Category: Podcasts

  • Hitting Rock Bottom

    We will consider three people in Scripture who hit “rock bottom”. In each case, their response led to a blessing that was life-changing. 00:25:05

  • How Paul Challenges Tradition

    In modern times, Paul’s words in Galatians 2 have been taken literally. Dr. Anne Davis gives evidence that he is speaking with sarcasm, which was acceptable during heated debates in ancient times. How does this change the message written in Galatians 2 and how does that challenge our own traditions? 00:20:06

  • Inheritance of the Birthright

    Dr. Anne Davis goes into detail on the importance of inheritance and the birthright in the Old Testament and that will show the deeper meaning in Paul’s message in Galatians 3:29. 00:22:43

  • Accounts of Creation

    There are two different accounts in Genesis that record God’s creation of mankind (Gen 1:27; 2:7). The western approach suggests there were originally two different manuscripts. However, this session promotes a Hebraic understanding that perceives God as the author who included both accounts for a reason. 00:25:10

  • Apostle Peter

    Narratives in the Bible are more than mere stories. They are composed with artistic language that is filled with figurative language. As one example, we will look at the account of the Apostle Peter. 00:25:07

  • Artistry of Psalm 1

    Hebrew poetry appears in approximately 40% of the Hebrew Scriptures. Psalms and Proverbs are written exclusively in poetic form. Learn how to penetrate the deeper meaning of Hebrew poetry through a study of Psalm 1. 00:25:03

  • Biblical Irony of Freedom

    The Exodus event teaches us how to be free from bondage to the world in our daily lives. The irony is that freedom without the law leads to suffering bondage under the control of Satan. 00:25:02

  • Called to be Holy

    In Leviticus 11:44 we learn that God commands the children of Israel to be holy as He is holy. In the New Testament, Peter repeats this commandment to believers in Christ. The reason for this commandment is so that God’s children, both Jew and Gentile, can draw near to Him. 00:25:01

  • Christ in You

    What does it mean in Col 1:27 that Christ is “in” those with faith in him? After answering this question, we explore what it means that “you are in Christ”. 00:25:00

  • Christ the Singular Seed

    There is no way to understand Paul’s words that seem to replace the seed of Abraham with a singular seed that is Christ without an understanding of Hebrew, which will be the discussion in this podcast. 00:20:30

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