In this first of a two-part round-table conversation, four professors of the Word of Life Bible Institute discuss the uniqueness of Christianity, answering the question, what makes Christianity unique from all other world religions?
In this second of a two-part series, we continue to discus the book of Romans with Dr. Marshall Wicks. This time in the podcast we talk about Paul’s struggles with the flesh in Romans 7, what it means to be a living sacrifice in Romans 12, and answer the question: is God done with Israel?
Dr. Wicks, Professor of Bible and Theology at the Word of Life Bible Institute Florida campus helps us better understand key passages found in the book Romans. He explains the mystery surrounding the founding of the church in Rome, discusses what condemns Jews and Gentiles alike, explains what justification entails, and answers the question: is God done with Israel?
Chris Katulka, Radio Host for The Friends of Israel Today, and an Old Testament specialist, discusses the significance of the book of Leviticus. Chris explains how this often neglected, Old Testament book is significant to our understanding of the New Covenant and our Great High Priest, Jesus Christ.
Dr. Davis, Distinguished Professor of the Word of Life Bible Institute joins us in the studio to discuss the topic of Apologetics. What is apologetics? What are the best arguments for Christianity? How does apologetics help evangelize unbelievers and strengthen the faith of believers? In this week’s podcast, Dr. Davis will answer these questions and many more.
In this second of a two-part series, we continue a discussion with Bruce Scott on the Gospel of Matthew. We will discuss several intriguing passages, including Matthew 24 that speaks of the Anti-Christ and the “abomination that causes desolation.” You will not want to miss it!
Bruce Scott, Director of Program Ministries with The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, joins us to dive into the Gospel of Matthew. In this first part, of a two-part series, we discuss the significance of 4 gospels rather than 1, why the Gospel starts with a genealogy, and how a literal interpretation to the Gospel of Matthew is so crucial.
In this second of a two-part series, we continue a conversation with Dr. Doug Bookman, an expert on the Passion Week of Christ. In this episode, we discuss the sinister agenda of Annas and Caiaphas, the reluctance of Pontius Pilate, as well as the post-resurrection appearances of Christ.
Dr. Doug Bookman, Professor of New Testament Studies at Shepherd’s Theological Seminary, joins us to discuss the last week of Jesus Christ’s life. In this first part, of a two-part series, Dr. Bookman provides an overview of the events of the passion week of Christ and describes political enemies who became allies in order to attempt to discredit and ultimately …
Dr. Daniel Anderson, President of Appalachian Bible College, joins us in the studio to discuss the Book of Ezra. Stay tuned to learn about Ezra the Scribe, the Persian King Cyrus, the historical situation in which the book of Ezra takes place, key themes of the book of Ezra and the practical implications of Ezra for our Christian living.
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