri, 03 May 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In part 3 of the acts of the Holy Spirit as recorded in Acts, Mark Lanier focuses on a "check list' from John that precisely demonstrates Jesus' teaching on what the Holy Spirit would give His followers. Does the Holy Spirit's activity fullfill these prowebmaster@biblical-literacy.com In part 3 of the acts of the Holy Spirit as recorded in Acts, Mark Lanier focuses on a "check list' from John that precisely demonstrates Jesus' teaching on what the Holy Spirit would give His followers. Does the Holy Spirit's activity fullfill these promises? Go verse by verse and see the work of the Holy Spirit and find out if as Bob Dylans sings, "God Don't make promises that He don't keep" is a promise that God has made you if you believe in the saving Grace of the Messiah and God's plan. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-3-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/audio.mp3

Lesson 14 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 2 - Acts of the Holy Spirit
W. Mark Lanier


In part 2 of the Acts of the Holy Spirit, Mark Lanier begins the lesson with revelations from the Old Testament concerning the Holy Spirit, using passages in Psalms and Isaiah and references as early as the creation story in Genesis. The Old Testament scripture testifies to the Spirit of God descending on people at different times but in a temporary capacity, unlike the dwelling promised by Christ. Did early believers understand the way the workings of the Holy Spirit occured at the time of Christ? Listen to the lesson to know learn if believers are promised a permanent indwelling of the spirit to assist their walk with God.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/
Sat, 27 Apr 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In part 2 of the Acts of the Holy Spirit, Mark Lanier begins the lesson with revelations from the Old Testament concerning the Holy Spirit, using passages in Psalms and Isaiah and references as early as the creation story in Genesis. The Old Testament scwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com In part 2 of the Acts of the Holy Spirit, Mark Lanier begins the lesson with revelations from the Old Testament concerning the Holy Spirit, using passages in Psalms and Isaiah and references as early as the creation story in Genesis. The Old Testament scripture testifies to the Spirit of God descending on people at different times but in a temporary capacity, unlike the dwelling promised by Christ. Did early believers understand the way the workings of the Holy Spirit occured at the time of Christ? Listen to the lesson to know learn if believers are promised a permanent indwelling of the spirit to assist their walk with God. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-2-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/audio.mp3

Lesson 14 - Acts of the Apostles - Part 1 - Acts of the Holy Spirit
W. Mark Lanier


Mark Lanier begins the study of the Acts of the Apostles  with the acts of the Holy Spirit. What is your view of the Holy Spirit?  In part 1, Mark examines what Jesus' words revealed concerning the paraclete using the synoptics Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) and then examines John's gospel for further revelation. Find out if this fits with your understanding of how the Holy Spirit worked in the lives of the early Christian church, as detailed in Acts, and how the Holy Spirit works today.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/
Sun, 21 Apr 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMark Lanier begins the study of the Acts of the Apostles  with the acts of the Holy Spirit. What is your view of the Holy Spirit?  In part 1, Mark examines what Jesus' words revealed concerning the paraclete using the synoptics Gospels (Matthew, Mark, andwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMark Lanier begins the study of the Acts of the Apostles  with the acts of the Holy Spirit. What is your view of the Holy Spirit?  In part 1, Mark examines what Jesus' words revealed concerning the paraclete using the synoptics Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) and then examines John's gospel for further revelation. Find out if this fits with your understanding of how the Holy Spirit worked in the lives of the early Christian church, as detailed in Acts, and how the Holy Spirit works today.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-14-acts-of-the-apostles-part-1-acts-of-the-holy-spirit/audio.mp3

Lesson 13 - The Gospel of John - Part 2 - Some Final Thoughts
W. Mark Lanier


In this last installment for the gospel of John, Mark Lanier strengthens the case that John used Paul's circulating letter to the Ephesians when he wrote his gospel account. Why do we care about this? Listen in and find out and be blessed by God's words to us!
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-13-the-gospel-of-john-part-2-some-final-thoughts/
Sun, 14 Apr 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn this last installment for the gospel of John, Mark Lanier strengthens the case that John used Paul's circulating letter to the Ephesians when he wrote his gospel account. Why do we care about this? Listen in and find out and be blessed by God's words twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn this last installment for the gospel of John, Mark Lanier strengthens the case that John used Paul's circulating letter to the Ephesians when he wrote his gospel account. Why do we care about this? Listen in and find out and be blessed by God's words to us!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-13-the-gospel-of-john-part-2-some-final-thoughts/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-13-the-gospel-of-john-part-2-some-final-thoughts/audio.mp3

Lesson 13 - The Gospel of John - Part 1 - Some Final Thoughts
W. Mark Lanier


Listen as Mark Lanier builds a case for John having the letter of Paul to the Ephesians as John writes his Gospel. See if he can convince you that careful study reveals Paul's influence and takes you back to the city of Ephesians only a few decades after Christ's Resurrection.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-13-the-gospel-of-john-part-1-some-final-thoughts/
Sun, 07 Apr 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoListen as Mark Lanier builds a case for John having the letter of Paul to the Ephesians as John writes his Gospel. See if he can convince you that careful study reveals Paul's influence and takes you back to the city of Ephesians only a few decades after webmaster@biblical-literacy.comListen as Mark Lanier builds a case for John having the letter of Paul to the Ephesians as John writes his Gospel. See if he can convince you that careful study reveals Paul's influence and takes you back to the city of Ephesians only a few decades after Christ's Resurrection.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-13-the-gospel-of-john-part-1-some-final-thoughts/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-13-the-gospel-of-john-part-1-some-final-thoughts/audio.mp3

Lesson 12 - The Gospel of John - Part 4 - The Seven Miracles
W. Mark Lanier


In the last installment of the Gospel of John and the seven miracles, Mark Lanier emphasizes the beauty and reason that each of the 'sign's were chosen, so that we might have everlasting life in communion with our Father. Watch, listen, and learn in one of the best, most clear lessons yet on how wonderful the Messiah, Christ Jesus is in His gift to us, redemption.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-4-the-seven-miracles/
Sun, 24 Mar 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn the last installment of the Gospel of John and the seven miracles, Mark Lanier emphasizes the beauty and reason that each of the 'sign's were chosen, so that we might have everlasting life in communion with our Father. Watch, listen, and learn in one owebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn the last installment of the Gospel of John and the seven miracles, Mark Lanier emphasizes the beauty and reason that each of the 'sign's were chosen, so that we might have everlasting life in communion with our Father. Watch, listen, and learn in one of the best, most clear lessons yet on how wonderful the Messiah, Christ Jesus is in His gift to us, redemption.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-4-the-seven-miracles/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-4-the-seven-miracles/audio.mp3

Series Special Event - Passover
Stephen Trammell



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lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-event-passover/
Sun, 17 Mar 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-event-passover/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-event-passover/audio.mp3

Lesson 12 - The Gospel of John - Part 3 - The Seven Miracles
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-3-the-seven-miracles/
Sun, 10 Mar 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-3-the-seven-miracles/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-3-the-seven-miracles/audio.mp3

Lesson 11 - The Gospel of John - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In a continuation of the introduction to the Gospel of John, Mark Lanier traces the Hebrew themes that John used to reach his audience. John linked familiar old testament ideas including themes of creation, the tabernacle, the Jewish festivals, and the bread of life to Christ as the Messiah and the Son of God. You might be familiar with Passover, but find out the role that the Festival of Sukkot plays in John's gospel.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-11-the-gospel-of-john-part-2/
Mon, 04 Mar 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn a continuation of the introduction to the Gospel of John, Mark Lanier traces the Hebrew themes that John used to reach his audience. John linked familiar old testament ideas including themes of creation, the tabernacle, the Jewish festivals, and the brwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn a continuation of the introduction to the Gospel of John, Mark Lanier traces the Hebrew themes that John used to reach his audience. John linked familiar old testament ideas including themes of creation, the tabernacle, the Jewish festivals, and the bread of life to Christ as the Messiah and the Son of God. You might be familiar with Passover, but find out the role that the Festival of Sukkot plays in John's gospel.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-11-the-gospel-of-john-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-11-the-gospel-of-john-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 12 - The Gospel of John - Part 2 - The Seven Miracles
W. Mark Lanier


The term "Son of God"... how did John link the seven miracles he describes in his Gospels to understand that Christ was the true, unique, Son of God? Do you wonder about the Trinity? Listen to this continung lesson of the Gospel of John and the miracles he uses to understand Christ, the Messiah.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-2-the-seven-miracles/
Sun, 03 Mar 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe term "Son of God"... how did John link the seven miracles he describes in his Gospels to understand that Christ was the true, unique, Son of God? Do you wonder about the Trinity? Listen to this continung lesson of the Gospel of John and the miracles hwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe term "Son of God"... how did John link the seven miracles he describes in his Gospels to understand that Christ was the true, unique, Son of God? Do you wonder about the Trinity? Listen to this continung lesson of the Gospel of John and the miracles he uses to understand Christ, the Messiah.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-2-the-seven-miracles/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-2-the-seven-miracles/audio.mp3

Lesson 12 - The Gospel of John - Part 1 - The Seven Miracles
W. Mark Lanier


In John's gospel, he details seven miracles. Only seven. Why? Are you curious as to why of all the miracles Christ performed, John in his wisdom of advancing years, picked the seven he did for his 'spiritual' gospel?
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-1-the-seven-miracles/
Sun, 24 Feb 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn John's gospel, he details seven miracles. Only seven. Why? Are you curious as to why of all the miracles Christ performed, John in his wisdom of advancing years, picked the seven he did for his 'spiritual' gospel?  webmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn John's gospel, he details seven miracles. Only seven. Why? Are you curious as to why of all the miracles Christ performed, John in his wisdom of advancing years, picked the seven he did for his 'spiritual' gospel?  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-1-the-seven-miracles/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-12-the-gospel-of-john-part-1-the-seven-miracles/audio.mp3

Lesson 11 - The Gospel of John - Introduction
W. Mark Lanier


The Gospel of John was written when John was an old man, in Ephesus, and decades after the physical events of Christ's life, death, burial, and resurrection. It is considered a spiritual gosple, different than the three synoptic gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Follow along with Mark Lanier as he introduces this beautiful gospel and why the maturity and wisdom of John provided a continuing revelation of God's plan, one that has impact on our lives today.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-11-the-gospel-of-john-introduction/
Mon, 11 Feb 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe Gospel of John was written when John was an old man, in Ephesus, and decades after the physical events of Christ's life, death, burial, and resurrection. It is considered a spiritual gosple, different than the three synoptic gospels of Matthew, Mark, webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe Gospel of John was written when John was an old man, in Ephesus, and decades after the physical events of Christ's life, death, burial, and resurrection. It is considered a spiritual gosple, different than the three synoptic gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Follow along with Mark Lanier as he introduces this beautiful gospel and why the maturity and wisdom of John provided a continuing revelation of God's plan, one that has impact on our lives today.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-11-the-gospel-of-john-introduction/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-11-the-gospel-of-john-introduction/audio.mp3

Lesson 10 - The Gospel of Luke - Part 4
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-4/
Sat, 09 Feb 2013 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 10 - The Gospel of Luke - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


Thirty five percent of content of Luke is not found in any of the other three gospels. Does this mean Luke made it up? In part 2, Mark Lanier discusses the parables and events that are unique to Luke. See if he convinces you that that Luke had a reason for the inclusions. See if you can have confidence in God's revelation of the greatest moment in earth's history through Luke's account, a physician with a unique perspective.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/cuTPPLviLH0/

lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-3/
Sun, 27 Jan 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThirty five percent of content of Luke is not found in any of the other three gospels. Does this mean Luke made it up? In part 2, Mark Lanier discusses the parables and events that are unique to Luke. See if he convinces you that that Luke had a reason fowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThirty five percent of content of Luke is not found in any of the other three gospels. Does this mean Luke made it up? In part 2, Mark Lanier discusses the parables and events that are unique to Luke. See if he convinces you that that Luke had a reason for the inclusions. See if you can have confidence in God's revelation of the greatest moment in earth's history through Luke's account, a physician with a unique perspective.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 10 - The Gospel of Luke - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Thirty five percent of content of Luke is not found in any of the other three gospels. Does this mean Luke made it up? In part 1, Mark Lanier discusses  the Magnificat, Benedictus, Gloria, and Nunc Dimittis, songs that only Luke recorded. Listen to the beauty of them and understand their importance for Christians durings Luke's time and in ours! See if he convinces you that that Luke had a reason for the inclusions. See if you can have confidence in God's revelation of the greatest moment in earth's history through Luke's account, a physician with a unique perspective.
 
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-2/
Sat, 19 Jan 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThirty five percent of content of Luke is not found in any of the other three gospels. Does this mean Luke made it up? In part 1, Mark Lanier discusses  the Magnificat, Benedictus, Gloria, and Nunc Dimittis, songs that only Luke recorded. Listen to the bewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThirty five percent of content of Luke is not found in any of the other three gospels. Does this mean Luke made it up? In part 1, Mark Lanier discusses  the Magnificat, Benedictus, Gloria, and Nunc Dimittis, songs that only Luke recorded. Listen to the beauty of them and understand their importance for Christians durings Luke's time and in ours! See if he convinces you that that Luke had a reason for the inclusions. See if you can have confidence in God's revelation of the greatest moment in earth's history through Luke's account, a physician with a unique perspective.    https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 10 - The Gospel of Luke - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Luke was highly educated, a doctor, and traveled with Paul. How do these attributes testify to the validity of Luke's account of the Good News about Christ?
In this introduction to the Gospel according to Luke, find out why there are differences in this account compared to Mark, Matthew, and John; discover the relevance of 'why' Luke penned his account; and decide for yourself how valid Luke's choice of eyewitnesses to the Christ.
 
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-1/
Sun, 06 Jan 2013 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoLuke was highly educated, a doctor, and traveled with Paul. How do these attributes testify to the validity of Luke's account of the Good News about Christ? In this introduction to the Gospel according to Luke, find out why there are differences in this awebmaster@biblical-literacy.comLuke was highly educated, a doctor, and traveled with Paul. How do these attributes testify to the validity of Luke's account of the Good News about Christ? In this introduction to the Gospel according to Luke, find out why there are differences in this account compared to Mark, Matthew, and John; discover the relevance of 'why' Luke penned his account; and decide for yourself how valid Luke's choice of eyewitnesses to the Christ.    https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-10-the-gospel-of-luke-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 9 - Jesus in the Old Testament
W. Mark Lanier


The Incarnation refers to God emodied in Christ. Did you ever wonder what verses in the Old Testament point to the coming Messiah? Find out! Mark Lanier uses the beautiful illustrations from the Stone Chapel to guide evidence of the coming Incarnation through Old Testament prophecy.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-9-jesus-in-the-old-testament/
Sun, 16 Dec 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe Incarnation refers to God emodied in Christ. Did you ever wonder what verses in the Old Testament point to the coming Messiah? Find out! Mark Lanier uses the beautiful illustrations from the Stone Chapel to guide evidence of the coming Incarnation thrwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe Incarnation refers to God emodied in Christ. Did you ever wonder what verses in the Old Testament point to the coming Messiah? Find out! Mark Lanier uses the beautiful illustrations from the Stone Chapel to guide evidence of the coming Incarnation through Old Testament prophecy.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-9-jesus-in-the-old-testament/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-9-jesus-in-the-old-testament/audio.mp3

Lesson 8 - The Parables
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-8-the-parables/
Thu, 13 Dec 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-8-the-parables/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-8-the-parables/audio.mp3

Lesson 7 - The Synoptic Problem
W. Mark Lanier


How do a lawyer's rules of court and the knowledge of how to recognize a good witness give information on the synoptic phenomenon found in Matthew, Mark and Luke? Follow along as Mark Lanier tackles why these three gospels each tell their story of Jesus in their own words.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-7-the-synoptic-problem/
Sat, 01 Dec 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHow do a lawyer's rules of court and the knowledge of how to recognize a good witness give information on the synoptic phenomenon found in Matthew, Mark and Luke? Follow along as Mark Lanier tackles why these three gospels each tell their story of Jesus iwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHow do a lawyer's rules of court and the knowledge of how to recognize a good witness give information on the synoptic phenomenon found in Matthew, Mark and Luke? Follow along as Mark Lanier tackles why these three gospels each tell their story of Jesus in their own words.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-7-the-synoptic-problem/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-7-the-synoptic-problem/audio.mp3

Lesson 6 - The Gospel of Matthew - Miracles
W. Mark Lanier


Do you wish you knew of a present day miracle? Why was Jesus in the business of doing miracles during his day? Mark Lanier explains why Christ performed the miracles, as He set about the kingdom work of this time and the Kingdom that is to come.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-6-the-gospel-of-matthew-miracles/
Sun, 25 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoDo you wish you knew of a present day miracle? Why was Jesus in the business of doing miracles during his day? Mark Lanier explains why Christ performed the miracles, as He set about the kingdom work of this time and the Kingdom that is to come.  webmaster@biblical-literacy.comDo you wish you knew of a present day miracle? Why was Jesus in the business of doing miracles during his day? Mark Lanier explains why Christ performed the miracles, as He set about the kingdom work of this time and the Kingdom that is to come.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-6-the-gospel-of-matthew-miracles/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-6-the-gospel-of-matthew-miracles/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - The Gospel of Matthew - Part 2, finished
W. Mark Lanier


There has been a steady decline in self-identified church going Christians in the last decade. At the root of this is  academic pursuits that have attempted to show that the Bible is not the Holy revealed word of God. Mark Lanier addresses the integrity of the Gospel of Matthew and what it means to our faith and the generation after us. If you are  worried about the integrity of God's word or doubt that He would speak to His creation, listen to this lesson.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/iYe_lW3hB1c/

lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2-finished/
Sun, 18 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThere has been a steady decline in self-identified church going Christians in the last decade. At the root of this is  academic pursuits that have attempted to show that the Bible is not the Holy revealed word of God. Mark Lanier addresses the integrity owebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThere has been a steady decline in self-identified church going Christians in the last decade. At the root of this is  academic pursuits that have attempted to show that the Bible is not the Holy revealed word of God. Mark Lanier addresses the integrity of the Gospel of Matthew and what it means to our faith and the generation after us. If you are  worried about the integrity of God's word or doubt that He would speak to His creation, listen to this lesson.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2-finished/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2-finished/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - The Gospel of Matthew - Part 2, continued
W. Mark Lanier


What do idioms have to do with the gospel of Matthew? Do you have a healthy eye? Mark Lanier continues to breakdown the Jewishness of this gospel by explaining not only the idioms but the gematria and Hebrew story line that Matthew used to explained the good news to his Jewish audience.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2-continued/
Mon, 12 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhat do idioms have to do with the gospel of Matthew? Do you have a healthy eye? Mark Lanier continues to breakdown the Jewishness of this gospel by explaining not only the idioms but the gematria and Hebrew story line that Matthew used to explained the gwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhat do idioms have to do with the gospel of Matthew? Do you have a healthy eye? Mark Lanier continues to breakdown the Jewishness of this gospel by explaining not only the idioms but the gematria and Hebrew story line that Matthew used to explained the good news to his Jewish audience.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2-continued/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2-continued/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - The Gospel of Matthew - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Matthew was a gospel written for the Jewish mindset. What does that mean? Why is that important? Mark Lanier explains how the author of this gospel tailors his writing and the recollection of Christ's sacrifice to the Jewish audience of his day. In doing so, he hoped to spread the Good News. Find out how understanding the message of a Jewish savior two thousand years ago is applicable today in our secular world.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/p2IyJOBDwDE/

lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2/
Sat, 03 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMatthew was a gospel written for the Jewish mindset. What does that mean? Why is that important? Mark Lanier explains how the author of this gospel tailors his writing and the recollection of Christ's sacrifice to the Jewish audience of his day. In doing webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMatthew was a gospel written for the Jewish mindset. What does that mean? Why is that important? Mark Lanier explains how the author of this gospel tailors his writing and the recollection of Christ's sacrifice to the Jewish audience of his day. In doing so, he hoped to spread the Good News. Find out how understanding the message of a Jewish savior two thousand years ago is applicable today in our secular world.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-2/audio.mp3

Series Special Events - The Sermon on the Mount
Jared Richard


We are called to be discplies and to usher in the kingdom of Heaven. The Sermon on the Mount gives three pinciples on how to achieve this. Guest teacher, Jared Richard provides insight on the New Kingdom as described by Christ.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-events-the-sermon-on-the-mount/
Sun, 28 Oct 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWe are called to be discplies and to usher in the kingdom of Heaven. The Sermon on the Mount gives three pinciples on how to achieve this. Guest teacher, Jared Richard provides insight on the New Kingdom as described by Christ.  webmaster@biblical-literacy.comWe are called to be discplies and to usher in the kingdom of Heaven. The Sermon on the Mount gives three pinciples on how to achieve this. Guest teacher, Jared Richard provides insight on the New Kingdom as described by Christ.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-events-the-sermon-on-the-mount/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/series-special-events-the-sermon-on-the-mount/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - The Gospel of Matthew - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


What portrait of Jesus does Matthew paint? How does he tell the Good News story? Mark Lanier answers these questions through each of the 28 chapters in Matthew. Beginning with the first chapter where  “Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham” is identified as the one conceived by the Holy Spirit, and called “Immanuel” – God, to the last chapter when Matthew ends with the words of the resurrected Christ assuring his followers that he – the I am- and is with them always, to the end of the age.
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-1/
Sat, 20 Oct 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhat portrait of Jesus does Matthew paint? How does he tell the Good News story? Mark Lanier answers these questions through each of the 28 chapters in Matthew. Beginning with the first chapter where  “Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham” iwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhat portrait of Jesus does Matthew paint? How does he tell the Good News story? Mark Lanier answers these questions through each of the 28 chapters in Matthew. Beginning with the first chapter where  “Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham” is identified as the one conceived by the Holy Spirit, and called “Immanuel” – God, to the last chapter when Matthew ends with the words of the resurrected Christ assuring his followers that he – the I am- and is with them always, to the end of the age. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-5-the-gospel-of-matthew-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 4 - The Gospel of Mark
W. Mark Lanier


Did you know that Mark isn't written in chronological order? Are you familiar with Mark's writing style? Explore the gospel of Mark, considered the earliest written gospel, and find out where it differs or is similar to Matthew, Luke, and John.Find out what Mark says as he paints the picture of Christ's life.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/E8ivZyW6nG0/

lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-4-the-gospel-of-mark/
Sat, 13 Oct 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoDid you know that Mark isn't written in chronological order? Are you familiar with Mark's writing style? Explore the gospel of Mark, considered the earliest written gospel, and find out where it differs or is similar to Matthew, Luke, and John.Find out whwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comDid you know that Mark isn't written in chronological order? Are you familiar with Mark's writing style? Explore the gospel of Mark, considered the earliest written gospel, and find out where it differs or is similar to Matthew, Luke, and John.Find out what Mark says as he paints the picture of Christ's life.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-4-the-gospel-of-mark/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-4-the-gospel-of-mark/audio.mp3

Lesson 3 - The Canon - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-3/
Sun, 07 Oct 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 3 - The Canon - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Do books that are written to make you doubt whether or not the Bible is God's revelation. Won't want to be scared? Read this lesson  to know how you can be certain of the Canon!
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/6rpRws47J3A/

lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-2/
Wed, 03 Oct 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoDo books that are written to make you doubt whether or not the Bible is God's revelation. Won't want to be scared? Read this lesson  to know how you can be certain of the Canon!webmaster@biblical-literacy.comDo books that are written to make you doubt whether or not the Bible is God's revelation. Won't want to be scared? Read this lesson  to know how you can be certain of the Canon!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 3 - The Canon - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Why is the “canon” of Scripture considered the closed collection of documents regarded as Holy Scripture? Do you know how to judge the value of ancient texts, such as the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife" with regards to the "canon"? Mark Lanier takes you through the reasons you can have confidence in the Christian New Testament.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/XGSt8ALOrWE/

lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-1/
Wed, 26 Sep 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhy is the “canon” of Scripture considered the closed collection of documents regarded as Holy Scripture? Do you know how to judge the value of ancient texts, such as the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife" with regards to the "canon"? Mark Lanier takes you through twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhy is the “canon” of Scripture considered the closed collection of documents regarded as Holy Scripture? Do you know how to judge the value of ancient texts, such as the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife" with regards to the "canon"? Mark Lanier takes you through the reasons you can have confidence in the Christian New Testament.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-3-the-canon-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Intertestamental: The Roots of the New Testament - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


A continuation of Lesson 2, in Part 2 gives Mark Lanier a chance to dissect the differences found in over 5500 texts that have bearing on the accuracy of the New Testament as we have it today.
How many of the estimated 300,000 differences make a difference?
Check this lesson  to find out!
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-2-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-2/
Sun, 16 Sep 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoA continuation of Lesson 2, in Part 2 gives Mark Lanier a chance to dissect the differences found in over 5500 texts that have bearing on the accuracy of the New Testament as we have it today. How many of the estimated 300,000 differences make a differencwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comA continuation of Lesson 2, in Part 2 gives Mark Lanier a chance to dissect the differences found in over 5500 texts that have bearing on the accuracy of the New Testament as we have it today. How many of the estimated 300,000 differences make a difference? Check this lesson  to find out!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-2-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-2-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Intertestamental: The Roots of the New Testament - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


In Lesson 2 Part 1 Mark Lanier poses the question, how accurate is the New Testament?
Critics like Bart Ehrman, the scholar and best selling author and a previously-faithful-turned-agnostic casts doubt on the legitmacy of the New Testament. Is he right?
Where do the facts come down on the New Testament as not only the truth but the inspired word of God?
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-2-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-1/
Fri, 14 Sep 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno In Lesson 2 Part 1 Mark Lanier poses the question, how accurate is the New Testament? Critics like Bart Ehrman, the scholar and best selling author and a previously-faithful-turned-agnostic casts doubt on the legitmacy of the New Testament. Is he right? webmaster@biblical-literacy.com In Lesson 2 Part 1 Mark Lanier poses the question, how accurate is the New Testament? Critics like Bart Ehrman, the scholar and best selling author and a previously-faithful-turned-agnostic casts doubt on the legitmacy of the New Testament. Is he right? Where do the facts come down on the New Testament as not only the truth but the inspired word of God? https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-2-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-2-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 1 - Intertestamental: The Roots of the New Testament - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In a continuation from last week, Lesson 1 Part 2 examines the roots of the New Testament through the Jewish writings during the Intertestimental period.
What are the Apolcrypha and the Pseuodopigrypha and what do they have to do with you, you ask?
While not part of the Christian Bible, they provide important context for both the Old Testament and New.
 
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lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-1-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-2/
Sun, 02 Sep 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn a continuation from last week, Lesson 1 Part 2 examines the roots of the New Testament through the Jewish writings during the Intertestimental period. What are the Apolcrypha and the Pseuodopigrypha and what do they have to do with you, you ask? While webmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn a continuation from last week, Lesson 1 Part 2 examines the roots of the New Testament through the Jewish writings during the Intertestimental period. What are the Apolcrypha and the Pseuodopigrypha and what do they have to do with you, you ask? While not part of the Christian Bible, they provide important context for both the Old Testament and New.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-1-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-1-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 1 - Intertestamental: The Roots of the New Testament - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


The Christian Bible contains the Old Testament (which contains texts writen prior to ~400 BC) and the New Testament (which contains texts that were written from ~100 AD forward).
What was going on during this 'intertestimental period'?!
In a multi part series on "Roots of the New Testament", in Lesson 1, Part 1, Mark Lanier begins the New Testament Survey summarizing the historical facts and contributing events during this period.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/tlEHHwIArTc/

lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-1-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-1/
Sat, 25 Aug 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe Christian Bible contains the Old Testament (which contains texts writen prior to ~400 BC) and the New Testament (which contains texts that were written from ~100 AD forward). What was going on during this 'intertestimental period'?! In a multi part sewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe Christian Bible contains the Old Testament (which contains texts writen prior to ~400 BC) and the New Testament (which contains texts that were written from ~100 AD forward). What was going on during this 'intertestimental period'?! In a multi part series on "Roots of the New Testament", in Lesson 1, Part 1, Mark Lanier begins the New Testament Survey summarizing the historical facts and contributing events during this period.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-1-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/new-testament-survey/lesson-1-intertestamental-the-roots-of-the-new-testament-part-1/audio.mp3

Chapter 8 - Epilogue and Eternity
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-8-epilogue-and-eternity/
Sat, 18 Aug 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-8-epilogue-and-eternity/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-8-epilogue-and-eternity/audio.mp3

Chapter 7 - The Audacity of the Resurrection
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-7-the-audacity-of-the-resurrection/
Mon, 13 Aug 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Chapter 6 - Free Will, Moral Responsibility, and the Infinite Just God
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-6-free-will-moral-responsibility-and-the-infinite-just-god/
Mon, 06 Aug 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Chapter 5 - Right, Wrong, and the Moral God
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-5-right-wrong-and-the-moral-god/
Sun, 29 Jul 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 63 - Praying Through the Tabernacle - Part 2
Stephen Trammell



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-63-praying-through-the-tabernacle-part-2/
Thu, 19 Jul 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 63 - Praying Through the Tabernacle - Part 1
Stephen Trammell



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-63-praying-through-the-tabernacle-part-1/
Sun, 15 Jul 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Chapter 4 - Reality and the God of Truth
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-4-reality-and-the-god-of-truth/
Sat, 07 Jul 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Chapter 3 - Bio-linguistics and the Communicating God
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-3-bio-linguistics-and-the-communicating-god/
Sat, 30 Jun 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Chapter 2 - Leptons, Quarks, and the Personal God
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-2-leptons-quarks-and-the-personal-god/
Fri, 22 Jun 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Chapter 1 - The Universe and a Call To Worship
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/chapter-1-the-universe-and-a-call-to-worship/
Sat, 16 Jun 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Your God Is Still Too Small - Introduction
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/your-god-is-still-too-small/your-god-is-still-too-small-introduction/
Mon, 11 Jun 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 62 - Malachi
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-62-malachi/
Fri, 01 Jun 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 61 - Nehemiah
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-61-nehemiah/
Thu, 31 May 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 57 - Returning From Exile - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-57-returning-from-exile-part-3/
Sat, 19 May 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 58 - Daniel - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-58-daniel-part-3/
Sat, 12 May 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 58 - Daniel - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-58-daniel-part-2/
Sun, 06 May 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 60 - Job
Stephen Trammell



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-60-job/
Sun, 29 Apr 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 59 - Esther
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-59-esther/
Sun, 22 Apr 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 58 - Daniel - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-58-daniel-part-1/
Sun, 15 Apr 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 57 - Returning From Exile - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-57-returning-from-exile-part-2/
Sun, 01 Apr 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 57 - Returning From Exile - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-57-returning-from-exile-part-1/
Sat, 24 Mar 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 56 - Life in Exile
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-56-life-in-exile/
Sun, 18 Mar 2012 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 55 - Lamentations
W. Mark Lanier


One might think the practical aspects of preaching would include speaking to the problems of people’s lives or some other “practical aspect” of the preacher’s job.  In truth, many seminaries teach that there are two real areas of practical importantce: weddings and funerals.  Apparently, there is an art and a science for preaching funerals!
And it seems that the importance of preaching funerals has been around for a long, long time. The Old Testament includes several funeral dirges. Similar to funeral services today, these compositions were written to express grief with an eye toward some measure of resolution and healing.  Mark Lanier explores the book of Lamentations and explains the five funeral dirges found there.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-55-lamentations/
Sat, 10 Mar 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoOne might think the practical aspects of preaching would include speaking to the problems of people’s lives or some other “practical aspect” of the preacher’s job.  In truth, many seminaries teach that there are two real areas of practical importantce: wewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comOne might think the practical aspects of preaching would include speaking to the problems of people’s lives or some other “practical aspect” of the preacher’s job.  In truth, many seminaries teach that there are two real areas of practical importantce: weddings and funerals.  Apparently, there is an art and a science for preaching funerals! And it seems that the importance of preaching funerals has been around for a long, long time. The Old Testament includes several funeral dirges. Similar to funeral services today, these compositions were written to express grief with an eye toward some measure of resolution and healing.  Mark Lanier explores the book of Lamentations and explains the five funeral dirges found there. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-55-lamentations/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-55-lamentations/audio.mp3

Lesson 54 - Ezekiel - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Why do people read comics?  Specifically, how can "Spider Man" hold the attention of so many when it is clearly a fantastic story of bizarre fantasy and far away places that have no basis in reality?
Our culture isn't the first to follow and believe fantastic stories.  Grab your favorite book of Ancient near Eastern myths, and you find some pretty incredible stories of bravery, fantastic feats of strength and exploration.
We can also look to the book of Ezekial and find amazing visions that stretch our imaginations and our understanding.  Yet, God uses these stories to illustrate His message through Ezekiel.  Join Mark Lanier and gain a deeper understanding of the visions of Ezekiel, part 2.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-54-ezekiel-part-2/
Sun, 04 Mar 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Why do people read comics?  Specifically, how can "Spider Man" hold the attention of so many when it is clearly a fantastic story of bizarre fantasy and far away places that have no basis in reality? Our culture isn't the first to follow and believe fantwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Why do people read comics?  Specifically, how can "Spider Man" hold the attention of so many when it is clearly a fantastic story of bizarre fantasy and far away places that have no basis in reality? Our culture isn't the first to follow and believe fantastic stories.  Grab your favorite book of Ancient near Eastern myths, and you find some pretty incredible stories of bravery, fantastic feats of strength and exploration. We can also look to the book of Ezekial and find amazing visions that stretch our imaginations and our understanding.  Yet, God uses these stories to illustrate His message through Ezekiel.  Join Mark Lanier and gain a deeper understanding of the visions of Ezekiel, part 2. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-54-ezekiel-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-54-ezekiel-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 54 - Ezekiel - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Have you ever experienced the loss of a friendship because one of you moved?  Moving far apart and the passage of time can work a one-two punch on continuity in life. This is even truer in the deep recesses of history, before telephones, readily available books (and literacy), and easy transportation. We often speak of the world becoming smaller because it used to be so difficult to keep up with things far removed. Before the advent of the internet and social media the world was much larger than it is today.  Can you imagine how much larger it was in 600BC?
This simple observation of life is relevant in the study of Ezekiel.  Join Mark Lanier as we explore the unlikely idea that a small mountain tribe's worship of their perceived local deity could survive a dispersal of the people, removal of their tmeple, a loss of their monarchy, and destruction of their capital.  It would seem preposterous and against all odds.  However, the worship of YHWH is billions strong today.
How did this worship survive?
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-54-ezekiel-part-1/
Sun, 26 Feb 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHave you ever experienced the loss of a friendship because one of you moved?  Moving far apart and the passage of time can work a one-two punch on continuity in life. This is even truer in the deep recesses of history, before telephones, readily availablewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHave you ever experienced the loss of a friendship because one of you moved?  Moving far apart and the passage of time can work a one-two punch on continuity in life. This is even truer in the deep recesses of history, before telephones, readily available books (and literacy), and easy transportation. We often speak of the world becoming smaller because it used to be so difficult to keep up with things far removed. Before the advent of the internet and social media the world was much larger than it is today.  Can you imagine how much larger it was in 600BC? This simple observation of life is relevant in the study of Ezekiel.  Join Mark Lanier as we explore the unlikely idea that a small mountain tribe's worship of their perceived local deity could survive a dispersal of the people, removal of their tmeple, a loss of their monarchy, and destruction of their capital.  It would seem preposterous and against all odds.  However, the worship of YHWH is billions strong today. How did this worship survive? https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-54-ezekiel-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-54-ezekiel-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 53 - Jeremiah - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


What was the core message of Jeremiah? Different scholars would no doubt give different answers. Jeremiah’s life was built around the word of the LORD. He was commissioned by the word, to deliver the word faithfully and to follow the word. Jeremiah did so, at great personal risk and expense. His life stands in stark contrast to a generation that refused to hear the word of the Lord.
By touching jeremiah's mouth, the Lord sets it apart for his purposes, placing his words into Jeremiah's mouth.  Join us as we try and understand the varied and illuminating conclusions from Mark Lanier's unique perspective.
 
Hopefully, this lesson will spur on greater personal study and consideration. At least the next time the radio plays, “Jeremiah was a bullfrog,” you will remember there was much more to Jeremiah than that!
 
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-53-jeremiah-part-2/
Sun, 19 Feb 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhat was the core message of Jeremiah? Different scholars would no doubt give different answers. Jeremiah’s life was built around the word of the LORD. He was commissioned by the word, to deliver the word faithfully and to follow the word. Jeremiah did sowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhat was the core message of Jeremiah? Different scholars would no doubt give different answers. Jeremiah’s life was built around the word of the LORD. He was commissioned by the word, to deliver the word faithfully and to follow the word. Jeremiah did so, at great personal risk and expense. His life stands in stark contrast to a generation that refused to hear the word of the Lord. By touching jeremiah's mouth, the Lord sets it apart for his purposes, placing his words into Jeremiah's mouth.  Join us as we try and understand the varied and illuminating conclusions from Mark Lanier's unique perspective.   Hopefully, this lesson will spur on greater personal study and consideration. At least the next time the radio plays, “Jeremiah was a bullfrog,” you will remember there was much more to Jeremiah than that!  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-53-jeremiah-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-53-jeremiah-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 53 - Jeremiah - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


"Jeremiah was a bullfrog, such a good friend of mine."  Are you old enough to rember those lyrics from Three Dog Night's song, "Joy to the World"?  Did you know that the original lyrics were once intended to be, "Jeremiah was a PROPHET, such a good friend of mine."  It is true that Jeremiah was indeed a prophet, however his message didn't lend itself to winning over many friends!  Fortunately for us, today we can study Jeremiah and gleen a lot of wonderful truth and insight.
The book of Jeremiah has so much material, such a depth of character presentation; it is tied closely within its historical setting, yet it maintains a vision of the future. It is a collection of material, not a chronological presentation, so it is ripe for (and demands) thorough and careful study.
Join Mark Lanier as we study two different questions:


Who was Jeremiah the man?


2. What was Jeremiah’s core message?
This week, Jeremiah, the man.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-53-jeremiah-part-1/
Sun, 12 Feb 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno "Jeremiah was a bullfrog, such a good friend of mine."  Are you old enough to rember those lyrics from Three Dog Night's song, "Joy to the World"?  Did you know that the original lyrics were once intended to be, "Jeremiah was a PROPHET, such a good frienwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com "Jeremiah was a bullfrog, such a good friend of mine."  Are you old enough to rember those lyrics from Three Dog Night's song, "Joy to the World"?  Did you know that the original lyrics were once intended to be, "Jeremiah was a PROPHET, such a good friend of mine."  It is true that Jeremiah was indeed a prophet, however his message didn't lend itself to winning over many friends!  Fortunately for us, today we can study Jeremiah and gleen a lot of wonderful truth and insight. The book of Jeremiah has so much material, such a depth of character presentation; it is tied closely within its historical setting, yet it maintains a vision of the future. It is a collection of material, not a chronological presentation, so it is ripe for (and demands) thorough and careful study. Join Mark Lanier as we study two different questions: Who was Jeremiah the man? 2. What was Jeremiah’s core message? This week, Jeremiah, the man. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-53-jeremiah-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-53-jeremiah-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 52 - What to Do When Your World Is Falling Apart
W. Mark Lanier


With recent economic disasters, terrorist actions, war in the Middle East, and natural disasters, one might observe that the world seems to be falling apart.
It is one thing when the world around us seems to fall apart.  But what happens when YOUR world falls apart? Have you experienced a deep disappointment in life?  Have you wondered where God's loving kindness has gone?  Have you been deserted?
When all seems lost and there is no explanation for the circumstances in your life, please know there are answers!
Listen in today as Mark helps us understand that there is help even when it seems everything has fallen apart.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-52-what-to-do-when-your-world-is-falling-apart/
Mon, 06 Feb 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWith recent economic disasters, terrorist actions, war in the Middle East, and natural disasters, one might observe that the world seems to be falling apart. It is one thing when the world around us seems to fall apart.  But what happens when YOUR world fwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWith recent economic disasters, terrorist actions, war in the Middle East, and natural disasters, one might observe that the world seems to be falling apart. It is one thing when the world around us seems to fall apart.  But what happens when YOUR world falls apart? Have you experienced a deep disappointment in life?  Have you wondered where God's loving kindness has gone?  Have you been deserted? When all seems lost and there is no explanation for the circumstances in your life, please know there are answers! Listen in today as Mark helps us understand that there is help even when it seems everything has fallen apart. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-52-what-to-do-when-your-world-is-falling-apart/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-52-what-to-do-when-your-world-is-falling-apart/audio.mp3

Lesson 51 - Judah's Fall - Part 4
W. Mark Lanier


During American election years, we frequently hear the term "flip-flopper."  This term applies to candidates who hold a position, but then change the position at a later time. Yet, this ability to flip-flop is not an invention of our political system.
We see the same problem of flip-flopping in Israel's kings throughout the Old Testament.  Follow along as Mark Lanier explains how God's prophets held the course by proclaiming the righteousness of God in the face of ever changing political climates and decisions of the ruling kings.  You will see how flip-flopping kings and ever steady prophets help us understand that we do not have to let earthly concerns keep us from following God's instructions for our lives.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-4/
Sun, 29 Jan 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno During American election years, we frequently hear the term "flip-flopper."  This term applies to candidates who hold a position, but then change the position at a later time. Yet, this ability to flip-flop is not an invention of our political system. Wewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com During American election years, we frequently hear the term "flip-flopper."  This term applies to candidates who hold a position, but then change the position at a later time. Yet, this ability to flip-flop is not an invention of our political system. We see the same problem of flip-flopping in Israel's kings throughout the Old Testament.  Follow along as Mark Lanier explains how God's prophets held the course by proclaiming the righteousness of God in the face of ever changing political climates and decisions of the ruling kings.  You will see how flip-flopping kings and ever steady prophets help us understand that we do not have to let earthly concerns keep us from following God's instructions for our lives. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-4/audio.mp3

Lesson 51 - Judah's Fall - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


Cerebral faith and experiential faith – both can be challenged. While they may seem to be two separate things, upon careful consideration, we realize they are not.  Habakkuk struggled with understanding these two sides to his faith and discussed his issues with God on a cerebral and experiential level.  However, in the end, he came to the understanding that his faith led him away from complaining and into worship. Join Mark Lanier as we understand the importance of trusting in our God who has proven himself trustworthy.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-3/
Sat, 21 Jan 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoCerebral faith and experiential faith – both can be challenged. While they may seem to be two separate things, upon careful consideration, we realize they are not.  Habakkuk struggled with understanding these two sides to his faith and discussed his issuewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comCerebral faith and experiential faith – both can be challenged. While they may seem to be two separate things, upon careful consideration, we realize they are not.  Habakkuk struggled with understanding these two sides to his faith and discussed his issues with God on a cerebral and experiential level.  However, in the end, he came to the understanding that his faith led him away from complaining and into worship. Join Mark Lanier as we understand the importance of trusting in our God who has proven himself trustworthy. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 51 - Judah's Fall - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


As you study the Old Testament have you ever wondered if you are reading true stories or were some of them fictional or semi-accurate renditions of fables, stories, myths, legends, or fantasized histories?  How accurate are these stories of the prophets who we believe were entrusted with the message and words God chose to impart to his people?
Join Mark Lanier as we study the Prophet Nahum and seek to better understand the "product" of his words, given by God.  Discover with us how Nahum delivered the word of God that was confirmed as time went by.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-2/
Sun, 15 Jan 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoAs you study the Old Testament have you ever wondered if you are reading true stories or were some of them fictional or semi-accurate renditions of fables, stories, myths, legends, or fantasized histories?  How accurate are these stories of the prophets wwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comAs you study the Old Testament have you ever wondered if you are reading true stories or were some of them fictional or semi-accurate renditions of fables, stories, myths, legends, or fantasized histories?  How accurate are these stories of the prophets who we believe were entrusted with the message and words God chose to impart to his people? Join Mark Lanier as we study the Prophet Nahum and seek to better understand the "product" of his words, given by God.  Discover with us how Nahum delivered the word of God that was confirmed as time went by.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 51 - Judah's Fall - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


The fall of Judah.  The life and death of Josiah.  How can old Testament stories and characters impact us today in our busy lives?  Why should I study God's word and more importantly, why should I study ancient historical events, kings, and prophets?
Join Mark Lanier and see how God's word changed the course of Josiah's life and how he began restoring God's temple and tried to impact the culture of his day. You will be challenged today to constantly seek the Lord and be of service to him. Start by discovering the bible that you have hidden away and neglected.  And through your reading of God's word you will discover God's presence in your life.  Be transformed by his word!
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-1/
Sat, 07 Jan 2012 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno The fall of Judah.  The life and death of Josiah.  How can old Testament stories and characters impact us today in our busy lives?  Why should I study God's word and more importantly, why should I study ancient historical events, kings, and prophets? Joiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com The fall of Judah.  The life and death of Josiah.  How can old Testament stories and characters impact us today in our busy lives?  Why should I study God's word and more importantly, why should I study ancient historical events, kings, and prophets? Join Mark Lanier and see how God's word changed the course of Josiah's life and how he began restoring God's temple and tried to impact the culture of his day. You will be challenged today to constantly seek the Lord and be of service to him. Start by discovering the bible that you have hidden away and neglected.  And through your reading of God's word you will discover God's presence in your life.  Be transformed by his word! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-51-judahs-fall-part-1/audio.mp3

SE- The Christmas Challenge - 2011
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/special-events/se-the-christmas-challenge-2011/
Sun, 18 Dec 2011 00:00:00 +0000

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Lesson 50 - Joel
David Fleming


Earthquake, tsunami, tornado, hurricane, flooding, drought: What do you think of when you see one of these natural events occurring in our world? Do you write it off as naturally occurring events, or the result of cyclical climate change, or the consequences of manmade global warming? Or, do you ever wonder whether an event like one of these could be an act of God intended to judge sinners, or to get the attention of saints?
Join Pastor David Fleming as he explores these very real questions and points us in the direction of understanding the difficult challenges we face when we are confronted with natural disasters.   Be encouraged today to always look for God, turn to God, and never lose confidence in God.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-50-joel/
Sun, 11 Dec 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoEarthquake, tsunami, tornado, hurricane, flooding, drought: What do you think of when you see one of these natural events occurring in our world? Do you write it off as naturally occurring events, or the result of cyclical climate change, or the consequenwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comEarthquake, tsunami, tornado, hurricane, flooding, drought: What do you think of when you see one of these natural events occurring in our world? Do you write it off as naturally occurring events, or the result of cyclical climate change, or the consequences of manmade global warming? Or, do you ever wonder whether an event like one of these could be an act of God intended to judge sinners, or to get the attention of saints? Join Pastor David Fleming as he explores these very real questions and points us in the direction of understanding the difficult challenges we face when we are confronted with natural disasters.   Be encouraged today to always look for God, turn to God, and never lose confidence in God.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-50-joel/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-50-joel/audio.mp3

Lesson 49 - Micah
W. Mark Lanier


Who is like YHWH?  Or, who is like God?  What a question, right?  So, how does one answer such an enormous philosophical question?  The old testament prophet Micah answered the question with YHWH himself providing all of the details.
Join Mark Lanier as we focus on the perspectives of Micah's question by considering, the expected and unexpected nature of YHWH, the justice of YHWH, and the mercy of YHWH.
The answer to Micah's question...?  No one is like YHWH!
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-49-micah/
Sun, 04 Dec 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWho is like YHWH?  Or, who is like God?  What a question, right?  So, how does one answer such an enormous philosophical question?  The old testament prophet Micah answered the question with YHWH himself providing all of the details. Join Mark Lanier as wwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWho is like YHWH?  Or, who is like God?  What a question, right?  So, how does one answer such an enormous philosophical question?  The old testament prophet Micah answered the question with YHWH himself providing all of the details. Join Mark Lanier as we focus on the perspectives of Micah's question by considering, the expected and unexpected nature of YHWH, the justice of YHWH, and the mercy of YHWH. The answer to Micah's question...?  No one is like YHWH!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-49-micah/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-49-micah/audio.mp3

SE- Thanksgiving 2011 - Contentment
Stephen Trammell



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lessons/special-events/se-thanksgiving-2011-contentment/
Sun, 27 Nov 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-thanksgiving-2011-contentment/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-thanksgiving-2011-contentment/audio.mp3

Lesson 48 - Isaiah Challenge
W. Mark Lanier


Among bible readers and scholars, the book of Isaiah's popularity is quite famous as one of the Old Testament books that commands attention and respect.
Yet, it is not just biblical students and scholars that pay homage to Isaiah.  The New Testament contains over 40 direct quotes from and nearly 390 allusions to Isaiah. Isaiah accounts for nearly one-fourth of the quotes from the Old Testament in the New Testament.  Over and over significant aspects of western culture have emphasized passages from Isaiah. Isaiah has been subject to many songs, many paintings, and many narratives and stories.
This raises the question: How well do you know the famous sayings of Isaiah? Join us we take the Isaiah challenge in this unique opportunity to sharpen our skills and knowledge of this ancient prophet!
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-48-isaiah-challenge/
Sat, 19 Nov 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Among bible readers and scholars, the book of Isaiah's popularity is quite famous as one of the Old Testament books that commands attention and respect. Yet, it is not just biblical students and scholars that pay homage to Isaiah.  The New Testament contwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Among bible readers and scholars, the book of Isaiah's popularity is quite famous as one of the Old Testament books that commands attention and respect. Yet, it is not just biblical students and scholars that pay homage to Isaiah.  The New Testament contains over 40 direct quotes from and nearly 390 allusions to Isaiah. Isaiah accounts for nearly one-fourth of the quotes from the Old Testament in the New Testament.  Over and over significant aspects of western culture have emphasized passages from Isaiah. Isaiah has been subject to many songs, many paintings, and many narratives and stories. This raises the question: How well do you know the famous sayings of Isaiah? Join us we take the Isaiah challenge in this unique opportunity to sharpen our skills and knowledge of this ancient prophet! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-48-isaiah-challenge/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-48-isaiah-challenge/audio.mp3

Lesson 47 - Isaiah - Themes
W. Mark Lanier


Isaiah as a book ranges over a large period of time and reaches back in history to discuss the earliest call of God on his people, even as it reaches into the future to proclaim the coming latter days.
Tied neatly within all these passages is a consistent recognition of God as the Holy One of Israel, before whom we should all fall unclean until cleansed by him.  Listen as Mark Lanier helps us understand that Isaiah wanted us to know that the Lord is our creator, we can trust in him, and in Jesus we will see the fulfillment of God's promised servant, who will bear our transgressions.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-47-isaiah-themes/
Sun, 13 Nov 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Isaiah as a book ranges over a large period of time and reaches back in history to discuss the earliest call of God on his people, even as it reaches into the future to proclaim the coming latter days. Tied neatly within all these passages is a consistenwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Isaiah as a book ranges over a large period of time and reaches back in history to discuss the earliest call of God on his people, even as it reaches into the future to proclaim the coming latter days. Tied neatly within all these passages is a consistent recognition of God as the Holy One of Israel, before whom we should all fall unclean until cleansed by him.  Listen as Mark Lanier helps us understand that Isaiah wanted us to know that the Lord is our creator, we can trust in him, and in Jesus we will see the fulfillment of God's promised servant, who will bear our transgressions. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-47-isaiah-themes/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-47-isaiah-themes/audio.mp3

Lesson 46 - Assyria and Judah Through the Eyes of Isaiah Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


Isaiah is a unique prophet in the way he understands and presents the events facing the people of Israel.  He is not awed by the Assyrians nor does he cower in fear.
But how can he maintain this attitude in the face of certain defeat and annihilation of the people around him?  Perhaps it is because he has seen the Lord in his glory and it changed his perspective.  Listen to Mark Lanier explain Isaiah's perspective and may you understand that God is GOD and any trials or tests you face are simply a tool in God's tollbox for His use as needed.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-through-the-eyes-of-isaiah-part-3/
Sun, 30 Oct 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIsaiah is a unique prophet in the way he understands and presents the events facing the people of Israel.  He is not awed by the Assyrians nor does he cower in fear. But how can he maintain this attitude in the face of certain defeat and annihilation of twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIsaiah is a unique prophet in the way he understands and presents the events facing the people of Israel.  He is not awed by the Assyrians nor does he cower in fear. But how can he maintain this attitude in the face of certain defeat and annihilation of the people around him?  Perhaps it is because he has seen the Lord in his glory and it changed his perspective.  Listen to Mark Lanier explain Isaiah's perspective and may you understand that God is GOD and any trials or tests you face are simply a tool in God's tollbox for His use as needed.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-through-the-eyes-of-isaiah-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-through-the-eyes-of-isaiah-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 46 - Assyria and Judah Hezekiah and Manassah - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Que Sera, Sera Whatever will be, will be The Future’s not ours to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be.

Have you ever felt that way? Have you ever felt the die was cast? Sometimes, does it seem that life has dealt you a hand that you are stuck with, and no matter what you do, you cannot change what you have before you? Whatever will be, will be, regardless of your decisions and actions?

This futility is not found in the stories we study today. In fact, we see the opposite as we consider part two in the life of Hezekiah and his son, Manasseh.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-hezekiah-and-manassah-part-2/
Sun, 23 Oct 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoQue Sera, Sera Whatever will be, will be The Future’s not ours to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be. Have you ever felt that way? Have you ever felt the die was cast? Sometimes, does it seem that life has dealt you a hand that you are stuck with, awebmaster@biblical-literacy.comQue Sera, Sera Whatever will be, will be The Future’s not ours to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be. Have you ever felt that way? Have you ever felt the die was cast? Sometimes, does it seem that life has dealt you a hand that you are stuck with, and no matter what you do, you cannot change what you have before you? Whatever will be, will be, regardless of your decisions and actions? This futility is not found in the stories we study today. In fact, we see the opposite as we consider part two in the life of Hezekiah and his son, Manasseh. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-hezekiah-and-manassah-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-hezekiah-and-manassah-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 46 - Assyria and Judah - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Crisis... The very nature of the word illicits a certain fear.  Something has gone wrong.  "Normal" has been replaced by something unexpected, something tragic, something unwanted.  So, how do you navigate through a crisis?  Can you come through a crisis unscathed or will you be changed, perhaps scarred forever?
We turn our attention to the crisis that framed the life of Hezekiah, king of Judah. In his life’s story, we see how he handled crises of monumental proportions, and how he walked away – scarred, but not defeated. We see a king who learned lessons early and found them sustaining him later.
Join Mark Lanier and be encouraged through the lessons Hezekiah has to teach us!
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-part-1/
Sun, 16 Oct 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Crisis... The very nature of the word illicits a certain fear.  Something has gone wrong.  "Normal" has been replaced by something unexpected, something tragic, something unwanted.  So, how do you navigate through a crisis?  Can you come through a crisiswebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Crisis... The very nature of the word illicits a certain fear.  Something has gone wrong.  "Normal" has been replaced by something unexpected, something tragic, something unwanted.  So, how do you navigate through a crisis?  Can you come through a crisis unscathed or will you be changed, perhaps scarred forever? We turn our attention to the crisis that framed the life of Hezekiah, king of Judah. In his life’s story, we see how he handled crises of monumental proportions, and how he walked away – scarred, but not defeated. We see a king who learned lessons early and found them sustaining him later. Join Mark Lanier and be encouraged through the lessons Hezekiah has to teach us! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-46-assyria-and-judah-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 45 - The Fall of Israel: The End of Ten Tribes - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


Repeatedly, we make choices and live with the consequences. Sometimes life seems more like a rat’s treadmill where we run without regard to destination, simply doing what comes natural. Yet the story of Israel should shout sense to us. Life is not simply a treadmill. We really do have choices. These choices are real, and they affect our lives and the world.
Join us for Part 3 in "The Fall of Israel" as we continue to piece together the story of Assyria and Israel.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-the-end-of-ten-tribes-part-3/
Sat, 08 Oct 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoRepeatedly, we make choices and live with the consequences. Sometimes life seems more like a rat’s treadmill where we run without regard to destination, simply doing what comes natural. Yet the story of Israel should shout sense to us. Life is not simply webmaster@biblical-literacy.comRepeatedly, we make choices and live with the consequences. Sometimes life seems more like a rat’s treadmill where we run without regard to destination, simply doing what comes natural. Yet the story of Israel should shout sense to us. Life is not simply a treadmill. We really do have choices. These choices are real, and they affect our lives and the world. Join us for Part 3 in "The Fall of Israel" as we continue to piece together the story of Assyria and Israel. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-the-end-of-ten-tribes-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-the-end-of-ten-tribes-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 45 - The Fall of Israel: The Prophet’s Cry (Hosea) - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In the "game of life" we have many choices to make regarding our occupations and the jobs we wish to pursue.  Should I pursue a career in finance, law, medicine, technology, prophecy... Prophecy?!  In our current time, becoming a prophet is likely very, very far down the list on most career counselor's list of things to do.  Yet there is one man who became a prophet and found the occupation both very difficult and very rewarding.
Today we study Hosea, one of the foundation prophets of Israel in the Old Testament.  Hosea was one in a long line of prophets that were ignored and even persecuted for the sake of the message. Yet his message did not go out and fail to return. Hosea is repeatedly quoted in the New Testament, and his experience forms a basis for better understanding the ultimate act in history, the crucifixion of Christ.
This lesson continues our study of the fall of the Northern Kingdom of Israel.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-the-prophets-cry-hosea-part-2/
Sun, 02 Oct 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn the "game of life" we have many choices to make regarding our occupations and the jobs we wish to pursue.  Should I pursue a career in finance, law, medicine, technology, prophecy... Prophecy?!  In our current time, becoming a prophet is likely very, vwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn the "game of life" we have many choices to make regarding our occupations and the jobs we wish to pursue.  Should I pursue a career in finance, law, medicine, technology, prophecy... Prophecy?!  In our current time, becoming a prophet is likely very, very far down the list on most career counselor's list of things to do.  Yet there is one man who became a prophet and found the occupation both very difficult and very rewarding. Today we study Hosea, one of the foundation prophets of Israel in the Old Testament.  Hosea was one in a long line of prophets that were ignored and even persecuted for the sake of the message. Yet his message did not go out and fail to return. Hosea is repeatedly quoted in the New Testament, and his experience forms a basis for better understanding the ultimate act in history, the crucifixion of Christ. This lesson continues our study of the fall of the Northern Kingdom of Israel.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-the-prophets-cry-hosea-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-the-prophets-cry-hosea-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 45 - The Fall of Israel: Prelude to the Fall - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


The way we view events in the world (and in our lives) is subject to our perspective and understanding of the forces that create change. Do we see Biblical events the same? Do we put on the lense of secular perspective or do we put on the lense of spiritual understanding? Or perhaps, we use both lenses to better understand God's purpose and design more fully?Join Mark Lanier as he begins a three part series on the Fall of Israel. You will gain a historical perspective on Israel's fate and hopefully you will also understand that we are to live right before God, trusting him with the consequences. Our job is to set one foot in front of the other, seeking his will on earth as it is in heaven. In this walk, as we acknowledge him, we trust him to make our paths straight. Our goal this first week is to set into perspective the earthly and spiritual perspectives, providing a background for the more in depth considerations in lessons to come.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-prelude-to-the-fall-part-1/
Sat, 24 Sep 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe way we view events in the world (and in our lives) is subject to our perspective and understanding of the forces that create change. Do we see Biblical events the same? Do we put on the lense of secular perspective or do we put on the lense of spirituwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe way we view events in the world (and in our lives) is subject to our perspective and understanding of the forces that create change. Do we see Biblical events the same? Do we put on the lense of secular perspective or do we put on the lense of spiritual understanding? Or perhaps, we use both lenses to better understand God's purpose and design more fully?Join Mark Lanier as he begins a three part series on the Fall of Israel. You will gain a historical perspective on Israel's fate and hopefully you will also understand that we are to live right before God, trusting him with the consequences. Our job is to set one foot in front of the other, seeking his will on earth as it is in heaven. In this walk, as we acknowledge him, we trust him to make our paths straight. Our goal this first week is to set into perspective the earthly and spiritual perspectives, providing a background for the more in depth considerations in lessons to come. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-prelude-to-the-fall-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-45-the-fall-of-israel-prelude-to-the-fall-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 44 - The Divided Monarchy - Judah - Part 4
W. Mark Lanier


God is not simply a parachute to be pulled out when one is falling to one’s death. Where is God in our life when things are going well? Do we awaken each morning with grateful hearts for the wonderful things we have, including air to breathe and food to eat?!
These attitudes rise to the surface as we consider the life and death of King Azariah (more popularly called “Uzziah”). This king exemplifies the issues of attitude toward God as helper and strength.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-4/
Sat, 17 Sep 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoGod is not simply a parachute to be pulled out when one is falling to one’s death. Where is God in our life when things are going well? Do we awaken each morning with grateful hearts for the wonderful things we have, including air to breathe and food to ewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comGod is not simply a parachute to be pulled out when one is falling to one’s death. Where is God in our life when things are going well? Do we awaken each morning with grateful hearts for the wonderful things we have, including air to breathe and food to eat?! These attitudes rise to the surface as we consider the life and death of King Azariah (more popularly called “Uzziah”). This king exemplifies the issues of attitude toward God as helper and strength. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-4/audio.mp3

Lesson 44 - The Divided Monarchy - Judah - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


There is great value in studying historical events with the understanding and perspective of several different authors.  Join Mark Lanier as he explores the book of Kings and other historical sources in an effort to knit together a full appreciation of the divided monarchy.
Through the views of different authors we can begin to understand the fuller meaning of events.  Such is the book of Kings in the Old Testament.  It is a book that finds its story in the pages of history, even though it was written wtih a purpose that far exceeds simple recitation of historical facts.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/gtOXr4C_Euw/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-3/
Sat, 10 Sep 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThere is great value in studying historical events with the understanding and perspective of several different authors.  Join Mark Lanier as he explores the book of Kings and other historical sources in an effort to knit together a full appreciation of thwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThere is great value in studying historical events with the understanding and perspective of several different authors.  Join Mark Lanier as he explores the book of Kings and other historical sources in an effort to knit together a full appreciation of the divided monarchy. Through the views of different authors we can begin to understand the fuller meaning of events.  Such is the book of Kings in the Old Testament.  It is a book that finds its story in the pages of history, even though it was written wtih a purpose that far exceeds simple recitation of historical facts.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 44 - The Divided Monarchy - Judah - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Is there any reason to read Scripture? Is there any reason to attend real teachings of Scripture? Is there any reason to have godly counselors and friends? Is there any reason to marry inside the faith?
In Part 2 of "The Divided Monarchy" we explore the stories and the Prophet Historian who shouts, “ABSOLUTELY!”
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/D5egbkO-HnI/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-2/
Sun, 04 Sep 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIs there any reason to read Scripture? Is there any reason to attend real teachings of Scripture? Is there any reason to have godly counselors and friends? Is there any reason to marry inside the faith? In Part 2 of "The Divided Monarchy" we explore the swebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIs there any reason to read Scripture? Is there any reason to attend real teachings of Scripture? Is there any reason to have godly counselors and friends? Is there any reason to marry inside the faith? In Part 2 of "The Divided Monarchy" we explore the stories and the Prophet Historian who shouts, “ABSOLUTELY!” https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 44 - The Divided Monarchy - Judah - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Historical writing and documentation can take on different forms, depending upon its purpose. It can inspire questions, it can document relationships and activities, it can comment upon events and their causes and results, and it can simply provide interesting and engaging stories. Historical writings need not be resigned to only one category or purpose. Oftentimes, people write with multiple goals in mind.
In this 4 part series on the Divided Monarchy of Judah we will study the history presented, and also study the purposes of the text preserved for us in Holy Scripture.  As Mark Lanier makes his way through the history of Judah, we will see many kings, while not perfect, were recognized for trying to do right before God with a good heart.  A just and noble pursuit we can emulate today!
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/qnk1K_myr48/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-1/
Sun, 28 Aug 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHistorical writing and documentation can take on different forms, depending upon its purpose. It can inspire questions, it can document relationships and activities, it can comment upon events and their causes and results, and it can simply provide interewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHistorical writing and documentation can take on different forms, depending upon its purpose. It can inspire questions, it can document relationships and activities, it can comment upon events and their causes and results, and it can simply provide interesting and engaging stories. Historical writings need not be resigned to only one category or purpose. Oftentimes, people write with multiple goals in mind. In this 4 part series on the Divided Monarchy of Judah we will study the history presented, and also study the purposes of the text preserved for us in Holy Scripture.  As Mark Lanier makes his way through the history of Judah, we will see many kings, while not perfect, were recognized for trying to do right before God with a good heart.  A just and noble pursuit we can emulate today! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-44-the-divided-monarchy-judah-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 43 - Song of Solomon
W. Mark Lanier


What would you call the "best" music?  Now out of all those songs that might be the "best" of music, can you pick out one song that you can say might be the "best of the best"?

We have in scripture a song that is the highest song. The Song of Solomon.  This is a song that reaches into the heart in allegory and literal truth. It is a song that expresses the heights of love and devotion. It is a song that can be expanded to any time, any era, and any people, in a way that communicates multiple eternal truths of God.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/imNsncPYnWQ/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-43-song-of-solomon/
Sat, 20 Aug 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhat would you call the "best" music?  Now out of all those songs that might be the "best" of music, can you pick out one song that you can say might be the "best of the best"? We have in scripture a song that is the highest song. The Song of Solomon.  Thwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhat would you call the "best" music?  Now out of all those songs that might be the "best" of music, can you pick out one song that you can say might be the "best of the best"? We have in scripture a song that is the highest song. The Song of Solomon.  This is a song that reaches into the heart in allegory and literal truth. It is a song that expresses the heights of love and devotion. It is a song that can be expanded to any time, any era, and any people, in a way that communicates multiple eternal truths of God. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-43-song-of-solomon/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-43-song-of-solomon/audio.mp3

Lesson 42 - Ecclesiastes - All is Vanity?
W. Mark Lanier


How does one chart what is good and worthwhile if there is no God to orient our compass and give meaning to our pursuits?  Without an adequate measuring rod to define “good,” who is to say? For that matter, if there is no God, then what “virtue” is there in doing well to others when those others are in no position to do good back to you? What is the reason for doing anything beyond securing your own enjoyment in life and that of others you care about? Does not that (and most any other activity) seem to be vain and without real profit?

These questions and issues are not new. They are ones that have probed the thoughts of people going back at least 2500 years. Join Mark Lanier in a study of the Biblical book of Ecclesiastes, where we find a reference to life’s vanity and futility.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/CDVZFv2hrHg/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-42-ecclesiastes-all-is-vanity/
Sat, 13 Aug 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHow does one chart what is good and worthwhile if there is no God to orient our compass and give meaning to our pursuits?  Without an adequate measuring rod to define “good,” who is to say? For that matter, if there is no God, then what “virtue” is there webmaster@biblical-literacy.comHow does one chart what is good and worthwhile if there is no God to orient our compass and give meaning to our pursuits?  Without an adequate measuring rod to define “good,” who is to say? For that matter, if there is no God, then what “virtue” is there in doing well to others when those others are in no position to do good back to you? What is the reason for doing anything beyond securing your own enjoyment in life and that of others you care about? Does not that (and most any other activity) seem to be vain and without real profit? These questions and issues are not new. They are ones that have probed the thoughts of people going back at least 2500 years. Join Mark Lanier in a study of the Biblical book of Ecclesiastes, where we find a reference to life’s vanity and futility. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-42-ecclesiastes-all-is-vanity/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-42-ecclesiastes-all-is-vanity/audio.mp3

Lesson 41- Proverbs - Lessons for Life
W. Mark Lanier


Setting aside the Bible for a moment, if there is a Supreme Being, and if he is able to communicate, and if he created humanity, it would seem logical that the Supreme Being would reach out and communicate with humanity. Francis A. Schaeffer expressed the principle that a personal communicating God would certainly want to communicate to the personal communicating beings he created.

Now, picking up the Bible we find that it explains that God has communicated directly, through his creation, through others, and in so doing, he has set out a revelation of historical interactions with mankind. Among God’s communications in Scripture is the book of Proverbs. This is a book where we read principles of behavior and instructions for wise living. These are concepts that understandably a communicating God would want to give to his people. They are also concepts that are applicable, and to some extent evidenced, by the lives of all peoples, whether Godly or not. Join Mark Lanier and find out why the book of Proverbs has always been associated with wisdom for living.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/lqPj0lg6oiM/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-41-proverbs-lessons-for-life/
Sat, 06 Aug 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoSetting aside the Bible for a moment, if there is a Supreme Being, and if he is able to communicate, and if he created humanity, it would seem logical that the Supreme Being would reach out and communicate with humanity. Francis A. Schaeffer expressed thewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comSetting aside the Bible for a moment, if there is a Supreme Being, and if he is able to communicate, and if he created humanity, it would seem logical that the Supreme Being would reach out and communicate with humanity. Francis A. Schaeffer expressed the principle that a personal communicating God would certainly want to communicate to the personal communicating beings he created. Now, picking up the Bible we find that it explains that God has communicated directly, through his creation, through others, and in so doing, he has set out a revelation of historical interactions with mankind. Among God’s communications in Scripture is the book of Proverbs. This is a book where we read principles of behavior and instructions for wise living. These are concepts that understandably a communicating God would want to give to his people. They are also concepts that are applicable, and to some extent evidenced, by the lives of all peoples, whether Godly or not. Join Mark Lanier and find out why the book of Proverbs has always been associated with wisdom for living. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-41-proverbs-lessons-for-life/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-41-proverbs-lessons-for-life/audio.mp3

Lesson 38 - Psalms - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


We live in an era of classifications. Since the advent of the scientific age, scholars have worked to classify most every aspect of life. Organisms are classified by species and genus. Food groups are vegetables, dairy, grains, and meats. We have the cosmos classified by galaxies and solar systems.
It is not surprising to find out that some scholars have worked to classify the Psalms into various types. These divisions are wonderful means to help understand how Psalms are put together, how they function and were used, and how we should interpret and apply them today. The only catch is that a system of classifications is never able to really hold all the Psalms.
In this lesson, Mark Lanier explores the Psalms by category, looking to see what insight might be gleamed.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/Bzv1UIQM9mw/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-38-psalms-part-2/
Sun, 31 Jul 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWe live in an era of classifications. Since the advent of the scientific age, scholars have worked to classify most every aspect of life. Organisms are classified by species and genus. Food groups are vegetables, dairy, grains, and meats. We have the cosmwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWe live in an era of classifications. Since the advent of the scientific age, scholars have worked to classify most every aspect of life. Organisms are classified by species and genus. Food groups are vegetables, dairy, grains, and meats. We have the cosmos classified by galaxies and solar systems. It is not surprising to find out that some scholars have worked to classify the Psalms into various types. These divisions are wonderful means to help understand how Psalms are put together, how they function and were used, and how we should interpret and apply them today. The only catch is that a system of classifications is never able to really hold all the Psalms. In this lesson, Mark Lanier explores the Psalms by category, looking to see what insight might be gleamed. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-38-psalms-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-38-psalms-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 40 - Psalm 1: A Song of Glorious Satisfaction
Jared Richard


Who wants to be happy? Who wants to have an indescribable, infinite joy that forms the foundation of who you are? Doesn’t everybody? Isn’t everyone looking for happiness? Isn’t everyone looking for a joy that will sustain them and give meaning to their life?
Of course, the obvious answer to the above questions is “Yes!” We look for these seemingly scarce sources of substantial satisfaction in a number of places.  Join Associate Pastor, Jared Richard as he argues that Psalm 1 is a prologue to our lives, describing for the reader how to find true, sustained happiness by living as God created us to live: for his glory, which we accomplish by being fully satisfied in him.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/LG9LgNS9kcY/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-40-psalm-1-a-song-of-glorious-satisfaction/
Sun, 24 Jul 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Who wants to be happy? Who wants to have an indescribable, infinite joy that forms the foundation of who you are? Doesn’t everybody? Isn’t everyone looking for happiness? Isn’t everyone looking for a joy that will sustain them and give meaning to their lwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Who wants to be happy? Who wants to have an indescribable, infinite joy that forms the foundation of who you are? Doesn’t everybody? Isn’t everyone looking for happiness? Isn’t everyone looking for a joy that will sustain them and give meaning to their life? Of course, the obvious answer to the above questions is “Yes!” We look for these seemingly scarce sources of substantial satisfaction in a number of places.  Join Associate Pastor, Jared Richard as he argues that Psalm 1 is a prologue to our lives, describing for the reader how to find true, sustained happiness by living as God created us to live: for his glory, which we accomplish by being fully satisfied in him. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-40-psalm-1-a-song-of-glorious-satisfaction/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-40-psalm-1-a-song-of-glorious-satisfaction/audio.mp3

Lesson 38 - Psalms - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


How would you rate your knowledge of poetry?  Is your knowledge limited to "The Night Before Christmas" or the always popular, "Roses are Red, Violets are Blue...?"  Or maybe you are a true connoisseur of Shakespear's sonnets, of iambic pentameter, and various rhyming schemes.  Or maybe you haven't given poetry much thought at all.  As a student of the Bible, you are faced with reading and understanding poetry, no matter your expertise.
As Mark Lanier begins a multi-part study of Psalms, we begin by learning that the Psalms are poetry.  Yet they are not simply expressions of the heart and mind, but they are also tools of teaching. They inspire as they increase our understanding of God and man. The insights that can come from deliberative chewing on the messages within the simplest of verses, heightens the appreciation that God has used many different literary tools to present his revelation to humanity.
 
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/E2RmQ5KhDSo/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-38-psalms-part-1/
Sat, 09 Jul 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHow would you rate your knowledge of poetry?  Is your knowledge limited to "The Night Before Christmas" or the always popular, "Roses are Red, Violets are Blue...?"  Or maybe you are a true connoisseur of Shakespear's sonnets, of iambic pentameter, and vawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHow would you rate your knowledge of poetry?  Is your knowledge limited to "The Night Before Christmas" or the always popular, "Roses are Red, Violets are Blue...?"  Or maybe you are a true connoisseur of Shakespear's sonnets, of iambic pentameter, and various rhyming schemes.  Or maybe you haven't given poetry much thought at all.  As a student of the Bible, you are faced with reading and understanding poetry, no matter your expertise. As Mark Lanier begins a multi-part study of Psalms, we begin by learning that the Psalms are poetry.  Yet they are not simply expressions of the heart and mind, but they are also tools of teaching. They inspire as they increase our understanding of God and man. The insights that can come from deliberative chewing on the messages within the simplest of verses, heightens the appreciation that God has used many different literary tools to present his revelation to humanity.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-38-psalms-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-38-psalms-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 37 - Amos - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


There are many areas in our world that need the light of God shining and illuminating the dark corners of sin, hypocrisy, and ignorance. Racism has no part among God’s people, nor does abuse of the poor. These are social messages, but that does not relegate them as distant concerns of God. As Mark Lanier returns to finish a study of Amos, we are reminded that God is not simply concerned about the personal sins of one’s life. God is also concerned with our corporate and social interactions on a larger scale.
God cares about the justice in our society. He cares for the poor and downtrodden. He cares for the outcast and the alien. When God’s people do not care as he does, the words of Amos ring with direct confrontation and super clarity.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/a5gt9vB8Hxo/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-37-amos-part-2/
Sat, 02 Jul 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno There are many areas in our world that need the light of God shining and illuminating the dark corners of sin, hypocrisy, and ignorance. Racism has no part among God’s people, nor does abuse of the poor. These are social messages, but that does not relegwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com There are many areas in our world that need the light of God shining and illuminating the dark corners of sin, hypocrisy, and ignorance. Racism has no part among God’s people, nor does abuse of the poor. These are social messages, but that does not relegate them as distant concerns of God. As Mark Lanier returns to finish a study of Amos, we are reminded that God is not simply concerned about the personal sins of one’s life. God is also concerned with our corporate and social interactions on a larger scale. God cares about the justice in our society. He cares for the poor and downtrodden. He cares for the outcast and the alien. When God’s people do not care as he does, the words of Amos ring with direct confrontation and super clarity. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-37-amos-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-37-amos-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 37 - Amos - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


The United States of America is a country that prides itself on independence, freedom, equality, and economics. The American economic system is termed “capitalism.” It is a free enterprise system that allows the market to dictate prices for goods and services. People are allowed to work in this system for their own individual prosperity. The good side of capitalism is its ability to raise the level of life for everyone in a society, as raising water lifts every boat. Left without some manner of regulation, however, capitalism can lead to the wealthy preying upon the poor, letting “the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.” In a land of opportunity, many believe that kind of unfettered capitalism can be abusive.
These ideas come to the front as Mark Lanier combines a lesson that teaches the last three letters of the Hebrew alphabet, and begins the study of the prophet Amos.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/hxonmMLJm9s/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-37-amos-part-1/
Sat, 25 Jun 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe United States of America is a country that prides itself on independence, freedom, equality, and economics. The American economic system is termed “capitalism.” It is a free enterprise system that allows the market to dictate prices for goods and servwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe United States of America is a country that prides itself on independence, freedom, equality, and economics. The American economic system is termed “capitalism.” It is a free enterprise system that allows the market to dictate prices for goods and services. People are allowed to work in this system for their own individual prosperity. The good side of capitalism is its ability to raise the level of life for everyone in a society, as raising water lifts every boat. Left without some manner of regulation, however, capitalism can lead to the wealthy preying upon the poor, letting “the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.” In a land of opportunity, many believe that kind of unfettered capitalism can be abusive. These ideas come to the front as Mark Lanier combines a lesson that teaches the last three letters of the Hebrew alphabet, and begins the study of the prophet Amos.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-37-amos-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-37-amos-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 36 - Jonah - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In Part 2 of Jonah, Mark Lanier explores several more themes, some particular details apparent in the Hebrew reading of the book, and the New Testament usages of Jonah, along with certain parallels found there.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/h-Eyjavxd_8/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-36-jonah-part-2/
Sat, 18 Jun 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn Part 2 of Jonah, Mark Lanier explores several more themes, some particular details apparent in the Hebrew reading of the book, and the New Testament usages of Jonah, along with certain parallels found there. webmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn Part 2 of Jonah, Mark Lanier explores several more themes, some particular details apparent in the Hebrew reading of the book, and the New Testament usages of Jonah, along with certain parallels found there. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-36-jonah-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-36-jonah-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 36 - Jonah - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


One of the first questions often posed in a discussion on Jonah is, “Was it real?” People debate whether the story is a factual account of a large fish gobbling and then regurgitating Jonah or whether it is more akin to a C.S. Lewis story that has true lessons to teach, using a story medium to convey them (think Chronicles of Narnia or The Great Divorce). That is a subject that is almost moot to discuss. (God certainly has the ability to make a fish grand enough to accomplish the task.  He is God!)

Our goal needs to be to understand the narrative for its purposes rather than to debate the feasibility of the events. This is especially important as Mark Lanier considers the book of Jonah. This book has some incredible Hebrew word play, some very important messages both for Israel in its day and for the church in perpetuity, and it asks questions on an individual level that challenge people who wish to live right before God.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/zKyHB41PRQ0/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-36-jonah-part-1/
Fri, 10 Jun 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoOne of the first questions often posed in a discussion on Jonah is, “Was it real?” People debate whether the story is a factual account of a large fish gobbling and then regurgitating Jonah or whether it is more akin to a C.S. Lewis story that has true lewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comOne of the first questions often posed in a discussion on Jonah is, “Was it real?” People debate whether the story is a factual account of a large fish gobbling and then regurgitating Jonah or whether it is more akin to a C.S. Lewis story that has true lessons to teach, using a story medium to convey them (think Chronicles of Narnia or The Great Divorce). That is a subject that is almost moot to discuss. (God certainly has the ability to make a fish grand enough to accomplish the task.  He is God!) Our goal needs to be to understand the narrative for its purposes rather than to debate the feasibility of the events. This is especially important as Mark Lanier considers the book of Jonah. This book has some incredible Hebrew word play, some very important messages both for Israel in its day and for the church in perpetuity, and it asks questions on an individual level that challenge people who wish to live right before God. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-36-jonah-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-36-jonah-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 35 - The Divided Monarchy: Na’aman
W. Mark Lanier


Join Mark Lanier as we take an interesting approach to three narratives in 2 Kings.  By continuing our study of the Hebrew alphabet we look at three questions that you have most likely never heard before!
Who is at your Petach?
Was Jehu a Tzadik?
Is the Qol Music or Noise?
Intrigued?  Follow along and learn more!
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/-5ybVsKHQHM/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-35-the-divided-monarchy-naaman/
Sat, 28 May 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJoin Mark Lanier as we take an interesting approach to three narratives in 2 Kings.  By continuing our study of the Hebrew alphabet we look at three questions that you have most likely never heard before! Who is at your Petach? Was Jehu a Tzadik? Is the Qwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comJoin Mark Lanier as we take an interesting approach to three narratives in 2 Kings.  By continuing our study of the Hebrew alphabet we look at three questions that you have most likely never heard before! Who is at your Petach? Was Jehu a Tzadik? Is the Qol Music or Noise? Intrigued?  Follow along and learn more!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-35-the-divided-monarchy-naaman/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-35-the-divided-monarchy-naaman/audio.mp3

Lesson 34 - Part 1 Introduction to the Prophets
W. Mark Lanier


How do our modern day prophets compare to the prophets of the Old Testament? You know the kind, they proclaim loudly that dooms day will occur on May 21st (or some other prediction for the future that often comes and goes with no resulting fulfillment of the prophetic predicition!)  People seem to search for someone who can be a predictor of the future, whether from reading cards, palms, or other signs and indicators.
Is this what a Biblical prophet was?
Join Mark Lanier as we continue our Old Testament survey, focusing on the prophets. In Kings, the prophets begin to take a central role in the interaction of the Israelites with God and with the world. We will take this lesson to introduce the prophets examining in overview their function in Scripture and the life of Israel and Judah.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/8DHbl22p2RA/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-34-part-1-introduction-to-the-prophets/
Sat, 21 May 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno How do our modern day prophets compare to the prophets of the Old Testament? You know the kind, they proclaim loudly that dooms day will occur on May 21st (or some other prediction for the future that often comes and goes with no resulting fulfillment ofwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com How do our modern day prophets compare to the prophets of the Old Testament? You know the kind, they proclaim loudly that dooms day will occur on May 21st (or some other prediction for the future that often comes and goes with no resulting fulfillment of the prophetic predicition!)  People seem to search for someone who can be a predictor of the future, whether from reading cards, palms, or other signs and indicators. Is this what a Biblical prophet was? Join Mark Lanier as we continue our Old Testament survey, focusing on the prophets. In Kings, the prophets begin to take a central role in the interaction of the Israelites with God and with the world. We will take this lesson to introduce the prophets examining in overview their function in Scripture and the life of Israel and Judah. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-34-part-1-introduction-to-the-prophets/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-34-part-1-introduction-to-the-prophets/audio.mp3

Lesson 33 - Elijah
Stephen Trammell


Have you ever placed conditions on God?  Have you ever said, "I'll go when God does something for me?"  If you have, rest assured you aren't the first.  However, in the Bible, we find someone who did not place conditions on God - Elijah.
What if Elijah had placed conditions on God? Would we have the wonderful testimony of God’s faithfulness as exhibited by Elijah’s fresh encounters with God? Elijah was willing to take God at His word and to trust God’s impeccable timing!
Join Pastor Stephen Trammel as he explores Elijah’s life and ministry and be reminded of God’s faithfulness to accomplish His plan.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-33-elijah/
Sun, 15 May 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHave you ever placed conditions on God?  Have you ever said, "I'll go when God does something for me?"  If you have, rest assured you aren't the first.  However, in the Bible, we find someone who did not place conditions on God - Elijah. What if Elijah hawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHave you ever placed conditions on God?  Have you ever said, "I'll go when God does something for me?"  If you have, rest assured you aren't the first.  However, in the Bible, we find someone who did not place conditions on God - Elijah. What if Elijah had placed conditions on God? Would we have the wonderful testimony of God’s faithfulness as exhibited by Elijah’s fresh encounters with God? Elijah was willing to take God at His word and to trust God’s impeccable timing! Join Pastor Stephen Trammel as he explores Elijah’s life and ministry and be reminded of God’s faithfulness to accomplish His plan.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-33-elijah/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-33-elijah/audio.mp3

Lesson 32 - The Divided Monarchy - Part 2: Civil War Concluded
W. Mark Lanier


We have a tendency to read the Bible and understand many of the events to be “holy stories” removed from the real-life experiences of every day. Biblical stories are indeed “holy stories,” but they are holy stories that were real life experiences in an everyday world.
We live the same real life as the people we find in the Bible, and holy stories are no less a part of our biographies. We understand this better as we examine the biblical stories in their everyday context. Because Israel and Judah were political entities, as well as a collection of individuals, part of the everyday context includes the political factors.
This is an important starting point as we try to better understand the life of Iron Age Biblical stories.  Join Mark Lanier as we study the Divided Monarchy - The Civil War Concluded.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-32-the-divided-monarchy-part-2-civil-war-concluded/
Sat, 07 May 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno We have a tendency to read the Bible and understand many of the events to be “holy stories” removed from the real-life experiences of every day. Biblical stories are indeed “holy stories,” but they are holy stories that were real life experiences in an ewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com We have a tendency to read the Bible and understand many of the events to be “holy stories” removed from the real-life experiences of every day. Biblical stories are indeed “holy stories,” but they are holy stories that were real life experiences in an everyday world. We live the same real life as the people we find in the Bible, and holy stories are no less a part of our biographies. We understand this better as we examine the biblical stories in their everyday context. Because Israel and Judah were political entities, as well as a collection of individuals, part of the everyday context includes the political factors. This is an important starting point as we try to better understand the life of Iron Age Biblical stories.  Join Mark Lanier as we study the Divided Monarchy - The Civil War Concluded. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-32-the-divided-monarchy-part-2-civil-war-concluded/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-32-the-divided-monarchy-part-2-civil-war-concluded/audio.mp3

Lesson 32 - The Divided Monarchy - Part 1: Civil War
W. Mark Lanier


Have you ever heard the term, "narcissism?"  The condition references an overwening preoccupation with oneself.  How do we battle our tendency to see the world through our own lens? How do we avoid the problem of narcissism, so confident and proud in who we are and what we think that we can give credit to no one else?
Sometimes it seems as if people think they have outgrown the biblical basics of God. In the face of this, the Biblical narratives cry out. They proclaim the truth of God in his revelation. God is a truth that one does not outgrow, does not out think, and does not put in its place.
Join us as Mark Lanier explores how Jeroboam discovers that God cannot be fooled!


 
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-32-the-divided-monarchy-part-1-civil-war/
Sat, 30 Apr 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHave you ever heard the term, "narcissism?"  The condition references an overwening preoccupation with oneself.  How do we battle our tendency to see the world through our own lens? How do we avoid the problem of narcissism, so confident and proud in who webmaster@biblical-literacy.comHave you ever heard the term, "narcissism?"  The condition references an overwening preoccupation with oneself.  How do we battle our tendency to see the world through our own lens? How do we avoid the problem of narcissism, so confident and proud in who we are and what we think that we can give credit to no one else? Sometimes it seems as if people think they have outgrown the biblical basics of God. In the face of this, the Biblical narratives cry out. They proclaim the truth of God in his revelation. God is a truth that one does not outgrow, does not out think, and does not put in its place. Join us as Mark Lanier explores how Jeroboam discovers that God cannot be fooled!  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-32-the-divided-monarchy-part-1-civil-war/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-32-the-divided-monarchy-part-1-civil-war/audio.mp3

Lesson 30 - Archaeology and the Early Monarchy Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Interest in things ancient, especially as they relate to matters of faith is at an all time high. Believer and non-believer alike are fascinated to see the evidences, and lack of evidences, that substantiate or bring into question, matters of faith.
Every believer is encouraged by rational reasons to believe. Every non- believer is similarly encouraged by rational reasons for their “faith” in having no faith!
There is another interest for the believer beyond added confidence. It is the insight into faith that comes from the study of history. History, through the lens of archaeology or ancient writings, informs our faith with context and greater layers of understanding. Join Mark Lanier as we attempt to understand that archaeology’s greatest service to Scripture is informing our understanding by providing a contextual framework.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-30-archaeology-and-the-early-monarchy-part-2/
Sat, 16 Apr 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoInterest in things ancient, especially as they relate to matters of faith is at an all time high. Believer and non-believer alike are fascinated to see the evidences, and lack of evidences, that substantiate or bring into question, matters of faith. Everywebmaster@biblical-literacy.comInterest in things ancient, especially as they relate to matters of faith is at an all time high. Believer and non-believer alike are fascinated to see the evidences, and lack of evidences, that substantiate or bring into question, matters of faith. Every believer is encouraged by rational reasons to believe. Every non- believer is similarly encouraged by rational reasons for their “faith” in having no faith! There is another interest for the believer beyond added confidence. It is the insight into faith that comes from the study of history. History, through the lens of archaeology or ancient writings, informs our faith with context and greater layers of understanding. Join Mark Lanier as we attempt to understand that archaeology’s greatest service to Scripture is informing our understanding by providing a contextual framework.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-30-archaeology-and-the-early-monarchy-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-30-archaeology-and-the-early-monarchy-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 31- The Divided Kingdom - The Power of Counsel
W. Mark Lanier


We all make choices day in and day out. Many times these choices are not made in a vacuum. Frequently advice and counsel are offered, sometimes unsolicited! It would be nice to have a silver-bullet answer that is a definite winner every time a decision is needed. But life is not like that. God has not made us machines where we have no need to think, no need to learn, no need to process, no need to pray, and no need to grow. This life is one of decisions and one of learning how to make them wisely.
We all get advice and give advice. How we should process that advice is a focus of this lesson as we walk through the history of the monarchy and the divisions after Solomon.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-31-the-divided-kingdom-the-power-of-counsel/
Sat, 09 Apr 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWe all make choices day in and day out. Many times these choices are not made in a vacuum. Frequently advice and counsel are offered, sometimes unsolicited! It would be nice to have a silver-bullet answer that is a definite winner every time a decision iswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWe all make choices day in and day out. Many times these choices are not made in a vacuum. Frequently advice and counsel are offered, sometimes unsolicited! It would be nice to have a silver-bullet answer that is a definite winner every time a decision is needed. But life is not like that. God has not made us machines where we have no need to think, no need to learn, no need to process, no need to pray, and no need to grow. This life is one of decisions and one of learning how to make them wisely. We all get advice and give advice. How we should process that advice is a focus of this lesson as we walk through the history of the monarchy and the divisions after Solomon. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-31-the-divided-kingdom-the-power-of-counsel/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-31-the-divided-kingdom-the-power-of-counsel/audio.mp3

Lesson 30 - Archaeology and the Early Monarchy
W. Mark Lanier


Recently the Internet headlines call out:
"Could lead codices prove ‘the major discovery of Christian history?"  "Could this be the biggest find since the Dead Sea Scrolls? Seventy metal books found in cave in Jordan could change our view of Biblical history"  "Jordan battles to regain 'priceless' Christian relics."
 
These small, credit card sized books have a long road before they serve us in understanding Biblical history and the history of our faith. There always seems to be a set of scholars who have made up their minds in one direction or another, and archaeology often gets interpreted through the scholars’ lenses of pre-determined conclusions. Some great examples arise on the issue of archaeology and the early monarchy.
Join Mark Lanier as we consider some of the issues facing archaeology and the proper interpretation of the ancient and recent discoveries in Biblical lands.

 
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-30-archaeology-and-the-early-monarchy/
Sat, 02 Apr 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Recently the Internet headlines call out: "Could lead codices prove ‘the major discovery of Christian history?"  "Could this be the biggest find since the Dead Sea Scrolls? Seventy metal books found in cave in Jordan could change our view of Biblical hiswebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Recently the Internet headlines call out: "Could lead codices prove ‘the major discovery of Christian history?"  "Could this be the biggest find since the Dead Sea Scrolls? Seventy metal books found in cave in Jordan could change our view of Biblical history"  "Jordan battles to regain 'priceless' Christian relics."   These small, credit card sized books have a long road before they serve us in understanding Biblical history and the history of our faith. There always seems to be a set of scholars who have made up their minds in one direction or another, and archaeology often gets interpreted through the scholars’ lenses of pre-determined conclusions. Some great examples arise on the issue of archaeology and the early monarchy. Join Mark Lanier as we consider some of the issues facing archaeology and the proper interpretation of the ancient and recent discoveries in Biblical lands.   https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-30-archaeology-and-the-early-monarchy/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-30-archaeology-and-the-early-monarchy/audio.mp3

Lesson 29 - Solomon – Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


When you were growing up, did you ever imagine finding Aladdin’s magical lamp? This was the lamp that, when rubbed, produced a genie that would grant the holder three wishes.

This childhood experience comes to mind this week as we study Solomon and wisdom. Join Mark Lanier as we examine the story of God’s giving Solomon wisdom, along with a review of what is and is not “wisdom” within the Biblical context.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/Mm6k37eon9k/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-29-solomon-part-2/
Sat, 26 Mar 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhen you were growing up, did you ever imagine finding Aladdin’s magical lamp? This was the lamp that, when rubbed, produced a genie that would grant the holder three wishes. This childhood experience comes to mind this week as we study Solomon and wisdomwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhen you were growing up, did you ever imagine finding Aladdin’s magical lamp? This was the lamp that, when rubbed, produced a genie that would grant the holder three wishes. This childhood experience comes to mind this week as we study Solomon and wisdom. Join Mark Lanier as we examine the story of God’s giving Solomon wisdom, along with a review of what is and is not “wisdom” within the Biblical context. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-29-solomon-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-29-solomon-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 29 - Solomon – Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Scripture tells us that “Solomon loved Yahweh” (1 Kings 3:3), and we read of some wonderful things about Solomon in that regard. Yet Solomon had some serious flaws too.
Over and over we read wonderful things about Solomon only to be followed or interspersed with subtly negative and, at times, openly appalling things.
What happened? What could make a good wise king go so bad? Join Mark Lanier as we study the story of Solomon.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-29-solomon-part-1/
Sat, 19 Mar 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Scripture tells us that “Solomon loved Yahweh” (1 Kings 3:3), and we read of some wonderful things about Solomon in that regard. Yet Solomon had some serious flaws too. Over and over we read wonderful things about Solomon only to be followed or intersperwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Scripture tells us that “Solomon loved Yahweh” (1 Kings 3:3), and we read of some wonderful things about Solomon in that regard. Yet Solomon had some serious flaws too. Over and over we read wonderful things about Solomon only to be followed or interspersed with subtly negative and, at times, openly appalling things. What happened? What could make a good wise king go so bad? Join Mark Lanier as we study the story of Solomon. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-29-solomon-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-29-solomon-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 28 - The Temple of Yhwh
W. Mark Lanier


The English letters Yhvw don't appear to form a sensible word.  There are no vowels as we would expect in our English language.  Yet, for centuries and for countless people, they form the most holy word in human speech. The word is so holy that many people refuse to say it out loud.
Follow along as Mark Lanier walks us through the next four letters of the Hebrew alphabet and explores how Solomon started construction on the temple as beyt Yhvw, the house of the LORD. This phrase is used over and over in reference to the temple, not simply by Solomon but by others in the Old Testament as well. The phrase is best understood if we study Yhvh a bit more carefully.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-28-the-temple-of-yhwh/
Sat, 12 Mar 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThe English letters Yhvw don't appear to form a sensible word.  There are no vowels as we would expect in our English language.  Yet, for centuries and for countless people, they form the most holy word in human speech. The word is so holy that many peoplwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThe English letters Yhvw don't appear to form a sensible word.  There are no vowels as we would expect in our English language.  Yet, for centuries and for countless people, they form the most holy word in human speech. The word is so holy that many people refuse to say it out loud. Follow along as Mark Lanier walks us through the next four letters of the Hebrew alphabet and explores how Solomon started construction on the temple as beyt Yhvw, the house of the LORD. This phrase is used over and over in reference to the temple, not simply by Solomon but by others in the Old Testament as well. The phrase is best understood if we study Yhvh a bit more carefully. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-28-the-temple-of-yhwh/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-28-the-temple-of-yhwh/audio.mp3

Lesson 27 - The House of David
W. Mark Lanier


Throughout the life of David, the life of his son Solomon, the days of the monarchy, the days of the latter prophets, and into the New Testament, the beyt David, the house of David, carried special significance not simply as some physical building, nor as the extended family group living together, but of a legacy of promise. This legacy was not simply a genetic promise, but was an assurance that God was at work doing something extraordinary of eternal significance in the beyt David.
Join Mark Lanier in a unique lesson on the House of Daivd and a brief foundation in understanding the Hebrew alphabet.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/Ve6hs2mxOzE/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-27-the-house-of-david/
Sun, 06 Mar 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThroughout the life of David, the life of his son Solomon, the days of the monarchy, the days of the latter prophets, and into the New Testament, the beyt David, the house of David, carried special significance not simply as some physical building, nor aswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThroughout the life of David, the life of his son Solomon, the days of the monarchy, the days of the latter prophets, and into the New Testament, the beyt David, the house of David, carried special significance not simply as some physical building, nor as the extended family group living together, but of a legacy of promise. This legacy was not simply a genetic promise, but was an assurance that God was at work doing something extraordinary of eternal significance in the beyt David. Join Mark Lanier in a unique lesson on the House of Daivd and a brief foundation in understanding the Hebrew alphabet. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-27-the-house-of-david/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-27-the-house-of-david/audio.mp3

Lesson 26 - 2 Samuel - Part 3: David - the Intimate of God
W. Mark Lanier


Adolescence can often be a trying time.  Friends come and go.  Cliques are formed, including some and excluding others.  Establishing intimate friendships that last is often difficult.
Fortunately God has created in us an ability to communicate wtih him in all circumstances.  We can laugh with him, we can lament with him.  We can rely on him 24/7!
Join Mark Lanier as he recounts these types of personal memories and also explores the intimacy David shares with God.  May the lesson of David's intimacy with God encourage others to find the abiding and reliable relationship that God wishes to have with all his creations.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-3-david-the-intimate-of-god/
Sat, 26 Feb 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoAdolescence can often be a trying time.  Friends come and go.  Cliques are formed, including some and excluding others.  Establishing intimate friendships that last is often difficult. Fortunately God has created in us an ability to communicate wtih him iwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comAdolescence can often be a trying time.  Friends come and go.  Cliques are formed, including some and excluding others.  Establishing intimate friendships that last is often difficult. Fortunately God has created in us an ability to communicate wtih him in all circumstances.  We can laugh with him, we can lament with him.  We can rely on him 24/7! Join Mark Lanier as he recounts these types of personal memories and also explores the intimacy David shares with God.  May the lesson of David's intimacy with God encourage others to find the abiding and reliable relationship that God wishes to have with all his creations.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-3-david-the-intimate-of-god/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-3-david-the-intimate-of-god/audio.mp3

Lesson 26 - 2 Samuel - Part 2: David - the Census
W. Mark Lanier


On January 12, 1966, the first episode of Batman appeared on television.  The first episode was entitled "Hi Diddle Riddle" and featured the Riddler.  Batman and Robin would work to solve the Riddles, frequently using a master computer in the Batcave!

Beyond the fiction of television, most serious Bible students will come across passages of Scripture that seem perplexing and riddling in meaning. Consider the passages that pertain to David and the census in 2 Samuel 24 and in 1 Chronicles 21. There are some rather stark differences in these two accounts, which leave the reader puzzling, “What really happened?”
Join Mark Lanier and see if we can answer the question.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-2-david-the-census/
Sat, 19 Feb 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoOn January 12, 1966, the first episode of Batman appeared on television.  The first episode was entitled "Hi Diddle Riddle" and featured the Riddler.  Batman and Robin would work to solve the Riddles, frequently using a master computer in the Batcave! Beywebmaster@biblical-literacy.comOn January 12, 1966, the first episode of Batman appeared on television.  The first episode was entitled "Hi Diddle Riddle" and featured the Riddler.  Batman and Robin would work to solve the Riddles, frequently using a master computer in the Batcave! Beyond the fiction of television, most serious Bible students will come across passages of Scripture that seem perplexing and riddling in meaning. Consider the passages that pertain to David and the census in 2 Samuel 24 and in 1 Chronicles 21. There are some rather stark differences in these two accounts, which leave the reader puzzling, “What really happened?” Join Mark Lanier and see if we can answer the question. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-2-david-the-census/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-2-david-the-census/audio.mp3

Lesson 26 - 2 Samuel - Part 1: David - The Bathsheba Affair
W. Mark Lanier


In 1683, the University of Oxford conducted the last book burning sanctioned by the government in England.  One of the books banned and burned was Lex, Rex, written by the Scottish Presbyterian Samuel Rutherford.  In his book Rutherford wrote, "The law hath a supremacy of constitution above the king." In substantiating his argument, Rutherford quoted the Biblical account of King Saul. Rutherford believed that the law is over the king rather than the king over the law.
As Mark Lanier considers David in this lesson, we see that David found a time where he violated in rapid succession three of the Ten Commandments, but not without dire consequence to him and to his family. For David, as for all rulers, God’s authority trumps that of the king!
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-1-david-the-bathsheba-affair/
Sat, 12 Feb 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn 1683, the University of Oxford conducted the last book burning sanctioned by the government in England.  One of the books banned and burned was Lex, Rex, written by the Scottish Presbyterian Samuel Rutherford.  In his book Rutherford wrote, "The law hawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn 1683, the University of Oxford conducted the last book burning sanctioned by the government in England.  One of the books banned and burned was Lex, Rex, written by the Scottish Presbyterian Samuel Rutherford.  In his book Rutherford wrote, "The law hath a supremacy of constitution above the king." In substantiating his argument, Rutherford quoted the Biblical account of King Saul. Rutherford believed that the law is over the king rather than the king over the law. As Mark Lanier considers David in this lesson, we see that David found a time where he violated in rapid succession three of the Ten Commandments, but not without dire consequence to him and to his family. For David, as for all rulers, God’s authority trumps that of the king! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-1-david-the-bathsheba-affair/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-26-2-samuel-part-1-david-the-bathsheba-affair/audio.mp3

Lesson 25 - 1 Samuel - Part 2: Vignettes
W. Mark Lanier


There are great stories in 1 Samuel as the life of David unfolds.  For example, David annointed King, David and Goliath, Saul and David and their stormy relationship, and the friendship between David and Jonathan.
Most of these stories are well known, but still well worth our study.  Join Mark Lanier as he uses each selection to focus on some useful insights for life.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-25-1-samuel-part-2-vignettes/
Fri, 04 Feb 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThere are great stories in 1 Samuel as the life of David unfolds.  For example, David annointed King, David and Goliath, Saul and David and their stormy relationship, and the friendship between David and Jonathan. Most of these stories are well known, butwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comThere are great stories in 1 Samuel as the life of David unfolds.  For example, David annointed King, David and Goliath, Saul and David and their stormy relationship, and the friendship between David and Jonathan. Most of these stories are well known, but still well worth our study.  Join Mark Lanier as he uses each selection to focus on some useful insights for life. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-25-1-samuel-part-2-vignettes/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-25-1-samuel-part-2-vignettes/audio.mp3

Lesson 25 - I Samuel - Part 1: A Study in Contrasts
W. Mark Lanier


Contrast sets one thing against another to give definition, meaning, insight, greater understanding, and clarity. In design work, good contrast is key.
Even beyond the tangible, however, contrast helps clarify meaning. Sometimes theologians find it easier to say what God is not, rather than simply what God is!
Using contrast, Mark Lanier approaches this introductory lesson on First Samuel. In the process of establishing the storyline in Samuel, we readily see the text teaching by way of contrasts. Join Mark as he highlights these contrasts after moving through the basic elements of the storyline.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-25-i-samuel-part-1-a-study-in-contrasts/
Sat, 29 Jan 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Contrast sets one thing against another to give definition, meaning, insight, greater understanding, and clarity. In design work, good contrast is key. Even beyond the tangible, however, contrast helps clarify meaning. Sometimes theologians find it easiewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Contrast sets one thing against another to give definition, meaning, insight, greater understanding, and clarity. In design work, good contrast is key. Even beyond the tangible, however, contrast helps clarify meaning. Sometimes theologians find it easier to say what God is not, rather than simply what God is! Using contrast, Mark Lanier approaches this introductory lesson on First Samuel. In the process of establishing the storyline in Samuel, we readily see the text teaching by way of contrasts. Join Mark as he highlights these contrasts after moving through the basic elements of the storyline. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-25-i-samuel-part-1-a-study-in-contrasts/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-25-i-samuel-part-1-a-study-in-contrasts/audio.mp3

Lesson 24 - Judges - Part 4: Summation
W. Mark Lanier


A main operation of the American court system is to re-construct history, then applying justice to "fix" the problems that occurred. The process is consistent: the lawyers research the evidence, the experts express their opinions, the experts opinions are tested both for consistency as well as bias, and the case is then presented to a jury (or sometimes a judge). After all the evidence and expert testimony is given to the jurors, lawyers are called upon to give a closing argument. The closing argument is each lawyer‘s chance to summarize the evidence and advocate his or her respective positions.
Join Mark Lanier as he gives a closing argument about the Israelite settlement of the Promised Land. The goal is not to bring the legal system into the church. The goal is to use a means that centuries of development and refinement has found to be extremely productive and reliable for finding accurate historical reconstruction in an effort to set out a possible scenario for the history at issue here.
"May it please the Court..."
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-4-summation/
Sun, 23 Jan 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno A main operation of the American court system is to re-construct history, then applying justice to "fix" the problems that occurred. The process is consistent: the lawyers research the evidence, the experts express their opinions, the experts opinions arwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com A main operation of the American court system is to re-construct history, then applying justice to "fix" the problems that occurred. The process is consistent: the lawyers research the evidence, the experts express their opinions, the experts opinions are tested both for consistency as well as bias, and the case is then presented to a jury (or sometimes a judge). After all the evidence and expert testimony is given to the jurors, lawyers are called upon to give a closing argument. The closing argument is each lawyer‘s chance to summarize the evidence and advocate his or her respective positions. Join Mark Lanier as he gives a closing argument about the Israelite settlement of the Promised Land. The goal is not to bring the legal system into the church. The goal is to use a means that centuries of development and refinement has found to be extremely productive and reliable for finding accurate historical reconstruction in an effort to set out a possible scenario for the history at issue here. "May it please the Court..." https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-4-summation/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-4-summation/audio.mp3

Lesson 24 - Judges - Part 3: Archaeology
W. Mark Lanier


In a courtroom, a lawyer must learn how to handle the facts.  The good facts, the bad facts, and the facts that have no bearing on his case.  So, how does a good attorney handle all of the facts of the case?  According to Mark Lanier, trial lawyer and lecturer, the best way to do this is to recognize all of the facts.  All of the facts make up the whole story.  Therefore all of the facts make up the truth!
This same principle applies to archaeology, specificaly, biblical archaeology and even more specifically, archaeological issues surrounding the book of Judges.  Join Mark Lanier as he presents the archaeological evidence surrounding Judges and suggests the evidence is not to be used to prove the Bible. Instead, its best service is to help put the Bible into an historical context for increased understanding.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-3-archaeology/
Sun, 16 Jan 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn a courtroom, a lawyer must learn how to handle the facts.  The good facts, the bad facts, and the facts that have no bearing on his case.  So, how does a good attorney handle all of the facts of the case?  According to Mark Lanier, trial lawyer and lecwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn a courtroom, a lawyer must learn how to handle the facts.  The good facts, the bad facts, and the facts that have no bearing on his case.  So, how does a good attorney handle all of the facts of the case?  According to Mark Lanier, trial lawyer and lecturer, the best way to do this is to recognize all of the facts.  All of the facts make up the whole story.  Therefore all of the facts make up the truth! This same principle applies to archaeology, specificaly, biblical archaeology and even more specifically, archaeological issues surrounding the book of Judges.  Join Mark Lanier as he presents the archaeological evidence surrounding Judges and suggests the evidence is not to be used to prove the Bible. Instead, its best service is to help put the Bible into an historical context for increased understanding. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-3-archaeology/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-3-archaeology/audio.mp3

Lesson 24 - Judges - Part 2: Authorship and Focus
W. Mark Lanier


Authorship of the book of Judges is no easy question because no human author is identified internally in the book. No one is able to give 100 percent certainty on what human wrote the book of Judges.
Therefore, a fair first question is: why do we care who wrote it? The answer lies, in part at least, in recognizing that whom the author is (at least in function if not in name) might help in understanding why the book of Judges was written. When we discern the purpose behind the book, we should understand much better how to read and understand the book.
Join Mark Lanier in part two of Judges and see if we can determine who wrote Judges and what their purpose likely was.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-2-authorship-and-focus/
Sat, 08 Jan 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Authorship of the book of Judges is no easy question because no human author is identified internally in the book. No one is able to give 100 percent certainty on what human wrote the book of Judges. Therefore, a fair first question is: why do we care whwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Authorship of the book of Judges is no easy question because no human author is identified internally in the book. No one is able to give 100 percent certainty on what human wrote the book of Judges. Therefore, a fair first question is: why do we care who wrote it? The answer lies, in part at least, in recognizing that whom the author is (at least in function if not in name) might help in understanding why the book of Judges was written. When we discern the purpose behind the book, we should understand much better how to read and understand the book. Join Mark Lanier in part two of Judges and see if we can determine who wrote Judges and what their purpose likely was. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-2-authorship-and-focus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-2-authorship-and-focus/audio.mp3

Lesson 24 - Judges - Part 1: Introduction
W. Mark Lanier


Judge Roy Bean was, by his own proclamation, the “Law West of the Pecos.” History records some bizarre judgments issuing forth from Judge Bean and his courtroom (his saloon, the “Jersey Lilly”).
As bizarre as some of Judge Roy Bean's judgements might have been, we find an even more unusual association with judges found in the Old Testament.  In the Biblical book "Judges", we find stories so far removed from today's civilization that some are hard to understand.
Join Mark Lanier over the next three lessons as we study this book.  We will begin with a general overview, setting out the stories in a rhythm in which they appear. In the second and third parts of our study, we will focus on understanding issues of authorship and on the archaeology presented by the book.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-1-introduction/
Sat, 01 Jan 2011 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJudge Roy Bean was, by his own proclamation, the “Law West of the Pecos.” History records some bizarre judgments issuing forth from Judge Bean and his courtroom (his saloon, the “Jersey Lilly”). As bizarre as some of Judge Roy Bean's judgements might havewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comJudge Roy Bean was, by his own proclamation, the “Law West of the Pecos.” History records some bizarre judgments issuing forth from Judge Bean and his courtroom (his saloon, the “Jersey Lilly”). As bizarre as some of Judge Roy Bean's judgements might have been, we find an even more unusual association with judges found in the Old Testament.  In the Biblical book "Judges", we find stories so far removed from today's civilization that some are hard to understand. Join Mark Lanier over the next three lessons as we study this book.  We will begin with a general overview, setting out the stories in a rhythm in which they appear. In the second and third parts of our study, we will focus on understanding issues of authorship and on the archaeology presented by the book. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-1-introduction/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-24-judges-part-1-introduction/audio.mp3

SE-Christmas History - 2010
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/special-events/se-christmas-history-2010/
Sat, 18 Dec 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comhttps://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-christmas-history-2010/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-christmas-history-2010/audio.mp3

Lesson 23 - A Warrior God? - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Have you ever cried out, "Why God?!"  When we cry out, "Why God?" we do so from within our moment in history and eternity that we are living.  Jesus Christ taught us directly and by example that crying out to God is both appropriate and important.

Join Mark Lanier In Part 2 of "A Warrior God?" as we approach the problem of how does a God of love, a God who teaches love for enemies, a God who teaches some measure of personal pacifism, a God who says we will be known by the love we show – how does this same God command complete destruction and annihilation of the enemies of God?
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-23-a-warrior-god-part-2/
Sun, 12 Dec 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHave you ever cried out, "Why God?!"  When we cry out, "Why God?" we do so from within our moment in history and eternity that we are living.  Jesus Christ taught us directly and by example that crying out to God is both appropriate and important. Join Mawebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHave you ever cried out, "Why God?!"  When we cry out, "Why God?" we do so from within our moment in history and eternity that we are living.  Jesus Christ taught us directly and by example that crying out to God is both appropriate and important. Join Mark Lanier In Part 2 of "A Warrior God?" as we approach the problem of how does a God of love, a God who teaches love for enemies, a God who teaches some measure of personal pacifism, a God who says we will be known by the love we show – how does this same God command complete destruction and annihilation of the enemies of God?https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-23-a-warrior-god-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-23-a-warrior-god-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 23 - A Warrior God? - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Man seeks to create God in man's image.  We constantly hold God to our internal moral standards of right and wrong. Whatever we think is right, we expect of God. Whatever we think is wrong, we disassociate from God.
Join Mark Lanier as we look at the lessons of Joshua, and focus on the issue of God as warrior. In this two part series we examine the actions and instructions attributed to God which seem contrary to both our moral expectations of God and to the teachings of God in the New Testament (and other parts of the Old Testament) as a God of love, long-suffering and patient, seeking redemption rather than revenge.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-23-a-warrior-god-part-1/
Sat, 04 Dec 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMan seeks to create God in man's image.  We constantly hold God to our internal moral standards of right and wrong. Whatever we think is right, we expect of God. Whatever we think is wrong, we disassociate from God. Join Mark Lanier as we look at the lesswebmaster@biblical-literacy.comMan seeks to create God in man's image.  We constantly hold God to our internal moral standards of right and wrong. Whatever we think is right, we expect of God. Whatever we think is wrong, we disassociate from God. Join Mark Lanier as we look at the lessons of Joshua, and focus on the issue of God as warrior. In this two part series we examine the actions and instructions attributed to God which seem contrary to both our moral expectations of God and to the teachings of God in the New Testament (and other parts of the Old Testament) as a God of love, long-suffering and patient, seeking redemption rather than revenge.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-23-a-warrior-god-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-23-a-warrior-god-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 22 - Ruth
Dale Hearn


There is a Hebrew word, Hesed, that is difficult to translate into English.  However, there are many people who live their lives showing hesed to people around them.  When a couple gives their vows in marriage they often express the concept of hesed.  So, what is the meaning of this word, hesed, and how does it relate to my life?
Join Dale Hearn as we study the book of Ruth.  Through the story of Ruth we understand that hesed is a Hebrew word that describes the indescribable, that defines the un-definable. Put simply, hesed is the defining characteristic of God in the Old Testament. It is a key to opening the mysterious door to understanding who God really is.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-22-ruth/
Tue, 23 Nov 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoThere is a Hebrew word, Hesed, that is difficult to translate into English.  However, there are many people who live their lives showing hesed to people around them.  When a couple gives their vows in marriage they often express the concept of hesed.  So,webmaster@biblical-literacy.comThere is a Hebrew word, Hesed, that is difficult to translate into English.  However, there are many people who live their lives showing hesed to people around them.  When a couple gives their vows in marriage they often express the concept of hesed.  So, what is the meaning of this word, hesed, and how does it relate to my life? Join Dale Hearn as we study the book of Ruth.  Through the story of Ruth we understand that hesed is a Hebrew word that describes the indescribable, that defines the un-definable. Put simply, hesed is the defining characteristic of God in the Old Testament. It is a key to opening the mysterious door to understanding who God really is. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-22-ruth/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-22-ruth/audio.mp3

Lesson 21 - Journey Lessons from Joshua
Steve Taylor


Have you ever used the phrase, "Do Over!"?  Or played the game of golf and declared "Mulligan" after hitting a bad shot?  For God, we understand these concepts as "Grace."  A wonderful second chance to do what is right in the eyes of God.
Join Steve Taylor as we look at the lessons to be learned from Joshua as he leads the nation of Israel in their journey after the death of Moses.  A journey that should have taken one year had instead taken forty, all because of some terribly wrong choices. But instead of completely abandoning the Israelites, God gave them a second chance of sorts – a do-over, a mulligan. Here was their second chance to enter the land that God had promised them through Abraham and Moses, to see God work in ways that only God could work, and to be a testimony to the world of what a great God He is.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-21-journey-lessons-from-joshua/
Sat, 20 Nov 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHave you ever used the phrase, "Do Over!"?  Or played the game of golf and declared "Mulligan" after hitting a bad shot?  For God, we understand these concepts as "Grace."  A wonderful second chance to do what is right in the eyes of God. Join Steve Taylowebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHave you ever used the phrase, "Do Over!"?  Or played the game of golf and declared "Mulligan" after hitting a bad shot?  For God, we understand these concepts as "Grace."  A wonderful second chance to do what is right in the eyes of God. Join Steve Taylor as we look at the lessons to be learned from Joshua as he leads the nation of Israel in their journey after the death of Moses.  A journey that should have taken one year had instead taken forty, all because of some terribly wrong choices. But instead of completely abandoning the Israelites, God gave them a second chance of sorts – a do-over, a mulligan. Here was their second chance to enter the land that God had promised them through Abraham and Moses, to see God work in ways that only God could work, and to be a testimony to the world of what a great God He is.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-21-journey-lessons-from-joshua/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-21-journey-lessons-from-joshua/audio.mp3

Lesson 20 - Joshua and the Promised Land - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


One of the more amazing Bible stories we learn as children is the battle of Jericho.  We even have a song to help us remember the event, "Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho, Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, and the walls came tumbling down."
Why is ths story one of such foundational understanding in our youth?  It certainly makes for great story telling.  It underscores the hand of God on the people of Israel and their new leader Joshua.  But does the archaeological record support such a story?
Join Mark Lanier for Part 3 of "Joshua and the Promised Land" as we explore the opinions, archaeological record, and evidence of this Old Testament account of history.  Through it all we will discover that nothing in the archaeological record destroys or proves our faith.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-3/
Sat, 13 Nov 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoOne of the more amazing Bible stories we learn as children is the battle of Jericho.  We even have a song to help us remember the event, "Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho, Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, and the walls came tumbliwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comOne of the more amazing Bible stories we learn as children is the battle of Jericho.  We even have a song to help us remember the event, "Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho, Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, and the walls came tumbling down." Why is ths story one of such foundational understanding in our youth?  It certainly makes for great story telling.  It underscores the hand of God on the people of Israel and their new leader Joshua.  But does the archaeological record support such a story? Join Mark Lanier for Part 3 of "Joshua and the Promised Land" as we explore the opinions, archaeological record, and evidence of this Old Testament account of history.  Through it all we will discover that nothing in the archaeological record destroys or proves our faith.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 20 - Joshua and the Promised Land - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Are you familiar with Father Guido Sarducci's sketch from the 1970's where he offers his five-minute university degree?  He humorously taught us that there are a limited number of things we will remember five years after graduating from college.  So, why bother learning the entire subject, let's just learn what we will remember five years later.
As Mark Lanier continues in Part 2 of "Joshua and the Promised Land" we attempt to go just a little deeper than Father Guido Sarducci might recommend.  We hope to open a door to understanding the issues behind the archaeological record of Joshua and Jericho.  We will compare the archaeological findings to the data supplied in the Bible. This means exploring some of the more important finds, and discussing the interpretations of those finds. Rarely is a finding absolute in its import or meaning, and often a great deal of interpretation is involved, giving a range of possible understandings.
Join Mark as he suggests that the main use for archaeology is to put Biblical stories and passages into a cultural context so that they can better be understood. As our vision of the physical and cultural background to the Bible expands, so does our understanding of the Bible passages written within that background.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-2/
Sat, 06 Nov 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoAre you familiar with Father Guido Sarducci's sketch from the 1970's where he offers his five-minute university degree?  He humorously taught us that there are a limited number of things we will remember five years after graduating from college.  So, why webmaster@biblical-literacy.comAre you familiar with Father Guido Sarducci's sketch from the 1970's where he offers his five-minute university degree?  He humorously taught us that there are a limited number of things we will remember five years after graduating from college.  So, why bother learning the entire subject, let's just learn what we will remember five years later. As Mark Lanier continues in Part 2 of "Joshua and the Promised Land" we attempt to go just a little deeper than Father Guido Sarducci might recommend.  We hope to open a door to understanding the issues behind the archaeological record of Joshua and Jericho.  We will compare the archaeological findings to the data supplied in the Bible. This means exploring some of the more important finds, and discussing the interpretations of those finds. Rarely is a finding absolute in its import or meaning, and often a great deal of interpretation is involved, giving a range of possible understandings. Join Mark as he suggests that the main use for archaeology is to put Biblical stories and passages into a cultural context so that they can better be understood. As our vision of the physical and cultural background to the Bible expands, so does our understanding of the Bible passages written within that background.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 20 - Joshua and the Promised Land - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Perception is a funny thing.  We often hear that perception is reality.  Unfortunately for many of us the quest for reality stops with our perception.  Usually there is so much more depth to reality and truth than just mere perception.
For example, as we contemplate the Israelites’ invasion of the Promised Land, some of us have perceptions that are not necessarily reflective of what the Bible teaches. It is probably true for many even in the world of scholastic research and writing.

Join Mark Lanier as we begin a three part series on "Joshua and the Promised Land".  In part one we focus on the interaction between archaeology and the Bible’s account of the Israelites’ settlement of the Promised Land in the book of Joshua, understanding that we need to first carefully consider what the Bible has to say about the subject and then we need our perceptions of Biblical teaching aligned with the reality of Biblical teaching.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-1/
Sat, 30 Oct 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Perception is a funny thing.  We often hear that perception is reality.  Unfortunately for many of us the quest for reality stops with our perception.  Usually there is so much more depth to reality and truth than just mere perception. For example, as wewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Perception is a funny thing.  We often hear that perception is reality.  Unfortunately for many of us the quest for reality stops with our perception.  Usually there is so much more depth to reality and truth than just mere perception. For example, as we contemplate the Israelites’ invasion of the Promised Land, some of us have perceptions that are not necessarily reflective of what the Bible teaches. It is probably true for many even in the world of scholastic research and writing. Join Mark Lanier as we begin a three part series on "Joshua and the Promised Land".  In part one we focus on the interaction between archaeology and the Bible’s account of the Israelites’ settlement of the Promised Land in the book of Joshua, understanding that we need to first carefully consider what the Bible has to say about the subject and then we need our perceptions of Biblical teaching aligned with the reality of Biblical teaching. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-20-joshua-and-the-promised-land-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 19 - Journey Stories - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


During this three part series we have been using a “journey theme” to catch the necessary historical narratives of the Israelites going from Egypt, through forty years in the wilderness, and finally into the Promised Land. As we consider their journey, we have highlighted selected vignettes in ways that draw lessons for life in our individual journeys with the Lord.
Join Mark Lanier in this final lesson on "Journey Stories", as we try to draw these vignettes to a close and bring the Israelites “home.”
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-3/
Sun, 24 Oct 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno During this three part series we have been using a “journey theme” to catch the necessary historical narratives of the Israelites going from Egypt, through forty years in the wilderness, and finally into the Promised Land. As we consider their journey, wwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com During this three part series we have been using a “journey theme” to catch the necessary historical narratives of the Israelites going from Egypt, through forty years in the wilderness, and finally into the Promised Land. As we consider their journey, we have highlighted selected vignettes in ways that draw lessons for life in our individual journeys with the Lord. Join Mark Lanier in this final lesson on "Journey Stories", as we try to draw these vignettes to a close and bring the Israelites “home.” https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 19 - Journey Stories - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Ah, the good old days!?  We all have stories of the good old days.  Some recount a time of simple bliss and joy.  Others recount a time of difficulty and hardship.  Often upon careful, truthful reflection we find that the good old days in reality aren't quite the way we remember them!
Join Mark Lanier in part two of "Lessons from the Journey" as we consider a few additional vignettes as part of our "journey musings" of the Israelites journeying from Egypt to the Promised Land.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-2/
Sun, 17 Oct 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoAh, the good old days!?  We all have stories of the good old days.  Some recount a time of simple bliss and joy.  Others recount a time of difficulty and hardship.  Often upon careful, truthful reflection we find that the good old days in reality aren't qwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comAh, the good old days!?  We all have stories of the good old days.  Some recount a time of simple bliss and joy.  Others recount a time of difficulty and hardship.  Often upon careful, truthful reflection we find that the good old days in reality aren't quite the way we remember them! Join Mark Lanier in part two of "Lessons from the Journey" as we consider a few additional vignettes as part of our "journey musings" of the Israelites journeying from Egypt to the Promised Land.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 19 - Journey Stories - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Life is a journey.  It is a journey that can have wonderful things in store, even when difficulties arise.

Journey themes resonate because we recognize that all of us are at some stage in a journey we call our life. We may be at the start, the middle, or the end. The journey may be uphill or downhill. It may be a lonely journey or one with close company. We all understand the idea of a journey, however, and we can look at our own lives or the lives of others for inspiration, success stories, and warnings.
Join Mark Lanier in our three part study of "Lessons from the Journey."  We will consider some of the journey lessons of the Israelites as they journey from Egypt, through the wilderness, and finally into the Promised Land.  As we learn their stories, we can personalize lessons for our own individual journeys home to the Father.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-1/
Sun, 10 Oct 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoLife is a journey.  It is a journey that can have wonderful things in store, even when difficulties arise. Journey themes resonate because we recognize that all of us are at some stage in a journey we call our life. We may be at the start, the middle, or webmaster@biblical-literacy.comLife is a journey.  It is a journey that can have wonderful things in store, even when difficulties arise. Journey themes resonate because we recognize that all of us are at some stage in a journey we call our life. We may be at the start, the middle, or the end. The journey may be uphill or downhill. It may be a lonely journey or one with close company. We all understand the idea of a journey, however, and we can look at our own lives or the lives of others for inspiration, success stories, and warnings. Join Mark Lanier in our three part study of "Lessons from the Journey."  We will consider some of the journey lessons of the Israelites as they journey from Egypt, through the wilderness, and finally into the Promised Land.  As we learn their stories, we can personalize lessons for our own individual journeys home to the Father. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-19-journey-stories-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 18 - The Tabernacle
W. Mark Lanier


Have you heard any of the frequent news stories about some wonderful and devout person finding images of Mary or Christ in everthing from potato chips to pizza pans?!  While these may seem a bit far fetched to many, we need to be careful in judging too quickly lest we find ourselves guilty of the same thing, theologically.
Many wonderful, well-meaning people find pictures, images, and archetypes in Old Testament figures and stories as they relate to our New Testament theology.  This does not mean that these stories don't exist and we shouldn't be taught by them.  Instead it means we should proceed with caution!
Join Mark Lanier as we explore one such story, "The Tabernacle."  We will observe lessons and parallels given in New Testament Scripture and see several other apparent relationships that seem present, but may need to be carefully reconsidered.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-18-the-tabernacle/
Sat, 02 Oct 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHave you heard any of the frequent news stories about some wonderful and devout person finding images of Mary or Christ in everthing from potato chips to pizza pans?!  While these may seem a bit far fetched to many, we need to be careful in judging too quwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comHave you heard any of the frequent news stories about some wonderful and devout person finding images of Mary or Christ in everthing from potato chips to pizza pans?!  While these may seem a bit far fetched to many, we need to be careful in judging too quickly lest we find ourselves guilty of the same thing, theologically. Many wonderful, well-meaning people find pictures, images, and archetypes in Old Testament figures and stories as they relate to our New Testament theology.  This does not mean that these stories don't exist and we shouldn't be taught by them.  Instead it means we should proceed with caution! Join Mark Lanier as we explore one such story, "The Tabernacle."  We will observe lessons and parallels given in New Testament Scripture and see several other apparent relationships that seem present, but may need to be carefully reconsidered.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-18-the-tabernacle/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-18-the-tabernacle/audio.mp3

Lesson 17 - The Pentateuch Laws
W. Mark Lanier


Is it an easy question: What is the Law? If we narrow our question to the first five books of the Bible, can we simply say the law is where God instructed his people to do something? Do we think one part of the law is more important than another? Are the Ten Commandments some kind or level of “law” superior to another? How are the laws written? Are the most important ones given first? Do they march through some logical order, whether alphabetical or by subject matter?
Join Mark Lanier in our discussion the law as given to Moses, both in general as well as a few “problem laws” brought up by class members for discussion.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-17-the-pentateuch-laws/
Sun, 26 Sep 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIs it an easy question: What is the Law? If we narrow our question to the first five books of the Bible, can we simply say the law is where God instructed his people to do something? Do we think one part of the law is more important than another? Are the webmaster@biblical-literacy.comIs it an easy question: What is the Law? If we narrow our question to the first five books of the Bible, can we simply say the law is where God instructed his people to do something? Do we think one part of the law is more important than another? Are the Ten Commandments some kind or level of “law” superior to another? How are the laws written? Are the most important ones given first? Do they march through some logical order, whether alphabetical or by subject matter? Join Mark Lanier in our discussion the law as given to Moses, both in general as well as a few “problem laws” brought up by class members for discussion. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-17-the-pentateuch-laws/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-17-the-pentateuch-laws/audio.mp3

Lesson 16 - Jewish Holy Days
W. Mark Lanier


During a recent discussion on the significance of each Jewish holy day, a devout Jew responded at one point saying, “As a general rule, most Jewish holidays follow a simple formula—they tried to kill us, they didn’t succeed, let’s eat.”  While there is certainly an element of humor in the comment, there is also an element of seriousness because many of the holidays do derive from efforts to stamp out the Jewish people.
Join Mark Lanier as we push deeper into the Jewish holidays.  A set of those holidays falls in rapid succession during each autumn, beginning with the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah1) and ending with the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur2).

It is to those fall holidays authorized by God, given to Moses, that we turn our attention today. As we do so, we will examine not only the biblical basis for the holidays, but also any references by the New Testament and the practice of Jesus, as well as the current practices of Jews and implications for Christians today.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-16-jewish-holy-days/
Sat, 18 Sep 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno During a recent discussion on the significance of each Jewish holy day, a devout Jew responded at one point saying, “As a general rule, most Jewish holidays follow a simple formula—they tried to kill us, they didn’t succeed, let’s eat.”  While there is cwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com During a recent discussion on the significance of each Jewish holy day, a devout Jew responded at one point saying, “As a general rule, most Jewish holidays follow a simple formula—they tried to kill us, they didn’t succeed, let’s eat.”  While there is certainly an element of humor in the comment, there is also an element of seriousness because many of the holidays do derive from efforts to stamp out the Jewish people. Join Mark Lanier as we push deeper into the Jewish holidays.  A set of those holidays falls in rapid succession during each autumn, beginning with the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah1) and ending with the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur2). It is to those fall holidays authorized by God, given to Moses, that we turn our attention today. As we do so, we will examine not only the biblical basis for the holidays, but also any references by the New Testament and the practice of Jesus, as well as the current practices of Jews and implications for Christians today. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-16-jewish-holy-days/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-16-jewish-holy-days/audio.mp3

Lesson 15 - Exodus and Archaeology
W. Mark Lanier


We live in a numbers age. Many of us, have a driver’s license number, a social security number, a PIN number, numerical passwords, numbered bank accounts, credit card numbers, a house number, a zip code number, etc.,—more numbers than we can count!

If we go further back in history to ancient Israel, then we find still a different time numerically. The ancient Hebrew language had words for numbers, but they were much more limited than the Greeks or Romans. The Ancient Near Eastern societies were not built around numbers the way ours is today.
Mark Lanier reminds us we always need to be careful to seek first to understand Scripture within its own historical context and frame of reference, for God placed his revelation in historical interactions with his people. This care becomes especially relevant as we conclude our study of the Scriptural account of the exodus in relation to archaeological evidence.

 
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-15-exodus-and-archaeology/
Sat, 11 Sep 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWe live in a numbers age. Many of us, have a driver’s license number, a social security number, a PIN number, numerical passwords, numbered bank accounts, credit card numbers, a house number, a zip code number, etc.,—more numbers than we can count! If we webmaster@biblical-literacy.comWe live in a numbers age. Many of us, have a driver’s license number, a social security number, a PIN number, numerical passwords, numbered bank accounts, credit card numbers, a house number, a zip code number, etc.,—more numbers than we can count! If we go further back in history to ancient Israel, then we find still a different time numerically. The ancient Hebrew language had words for numbers, but they were much more limited than the Greeks or Romans. The Ancient Near Eastern societies were not built around numbers the way ours is today. Mark Lanier reminds us we always need to be careful to seek first to understand Scripture within its own historical context and frame of reference, for God placed his revelation in historical interactions with his people. This care becomes especially relevant as we conclude our study of the Scriptural account of the exodus in relation to archaeological evidence.  https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-15-exodus-and-archaeology/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-15-exodus-and-archaeology/audio.mp3

Lesson 14 - The Ten Commandments
Stephen Trammell


God originated covenant relationships. He values community and creates unity in the midst of diversity. God pursued the children of Israel with His redeeming love. He allowed Moses to experience forty years in the palace and then another forty years in the desert.
There were some things God wanted to teach Moses in the desert that he could not learn in the palace. After his burning bush experience, Moses sought to deliver the children of Israel from Egyptian bondage. God unleashed His miracle working power through Moses and enabled the children of Israel to cross the Re(e)d Sea on dry ground. As Israel entered the Desert of Sinai, they camped in front of the mountain.
Join Pastor Stephen Trammel as we learn how God was moving them out of idolatry and establishing their identity as the people of God. Now that they had been delivered out of Egypt, it was time to deliver Egypt out of them. God invited Moses to come up the mountain and receive the Law that we commonly refer to as The Ten Commandments.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-14-the-ten-commandments/
Sun, 05 Sep 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno God originated covenant relationships. He values community and creates unity in the midst of diversity. God pursued the children of Israel with His redeeming love. He allowed Moses to experience forty years in the palace and then another forty years in twebmaster@biblical-literacy.com God originated covenant relationships. He values community and creates unity in the midst of diversity. God pursued the children of Israel with His redeeming love. He allowed Moses to experience forty years in the palace and then another forty years in the desert. There were some things God wanted to teach Moses in the desert that he could not learn in the palace. After his burning bush experience, Moses sought to deliver the children of Israel from Egyptian bondage. God unleashed His miracle working power through Moses and enabled the children of Israel to cross the Re(e)d Sea on dry ground. As Israel entered the Desert of Sinai, they camped in front of the mountain. Join Pastor Stephen Trammel as we learn how God was moving them out of idolatry and establishing their identity as the people of God. Now that they had been delivered out of Egypt, it was time to deliver Egypt out of them. God invited Moses to come up the mountain and receive the Law that we commonly refer to as The Ten Commandments. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-14-the-ten-commandments/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-14-the-ten-commandments/audio.mp3

Lesson 13 - Exodus
W. Mark Lanier


On the rugged steps of Mount Sinai, Helen, the mother of Constantine the Great, established an early Christian monastery. The building site was immediately adjacent to a bush that the local people believed to be the bush that “was burning, yet was not consumed” (Ex. 3:2).
The exodus story is replete with events that foreshadow the life of Christ, the walk of the believer, and the practice of the church. There are so many, we will narrow our focus somewhat in this lesson by Mark Lanier. We will dwell on some of the wonderful lessons for the church that are set within this historical story of Israel. As this lesson continues a story line of the Exodus carried forward in earlier lessons, we begin by taking the narrative past the night of the Passover.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-13-exodus/
Sun, 22 Aug 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoOn the rugged steps of Mount Sinai, Helen, the mother of Constantine the Great, established an early Christian monastery. The building site was immediately adjacent to a bush that the local people believed to be the bush that “was burning, yet was not conwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comOn the rugged steps of Mount Sinai, Helen, the mother of Constantine the Great, established an early Christian monastery. The building site was immediately adjacent to a bush that the local people believed to be the bush that “was burning, yet was not consumed” (Ex. 3:2). The exodus story is replete with events that foreshadow the life of Christ, the walk of the believer, and the practice of the church. There are so many, we will narrow our focus somewhat in this lesson by Mark Lanier. We will dwell on some of the wonderful lessons for the church that are set within this historical story of Israel. As this lesson continues a story line of the Exodus carried forward in earlier lessons, we begin by taking the narrative past the night of the Passover. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-13-exodus/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-13-exodus/audio.mp3

Lesson 11 - Joseph/Moses: Archeology and Egypt - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


A trip to the Cairo Museum feels like a visit to a movie set. You are transported immediately into an ancient world, where monuments, statues, and paintings stir up clear images of history from thousands and thousands of years ago. The most stunning and moving exhibit is the room of mummies.
There is one mummy worth seeing more than all the others: Ramesses II. Many scholars believe this was the man before whom Moses stood and demanded the release of God’s people from the bonds of slavery. Was Ramesses II the Pharaoh of the exodus? We cannot say with certainty.
Join Mark Lanier as we continue to look at the archaeology and the Biblical passages consistent wtih the Ramesses II view.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-3/
Sun, 15 Aug 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoA trip to the Cairo Museum feels like a visit to a movie set. You are transported immediately into an ancient world, where monuments, statues, and paintings stir up clear images of history from thousands and thousands of years ago. The most stunning and mwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comA trip to the Cairo Museum feels like a visit to a movie set. You are transported immediately into an ancient world, where monuments, statues, and paintings stir up clear images of history from thousands and thousands of years ago. The most stunning and moving exhibit is the room of mummies. There is one mummy worth seeing more than all the others: Ramesses II. Many scholars believe this was the man before whom Moses stood and demanded the release of God’s people from the bonds of slavery. Was Ramesses II the Pharaoh of the exodus? We cannot say with certainty. Join Mark Lanier as we continue to look at the archaeology and the Biblical passages consistent wtih the Ramesses II view.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 11 - Joseph/Moses: Archeology and Egypt - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Have you ever played the game of "Clue?"  Clue is a logical deduction game where clues unfold helping you determine who committed the murder, which weapon was used, and where the murder was committed.
“Colonel Mustard did it with a candlestick in the study” might be the answer. Or perhaps it was Professor Plum.
As you assemble the clues, you are in a race to deduce the solution before the other players. The race can sometimes make you guess the answer without all the support you need to have certainty.
The practical effect of the game was that guessing before a final solution was clear always left the possibility of guessing wrong, even though you were able to eliminate 90 percent of the options.
In the real world, it is rarely as simple as the game of Clue. Join Mark Lanier as we consider Israel’s exodus from Egypt, and ask questions like:


Who was Pharaoh when Joseph went to Egypt?


Who was the Pharaoh of the exodus?


When did the exodus occur?
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-2/
Fri, 13 Aug 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Have you ever played the game of "Clue?"  Clue is a logical deduction game where clues unfold helping you determine who committed the murder, which weapon was used, and where the murder was committed. “Colonel Mustard did it with a candlestick in the stuwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Have you ever played the game of "Clue?"  Clue is a logical deduction game where clues unfold helping you determine who committed the murder, which weapon was used, and where the murder was committed. “Colonel Mustard did it with a candlestick in the study” might be the answer. Or perhaps it was Professor Plum. As you assemble the clues, you are in a race to deduce the solution before the other players. The race can sometimes make you guess the answer without all the support you need to have certainty. The practical effect of the game was that guessing before a final solution was clear always left the possibility of guessing wrong, even though you were able to eliminate 90 percent of the options. In the real world, it is rarely as simple as the game of Clue. Join Mark Lanier as we consider Israel’s exodus from Egypt, and ask questions like: Who was Pharaoh when Joseph went to Egypt? Who was the Pharaoh of the exodus? When did the exodus occur? https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 12 - Moses
Steve Taylor


Has your Christian walk experienced success AND failure?  Sometimes our walk can be wonderful, exciting, and aw-inspiring.  Sometimes, it can be miserable and difficult to endure.

The problem really is not what we go through, it is our perspective of the One overseeing the journey. Simply put, God often works outside the things we can see with our eyes, touch with our hands, or understand with our minds, and that makes us feel that He must not be aware of our situation. If only God would offer an explanation for it. If only we understood the reason. If only we knew why. If only.
Israel had a deliverer who experienced moments like these.  We know of him as Moses, the man who led the nation of Israel out of Egypt and met with God on Mt. Sinai.  Join Steve Taylor as we explore what made Moses the man of God that he became. And maybe more importantly, what, if anything, does Moses life mean for our own walk with God?
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-12-moses/
Tue, 03 Aug 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoHas your Christian walk experienced success AND failure?  Sometimes our walk can be wonderful, exciting, and aw-inspiring.  Sometimes, it can be miserable and difficult to endure. The problem really is not what we go through, it is our perspective of the webmaster@biblical-literacy.comHas your Christian walk experienced success AND failure?  Sometimes our walk can be wonderful, exciting, and aw-inspiring.  Sometimes, it can be miserable and difficult to endure. The problem really is not what we go through, it is our perspective of the One overseeing the journey. Simply put, God often works outside the things we can see with our eyes, touch with our hands, or understand with our minds, and that makes us feel that He must not be aware of our situation. If only God would offer an explanation for it. If only we understood the reason. If only we knew why. If only. Israel had a deliverer who experienced moments like these.  We know of him as Moses, the man who led the nation of Israel out of Egypt and met with God on Mt. Sinai.  Join Steve Taylor as we explore what made Moses the man of God that he became. And maybe more importantly, what, if anything, does Moses life mean for our own walk with God? https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-12-moses/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-12-moses/audio.mp3

Lesson 11 - Joseph/Moses: Archeology and Egypt - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


In 1997, an annual research seminar was conducted at the University College in London, England. The subject was: The Origin of Early Israel—Current Debate: Biblical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives. The study reflected a sharp division among scholars over the genesis of the Jews as a people. This division still exists among academics that argue for and against the Abrahamic start of the Jews, the issues of the Egyptian background as provided in the Bible, how the Israelites came to inhabit Canaan (swift military conquest or nomadic infiltration?), and even whether King David existed.
Join Mark Lanier in his compelling response to the critics of the Scripture's account of the Jewish people and the Exodus.  We will explore the issue in two parts.  First, by carefully examining the qualifications and motives of the authors’ opinions. Second, by examining the opinions, carefully weighing their merit both against common sense and against the thoughts of other experts in the area.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-1/
Tue, 27 Jul 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn 1997, an annual research seminar was conducted at the University College in London, England. The subject was: The Origin of Early Israel—Current Debate: Biblical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives. The study reflected a sharp division among scwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn 1997, an annual research seminar was conducted at the University College in London, England. The subject was: The Origin of Early Israel—Current Debate: Biblical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives. The study reflected a sharp division among scholars over the genesis of the Jews as a people. This division still exists among academics that argue for and against the Abrahamic start of the Jews, the issues of the Egyptian background as provided in the Bible, how the Israelites came to inhabit Canaan (swift military conquest or nomadic infiltration?), and even whether King David existed. Join Mark Lanier in his compelling response to the critics of the Scripture's account of the Jewish people and the Exodus.  We will explore the issue in two parts.  First, by carefully examining the qualifications and motives of the authors’ opinions. Second, by examining the opinions, carefully weighing their merit both against common sense and against the thoughts of other experts in the area. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-11-joseph-moses-archeology-and-egypt-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 10 - Joseph: The Background Story
W. Mark Lanier


There is no way to go back and relive an earlier moment. You can savor the moment in your memory, but you cannot relive it. Life has no rewind button.
This is a pity in many ways. Wouldn't it be nice if life had a rewind button. There are mistakes that could be fixed, good times that could be relived, missed opportunities that could be seized, needless worries that could be dismissed, and occasionally new insights that could be brought to bear.
Now consider the Joseph story, the desire for a rewind button surely would have been nice for Joseph's brothers! Join Mark Lanier as we search for the "rewind button" and learn more about the background of "The Joseph Story."
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-10-joseph-the-background-story/
Tue, 20 Jul 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno There is no way to go back and relive an earlier moment. You can savor the moment in your memory, but you cannot relive it. Life has no rewind button. This is a pity in many ways. Wouldn't it be nice if life had a rewind button. There are mistakes that cwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com There is no way to go back and relive an earlier moment. You can savor the moment in your memory, but you cannot relive it. Life has no rewind button. This is a pity in many ways. Wouldn't it be nice if life had a rewind button. There are mistakes that could be fixed, good times that could be relived, missed opportunities that could be seized, needless worries that could be dismissed, and occasionally new insights that could be brought to bear. Now consider the Joseph story, the desire for a rewind button surely would have been nice for Joseph's brothers! Join Mark Lanier as we search for the "rewind button" and learn more about the background of "The Joseph Story." https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-10-joseph-the-background-story/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-10-joseph-the-background-story/audio.mp3

Lesson 9 - The Tribes of Israel
Dale Hearn


There are parts of the Old Testament that are absolutely inspiring. Familiar stories, parts of Isaiah, and the Psalms and Proverbs are among them. The book of Nehemiah. Have you ever been guilty of “skipping over” some parts of the Old Testament that you thought were boring or simply did not understand? You are not alone!  It is especially easy to get frustrated by the long lists of names in genealogies, and wonder, why are they in here? Who cares what these guys’ names are.
Join Dale Hearn as he looks at a passage that is often overlooked, The Blessings of Jacob, Genesis 49.
In our lesson today, we will study the plan that God had for Jacob’s 12 sons, who eventually became the 12 tribes of Israel. In essence we will look at Jacob’s Last Will and Testament.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/SYd68-sMAto/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-9-the-tribes-of-israel/
Mon, 12 Jul 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno There are parts of the Old Testament that are absolutely inspiring. Familiar stories, parts of Isaiah, and the Psalms and Proverbs are among them. The book of Nehemiah. Have you ever been guilty of “skipping over” some parts of the Old Testament that youwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com There are parts of the Old Testament that are absolutely inspiring. Familiar stories, parts of Isaiah, and the Psalms and Proverbs are among them. The book of Nehemiah. Have you ever been guilty of “skipping over” some parts of the Old Testament that you thought were boring or simply did not understand? You are not alone!  It is especially easy to get frustrated by the long lists of names in genealogies, and wonder, why are they in here? Who cares what these guys’ names are. Join Dale Hearn as he looks at a passage that is often overlooked, The Blessings of Jacob, Genesis 49. In our lesson today, we will study the plan that God had for Jacob’s 12 sons, who eventually became the 12 tribes of Israel. In essence we will look at Jacob’s Last Will and Testament. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-9-the-tribes-of-israel/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-9-the-tribes-of-israel/audio.mp3

Lesson 8 - Jacob and Faith - Part 2
Steve Taylor


Every story needs a protagonist (the hero), something the hero desperately wants (a quest), a danger faced by the hero, and a robust antagonist (the person we love to hate!). Do you know an antagonist?  Perhaps a neighbor across the street, a co-worker, or maybe even a boss?

In part two of our lesson on "Jacob and Faith," Steve Taylor teaches us Jacob was the perfect antagonist in the real life story revealed in Genesis 25-32. Only four verses into his biography, we see Jacob demonstrating a penchant for manipulating others – revealed by the story of his purchasing Esau’s birthright for a bowl of lentil stew!  Join Steve as we learn more about the antagonist, Jacob.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/nJDpH-gL7o4/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-8-jacob-and-faith-part-2/
Sun, 27 Jun 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoEvery story needs a protagonist (the hero), something the hero desperately wants (a quest), a danger faced by the hero, and a robust antagonist (the person we love to hate!). Do you know an antagonist?  Perhaps a neighbor across the street, a co-worker, owebmaster@biblical-literacy.comEvery story needs a protagonist (the hero), something the hero desperately wants (a quest), a danger faced by the hero, and a robust antagonist (the person we love to hate!). Do you know an antagonist?  Perhaps a neighbor across the street, a co-worker, or maybe even a boss? In part two of our lesson on "Jacob and Faith," Steve Taylor teaches us Jacob was the perfect antagonist in the real life story revealed in Genesis 25-32. Only four verses into his biography, we see Jacob demonstrating a penchant for manipulating others – revealed by the story of his purchasing Esau’s birthright for a bowl of lentil stew!  Join Steve as we learn more about the antagonist, Jacob. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-8-jacob-and-faith-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-8-jacob-and-faith-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 8 - Jacob and Faith - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


Faith is like racquetball in some ways, and yet, it is very different in others. Like racquetball, faith is a personal matter; it is not a team sport. Each of us has our individual faith walk with the Lord. There are times where we are on our game, where our intimacy with the Father is warmly felt, and consciously confirmed. Then, other times we are “off.” The warmth is not so great, and doubts crowd the mind.
Unlike racquetball, faith is not easily measured with objective results. Some people are quick to openly discuss such things, as time and opportunity appear. But for most, there never is a full disclosure, no real ability to measure or appraise “where we are” versus where others are. Consider in this vein, the life of Jacob. We read of Jacob in over ten chapters of Genesis, yet to the extent we know the stories, we carry presuppositions that make it hard for us to fully understand who he was and what struggles he had in his life.
Join Mark Lanier in part one of "Jacob and Faith" as we better appreciate Jacob's life story in Scripture, his struggle with God, and the choices of life.  He had faith, yet he lived in ways and made choices that have made scholars uncomfortable for thousands of years. As we study and consider Jacob, it is instructive to understand not just his story, but also how that story compares to our lives.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/3ml6qKjniCY/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-8-jacob-and-faith-part-1/
Sun, 20 Jun 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoFaith is like racquetball in some ways, and yet, it is very different in others. Like racquetball, faith is a personal matter; it is not a team sport. Each of us has our individual faith walk with the Lord. There are times where we are on our game, where webmaster@biblical-literacy.comFaith is like racquetball in some ways, and yet, it is very different in others. Like racquetball, faith is a personal matter; it is not a team sport. Each of us has our individual faith walk with the Lord. There are times where we are on our game, where our intimacy with the Father is warmly felt, and consciously confirmed. Then, other times we are “off.” The warmth is not so great, and doubts crowd the mind. Unlike racquetball, faith is not easily measured with objective results. Some people are quick to openly discuss such things, as time and opportunity appear. But for most, there never is a full disclosure, no real ability to measure or appraise “where we are” versus where others are. Consider in this vein, the life of Jacob. We read of Jacob in over ten chapters of Genesis, yet to the extent we know the stories, we carry presuppositions that make it hard for us to fully understand who he was and what struggles he had in his life. Join Mark Lanier in part one of "Jacob and Faith" as we better appreciate Jacob's life story in Scripture, his struggle with God, and the choices of life.  He had faith, yet he lived in ways and made choices that have made scholars uncomfortable for thousands of years. As we study and consider Jacob, it is instructive to understand not just his story, but also how that story compares to our lives. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-8-jacob-and-faith-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-8-jacob-and-faith-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 7 - Isaac and Links in a Chain
W. Mark Lanier


Think for a moment about a heavy metal chain – the kind that holds up a heavy load. These are chains that get used to protect people from suspended items that are dangerously heavy.
Which link is the most important?
We come to this illustration as we discuss what Genesis teaches about Isaac. Isaac is a link in the promise of God to bring a successful resolution to the problems brought about by the sin in the garden.  However, it is surprising that Genesis spends relatively little time on Isaac independent of others in Genesis. We read of Isaac as a passive part of the story of Abraham’s obedient willingness to sacrifice him to God. We will also read of Isaac as a role player in the struggle between Jacob and Esau, but we read relatively little that focuses directly on Isaac and his direct interactions with God.
However, this does not diminish the importance of Isaac as a link in the chain.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/ZdF8si4VT9s/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-7-isaac-and-links-in-a-chain/
Sun, 13 Jun 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Think for a moment about a heavy metal chain – the kind that holds up a heavy load. These are chains that get used to protect people from suspended items that are dangerously heavy. Which link is the most important? We come to this illustration as we diswebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Think for a moment about a heavy metal chain – the kind that holds up a heavy load. These are chains that get used to protect people from suspended items that are dangerously heavy. Which link is the most important? We come to this illustration as we discuss what Genesis teaches about Isaac. Isaac is a link in the promise of God to bring a successful resolution to the problems brought about by the sin in the garden.  However, it is surprising that Genesis spends relatively little time on Isaac independent of others in Genesis. We read of Isaac as a passive part of the story of Abraham’s obedient willingness to sacrifice him to God. We will also read of Isaac as a role player in the struggle between Jacob and Esau, but we read relatively little that focuses directly on Isaac and his direct interactions with God. However, this does not diminish the importance of Isaac as a link in the chain. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-7-isaac-and-links-in-a-chain/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-7-isaac-and-links-in-a-chain/audio.mp3

Lesson 6 - Abraham, Archaeology and History - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


Going back into early civilization, when houses and even cities were razed, burned, or destroyed, they were not scraped off the ground for new construction. Instead, the new construction generally went on top of the old. Over time, this produced small hills for the cities and towns. When these towns were abandoned, those hills would accumulate dirt and eventually become solid hills that covered any history of ever existing as a community.
As we work through the archaeology of Abraham’s time period, we begin to consider certain materials found at various ancient digs. The limited nature of the digs necessarily limits the available material. Still, there is more than enough to enrich our understanding of Abraham, as well as to confirm our belief in the historical timeliness of the stories as told in Scripture.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/ldCM0PbT0qo/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-6-abraham-archaeology-and-history-part-2/
Sun, 06 Jun 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoGoing back into early civilization, when houses and even cities were razed, burned, or destroyed, they were not scraped off the ground for new construction. Instead, the new construction generally went on top of the old. Over time, this produced small hilwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comGoing back into early civilization, when houses and even cities were razed, burned, or destroyed, they were not scraped off the ground for new construction. Instead, the new construction generally went on top of the old. Over time, this produced small hills for the cities and towns. When these towns were abandoned, those hills would accumulate dirt and eventually become solid hills that covered any history of ever existing as a community. As we work through the archaeology of Abraham’s time period, we begin to consider certain materials found at various ancient digs. The limited nature of the digs necessarily limits the available material. Still, there is more than enough to enrich our understanding of Abraham, as well as to confirm our belief in the historical timeliness of the stories as told in Scripture. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-6-abraham-archaeology-and-history-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-6-abraham-archaeology-and-history-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 6 - Abraham, Archaeology and History - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


What evidence do we have of Abraham’s life outside of the biblical accounts? Not surprisingly, the answer is “None,” if we are seeking direct evidence. We have no birth certificate, marriage certificate or newspaper obituary. Such did not exist in his day. Interestingly, some scholars regard this lack of direct evidence as substantiation to their theory that Abraham was a fiction, not a real person. Yet, the absence of such information is not odd. Should such information ever be found, that would be the oddity.
Join Mark Lanier as we work through Abraham’s life, adding information and insight we get from various archaeological finds.  We begin our story in Genesis 11:27 and follow through until Genesis 25:11.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/Ad906N-2Vws/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-6-abraham-archaeology-and-history-part-1/
Sat, 29 May 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhat evidence do we have of Abraham’s life outside of the biblical accounts? Not surprisingly, the answer is “None,” if we are seeking direct evidence. We have no birth certificate, marriage certificate or newspaper obituary. Such did not exist in his daywebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhat evidence do we have of Abraham’s life outside of the biblical accounts? Not surprisingly, the answer is “None,” if we are seeking direct evidence. We have no birth certificate, marriage certificate or newspaper obituary. Such did not exist in his day. Interestingly, some scholars regard this lack of direct evidence as substantiation to their theory that Abraham was a fiction, not a real person. Yet, the absence of such information is not odd. Should such information ever be found, that would be the oddity. Join Mark Lanier as we work through Abraham’s life, adding information and insight we get from various archaeological finds.  We begin our story in Genesis 11:27 and follow through until Genesis 25:11.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-6-abraham-archaeology-and-history-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-6-abraham-archaeology-and-history-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 5 - Abraham, God and Christ
W. Mark Lanier


"For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit" (2 Peter 1:16-21).
In this sense Mark Lanier peers into Scripture’s writings about Abraham. We will pull out three different events in Abraham’s life. These are three vignettes where, for almost two thousand years, the church has seen the hand of God prophesying his salvation message. These stories show God speaking not only in words, but also in the events that unfolded. In this sense we see the Hebrews teaching that God spoke by the prophets “at many times and in many ways.”
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/JqfM1aaJyk8/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-5-abraham-god-and-christ/
Sun, 23 May 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno "For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit" (2 Peter 1:16-21). In this sense Mark Lanier peers into Scripture’s writings about Abraham. We will pull out three different evenwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com "For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit" (2 Peter 1:16-21). In this sense Mark Lanier peers into Scripture’s writings about Abraham. We will pull out three different events in Abraham’s life. These are three vignettes where, for almost two thousand years, the church has seen the hand of God prophesying his salvation message. These stories show God speaking not only in words, but also in the events that unfolded. In this sense we see the Hebrews teaching that God spoke by the prophets “at many times and in many ways.” https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-5-abraham-god-and-christ/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-5-abraham-god-and-christ/audio.mp3

SE- The Divine Rescue: An Interview with Edward Fudge
W. Mark Lanier & Edward Fudge


Join Mark Lanier as he conducts a warm and gracious interview with Edward Fudge, author of "The Divine Rescue."

"The Divine Rescue" is the story of a perfect world gone astray, and of the God who stops at nothing to rescue that world and the people who inhabit it.

This book is for anyone, from seeker to scholar, who has ever wept for a broken world, who has tasted pain and passion as a partner in the human plight, who has glimpsed a glory as yet unfulfilled and sensed that there is more to come.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/wMvWK1wjReM/

lessons/special-events/se-the-divine-rescue-an-interview-with-edward-fudge/
Tue, 18 May 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJoin Mark Lanier as he conducts a warm and gracious interview with Edward Fudge, author of "The Divine Rescue." "The Divine Rescue" is the story of a perfect world gone astray, and of the God who stops at nothing to rescue that world and the people who inwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comJoin Mark Lanier as he conducts a warm and gracious interview with Edward Fudge, author of "The Divine Rescue." "The Divine Rescue" is the story of a perfect world gone astray, and of the God who stops at nothing to rescue that world and the people who inhabit it. This book is for anyone, from seeker to scholar, who has ever wept for a broken world, who has tasted pain and passion as a partner in the human plight, who has glimpsed a glory as yet unfulfilled and sensed that there is more to come.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-the-divine-rescue-an-interview-with-edward-fudge/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/se-the-divine-rescue-an-interview-with-edward-fudge/audio.mp3

Lesson 4 - Genealogies, Floods and Towers
W. Mark Lanier


Methusaleh gave birth to his son Noah.  Noah built the ark God commanded him to build before the world was destroyed by the flood.  Methusaleh lived 969 years.  If you "do the math" you will discover that Methusaleh died the very year that the flood came.  Did Methusaleh die in the flood?  If so, why was he not on board the ark?
What a perplexing question!  Yet, this is by no means the only passage in Genesis that has perplexed scholars.  Mark Lanier explores some of these perplexing (and not so perplexing) issues that occur in the genealogies, floods, and towers of Genesis.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/XL3--XKQROo/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-4-genealogies-floods-and-towers/
Sun, 09 May 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoMethusaleh gave birth to his son Noah.  Noah built the ark God commanded him to build before the world was destroyed by the flood.  Methusaleh lived 969 years.  If you "do the math" you will discover that Methusaleh died the very year that the flood came.webmaster@biblical-literacy.comMethusaleh gave birth to his son Noah.  Noah built the ark God commanded him to build before the world was destroyed by the flood.  Methusaleh lived 969 years.  If you "do the math" you will discover that Methusaleh died the very year that the flood came.  Did Methusaleh die in the flood?  If so, why was he not on board the ark? What a perplexing question!  Yet, this is by no means the only passage in Genesis that has perplexed scholars.  Mark Lanier explores some of these perplexing (and not so perplexing) issues that occur in the genealogies, floods, and towers of Genesis.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-4-genealogies-floods-and-towers/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-4-genealogies-floods-and-towers/audio.mp3

Lesson 3 - Genesis: Good Gone Bad
W. Mark Lanier


Things were good – really good. Man was living in a garden the LORD God planted in “Eden.” Man and woman were in God’s garden, a place of pleasure and delight. The joys of walking with God in the cool of the day, of tending the garden, of easy food and godly purpose, were the normative for both man and woman.
Temptation, however, entered the garden and their lives. What happened? How could something so good become something so bad?    Join Mark Lanier in this lesson of "Good Gone Bad."
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/YBl09K48C4Y/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-3-genesis-good-gone-bad/
Sun, 02 May 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Things were good – really good. Man was living in a garden the LORD God planted in “Eden.” Man and woman were in God’s garden, a place of pleasure and delight. The joys of walking with God in the cool of the day, of tending the garden, of easy food and gwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Things were good – really good. Man was living in a garden the LORD God planted in “Eden.” Man and woman were in God’s garden, a place of pleasure and delight. The joys of walking with God in the cool of the day, of tending the garden, of easy food and godly purpose, were the normative for both man and woman. Temptation, however, entered the garden and their lives. What happened? How could something so good become something so bad?    Join Mark Lanier in this lesson of "Good Gone Bad." https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-3-genesis-good-gone-bad/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-3-genesis-good-gone-bad/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Genesis: Creation and Evolution - Part 4
W. Mark Lanier


What are the core meanings of the Creation story in Genesis?  In Part Four of "Geneiss: Creation and Evolution" Mark Lanier explores the suppositon that Scripture is God's revelation of his message to man.
Join us in our final lesson on creation and evolution as we explore three tenants.  1.  God is not a man, nor is he man’s invention.  2.  The world should never be viewed as God or confused with God.  3.  God chose to make you.  He made you for a reason.  God's purpose for you rotates around his relationship with you.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/s7GLIEB8yV8/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-4/
Tue, 27 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhat are the core meanings of the Creation story in Genesis?  In Part Four of "Geneiss: Creation and Evolution" Mark Lanier explores the suppositon that Scripture is God's revelation of his message to man. Join us in our final lesson on creation and evoluwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhat are the core meanings of the Creation story in Genesis?  In Part Four of "Geneiss: Creation and Evolution" Mark Lanier explores the suppositon that Scripture is God's revelation of his message to man. Join us in our final lesson on creation and evolution as we explore three tenants.  1.  God is not a man, nor is he man’s invention.  2.  The world should never be viewed as God or confused with God.  3.  God chose to make you.  He made you for a reason.  God's purpose for you rotates around his relationship with you.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-4/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-4/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Genesis: Creation and Evolution - Part 3
W. Mark Lanier


Creationism or evolution – does it really matter? Christians who think so generally give two reasons for concern: (1) a belief that the integrity of the Bible is at stake if Genesis is not accorded a literal meaning; and (2) a belief that creationism means a Creator God; therefore, evolution must mean no God. In other words, some believe that without creationism, atheism must be true. Some take this further and argue the scientific truth of creationism in an effort to “prove” God exists.

In Part Two we discussed the first concern over whether an evangelical, inerrantist view of Scripture mandates a view of origins as a literal 24-hour, 7-day process some 6,000 years ago. That lesson set out 4 different options for reading Scripture, all of which are viable under an evangelical/inerrantist perspective. Those views ranged from a literal 24/6 young earth to a historical, contextual reading that would be silent on the science of creation.


Join Mark Lanier in Part Three of "Genesis: Creation and Evolution" as he sets aside the first issue and concentrates on the second issue:

Does creationism mean God is real, and therefore, does evolution deny God’s existence?
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/0pGpAgbbZrk/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-3/
Mon, 19 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoCreationism or evolution – does it really matter? Christians who think so generally give two reasons for concern: (1) a belief that the integrity of the Bible is at stake if Genesis is not accorded a literal meaning; and (2) a belief that creationism meanwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comCreationism or evolution – does it really matter? Christians who think so generally give two reasons for concern: (1) a belief that the integrity of the Bible is at stake if Genesis is not accorded a literal meaning; and (2) a belief that creationism means a Creator God; therefore, evolution must mean no God. In other words, some believe that without creationism, atheism must be true. Some take this further and argue the scientific truth of creationism in an effort to “prove” God exists. In Part Two we discussed the first concern over whether an evangelical, inerrantist view of Scripture mandates a view of origins as a literal 24-hour, 7-day process some 6,000 years ago. That lesson set out 4 different options for reading Scripture, all of which are viable under an evangelical/inerrantist perspective. Those views ranged from a literal 24/6 young earth to a historical, contextual reading that would be silent on the science of creation. Join Mark Lanier in Part Three of "Genesis: Creation and Evolution" as he sets aside the first issue and concentrates on the second issue: Does creationism mean God is real, and therefore, does evolution deny God’s existence? https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-3/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-3/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Genesis: Creation and Evolution - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


In Part One of Genesis: Creation and Evolution, we observed the importance of integrating science and faith. As Christians, we need not run from science and common sense to some refuge we call belief. Rather, we can confidently explore not only the book of God’s words (Scripture), but also the wonders of the natural world as the book of God’s works, trusting that God is responsible for both and neither should shut out the other.



In Part Two Mark Lanier continues by focusing on Genesis 1 and 2 considering different ways we might understand what is written. Our focus first considers some of the noteworthy features of the Genesis account. Then, we will consider several approaches to understanding these passages. After this section of our lesson, we will look at various scientific theories of origins noting how they integrate with views of Scripture. Finally, we will return to the Genesis text to understand the lessons presented in line with an integrated view of faith and science.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Biblical-Literacy/~3/sHQ7AFYJrFc/

lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-2/
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoIn Part One of Genesis: Creation and Evolution, we observed the importance of integrating science and faith. As Christians, we need not run from science and common sense to some refuge we call belief. Rather, we can confidently explore not only the book owebmaster@biblical-literacy.comIn Part One of Genesis: Creation and Evolution, we observed the importance of integrating science and faith. As Christians, we need not run from science and common sense to some refuge we call belief. Rather, we can confidently explore not only the book of God’s words (Scripture), but also the wonders of the natural world as the book of God’s works, trusting that God is responsible for both and neither should shut out the other. In Part Two Mark Lanier continues by focusing on Genesis 1 and 2 considering different ways we might understand what is written. Our focus first considers some of the noteworthy features of the Genesis account. Then, we will consider several approaches to understanding these passages. After this section of our lesson, we will look at various scientific theories of origins noting how they integrate with views of Scripture. Finally, we will return to the Genesis text to understand the lessons presented in line with an integrated view of faith and science. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-2/audio.mp3

Lesson 2 - Genesis: Creation and Evolution - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


We live in the scientific age. For example, the knowledge around genetics has grown exponentially in even the last fifty years. Scientists have now sequenced the human genome. They have taken the gene structure that makes us who we are and broken it down into billions of parts in an effort to better understand “human evolution, the causation of disease, and the interplay between the environment and heredity in defining the human condition.”
As a Christian, does one need to pause when reading the Science write-up of the sequencing project? Does the mention of “human evolution” run afoul of core Christian beliefs?
In this lesson, Mark Lanier examine the creation account in Genesis and considers it in light of current scientific thought. What role does science have with faith? Can one believe in creation and science? What is the proper interplay, if any, between science and faith? Can one believe in evolution and God? Can one believe in evolution and creation? How literal is the Genesis creation material? And the ultimate question: what difference does it make?
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-1/
Sun, 28 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno We live in the scientific age. For example, the knowledge around genetics has grown exponentially in even the last fifty years. Scientists have now sequenced the human genome. They have taken the gene structure that makes us who we are and broken it downwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com We live in the scientific age. For example, the knowledge around genetics has grown exponentially in even the last fifty years. Scientists have now sequenced the human genome. They have taken the gene structure that makes us who we are and broken it down into billions of parts in an effort to better understand “human evolution, the causation of disease, and the interplay between the environment and heredity in defining the human condition.” As a Christian, does one need to pause when reading the Science write-up of the sequencing project? Does the mention of “human evolution” run afoul of core Christian beliefs? In this lesson, Mark Lanier examine the creation account in Genesis and considers it in light of current scientific thought. What role does science have with faith? Can one believe in creation and science? What is the proper interplay, if any, between science and faith? Can one believe in evolution and God? Can one believe in evolution and creation? How literal is the Genesis creation material? And the ultimate question: what difference does it make? https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-2-genesis-creation-and-evolution-part-1/audio.mp3

Series Introduction - Biblical Literacy
David Fleming


Join us for an exciting new journey into Biblical Literacy.  Pastor David Fleming introduces us to a new series taught by Mark Lanier.
Pastor Fleming lays the groundwork for studying this wonderful new series by helping us understand that the Bible and it's entire content is THE WORD OF GOD.  It is available to us today and deserves to be read and studied and made a part of our everyday lives.
Come along for this exciting series and check back each week for the wonderful lessons to be learned in our Old Testament books of the Bible.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/series-introduction-biblical-literacy/
Sun, 21 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJoin us for an exciting new journey into Biblical Literacy.  Pastor David Fleming introduces us to a new series taught by Mark Lanier. Pastor Fleming lays the groundwork for studying this wonderful new series by helping us understand that the Bible and itwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comJoin us for an exciting new journey into Biblical Literacy.  Pastor David Fleming introduces us to a new series taught by Mark Lanier. Pastor Fleming lays the groundwork for studying this wonderful new series by helping us understand that the Bible and it's entire content is THE WORD OF GOD.  It is available to us today and deserves to be read and studied and made a part of our everyday lives. Come along for this exciting series and check back each week for the wonderful lessons to be learned in our Old Testament books of the Bible.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/series-introduction-biblical-literacy/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/series-introduction-biblical-literacy/audio.mp3

Introduction - Biblical Survey
W. Mark Lanier


A little over seven years ago at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, we launched a Sunday School class on "Biblical Literacy" with about 85 people in attendance. Over a three-year span, we worked hard to teach material, Genesis to Revelation, which would give someone a proficiency in knowing, understanding, and applying the basic lessons of Scripture.
As time went on, the lessons morphed in form, both written and oral. The class participants changed also, adding several hundred in attendance by the time the class concluded three years later. We then spent two years studying church history followed by almost two and a half years in the life and theology of Paul.
With that road behind us, we have taken sight on going back through the Bible, cover to cover, much like we did with Biblical Literacy. This time, however, we intend to take a slightly different tack. Before, we were intent on finding the "core material" that would give even a novice familiarity with the Bible. This time, the effort is targeted a bit deeper. Our goal is to present and study together material that would be appropriate for study of a survey-type class on a seminary level.
This does not mean that someone already has to have great knowledge in order to appreciate this study. We hope to present the material in a way where the novice can grow as well as the believer who has spent decades in study. In other words, we hope to have something for everyone.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/introduction-biblical-survey/
Sat, 13 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoA little over seven years ago at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, we launched a Sunday School class on "Biblical Literacy" with about 85 people in attendance. Over a three-year span, we worked hard to teach material, Genesis to Revelationwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comA little over seven years ago at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, we launched a Sunday School class on "Biblical Literacy" with about 85 people in attendance. Over a three-year span, we worked hard to teach material, Genesis to Revelation, which would give someone a proficiency in knowing, understanding, and applying the basic lessons of Scripture. As time went on, the lessons morphed in form, both written and oral. The class participants changed also, adding several hundred in attendance by the time the class concluded three years later. We then spent two years studying church history followed by almost two and a half years in the life and theology of Paul. With that road behind us, we have taken sight on going back through the Bible, cover to cover, much like we did with Biblical Literacy. This time, however, we intend to take a slightly different tack. Before, we were intent on finding the "core material" that would give even a novice familiarity with the Bible. This time, the effort is targeted a bit deeper. Our goal is to present and study together material that would be appropriate for study of a survey-type class on a seminary level. This does not mean that someone already has to have great knowledge in order to appreciate this study. We hope to present the material in a way where the novice can grow as well as the believer who has spent decades in study. In other words, we hope to have something for everyone.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/introduction-biblical-survey/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/introduction-biblical-survey/audio.mp3

Lesson 1 - Genesis: Authorship Issues - Part 1
W. Mark Lanier


We live in an age and society where we like to know who is responsible for what we are hearing or reading. It makes a difference to us. Authorship is important.
But, it was not always so. During the time of the Old Testament’s composition, the concerns over authorship were not present. They did not assess credibility the way we do. No doubt this is one reason why the authors are not always named in much of the Old Testament.
Join Mark Lanier as we set out various issues important to the authorship debate on Genesis. In the process, we must recognize both our goals and our limitations.
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-1-genesis-authorship-issues-part-1/
Sat, 13 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWe live in an age and society where we like to know who is responsible for what we are hearing or reading. It makes a difference to us. Authorship is important. But, it was not always so. During the time of the Old Testament’s composition, the concerns ovwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWe live in an age and society where we like to know who is responsible for what we are hearing or reading. It makes a difference to us. Authorship is important. But, it was not always so. During the time of the Old Testament’s composition, the concerns over authorship were not present. They did not assess credibility the way we do. No doubt this is one reason why the authors are not always named in much of the Old Testament. Join Mark Lanier as we set out various issues important to the authorship debate on Genesis. In the process, we must recognize both our goals and our limitations. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-1-genesis-authorship-issues-part-1/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-1-genesis-authorship-issues-part-1/audio.mp3

Lesson 1 - Genesis: Authorship Issues - Part 2
W. Mark Lanier


We started this two part lesson with questions of authorship and credibility. We end it with affirmations, not because we can conclusively assert that Moses wrote each and every word of the Pentateuch exactly how we now read them. The reason is that the ultimate source of Scripture is God.

God has worked through history and through many people to place his Holy Scriptures before people. We know through the recognition of Hebrew authority, the authority of Christ and the apostles, and the authority of the church, that we have Holy Scripture. With Scripture, we have revelation of God. Without it, we are lost with manmade ideas that bear little to no sense to truth.
 
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lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-1-genesis-authorship-issues-part-2/
Sat, 13 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWe started this two part lesson with questions of authorship and credibility. We end it with affirmations, not because we can conclusively assert that Moses wrote each and every word of the Pentateuch exactly how we now read them. The reason is that the uwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWe started this two part lesson with questions of authorship and credibility. We end it with affirmations, not because we can conclusively assert that Moses wrote each and every word of the Pentateuch exactly how we now read them. The reason is that the ultimate source of Scripture is God. God has worked through history and through many people to place his Holy Scriptures before people. We know through the recognition of Hebrew authority, the authority of Christ and the apostles, and the authority of the church, that we have Holy Scripture. With Scripture, we have revelation of God. Without it, we are lost with manmade ideas that bear little to no sense to truth.   https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-1-genesis-authorship-issues-part-2/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/old-testament-survey/lesson-1-genesis-authorship-issues-part-2/audio.mp3

SE- Psalms 40
W. Mark Lanier



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lessons/special-events/se-psalms-40/
Wed, 17 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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SE- Psalms 139
Lanier



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lessons/special-events/se-psalms-139/
Tue, 09 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And The Maturing Christian
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-the-maturing-christian/
Tue, 09 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Gifts # 3
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-gifts-3/
Mon, 01 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Gifts # 4
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-gifts-4/
Mon, 01 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Gifts # 2
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-gifts-2/
Wed, 20 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Money And Possessions
Hearn



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-money-and-possessions/
Sun, 10 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Gifts # 1
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-gifts-1/
Sun, 10 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +0000

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SE- Christmas - 2009
Lanier



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lessons/special-events/se-christmas-2009/
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Christmas
Lanier



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lessons/church-history-literacy/christmas/
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Christmas History Part 2
Lanier



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lessons/church-history-literacy/christmas-history-part-2/
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Christmas
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/christmas/
Mon, 28 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And The Lord's Supper
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-the-lords-supper/
Fri, 18 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Baptism
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-baptism/
Tue, 08 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Ethics #1
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/ethics-1/
Fri, 13 Nov 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Ethics #2
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/ethics-2/
Fri, 13 Nov 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Suffering
Riling



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-suffering/
Fri, 13 Nov 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Ethics #3
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/ethics-3/
Fri, 13 Nov 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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SE- Hebrews: An Interview With Edward Fudge
Fudge



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lessons/special-events/se-hebrews-an-interview-with-edward-fudge/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Theology - Overview And Approach
Lanier


PAUL'S THEOLOGY Lesson 1 Overview and Approach "Theology" has always struck me as a powerful and impressive word. Even before I understood the meaning behind the word, I was under its spell as a word of significance and serious thought. As I aged and my studies progressed, the word took on more shape and meaning. Yet all that time, its effect and power never diminished, but grew, as I learned to appreciate its reflection of some of humanity's best thoughts of and understandings about God, his creations, past, present, and future.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/pauls-theology-overview-and-approach/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno PAUL'S THEOLOGY Lesson 1 Overview and Approach "Theology" has always struck me as a powerful and impressive word. Even before I understood the meaning behind the word, I was under its spell as a word of significance and serious thought. As I aged and my webmaster@biblical-literacy.com PAUL'S THEOLOGY Lesson 1 Overview and Approach "Theology" has always struck me as a powerful and impressive word. Even before I understood the meaning behind the word, I was under its spell as a word of significance and serious thought. As I aged and my studies progressed, the word took on more shape and meaning. Yet all that time, its effect and power never diminished, but grew, as I learned to appreciate its reflection of some of humanity's best thoughts of and understandings about God, his creations, past, present, and future. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/pauls-theology-overview-and-approach/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/pauls-theology-overview-and-approach/audio.mp3

God - How Do We Understand God?
Lanier


How does God communicate? God is a God of revelation. God chooses to make Himself known. A primary tool of communication is the Bible, “the word of God” which reveals to us Jesus, the “Word” of God.
God did not create us to be robotic, but to be relational. In speaking through Paul, God did not bypass Paul’s personality and experiences. Of all the New Testament authors, Paul is the one who has stamped his own personality most unmistakably on his writings.
Join us as we discover God’s desire to make himself known to us through the writings of Paul in our first lesson on Paul’s views on God.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/god-how-do-we-understand-god/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno How does God communicate? God is a God of revelation. God chooses to make Himself known. A primary tool of communication is the Bible, “the word of God” which reveals to us Jesus, the “Word” of God. God did not create us to be robotic, but to be relationwebmaster@biblical-literacy.com How does God communicate? God is a God of revelation. God chooses to make Himself known. A primary tool of communication is the Bible, “the word of God” which reveals to us Jesus, the “Word” of God. God did not create us to be robotic, but to be relational. In speaking through Paul, God did not bypass Paul’s personality and experiences. Of all the New Testament authors, Paul is the one who has stamped his own personality most unmistakably on his writings. Join us as we discover God’s desire to make himself known to us through the writings of Paul in our first lesson on Paul’s views on God. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-how-do-we-understand-god/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-how-do-we-understand-god/audio.mp3

God - The Father
Lanier


The Bible often speaks about God in terms of humanized traits and ideas so that we can better understand certain aspects of his character and nature. What does the Bible really mean when it calls God our “Father”? For us to understand Paul’s usage of “Father” more fully we need to put ourselves into Paul’s time and culture as best as we can to understand what Paul’s concept of a Father was.
So we start looking at “Father” in its context. We will then consider Paul’s verses that reference God as Father and try to make theological sense of them. This is our second lesson on Paul’s views of God.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/god-the-father/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno The Bible often speaks about God in terms of humanized traits and ideas so that we can better understand certain aspects of his character and nature. What does the Bible really mean when it calls God our “Father”? For us to understand Paul’s usage of “Fawebmaster@biblical-literacy.com The Bible often speaks about God in terms of humanized traits and ideas so that we can better understand certain aspects of his character and nature. What does the Bible really mean when it calls God our “Father”? For us to understand Paul’s usage of “Father” more fully we need to put ourselves into Paul’s time and culture as best as we can to understand what Paul’s concept of a Father was. So we start looking at “Father” in its context. We will then consider Paul’s verses that reference God as Father and try to make theological sense of them. This is our second lesson on Paul’s views of God. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-the-father/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-the-father/audio.mp3

God - The Judge
Lanier


Have you ever seen a time when justice was denied? Disregarded? Ignored? That is NOT the kind of judge that Paul understands God to be. It is not the kind of justice that God practices. His justice is not for sale; he is not swayed by the powerful; he does not need to be re-elected.
This week, we turn to consider Paul’s theology on God as Judge as we examine Paul on God – Part 3.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/god-the-judge/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Have you ever seen a time when justice was denied? Disregarded? Ignored? That is NOT the kind of judge that Paul understands God to be. It is not the kind of justice that God practices. His justice is not for sale; he is not swayed by the powerful; he dowebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Have you ever seen a time when justice was denied? Disregarded? Ignored? That is NOT the kind of judge that Paul understands God to be. It is not the kind of justice that God practices. His justice is not for sale; he is not swayed by the powerful; he does not need to be re-elected. This week, we turn to consider Paul’s theology on God as Judge as we examine Paul on God – Part 3. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-the-judge/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-the-judge/audio.mp3

God - Transcendent And Immanent
Lanier


Where is God? Have you ever asked that question? You can’t see him. You can’t touch him. But he is there. In fact, he is more than just ‘there’. God exists not only within the universe, but he also exists independently outside of the universe and outside of space and time. Two terms describe this for us: the immanence of God and the transcendence of God.
Today, in our fourth lesson on Paul’s teaching on God we consider Paul’s theology of God as Creator, as a being both transcendent to the universe and yet also immanent. These are words and concepts worth knowing, so let’s get started!
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lessons/paul-his-theology/god-transcendent-and-immanent/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Where is God? Have you ever asked that question? You can’t see him. You can’t touch him. But he is there. In fact, he is more than just ‘there’. God exists not only within the universe, but he also exists independently outside of the universe and outsidewebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Where is God? Have you ever asked that question? You can’t see him. You can’t touch him. But he is there. In fact, he is more than just ‘there’. God exists not only within the universe, but he also exists independently outside of the universe and outside of space and time. Two terms describe this for us: the immanence of God and the transcendence of God. Today, in our fourth lesson on Paul’s teaching on God we consider Paul’s theology of God as Creator, as a being both transcendent to the universe and yet also immanent. These are words and concepts worth knowing, so let’s get started! https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-transcendent-and-immanent/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/god-transcendent-and-immanent/audio.mp3

The Pre-existent Christ
Lanier


What does Paul teach, directly or indirectly, about the “preexistent” Christ? What does it mean that Jesus was “in the form of God?” Is He truly in “the image of the invisible God” and how could He exist for all time and still be “the firstborn of all creation?”Join us as we discover the truth of the preexistent Christ! This is our first part of the lesson series on Paul’s theology of Christ.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/the-pre-existent-christ/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoWhat does Paul teach, directly or indirectly, about the “preexistent” Christ? What does it mean that Jesus was “in the form of God?” Is He truly in “the image of the invisible God” and how could He exist for all time and still be “the firstborn of all crewebmaster@biblical-literacy.comWhat does Paul teach, directly or indirectly, about the “preexistent” Christ? What does it mean that Jesus was “in the form of God?” Is He truly in “the image of the invisible God” and how could He exist for all time and still be “the firstborn of all creation?”Join us as we discover the truth of the preexistent Christ! This is our first part of the lesson series on Paul’s theology of Christ.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/the-pre-existent-christ/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/the-pre-existent-christ/audio.mp3

Jesus - Fully God
Riling


Jesus. Was he man? Was he God? Was he both? How would you answer? How would you answer in light of Paul's quote from the Old Testament 'Yet for us there is one God, the Father, from whom are all things and for whom we exist, and one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom are all things and through whom we exist.' ?Explore the rich depths of this subject as we explore what Paul and the Bible says about who Jesus really is! Part two of our lesson set on Paul’s theology of Christ.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-fully-god/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoJesus. Was he man? Was he God? Was he both? How would you answer? How would you answer in light of Paul's quote from the Old Testament 'Yet for us there is one God, the Father, from whom are all things and for whom we exist, and one Lord, Jesus Christ, thwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comJesus. Was he man? Was he God? Was he both? How would you answer? How would you answer in light of Paul's quote from the Old Testament 'Yet for us there is one God, the Father, from whom are all things and for whom we exist, and one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom are all things and through whom we exist.' ?Explore the rich depths of this subject as we explore what Paul and the Bible says about who Jesus really is! Part two of our lesson set on Paul’s theology of Christ.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-fully-god/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-fully-god/audio.mp3

Jesus - Paul's Participatory Language
Richard


Christ in us; us in Christ. Jesus introduced this concept to the disciples during their final evening together before his arrest. Paul was clear on this truth that while we live on earth as Christians, we are not alone. In a real sense, Christ lives within us and we live within him. This is true on a personal as well as a corporate (church) level. Scholars sometimes call this our participation in Christ, and his participation in us!Join us as we look to the Bible to study what the scholars call Paul’s “participatory language!" Part three on Paul’s theology of Christ.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-pauls-participatory-language/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoChrist in us; us in Christ. Jesus introduced this concept to the disciples during their final evening together before his arrest. Paul was clear on this truth that while we live on earth as Christians, we are not alone. In a real sense, Christ lives withiwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comChrist in us; us in Christ. Jesus introduced this concept to the disciples during their final evening together before his arrest. Paul was clear on this truth that while we live on earth as Christians, we are not alone. In a real sense, Christ lives within us and we live within him. This is true on a personal as well as a corporate (church) level. Scholars sometimes call this our participation in Christ, and his participation in us!Join us as we look to the Bible to study what the scholars call Paul’s “participatory language!" Part three on Paul’s theology of Christ.https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-pauls-participatory-language/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-pauls-participatory-language/audio.mp3

The Faith Of Christ
Lanier


Prepositions. Do they really matter? How might their use change the meaning of a sentence or phrase?
Seven times in six verses Paul writes about the “faith of Christ.” Does Paul mean our faith in Christ or does he mean the faith that Christ has? Scholars around the globe are debating this issue. We join that debate today in our fourth installment of Paul’s theology on Christ.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/the-faith-of-christ/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Prepositions. Do they really matter? How might their use change the meaning of a sentence or phrase? Seven times in six verses Paul writes about the “faith of Christ.” Does Paul mean our faith in Christ or does he mean the faith that Christ has? Scholarswebmaster@biblical-literacy.com Prepositions. Do they really matter? How might their use change the meaning of a sentence or phrase? Seven times in six verses Paul writes about the “faith of Christ.” Does Paul mean our faith in Christ or does he mean the faith that Christ has? Scholars around the globe are debating this issue. We join that debate today in our fourth installment of Paul’s theology on Christ. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/the-faith-of-christ/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/the-faith-of-christ/audio.mp3

Jesus The Christ
Lanier


Time breeds familiarity, and with familiarity we begin to take for granted those things that were once fresh and new. You're probably doing that right now as you read this on a computer whose technology didn't even exist a generation ago!
For many of us, that has occurred with the label “Christ.” “Christ” is used so often in the Bible, the uninitiated might think it the last name of Jesus!
As we study Paul, we properly stop and ask what it is about the term that was so important to Paul. Why does Paul repeatedly call Jesus the Christ? Why does the label “Christ” flow so effortlessly from Paul’s lips as he dictated his letters? Join us as we consider this in our fifth lesson on Paul’s theology of Christ.
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lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-the-christ/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comno Time breeds familiarity, and with familiarity we begin to take for granted those things that were once fresh and new. You're probably doing that right now as you read this on a computer whose technology didn't even exist a generation ago! For many of us,webmaster@biblical-literacy.com Time breeds familiarity, and with familiarity we begin to take for granted those things that were once fresh and new. You're probably doing that right now as you read this on a computer whose technology didn't even exist a generation ago! For many of us, that has occurred with the label “Christ.” “Christ” is used so often in the Bible, the uninitiated might think it the last name of Jesus! As we study Paul, we properly stop and ask what it is about the term that was so important to Paul. Why does Paul repeatedly call Jesus the Christ? Why does the label “Christ” flow so effortlessly from Paul’s lips as he dictated his letters? Join us as we consider this in our fifth lesson on Paul’s theology of Christ. https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-the-christ/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/jesus-the-christ/audio.mp3

Salvation - Metaphors: Redeemed
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/salvation-metaphors-redeemed/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Salvation - Metaphors: Propitiation
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/salvation-metaphors-propitiation/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Salvation - Predestination
Lanier


Did you choose God or did He choose you?
Though the debate has existed for centuries, today we take a fresh approach to discover what God, through Paul, has to say about it! Together we will discover why Paul wrote what he did, what it means and what it doesn’t mean. Perhaps you’ll find Paul has already answered some of our 21st century questions ! This and much more as we seek to examine Paul’s words on predestination, in part four of a four part series on Paul’s theology of salvation!
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lessons/paul-his-theology/salvation-predestination/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoDid you choose God or did He choose you? Though the debate has existed for centuries, today we take a fresh approach to discover what God, through Paul, has to say about it! Together we will discover why Paul wrote what he did, what it means and what it dwebmaster@biblical-literacy.comDid you choose God or did He choose you? Though the debate has existed for centuries, today we take a fresh approach to discover what God, through Paul, has to say about it! Together we will discover why Paul wrote what he did, what it means and what it doesn’t mean. Perhaps you’ll find Paul has already answered some of our 21st century questions ! This and much more as we seek to examine Paul’s words on predestination, in part four of a four part series on Paul’s theology of salvation!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/salvation-predestination/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/salvation-predestination/audio.mp3

Sanctification
Lanier


Trapped? Feel like you can't get away from sin? Or worse yet, can’t overcome it? You're not alone! Paul had those same feelings, and today we explore that very topic - sanctification! What does it mean, and how are we really set free to live a holy life that is honoring to God? Those questions and more, as we study Paul and sanctification!
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lessons/paul-his-theology/sanctification/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

webmaster@biblical-literacy.comnoTrapped? Feel like you can't get away from sin? Or worse yet, can’t overcome it? You're not alone! Paul had those same feelings, and today we explore that very topic - sanctification! What does it mean, and how are we really set free to live a holy life twebmaster@biblical-literacy.comTrapped? Feel like you can't get away from sin? Or worse yet, can’t overcome it? You're not alone! Paul had those same feelings, and today we explore that very topic - sanctification! What does it mean, and how are we really set free to live a holy life that is honoring to God? Those questions and more, as we study Paul and sanctification!https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/sanctification/https://biblical-literacy.org/lessons/paul-his-theology/sanctification/audio.mp3

Guidance And Discerning God's Will
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/guidance-and-discerning-gods-will/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Prayer
Riling



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-prayer/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Spiritual Warfare
Riling



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lessons/paul-his-theology/paul-and-spiritual-warfare/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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Prayer
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-theology/prayer/
Fri, 30 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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C.s. Lewis
Lanier



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lessons/church-history-literacy/c-s-lewis/
Fri, 13 Mar 2009 00:00:00 +0000

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2 Timothy - Paul's Last Letter And Last Days
Lanier



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lessons/new-testament-biblical-literacy/2-timothy-pauls-last-letter-and-last-days/
Thu, 09 Oct 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Last Letter And Last Days
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-last-letter-and-last-days/
Thu, 09 Oct 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Letter To Titus
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-letter-to-titus/
Wed, 01 Oct 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Letter To Philemon
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-letter-to-philemon/
Tue, 09 Sep 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Life After Acts And 1st Timothy
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-life-after-acts-and-1st-timothy/
Tue, 09 Sep 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Letter To The Ephesians
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-letter-to-the-ephesians/
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Letter To The Colossians
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-letter-to-the-colossians/
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Letter To The Church At Philippi
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-letter-to-the-church-at-philippi/
Tue, 12 Aug 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul Gets To Rome
Lanier



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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/paul-gets-to-rome/
Tue, 05 Aug 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Appeal
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-appeal/
Sun, 27 Jul 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Voyage To Rome
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-voyage-to-rome/
Sun, 27 Jul 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul Before Governor Felix
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/paul-before-governor-felix/
Tue, 15 Jul 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Arrest
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/pauls-arrest/
Fri, 11 Jul 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And 2 Corinthians
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/paul-and-2-corinthians/
Mon, 23 Jun 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And Romans
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/paul-and-romans/
Mon, 23 Jun 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul And 1 Corinthians
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lessons/paul-his-life-and-teachings/paul-and-1-corinthians/
Tue, 10 Jun 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Acts #9 - Paul's Third Missionary Journey - Ch 18:23-19:41
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lessons/new-testament-biblical-literacy/acts-9-pauls-third-missionary-journey-ch-1823-1941/
Mon, 26 May 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Third Missionary Journey #2
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Mon, 26 May 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Second Missionary Journey #3
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Sun, 27 Apr 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Second Missionary Journey #2
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Sun, 20 Apr 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Second Missionary Journey
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Wed, 16 Apr 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Letter To The Galatians
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Sun, 06 Apr 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's First Missionary Journey #3
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Mon, 31 Mar 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's First Missionary Journey #1
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Mon, 17 Mar 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's First Missionary Journey #2
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Mon, 17 Mar 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul The Apostle
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Sun, 02 Mar 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Friends And Co-workers
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Mon, 25 Feb 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Conversion
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Sun, 10 Feb 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul - The Persecutor
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Fri, 08 Feb 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Writings
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Sat, 02 Feb 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Background And Childhood
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Sat, 02 Feb 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Paul's Hebrew Training
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Sat, 02 Feb 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Why Should We Study Paul
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Fri, 11 Jan 2008 00:00:00 +0000

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Francis Schaeffer
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lessons/church-history-literacy/francis-schaeffer/
Sat, 15 Dec 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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Chinese Missions - The Christian Faith Goes East
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Sun, 25 Nov 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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The Holiness-pentecostal Movement #2
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Sun, 18 Nov 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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The Holiness-pentecostal Movement #1
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Sun, 11 Nov 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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The Restoration Movement #2
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lessons/church-history-literacy/the-restoration-movement-2/
Mon, 05 Nov 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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Charles Haddon Spurgeon #2 - The Preacher And His Sermons
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Sun, 21 Oct 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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Baptist Expansion In America
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Sun, 07 Oct 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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Baptist History #2 - Pilgrim's Progress
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Sun, 23 Sep 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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Baptist History #1
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Fri, 21 Sep 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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The Age Of Reason #2 - Modern Mind And A Modern Church
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Sun, 09 Sep 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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History Of Christian Music #5 With Phil Keaggy
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Sun, 02 Sep 2007 00:00:00 +0000

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History Of Christian Music #4
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