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  1. The Myth of Neutrality (Acts 14:1-7) 

    Paul and Barnabas narrowly escape being stoned to death at Iconium. [46 minutes]

    Tony Garland

    Tony Garland
  2. The Principles of Prayer (Daniel 6:1-11) 

    When persecution arises, Daniel turns to God in prayer. [59 minutes]

    Andy Woods

    Andy Woods
  3. Balance in the Christian Life (Daniel 6:12-17) 

    An effective Christian life balances spiritual and practical disciplines such as prayer and service. [1 hour 2 minutes]

    Andy Woods

    Andy Woods
  4. Soteriology - Review 2 (2 Corinthians 5:21) 

    review of the topics covered during this study. [55 minutes]

    Andy Woods

    Andy Woods
  5. Soteriology - Review 3 (Isaiah 53:3-6) 

    A review of the topics covered during this study. [56 minutes]

    Andy Woods

    Andy Woods
  6. The Coming Kingdom, Part 13 - The Kingdom Postponed (Ephesians 3:5) 

    When the king was rejected, the kingdom was postponed and the previously unrevealed age of the Church began. [1 hour 5 minutes]

    Andy Woods

    Andy Woods
  7. The Coming Kingdom, Part 14 - The Kingdom Postponed, Part 2 (Ephesians 3:5) 

    When the king was rejected, the kingdom was postponed and the previously unrevealed age of the Church began. [1 hour 7 minutes]

    Andy Woods

    Andy Woods
  8. The Knowledge of His Will (Colossians 1:9-10) 

    Paul prayed that the Colossians would be filled with the knowledge of God’s will. [49 minutes]

    Paul Henebury

    Paul Henebury
  9. Qualified (Colossians 1:11-12) 

    God, the Father, has qualified Christians to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light. [47 minutes]

    Paul Henebury

    Paul Henebury
  10. Replacement Theology: Is It Wrong to Use the Term? 

    Recently I have been reminded of the Reformed CT community's aversion to the label of supercessionism, or worse, replacement theology. In the last decade or so particularly I have read repeated disavowals of this term from covenant theologians. Not wanting to misrepresent or smear brethren with whom I disagree, I have to say that I struggle a bit with these protests. "We are not replacement theologians" we are told, "but rather we believe in transformation or expansion." By some of the objectors we are told that the church does not replace Israel because it actually IS Israel; well, "true Israel" - the two designations are really one. This move is legitimate, they say, because the "true Israel" or "new Israel" is in direct continuity with Israel in the Old Testament. In this article, I want to investigate the question of whether it is right; if I am right, to brand this outlook as replacement theology and supercessionism.

    Paul Henebury

    Paul Henebury


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