Studies of the Word

Taking a close look at important topics, books and people in the Bible. Useful for personal study or class situations.
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A Conversation on the Book of Revelation

Dr. Craig Keener discusses his understanding of Revelation and why he has found himself moving away from dispensational premillennialism.

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A Study in Hebrews

The Epistle to the Hebrews is well worth serious study as God’s word. It is rich in Christian theology. In it, we find support for the doctrine of the Trinity, the two natures of Christ, and the role of the Holy Spirit in the inspiration of the Scriptures.

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A Study of 1st Peter

In this letter, Peter spoke much about persecution, which anticipated the persecution he and other Christians would endure, not only in his day, but throughout the history of the church.

Conversation through the Book of Acts

Craig R. Dumont, Mark Barber, and an occasional guest discuss the Book of Acts each week, live and uncut.

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Ezekiel in Context

Brian Peterson, Professor of Old Testament at Lee University, teaches through the book of Ezekiel.

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Genesis as Torah

As the introductory book to the Torah, Genesis must first and foremost be read as legal instruction for Israel.

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Genesis Genealogies

Jeremy Sexton highlights the historical reality of the Genesis genealogies and the Biblical years the timeline makes uniquely clear.

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Historical Adam

Each excerpt of this conversation highlights an important thought or point concerning the historic reality of Adam and Eve.

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John’s Use of Ezekiel

Scholars have long puzzled over the distinctive themes and sequence of John’s narrative in contrast to the accounts in the Synoptic Gospels.

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Joseph and Judah

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New Testament Survey

This course is designed to provide an overview of the twenty-seven books of the New Testament.

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The Apostle Paul and His Influence on the Church and World

Providing powerful content and insight on the Apostle Paul’s majestic work, Dr. Simmons teaching is easily understood and comprehended by all adults with an interest in God’s grace and the awesome scope of Redemption.

The Beatitudes

The Beatitudes are not action but character, spiritual qualities, “the beautiful attitudes.” They are the principles by which the believer must live to be happy.

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The Life of Abraham

In many ways, Abraham can be called the first Christian. Even though he lived two thousand years before Christ.


The Man of Sin – 2nd Thessalonians 2

Who is this man and when does he live? Is this someone yet to be born, or was he alive in Paul’s day? Or somewhere in-between?

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Thoughts on Matthew

This course takes a look at Matthew’s Gospel, and while agreeing on most, this series even features some disagreement the two have on areas such as eschatology and contemporary applications.


Understanding the Book of Revelation

In three sessions Ken Gentry presents an interpretation based upon an early writing date for the book and why he believes it was written before the fall of Jerusalem.