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Prologue: William Tyndale—The Father of the English BibleBill McRae11/10/2014
6. Amy Carmichael—A Portrait of SacrificeSusie Hawkins01/21/2014
Old Testament Lessons on PrayerSteven Cole09/11/2013
John Calvin—the Man and His PreachingSteven Cole09/11/2013
Lesson 14: God’s Mighty Men (2 Samuel 23:8-39)Steven Cole09/10/2013
Lesson 13: Have You Heard--About Gossip? (2 Samuel 13-15)Steven Cole09/10/2013
Lesson 12: The Truth About Consequences (2 Samuel 12:10-14, and chs. 13-19)Steven Cole09/10/2013
Lesson 11: Getting Right When You’ve Done Wrong (2 Samuel 12:1-23)Steven Cole09/10/2013
Lesson 10: Close Encounters Of The Wrong Kind (2 Samuel 11)Steven Cole09/10/2013
Lesson 9: The Beauty Of God’s Grace (2 Samuel 9; 16:1-4; 19:24-30)Steven Cole09/10/2013
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Question & Answers:

How old was Mary when she had Jesus? I've heard that she was between 12 and 14 years of age. Is that in the Bible?
Was Paul married?
Was Melchizedek a theophany or a real man?
How did Aaron (Moses’ brother) survive being slaughtered when Pharaoh killed the first-born sons of Israelites?
Should Christians bestow special honor on Mary?
Should we worship Mary?
Can we pray to Mary?
Does the Bible say anything about Mary being ascended into heaven?
Did Mary have any children other than Jesus? If so, how can she be the eternal virgin?
How did Paul’s imprisonment impact his ministry?
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