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Baptist on the Bible

Baptist on the Bible

Author: Andrew Marquez

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Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez offers devotions, sermons, and explores theological topics from a Baptist perspective. Andrew Carter Marquez is Dean of Arizona Campuses for Wayland Baptist University. He holds a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Gateway Seminary.
83 Episodes
Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez discusses the theological aspects of Matthew and Luke's genealogies for Jesus.
Soaring Over Scripture: Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez explores the chronology of the New Testament (Life of Christ).
Soar Over Scripture: The Book of Nahum. We continue in our study on the prophets. Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez overviews the book of Nahum as we explore the 7th century Minor Prophets. Nahum celebrates the arrival of God's judgment against the nation of Assyria. In some sense the book of Nahum vindicates the prophecy of Jonah, since Nineveh is ultimately destroyed.
Soar Over Scripture: The Book of Habakkuk. We continue in our study on the prophets. Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez surveys the book of Habakkuk as we explore the 7th century Minor Prophets. Habakkuk presents a Theodicy (defense of God's justice), asking why the good suffer and the wicked prosper. God provides a vision of ultimate judgment and calls the prophet to trust in the revealed Word of God.
SOS - Soaring Over Scripture. Continuing the series on the prophets, Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez surveys the prophetic book of Zephaniah. Zephaniah saw the coming Day of the Lord bringing judgement on the nations and Israel. Yet, through this judgement, the prophet predicts an ultimate salvation for God's people.
Soar Over Scripture: The Book of Micah. We continue in our study on the prophets. Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez looks at the book of Micah.
Soar Over Scripture: The Book of Hosea. We continue in our study on the prophets. Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez looks at the book of Hosea.
SOS Episode 1: Amos

SOS Episode 1: Amos


Soar Over Scripture (SOS): The Prophet Amos. We begin a study on the minor prophet. Pastor/Professor Andrew Marquez looks at the book of Amos.
Why are Christians persecuted? Is there value in suffering for Christ? Peter shows us that believers are vindicated in suffering and prove the validity of their faith.
What is the proper attitude/posture of Christian husbands and wives?  How should Christians treat each other? Peter encourages an attitude of deference.
How should we bear witness to Christ? Peter provides an answer to this question, though it may not be the answer we want to hear. Preaching through 1 Peter 2:11-25, Pastor Andrew shows the subtle Christian witness comes through a commitment to submission. Christians must submit first to God and then to the government and those in direct authority over us (employer, officer, etc.). Intentional submission may lead to suffering. For the Christian this possibility only strengthens our connection to Christ. Jesus, by suffering and submitting to the Father, remains our Wise Witness.
What is your ultimate identity as a Christian? Does it matter? Pastor Andrew teaches through 1 Peter 2:1-10, showing the apostle's concern for a corporate Christian identity. Believers are being raised in a new family and are taking on characteristics of our family head (Christ). We are built together as a spiritual temple, where we serve as a royal priesthood. Having received mercy, we serve as agents of God's mercy to others.
How do we handled the Bible's challenges to be holy? Jesus calls us to be perfect as our heavenly Father is perfect (Matt. 5:48). In this message, Pastor Andrew examines the Christian's power for perfection. Commitment to the Word of God as preached by prophets and apostles, prepares believers for holiness. The Word prevents futile living and preserves Christians for eternity.
What sustains you in hard times? The Bible says salvation is our joy in trials. Learn more from this message as Pastor Andrew begins a  series through the book of 1 Peter.
Learn what the Bible says about the Manner of the Mature as Pastor Andrew preaches through the second chapter of 1 Corinthians.
In this sermon, Pastor Andrew preaches through Titus 2:11-15. In the Work of Grace, we learn that God's grace works today pouring out from the Father, through the Holy Spirit, and by the ministry of the Son. God's grace has worked in the past and will continue to work through you if will let it.
One of the secrets of the Christian life is that you don't have to live it alone. Pastor Andrew discusses this secret found in Galatians 6. Here, Paul calls believers to support one another and for each one to carry his or her own load. Ultimately and always, the Christian can rely on the Holy Spirit for supernatural support.
Pastor Andrew explores the Land Motif in the Book of Joshua. Israel's conquest of the promised land reveals God's faithfulness. God is faithful to His promises and with His presence. He is faithful to punish as well as pardon. We look forward to experiencing God's faithfulness today.
Christians' passion for presence is powerfully opposed because of its glorious preview. In this message, Pastor Andrew preaches through 1 Thessalonians 2:17-20. Our hope, joy and crown is each other in the presence of Christ Jesus. Realizing this, we should cherish opportunities to unite as a church.
Christians have two secret weapons to help them on the heavenly journey. Teaching through Hebrews 12:1-2, Pastor Andrew proclaims the reality of our faith heritage, our departed saints, who cheer us on the spiritual race. Though the path is difficult, our Savior, Jesus Christ, has blazed the trail and now shows us the way home.
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