The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast
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We'll talk more about how to understand the Bible (or really anything) better in coming videos.
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Aquila and Priscilla are a Bible power couple who don't get a ton of screen time in the text, but obviously had a huge and lasting impact on the first era of Christianity.
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This is the second half of a pair of videos about the origin of the Bible and the implications of what we assume in regards to that question. Was that way too complicated? I think it'll work...
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Is the Bible from God? In this video we'll kick around what the questions that come with supposing it's not. In the next video it'll be time to think about the obvious question if we assume the Bible is from God, and that's "How'd it happen?"
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Luke 4, Matthew 4
I got tested by a mean man with a bucket of tennis balls; Jesus got tested by Satan in the desert.
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Like pretty much everything, I could be completely wrong about this, but here's my best attempt at a list of common misconceptions about the Bible that make it way harder to understand than it has to be.
Conspiracy Video Link: https://youtu.be/TlIXfwJqBIA
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This is an awfully loaded question. Let's see if we can un-load it.
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The most important dump in the Bible occurred in 1 Samuel 24.
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Why is everybody always arguing about the Bible? Who’s right? How could we ever know? Is the truth about life, death, and God lost in all the noise?
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Romans 13 is a very hard passage to wrap one's brain around. It's been used in all kinds of weird and ugly ways, but why is it in the Bible and what does it actually mean?
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John the Baptist: Jesus' Hypeman (Luke 3:1-14) | TMBH Luke #13
In Luke 3 John the Baptist paves the way for Jesus, but why does Jesus need a hypeman?
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Links: Angela Merkel Pronunciation Investigation: http://teamcoco.com/video/fan-correct...
Herod Family Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1eKZ...
There are so many more.....
Barack Obama thing: http://www.jimseekamp.com/obama.htm
My video on chapters and verses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABqm4...
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The title says it all. Make sure to check out the first half of this little series on higher criticism here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VicKM...
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Lots of people raise lots of questions about the Bible for lots of different reasons. Here are four types of criticism applied to the Bible (source, form, redaction, and historical).
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This is my favorite conversation in the whole Sermon on the Mount series. And it's the last. Thanks for watching these!
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