Study Foundations Part 1

September 30, 2014

An introduction to "Meaning" and the importance of finding "the Referent".

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John 5

September 30, 2014

The Johannine community offers the evidence of four witnesses to Yeshua as the Messiah whom God has sent to act on His behalf.

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John 4

September 30, 2014

In this session we will look more closely at the Hebraic concept of signs which reveal the nature of God and how He is working with His people.

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John 3

September 30, 2014

The Book of John records seven signs that prove Yeshua is the Messiah whom God has sent with power and authority to speak in His name.

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John 2

September 30, 2014

The book of John begins with a poetic introduction that we all love. However, there is a deeper meaning in the artistic nature of the language.

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John 1

September 30, 2014

The Gospel is dramatically different from the Synoptic Gospels - Matthew, Mark, and Luke; Christian theology has tended to view and interpret the book of John in a way similar to Greek philosophy.

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We Have Everything Now in Part

September 30, 2014

The gift of the Holy Spirit and the new covenant, both of which were made possible by the Messiah, allows us to walk in ways today that are a partial fulfillment of the way we will be able to walk in the future. However, it is possible to bring the future into our lives today.

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Troubling Passage in Matthew

September 30, 2014

“Do not think I came to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace but a sword” (Mat 10:34). But this contradicts the nature of God, who is peace or shalom. Yeshua then cites from Micah. This session explains how to connect the two testaments.

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Transfiguration

September 30, 2014

This account gives us information about the end of time, but encourages us to bring the end of time into our lives today. This session is an in-depth study of the artistic nature of the text.

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Textual Criticism

September 30, 2014

Textual criticism is a scholarly field of study that examines biblical texts that were composed over a period of time. These texts were hand-copied and were susceptible to scribal error. By comparing later texts with earlier texts these scholars can identify scribal errors and intentional additions to uncover the most likely original.

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