It is my firm belief that God created the world and spoke to mankind via the Bible. It is also my belief that God's words can be understood by any person without miraculous inspiration, seminary education, or other higher degree. In orther words, God wrote His book so that normal folk can understand it and have salvation.
In my experience the Bible is a book that can be understood at many levels. One can never know it all completely. This provides a starting point for faith to save a soul and food for that soul through the rest of one's physical life.
|Big Picture of the Bible Series|
|The Primary Characteristic of God||2015-03-20|
|Man Separates Himself from God||2015-03-23|
|Sacrifice is God's Free Gift to Atone for Man's Sin||2015-03-26|
|Jesus is the Lamb of God||2015-04-14|
|A Believer Must Accept the Sacrifice||2015-04-26|
|Living as a Sacrifice||2015-05-23|
|The American Dream||2015-04-12||PM||Fultondale|
|What About the Gray Areas?||2014-05-17||PM||Fultondale|
|Out of the Mouth of... a Donkey?||2015-10-11||PM||Fultondale|
|Lessons in Faith from the Exodus||2015-12-20||PM||Fultondale|
|Various Thoughts on Christianity and the World||2016-04-17||PM||Fultondale|
|Do our choices matter?||2016-09-11||PM||Fultondale|
|What God does that Darius could not||2017-01-15||AM||Clay|
|In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood by Dr. Walt Brown||Online Book|
|Video of Doy Moyer's class series on "Can We Believe the Bible?"||LiveStream Videos|
|J.J. Blunt's Undesigned Coincidences in the writings of the Old and New Testament, an argument of their veracity||
|Comments about Ken Craig's "The Big Picture of the Bible"|
|Ken Craig's "The Big Picture of the Bible" for purchase at Amazon||Kindle Edition|
|Keith Sisman's "Traces of the Kingdom" (history of the Lord's church during the Dark and Middle ages)||
|Mike's Bible Studies (various resources for studying topically)||Web site|
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