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 Newsletter - December 9, 2013

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  1. Thankful for What? (John 12:44-50) 

    Jesus did not come to judge, but to save the world. Those who reject Him are judged by God's Word while those who trust in Him gain eternal life. [1 hour 14 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  2. Matthew 9 

    This study includes a discussion of one of the main supposed contradictions in Scripture. Dr. Henebury also highlights the theme of belief in Jesus as Messiah. [24 minutes]

    Paul Henebury

  3. Introduction to the Upper Room Discourse (John 13:1) 

    The intimate time during which Jesus taught His disciples on the night of His betrayal lays the foundation for understanding much that follows in the New Testament. [1 hour 6 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  4. Jesus Fulfills the Law (Matthew 5:17-20) 

    Jesus kept the law perfectly thereby providing the only means by which fallen men and women can achieve righteousness in the eyes of our Holy God. [37 minutes]

    Greg Summers

  5. Our Two Washings (John 13:1-11) 

    Believers are "bathed" upon placing their faith in Christ. Thereafter, they continue "washing" as a means of remaining in fellowship with the Father. [1 hour 17 minutes]

    Andy Woods

  6. The Simplicity and Priorities of the Early Church (Acts 2:42-47) 

    The simplicity and priorities of Christian fellowship following the Day of Pentecost serve as a pattern which all churches should follow. [54 minutes]

    Tony Garland

  7. Christians are the Light of the World (Matthew 5:14-16) 

    Believers uphold truth and reveal darkness in a world which has rejected God. [37 minutes]

    Greg Summers

  8. Q221 : Criticisms of the Futurist Interpretation of Revelation 

    Should the Book of Revelation be read from a combination of interpretive viewpoints?

    Tony Garland

  9. The Coming Kingdom, Part 21 

    This article continues an examination of passages that "kingdom now" theologians routinely employ in order to argue that the kingdom is a present spiritual reality.

    Andy Woods

  10. Q222 : Critiquing R. C. Sproul's Preterist Interpretation of Prophetic Passages 

    Comments regarding the preterist interpretation of prophecy and its popularization by influential teachers such as R. C. Sproul and Hank Hanegraaff (the “Bible Answer Man”).

    Tony Garland

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