05 June 2014
by Michael S. Heiser
A (typically) brilliant blog article by Dr. Michael S. Heiser on why most churches don't teach much Bible content. For more from Dr. Heiser, be sure to visit his website at drmsh.com, although if you are the type who likes the lack of Bible content in church, his blogs may be a bit meaty for you!
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29 August 2013
Is there a "best practice" for reading the Bible?
I often tell people, especially those in the Bible study classes that I teach, that they should read a book of the Bible in one sitting (if short) or straight through, as they would a novel, and ignore the chapters and verses. Why is this important?
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27 August 2013
In Matthew 5:18 (KJV) we read of Jesus telling his disciples, "For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled." Modern translations don't use the terms "jot" and "tittle", favouring terms such as "smallest letter" and "least stroke of a pen" (NIV). So, what do these terms really mean, and what was the point that Jesus was making?
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15 August 2013
A movie about end-time prophecy
The Daniel Project is a serious investigative documentary which puts bible prophecy under a journalistic microscope and presents the subject in an entertaining yet challenging manner. This blog contains a listing of the prophecies mentioned in the movie, along with relevant scripture references quoted.
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10 August 2013
Deuteronomy 32:1-43 is the transcript of the song that God gave to Moses shortly before Moses' death and the crossing of Israel into the Promised Land. The words of the song are, for the most part, somewhat depressing and frightening, telling of vengeance, blood, swords cutting flesh, teeth of beasts, and the like - not the sort of stuff you see in your average worship song! So what lesson does this passage of Scripture give us?
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