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What Spurgeon has Taught Me About MinistrySteven Cole09/11/2013
John Bunyan A Simple Man who Knew God DeeplySteven Cole09/11/2013
Calvin, Psychology, and MeSteven Cole09/11/2013
Introduction to Learning from the Giants of the PastSteven Cole09/11/2013
Learning from the Giants of the PastSteven Cole09/11/2013
The Kings of JudahSteven Cole09/06/2013
Lesson 24: The God of History and You (Genesis 11:10-32)Steven Cole08/26/2013
Lesson 22: The Roots of the Nations (Genesis 10:1-32)Steven Cole08/26/2013
Lesson 17: God’s Warnings (Genesis 7:1-24)Steven Cole08/26/2013
Lesson 2: God Created (Genesis 1:1-2)Steven Cole08/22/2013
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Question & Answers:

How do we explain the obvious differences in the 'manifestations' of receiving the Holy Spirit then (Acts era) and now?
Do you think it still OK to read the KJV along with your NET Bible?
Was it realy feasible for Mordecai or Ester to return to Jerusalem during their time in Persia? (Since it seems that they fall between the returns of Zerubbabel and Ezra.) How does this affect their disobedience for not returning?
Why are there two passover dates listed in the Old Tesatment?
Was Matthias or Paul the apostle who replaced Judas?
What Bible translations were available before the KJV?
Is there proof of Christ’s exact birth date?
How do commentators know the time sequence of Acts? Like when they say “such and such event” took place 25 years after “such and such”?
Can we discern Paul’s strategy in the churches he planted and the places he visited?