Kingdom Expositions

The Kingdom of God: Michael Cisler starts with Matthew 4:17 and explains that the Kingdom of Heaven and Kingdom of God are equivlent terms. It is extremely important to note that Jesus preached repentence and the Kingdom of God. It was his favorite subject.

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 The Kingdom of God--Its Past State: The subject of the Kingdom of God is of major importance.  It is the theme of the Bible from beginning to end.  It's prophetic and practical.  And as we examine the kingdom in its past state, we better understand our future.

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The Kingdom of God--Its Present State: The subject of the Kingdom of God is of major importance. It is the theme of the Bible from beginning to end. It's prophetic and practical. Today we look at the kingdom in its present state to better understand our future.

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 The Kingdom of God--Its Future State: The subject of the Kingdom of God is of major importance. It is the theme of the Bible from beginning to end. It's prophetic and practical. Today we look at the very real kingdom with a very real government that is coming. And though it can't be brought about by man, it's up to us to guide others towards the entrance into it.

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Christological Insights

 

Christology of the Letter to the Hebrews: The Letter to the Hebrews arguably contains the most Christological information of any New Testament letter. However, a controversy exists among scholars and informed laypersons. Did the writer of this letter intend his audience to understand that Jesus was God incarnate? Or, that he was simply a normal man whom God adopted as His Son because of his exceptional righteousness? Or is neither extreme true to his message? This study aims to investigate and make clear the true Christological teachings of this extraordinary early Christian correspondence.

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 The Nature of Jesus from the Synoptics: A survey of how Matthew, Mark, and Luke speak about Christ.  Did these three gospels proclaim Jesus as God or as God's Messiah?

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Refuting the Trinity

John 1:1 and the Trinity: The first verse of the Gospel of John is almost always used as a starting point to prove the Trinity. However, is there another way to understand John 1.1? Was John, a first century Jew, articulating the completely non-Jewish idea that God became a human being or have we read that into John 1.1? Join Anthony Buzzard as he explains the meaning of John 1.1-14 in its original Hebrew thought context.

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I Am Almighty God: Listen as Steve Katsaras explains how Christians the world over are at odds in defining the Deity of the Bible. The popular concensus in Christianity is that all three persons in the godhead are Almighty -- the Dotrine of the Trinity. And then you have the unpopular side -- those who deny that God is a Trinity, those who believe that God is one person, the Father, and that He alone is Almighty--Monotheism. Let's examine the Bible and see exactly who Almighty God is.

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 Five Problems with the Trinity: Sean Finnegan discusses what he sees as five problems with the trinity and whether we should share them with others.

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