Saturday, July 25, 2009

Presuppositional Apologetics

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Presuppositional Apologetics

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I have discovered that studying the Bible in chronological order of events is most helpful in understanding. I have a Bible reference that lists the books of the Bible chronologically. I used this reference until my wife recently gave me a New King James chronological study Bible.
I began this type of study about two years ago when I was studying Paul and his epistles along with the Book of Acts. I would recommend this chronological study if you are interested in following Paul's journey and influence on the early New Testament Church.
The Bible obviously is not layed out in chronological order and sometimes it is difficult to follow along in the Old and New Testaments.
I prefer to study the Bible in a sequential expository method.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Paul is, in my opinion, the most influential of the New Testament authors. His work exemplifies him as a missionary statesman. His foresight led him to select and train young and strong workers who would carry on the work after him. Paul was the interpreter of Jesus Christ to the Gentile world. It was God’s work through Paul that a world-wide destiny of Christianity was established. Paul’s writings formulated, interpreted and applied the essence of Christianity and showed how the application of his epistles could be accomplished. His theology was personal and experiential in Christ.

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