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 Newsletter - September 1, 2013

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  1. The End of The Age (Matthew 13:47-52) 

    This age ends in an unexpected and permanent separation between the just and the unjust. [40 minutes]

    Greg Summers

  2. The Seventy Weeks of Daniel (Daniel 9:24-27) 

    Gabriel delivers a detailed prophecy to Daniel concerning the Jews and their city, Jerusalem. [2 hours 30 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  3. Matthew 1 

    In reading the Gospel of Matthew it is essential that we try to put ourselves back into the context: a context where, as far as the characters were concerned, there was no New Testament in existence. If we think of Matthew as relating to Old Testament promises, we will not be as liable to read our assumptions into what is going on. [29 minutes]

    Paul Henebury

  4. Taught by God (Matthew 13:53-58) 

    God often uses unexpected people to carry His message. [38 minutes]

    Greg Summers

  5. Attempted Murder, Part 2 (John 10:32-42) 

    Unbelieving Jews attempt to stone Jesus for making Himself God. [61 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  6. Blessed are the Poor in Spirit (Matthew 5:1-3) 

    Recognizing one's spiritual destitution opens the door to receiving the blessings of God. [32 minutes]

    Greg Summers

  7. His Way or Our Way? (John 11:1-16) 

    Jesus delays in responding to a sick man so that an even greater work of God might be made manifest. [66 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  8. The Coming Kingdom, Part 18 

    Some believe Christ inaugurated the kingdom in spiritual form during His First Advent. One way of showing the implausibility of such a proposition is by exploring the true meaning of the so-called "Lord's Prayer" found in Matthew 6:9-13.

    Andy Woods

  9. Evolution vs. God 

    A new film features Ray Comfort of Living Waters Ministries interviewing academics and students concerning their beliefs about evolution. Ray is in his element exercising his considerable gift of helping people to see the logical fallacies concerning what they hold to be true. Ray focuses specifically on whether evolution is "scientific" (whether macro-evolution can be verified according to the scientific method) or whether it is in fact a faith-based belief. Along the way, some of the interviewees (both professors and students) make surprising—even alarming—responses to questions which are designed to show where their evolution-based world-view naturally leads concerning the relationship between man and animals. If you appreciated Ray's previous film interviewing people about abortion and the holocaust ( 180 ) then this is a must-see.

    Tony Garland

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