The first half of this study addresses the question, "are the new and old covenants the same thing as the new and old testaments", and related issues.
The second half of the study concludes our study of the Epistle to Philemon and the discussion of how God prefers love to obligation.
In this study we examine the letter of Paul to Philemon as an example of a mature Christian relationship and a model of our relationship with God.
This study begins the third and final section of the Foundations of Bible Study series. We explore why people have a relationship with God and what kind of relationship God wants with us, the kind for which He made us. We then begin a study of the book of Philemon to examine a spiritually mature relationship.
In this study, we delve into being attuned to the whisper of the Holy Spirit and listening to His voice in the most trivial of matters. We contrast this to quenching the Holy Spirit. Finally, we introduce the topic of how following the lead of the Holy Spirit changes our relationship with God.
In this study we explore how we follow the lead of the Holy Spirit and how we distinguish between God's voice within us and our own voice.
In this study, we continue our examination of the centrality of Christ to Christianity and then transition to discuss the mechanics of Christian growth.
In this study, we continue to explore how God transforms our nature into the Divine Nature. We introduce how one listens to the voice of God within us and continue on to discuss the Eucharist and importance of both the death and life of Jesus.
As we continue to explore the role of the Holy Spirit in our transformation we focus on the implications for Christian growth, dispel some misperceptions about Christian growth that can lead to misguided discouragement, and see even more clearly the centrality of a living Christ to Christianity.
This study continues examining the role of the Holy Spirit in Christian transformation and how understanding it prevents us from building a Christianity without Christ. We explore how we are transformed from insanity to sanity and conclude with a discussion of God's rest and the Sabbath.
This study begins the next major section of our Foundations of Bible Study series which focuses on how Christians are transformed into the divine nature. It introduces the Holy Spirit as the agent of transformation and central to the Church. We also answer a question asking for clarification about detachment.
This study concludes the series on the plan of God by discussing the Sermon on the Mount in the light of selfless love and introduces the concept of the Flow of Expectations in relationships.
In this study we review suffering and savior, discuss the meaning of redeemer, and begin a study of the Sermon on the Mount.
In this study, we explore the relationship between Love, Freedom, Faith, and Suffering and also explore the meaning of the word Savior.
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Foundations of Bible Study