We hit a Bible speed bump when we come to Genesis 2:7. Stephen Macfarlane joins Tim Young to explain what a Bible speed bump is and why this small verse is so essential. We learn a lot about our Creator and ourselves in the process.
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This is our fourth and final episode on faith. This time its about "the faith". Tim Young and Brian Alexander start off with some data visualization on the word faith. This leads them into an unexpected area of Paul's epistles that concentrate on "the faith".
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Our studies in "faith" continue with this important podcast on how faith saves. Stephen Macfarlane and Tim Young begin at the starting point of Genesis 15:6. This verse is so vital that it is quoted three times in the New Testament. We draw lessons from each New Testemant passage learning about justification by faith and how faith is to be seen in our works.
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From the last podcast we learning what faith is, now we need to get it and increase it. Tom Colby and Tim Young continue their discussion of faith and how we can go from a "little faith" to a "great faith".
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"Faith toward God" (Hebrews 6:1) is certainly an essential Bible study. Tom Colby and Tim Young discuss this important word, how to define it, and how it is much more than just believing God exists. This is the first podcast in a four-part series on "faith".
Repent! This was what John the Baptist, Jesus and the Apostles first preached. Tim Young and Brian Alexander discuss this important topic for our lives. They go through the Old and New Testament words giving examples of how they are used. From there they tackle the tough questions, "What is needed for repentance?" and "What do we repent from?"
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Matt and Tim talk about using a concordance for Bible study. You don't need to be a Hebrew and Greek scholar to get more out of the words of the Bible. This show goes through examples of using a concordance and some pitfalls to avoid.
Links to recommended concordances:
- Strong's Exhaustive Concordance to the Bible
- Englishman's Hebrew Concordance: Coded with Strong's Concordance Numbers
- The Englishman's Greek Concordance: Coded with Strong's Concordance Numbers