Monthly Archives: October 2011

Job: “God-Encounters”

Keith McCallum teaches a Halloween teaching on the book of Job, the oldest book in the Bible. This book could be called “A man in agony,” or more aptly, “God is involved in our agony.” Job deals with the problem … Continue reading

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Luke 4: The Outlawed World

This entry is part 6 of 49 in the series Luke

This entry is part 6 of 49 in the series LukeKeith McCallum continues in Luke 4, telling about the origins of Jesus’ Ministry, from “a voice calling in the wilderness.” God’s system is totally opposed to the systems of this … Continue reading

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Luke 4: Clash of Titans

This entry is part 5 of 49 in the series Luke

This entry is part 5 of 49 in the series LukeKeith McCallum speaks about the infamous “temptation of Christ.” When Jesus was lead out into the wilderness for 40 days, and the God of the universe crossed with the “god” … Continue reading

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Luke 3: Two Prophecies and a Scandal

This entry is part 4 of 49 in the series Luke

This entry is part 4 of 49 in the series LukeMark Michalek teaches on the genealogy of Jesus Christ. Going through two seemingly contradictory genealogies in Matthew and Luke, he shares the interesting truth behind the matter of the heritage, … Continue reading

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