Dr. E answers your questions about responding to non-believing friends’ questions, how to read the Bible, dispensationalism, women and the Bible, the doctrine of election, and God in the ancient world.
We’re glad to be back in The Big Book––Cover to Cover.
Michael teaches an overview of the book of Matthew and offers context for discussing the four gospel accounts this month.
“The gospel in regards to Christianity is, in fact, the best news.”
As we wrap up the Old Testament it’s important that we revisit why we began The Big Book–Cover to Cover series in the first place: Why is it important to understand the big picture of Scripture as a whole?
Michael teaches an overview of the book of Obadiah. We don’t know a lot about the prophet Obadiah or the exact timeframe in which this was written, but we know a lot about his message. It’s very clear.
Michael teaches an overview of the book of Amos, perhaps the oldest book of the Minor Prophets.
Amos prophesied during a period of national optimism in Israel… But below the surface, greed and injustice were festering.
The prophet Amos strives to remind God’s people who He is, what He has promised, and to contend that He will indeed do as He said.
He is unchanging and His Word is sure.