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Articles:

TitleAuthor
Lesson 10: The Study of Future EventsJames Davis12/04/2013
God's Judgment Is Removed (Zephaniah 3:14-20)Jeff Miller08/29/2013
Lesson 10: Blessed to Bless (Zechariah 8:1-23)Steven Cole08/15/2013
Lesson 71: Understanding God’s Prophetic Revelation (Romans 11:25-27)Steven Cole07/16/2013
Genesis 15Bob Utley07/25/2012
The Rapture: The Signs of His Coming, Part One - 7 signs (Daniel 9, Matthew 24)Bill McRae04/05/2010
The Rapture: A Message of Comfort (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18)Bill McRae04/05/2010
The Rapture: A Message for Controversy - Will the Church go through the Tribulation?Bill McRae04/05/2010
Position Statement on the Use of the Old Testament Law by ChristiansWilliam F. Luck, Sr.05/04/2009
The Pervasive Influence of the Ten CommandmentsWilliam F. Luck, Sr.05/04/2009
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Question & Answers:

Questions
How does the Ten Commandments fit in with Paul's explanation to the Galatians?
How do we explain the obvious differences in the 'manifestations' of receiving the Holy Spirit then (Acts era) and now?
How should we decide what to do about the 4th Commandment, to keep the Sabbath holy?
There are Christians who believe that the Bible makes a case for this country's obligation to protect Israel. Do Christians have this biblical command?
Revelation 6-7 describes the tribulation saints as wearing white robes. Revelation 6 describes them as souls. If they are tribulation saints and do not yet have resurrected bodies, what are they putting these robes on?
How do Jews born after the New Testament receive salvation? Are they saved only by accepting Christ as their Lord and Savior? Is there any other means of salvation for them, as some teach?
Can you describe apodictic law as it applies to the OT law?
How many types of covenants are recorded in the Bible?
How is the ministry of the Holy Spirit different in the Old and New Testaments?
How should New Testament Believers relate to the OT Law?
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