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Bible General

What is the New Testament (part 2)

by Bryant Evans on February 24, 2017

  Previously we said that the New Testament is both truth and our guide to life and worship. But these two ideas are supported by a third; the New Testament is inspired. The New Testament is Inspired We say this so often that we may be numb to his deeper meaning. If the New Testament […]


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What is the New Testament (part 1)

by Bryant Evans on February 24, 2017

The quick answer is that the New Testament is the second division in the Bible. It is composed of 27 individual books or letters written during the first century AD. It is the portion of the Bible by which Christians seek to live and worship. But the New Testament deserves a better, deeper explanation. The […]


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Books of Samuel (1 Samuel & 2 Samuel) – Know the Book

by Bryant Evans on January 12, 2017

The books of 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel follow Ruth in the Old Testament canon. Understanding Ruth as a break in the flow of the Israelite chronology, we see the Books of Samuel continuing the sad story of Israel’s movement away from God. However, 1 Samuel opens with a hopeful story of change. Unfortunately, that change […]


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Bible Study Tools – Part 1

by Bryant Evans on January 9, 2017

There is no area of study more important than Bible study. The words of Scripture are words of life (John 6:68). As with any study, certain tools are helpful. We offer a quick checklist of Bible study tools for your consideration. Multiple Bible Translations – It seems that a new translation of the Bible arrives […]


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God’s Covenant’s – The Christian Age

by Bryant Evans on July 11, 2016

Previously, three periods of time were addressed during which God dealt differently with people. Those periods are the Patriarchal, Mosaic, and Christian. In this article, we examine the Mosaic age in greater detail. All people are subject to Jesus Christ. He is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords (1 Timothy 6:15; Revelation 19:16). […]


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