I Corinthians 10:4
"The Rock that Followed Them??"
Paul Speaks in “Types”
Dr. Dustin Smith and J. Dan Gill
Dustin Smith and J. Dan Gill discuss Paul’s words in 1 Corinthians 10:4. There they find that Paul is speaking in “types” and “examples.” Christ was not literally a rock which was following the children of Israel around in the wilderness. The rock in the wilderness was rather a fore-shadowing of the real Messiah who came into existence in Mary and whom the Corinthians served as lord.
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Christology Pt-4: Jesus in the Book of Mark
Joe Martin and J. Dan Gill
Did Jesus Have to be God?
J. Dan Gill
J. Dan Gill again takes up popular arguments that are made in order say that Jesus must have been God. In this session, J. Dan answers questions such as: Did God being “in Christ” mean that Christ was God? Did his speaking as no other man spoke mean he was God? Did the fact Jesus was born of a virgin show he was God? Did his being sent from God make him God? Did his being the mediator between God and men mean that he had to be a God-man? Also see Parts 1 and 2 of this series which takes up 10 other such arguments together with answers.
Understanding Colossians – Chapter 2
It’s All in Jesus
Anthony Buzzard and J. Dan Gill
Anthony Buzzard and J. Dan Gill continue their commentary series on Colossians. In Chapter 2, they take up Paul’s theme that all of the fullness of God is in Jesus and that we are complete in him.
The Courage of Our Convictions
Fans of Barbara Buzzard’s writings will enjoy hearing her in this presentation. Barbara challenges us to have “The Courage of Our Convictions” when it comes to sharing our faith. She tells us that we must not allow ourselves to be “muted,” and encourages us to “get involved in the conversation.”
500 Years – From Martin Luther to Joel Osteen
Part 5| Unitarian Trailblazers
Sean Finnegan takes up the history of early biblical unitarians in the Reformation era. Sean talks about original unitarianism which was the belief that God is “one” Person rather than “three.” He distinguishes that from “Unitarian Universalism” which later developed in America and which is not biblically based nor particularly Christian.