What you really believe impacts how you really behave! Ideas have consequences, and bad ideas have victims! In today’s podcast, we will address the inerrancy of Scripture and shine a light on the horrifying ramifications when seminaries and denominations deny this essential doctrine.
In this week’s podcast, we will discuss how the culture in which we live has denied biblical standards of morality and the challenges Christians face as a result. And to discuss this critical subject, we have invited three contributors who are very well-informed millennials and hold vital roles in the ministry of the Word of Life Global Bible Institute.
Four of our Global Bible Institute’s young leaders, who all are millennials, discuss the loss of moral absolutes in our culture and its implications upon personal and small group Bible studies.
In this podcast, Dr. Merkh continues to provide insights into handling criticism from the book of Proverbs.
Do you struggle with criticism? Do you struggle with what others think about you? Of course, you do. We all do. In today’s program, Dr. Merkh addresses this problem and provides biblical answers from the book of Proverbs.
In today’s podcast, we continue our series on the book of Proverbs. Dr. Merkh will contrast wisdom and folly as described in the book of Proverbs.
In today’s podcast, we begin a 4-part series on the book of Proverbs. Dr. Merkh will contrast wisdom and folly as described in the book of Proverbs.
The Bible is the most important book ever published and has had a profound impact on all of human history. We will discuss that global impact on today’s program.
Dr. Bailey, President of Dallas Theological Seminary, defines and describes the doctrines of the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture, and explains why this doctrine is so crucial to understand and apply.
Robert Morgan, best-selling author and pastor of Donelson Fellowship expounds upon what is arguably the most famous sermon of all time, the Sermon on the Mount.
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