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Wm. Paul Young - Author: The Shack, Saturday night service
 
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Oak Hills Church Summer Series 2013 Guest Speaker: Author: The Shack and Cross Roads Wm. Paul Young. Paul delivered a unique message at each of our four weekend services. Introduction: Senior Minister Randy Frazee. Randy shares responsibility at Oak Hills Church with Max Lucado. For more info on Oak Hills Church, Randy, Max or Guests www.oakhillschurch.com For more information on Wm. Paul Young, visit http://www.wmpaulyoung.com
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Lecture (Q&A only) Justice Antonin Scalia
 
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Lecture with Justice Antonin Scalia "Is Capitalism or Socialism More Conducive to Christian Virtue?" given Friday, September 6, 2013 at The Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX. Antonin Gregory Scalia is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. As the longest-serving justice currently on the court, Scalia is the Senior Associate Justice. Appointed to the court by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, Scalia has been described as the intellectual anchor of the court's conservative wing. Scalia was born in Trenton, New Jersey, but grew up in New York City. He attended Georgetown University as an undergraduate and obtained his law degree from Harvard Law School. After spending six years in a Cleveland law firm, he became a law school professor. In the early 1970s, he served in the Nixon and Ford administrations, first at minor administrative agencies, and then as an assistant attorney general. He spent most of the Carter years teaching at the University of Chicago, where he became one of the first faculty advisors of the fledgling Federalist Society. In 1982, he was appointed as a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by President Ronald Reagan. In 1986, Scalia was appointed by Reagan to the Supreme Court to fill the associate justice seat vacated when Justice William Rehnquist was elevated to Chief Justice. Scalia was unanimously confirmed by the Senate, and took his seat on September 26, 1986. In his quarter-century on the court, Scalia has staked out a conservative ideology in his opinions, advocating textualism in statutory interpretation and originalism in constitutional interpretation. 02/13/2016 RIP Justice Antonin Scalia will be missed by all. for more info http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Origin of Traditional Hell_1/4
 
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Edward Fudge presented material from his book The Fire That Consumes. While important, it should not be considered a matter of salvation. Come let us reason together. further more recent clarification: "The message of final punishment is not the gospel. However, it is a shadow message that accompanies the gospel whenever the gospel light is obstructed by sinful unbelief. Hell is the consequence of rejecting God's undeserved mercy in Jesus Christ. It is the alternative to eternal life. Hell is not the most important doctrine of Scripture by any means, but it is certainly not unimportant." (Edward Fudge, The Fire That Consumes 3rd edition pg 377) Recorded at Christian Gospel Temple in Cross Plains, Tennessee in August 2008 The links for this complete presentation are here: http://media.cgtchurch.net:8080/archive/guest/081608_Fudge1A1.wmv http://media.cgtchurch.net:8080/archive/guest/081608_Fudge_1B1.wmv http://media.cgtchurch.net:8080/archive/guest/081608_Fudge_1C1.wmv The Fire that Consumes: a Biblical & Historical Study of the Doctrine of Final Punishment Popular tradition says that God will make the wicked immortal and then torment them forever. The Bible says the wicked will die, perish and be destroyed in hell, and never be seen again. If that is so, where did the popular doctrine come from and why is it held by so many? Does it really make any difference which view we hold? Edward is the author of the 500-page book The Fire that Consumes, recognized around the world as a standard reference on this subject. for more info go to: http://edwardfudge.com/written/fire.html or to: http://edwardfudge.com/speaking_topics.html
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Lecture QA - Dr Alister McGrath - The Lord is my Light
 
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This is from The Lanier Library Lecture Series titled The Lord is my Light - Dr Alister McGrath given on 12/11/10. Dr. Alister McGrath is a Christian Theologian and Apologist. He is also Chair of Theology, Religion and Culture at King's College London. In his most recent book, The Passionate Intellect: Christian Faith and the Discipleship of the Mind, McGrath discusses theology as a discipline that not only informs and sustains the Christian vision of reality, but also serves a passion of the mind to understand God's nature and ways. While proposing that vibrant theology can have a positive impact on Christian life, worship and faith, McGrath also explores other benefits of theology that include a deeper engagement with the culture and concerns of the modern world. Dr. Alister McGrath was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1953. He attended Methodist College, Belfast, in 1966 studying pure and applied mathematics, physics and chemistry. McGrath continued his education and eventually earned both a Ph.D. in molecular biophysics and a Doctorate of Divinity from Oxford University. The interactions between these two areas of study—Christian theology and the natural sciences—have been a major theme of his research work. As a former atheist, McGrath is respectful, yet critical of scientific atheism. He has frequently engaged in debate and dialogue with leading atheists, including Oxford zoologist Richard Dawkins. McGrath has explored Charles Darwin's role in atheist apologetics and other controversial concepts of atheism, such as the "meme" in recent atheist accounts of the origins of belief in God. The Lanier Theological Library is an exciting new resource for all students and scholars of the Bible. The LTL is a research library and is open to everyone who will use it responsibly. Within the library, you will find a comprehensive collection of books, periodicals, historical documents and artifacts with topics ranging from Church History and Biblical Studies to Egyptology and Linguistics. The LTL regularly hosts events with noted authors, guest lecturers, and researchers who will challenge you both academically and spiritually. Come to the Lanier Theological Library and find serious tools for serious study. For more info on this: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Lecture - Edward Fudge - The Fire That Consumes: A Biblical and Historical Study of Hell
 
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This is from The Lanier Library Lecture Series titled The Fire That Consumes: A Biblical and Historical Study of the Doctrine of Final Punishment by Edward Fudge given Sep 24, 2011. The lecture was limited to 800 persons and was closed off several weeks beforehand. It was attended by a broad spectrum of folks on this issue yet the lecture was warmly received by all. Around the world today, evangelical Bible scholars are giving hell a serious second look. Would the God who gave his Son to die for sinners finally keep billions of them alive forever to torment them without end? Does Holy Scripture require such a conclusion—or offer a different vision? The story of how the great majority of Christians came to teach unending conscious torment is as fascinating as any mystery or "Who-done-it." In this lecture, Edward Fudge will identify scores of generally-overlooked Scriptures, then lead a tour through some paths of church history that are less well travelled, and which are haunted by pagan philosophy, medieval law and Reformation politics. For more infomation on the Lanier Theological Library: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Dr Des Ford - NT42A (The Rapture)
 
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This series was originally broadcast live on 5/28/11 or 5/27/11 depending on your world time zone. Des is continuing the book Romans. Thanks to Des Ford and Phil of PanGear Productions of Australia, I am happy to include these HD videos here on fleetwd1
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Lecture - NT Wright: Resurrection and the Renewal of Creation co-sponsored Baylor’s Truett Seminary
 
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11/16/18 Lecture by N. T. Wright, co-sponsored by Baylor University’s Truett Seminary “Resurrection and the Renewal of Creation” What does Jesus’ resurrection mean to you? Does the gospel promise to snatch us away from the world or to renew us and all the world, too? How does the Holy Spirit put the resurrection of Jesus into practical effect in us and through us right now? For many Christians, “resurrection” is simply “what we say happened to Jesus after his death,” or perhaps “a strange word for our own future hope.” But few realize what “resurrection” meant in the first-century world where early Christianity was born. It meant nothing short of “new creation” — the reaffirmation, by the creator God, of the goodness of the original creation, starting with the crucified body of Jesus Himself. Once we grasp this, we see that many lines of thought in the New Testament, particularly in John and Paul, point not just to the resurrection of Jesus’ people, but to the restoration of the whole creation. This restoration has already begun, and part of what the Holy Spirit is doing in the present time, through the work of Jesus’ followers, is to bring about signs and real anticipations of the ultimate new creation. This will happen when (as in Philippians 3:21 or 1 Corinthians 15:28) Jesus subjects all things to Himself and God becomes “all in all.” Christianity’s central event turns out to be even more important and relevant than many people imagine. N. T. Wright is Professor of New Testament & Early Christianity at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. I am indebted to the generosity of the Lanier Theological Library to allow me to share these videos of theirs. Please support them by visiting their website for more information and resources: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ Bio Info: N. T. Wright was born on December 1, 1948 in Morpeth, Northumberland, England. He is a retired Anglican bishop and a leading New Testament scholar. Wright was the Bishop of Durham in the Church of England from 2003 until his retirement in 2010. He is currently Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews in Scotland. In a 2003 interview he said that he could never remember a time when he was not aware of the presence and love of God. He recalled an occasion at age four or five when "sitting by myself at Morpeth and being completely overcome, coming to tears, by the fact that God loved me so much he died for me. Everything that has happened to me since has produced wave upon wave of the same." In addition to his Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Divinity degrees from Oxford University, he has also been awarded honorary doctoral degrees from Durham University in 2007, the John Leland Center for Theological Studies in 2008, the University of St. Andrews in 2009, Heythrop College, University of London in 2010, and the Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St. Mary's Seminary & University in 2012. Among modern New Testament scholars, Wright is an important proponent of traditional views on theological matters including Christ's bodily resurrection and second coming. Further, he has expressed strenuous opposition both to the ordination of openly gay persons and the blessing of same-sex partnerships and marriages. On the other hand, he has criticized the idea of a literal rapture, coauthored a book with his friend Marcus Borg, a widely known voice of liberal Christianity, and is associated with the Open Evangelical movement and New Perspective on Paul, both of which are controversial in many conservative theological circles. He has published over 80 books and spoken often on radio and television. His latest books include The Day the Revolution Began: Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus’ Crucifixion and God in Public. One of his most important popular series is his New Testament for Everyone that includes 18 volumes.
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Living With Reality - The Tears and The Smiles - Dr Desmond Ford
 
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This was originally broadcast live on 2014\06\14 or 2014\06\13 depending on your world time zone. The live broadcast originated in Queensland Australia. Near Brisbane, The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland building. 237 Milton Rd, Milton QLD 4064 Thanks to Dr Des Ford, Good News Unlimited, Eliezer Gonzales and Phil Butler of PanGear Productions of Australia, I am happy to include these HD videos here on fleetwd1 To watch live: http://www.goodnewsunlimited.org.au/live/ To watch archives: http://www.goodnewsunlimited.org.au/resources/video-archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodNewsUnlimited
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D.A. Carson - QA with Mark Lanier @ The Biblical Literacy Class
 
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This D.A. Carson QA with Mark Lanier @ The Biblical Literacy Class was recorded 4/28/13. This was preceded by Mark's Class on the Holy Spirit: Acts of the Holy Spirit, Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_QH7s4blXU For more information about this biblical literacy class: http://www.biblical-literacy.com/
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Lecture - Dr Peter Williams - New Evidences the Gospels were Based on Eyewitness Accounts
 
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This is from The Lanier Library Lecture Series titled New Evidences the Gospels were Based on Eyewitness Accounts by Dr Peter Williams given March 5, 2011 The authorship of the first four books of the New Testament has fascinated scholars for centuries. If the authors were eyewitnesses, one could assume greater reliability. If not, then questions are naturally raised about the historicity of details in the writings. Because the first three Gospels are so similar, many theories have been proposed and argued to explain the sources of verbatim sections, as well as the unique material. Did Mark rely on Peter for eyewitness details? Luke admits his use of other sources, but did he use Mark or Matthew or both? What about Matthew and John? New evidence in the discussion of these questions and more will be the focus of this lecture. Dr. Peter Williams. is a biblical scholar and also the Director of Tyndale House, Cambridge. The Lanier Theological Library is an exciting new resource for all students and scholars of the Bible. The LTL is a research library and is open to everyone who will use it responsibly. Within the library, you will find a comprehensive collection of books, periodicals, historical documents and artifacts with topics ranging from Church History and Biblical Studies to Egyptology and Linguistics. The LTL regularly hosts events with noted authors, guest lecturers, and researchers who will challenge you both academically and spiritually. Come to the Lanier Theological Library and find serious tools for serious study. For more info on this: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ For those interested in Dr Peter Williams and the translation work he is involved in here is a YouTube clip from those proceedings here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=Mx06mtApu8k#! This summer the Translation Oversight Committee of the English Standard Version (ESV) met at Tyndale House in Cambridge, England to consider improvements in certain specific English word choices. For example, should the Hebrew word 'ebed and the Greek word doulos be translated "slave," "bondservant" or "servant"? The question involved lexicography, biblical theology, and both ancient and modern culture. During deliberations, the BBC stopped by and filmed a segment, which they reduced to a four-minute clip--reflecting hours of discussion based on hundreds of hours of scholarly research. Speaking in the video are C. John Collins (Covenant Theological Seminary), Peter Williams (Senior Warden of Tyndale House, Cambridge, and a past and future presenter in the Lanier Theological Library Lecture Series), Gordon Wenham (Trinity College, Bristol; son of the late John Wenham of Oxford, who contributed the Foreword to the second edition of The Fire That Consumes), Paul House (Beeson Divinity School), Wayne Grudem (Phoenix Seminary), and Lane Dennis (Crossway Books & Bibles).
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Special Event: N.T. Wright Interview - Part 2 - Temple Theology & New Creation themes explored
 
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More info on Biblical Literacy Class: http://biblical-literacy.org/ Resources: http://lessons.biblical-literacy.org/lessons/why-im-not/ Mark Lanier teacher. This Special Event: Professor N.T. Wright Interview is given during Mark's series "Why I'm Not...." Subject: Why I’m Not… a new series explaining why Mark is not a atheist, a agnostic, or a etc. etc. Location: Champion Forest Baptist Church This lesson was recorded 03/26/2017
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Easter 2011 - Dr Des Ford
 
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A Special Easter Weekend Message recorded by Pangear Productions the morning of 4/23/11 in Harrisvile QL AU. CORRECTION: At 7:19-21 Dr Ford accidentally says 'I am 100% Justified, it never happens'. He meant to say 'We can never say 'I am 100% Sanctified, it never happens'. The context makes it clear what the correct meaning is. Thank you. PB for DF
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Lecture - Justice Antonin Scalia
 
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Lecture with Justice Antonin Scalia "Is Capitalism or Socialism More Conducive to Christian Virtue?" given Friday, September 6, 2013 at The Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX. Antonin Gregory Scalia is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. As the longest-serving justice currently on the court, Scalia is the Senior Associate Justice. Appointed to the court by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, Scalia has been described as the intellectual anchor of the court's conservative wing. Scalia was born in Trenton, New Jersey, but grew up in New York City. He attended Georgetown University as an undergraduate and obtained his law degree from Harvard Law School. After spending six years in a Cleveland law firm, he became a law school professor. In the early 1970s, he served in the Nixon and Ford administrations, first at minor administrative agencies, and then as an assistant attorney general. He spent most of the Carter years teaching at the University of Chicago, where he became one of the first faculty advisors of the fledgling Federalist Society. In 1982, he was appointed as a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by President Ronald Reagan. In 1986, Scalia was appointed by Reagan to the Supreme Court to fill the associate justice seat vacated when Justice William Rehnquist was elevated to Chief Justice. Scalia was unanimously confirmed by the Senate, and took his seat on September 26, 1986. In his quarter-century on the court, Scalia has staked out a conservative ideology in his opinions, advocating textualism in statutory interpretation and originalism in constitutional interpretation. 02/13/2016 RIP Justice Antonin Scalia will be missed by all. for more info http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Lecture - Dr DA Carson - Going Beyond Cliches: Christian Reflections on Suffering and Evil
 
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Lecture - Dr D.A. Carson - given Saturday, April 27, 2013 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX. Topic:Going Beyond Cliches: Christian Reflections on Suffering and Evil. Simple Outline: Six Pillars to Support a Christian Worldview for Stability Through Suffering 1 Insights from the beginning of the Bible's storyline 2 insights from the end of the Bible's storyline 3 insights from the place of innocent suffering 4 insights from the mystery of providence 5 insights from the centrality of the incarnation and the cross 6 insights from taking up our cross (insights from the persecuted global church) Dr. D. A. Carson is a Research Professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. He came to Trinity from the faculty of Northwest Baptist Theological Seminary in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he served for two years as academic dean. He also taught at Northwest Baptist Theological College, Richmond College, and Central Baptist Seminary in Toronto. Dr. Carson's areas of expertise include biblical theology, the historical Jesus, postmodernism, pluralism, Greek grammar, Johannine theology, Pauline theology, and questions of suffering and evil. He is a member of the Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical Research, the Society of Biblical Literature, the Evangelical Theological Society, the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies, and the Institute for Biblical Research. Dr. Carson was founding chair of the GRAMCORD Institute, a research and educational institution designed to develop and promote computer-related tools for research into the Bible, focusing especially on the original languages. He is also a founding council member of The Gospel Coalition. Carson was born in Montreal, Quebec, but grew up in Drummondville, Quebec. He earned his B.S. (1967) in chemistry and mathematics from McGill University, his M.Div. from Central Baptist Seminary (Toronto), and his Ph.D. (1975) in the New Testament from the University of Cambridge. Carson married his wife Joy in 1975. They reside in Libertyville, Illinois, and have two children. Carson is the author or coauthor of over 50 books, including the award-winning book The Gagging of God (2010) and An Introduction to the New Testament (2005). He is general editor of Telling the Truth: Evangelizing Postmodern's (2002) and Worship by the Book (2002). His other books include, Exegetical Fallacies (1996), Hermeneutics, Authority, and Canon (2005), and also The Intolerance of Tolerance (2012). He has served as a pastor and is an active guest lecturer in church and academic settings around the world. for more information http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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DA Carson @ Champion Forest Baptist Church - Genesis 39
 
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D.A. Carson Guest Speaker at Champion Forest Baptist Church - Genesis 39 Presentation given Sunday. April 28, 2013. for more info on Champion Forest Baptist Church http://www.championforest.org/ used with the expressed permission given by Mark Lanier
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Lecture - Dr Alister McGrath - C.S. Lewis and the Post Modern Generation: His Message 50 Years Later
 
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This lecture by Dr Alister McGrath was sponsored by The Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX and presented at Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, TX, Saturday, March 23, 2012 titled: "C.S. Lewis and the Post Modern Generation: His Message 50 Years Later" Dr. Alister McGrath is a Professor of Theology, Ministry and Education at Kingʼs College London, and Head of its Center for Theology, Religion, and Culture. He is also Senior Research Fellow at Harris Manchester College, Oxford, and President of the Oxford Center for Christian Apologetics. Until 2008, he was Professor of Historical Theology at Oxford University. Dr. McGrath was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1953. He attended Methodist College, Belfast, in 1966 studying pure and applied mathematics, physics and chemistry. McGrath continued his education and eventually earned both a Ph.D. in molecular biophysics and a Doctorate of Divinity from Oxford University. The interactions between these two areas of study—Christian theology and the natural sciences—have been a major theme of his research work. As a former atheist, McGrath is respectful, yet critical of scientific atheism. He has frequently engaged in debate and dialogue with leading atheists, including Oxford zoologist Richard Dawkins. McGrath has explored Charles Darwinʼs role in atheist apologetics and other controversial concepts of atheism, such as the "meme" in recent atheist accounts of the origins of belief in God. McGrath is working on many projects, including his research on the late C. S. Lewis and a major intellectual history of the Swiss Protestant theologian Emil Brunner. His new book to be published in March is entitled C. S. Lewis -- A Life. Reluctant Prophet, Eccentric Genius. This biography will be supplemented by a collection of eight major academic essays on Lewis, to be published in May 2013. Other forthcoming books are the first in a five-volume series entitled "Christian Belief for Everyone" and a new textbook on Christian History. For more infomation on the Lanier Theological Library: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Dr Des Ford - NT29A (John 18) 1/6
 
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This series was originally broadcast live on 11/12/10 or 11/13/10 depending on your world time zone with Audio Only now the Video too can be seen Thanks to Phil of PanGear Productions of Australia. I am happy to include them here on fleetwd1.
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The Lanier Theological Library - A Video Tour
 
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A short clip of Mark Lanier showing The Lanier Theological Library and inviting you to visit. Music by Phil Keaggy. For more info on this: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ The Lanier Theological Library is an exciting new resource for all students and scholars of the Bible. The LTL is a research library and is open to everyone who will use it responsibly. Within the library, you will find a comprehensive collection of books, periodicals, historical documents and artifacts with topics ranging from Church History and Biblical Studies to Egyptology and Linguistics. The LTL regularly hosts events with noted authors, guest lecturers, and researchers who will challenge you both academically and spiritually. Come to the Lanier Theological Library and find serious tools for serious study. I thank Mark Lanier for his generosity in making the Lanier Theological Library resources available to me (fleetwd1) to share here on YouTube.
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The Abomination of Desolation - Dr Desmond Ford and Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
 
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This clip comes from Good News Unlimited Facebook page where you can find other interesting videos. https://www.facebook.com/GoodNewsUnlimited
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Rethinking Hell (with visual aids) - Edward Fudge - Lipscomb University "Summer Celebration 2014"
 
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This presentation was given on 06\30\2014. It was part of the Lipscomb University "Summer Celebration 2014". We are grateful to their generosity in enabling this video to be shared on YouTube as a form of education for the world at large. For those interested in a quality education there is no finer institution to attend. for more information: http://www.lipscomb.edu/ For those unfamiliar with Edward Fudge and who want more information: http://www.edwardfudge.com/
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Edward Fudge - Hebrews (1st presentation)
 
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Recorded at Christian Gospel Temple in Cross Plains, Tennessee on Sunday August 17th 2008
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Church History Literacy - Chapter 4: Martyrdom
 
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Biblical Literacy Class recorded 01-25-2015. Resources: http://lessons.biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ More info on Biblical Literacy Class: http://biblical-literacy.org/ Mark Lanier teacher. Champion Forest Baptist Church. Church History the subject.
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Lecture - N.T. Wright - How Paul Invented Christian Theology
 
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Lecture by N.T. Wright "How Paul Invented Christian Theology" Given 7pm - 9pm on Friday March 21, 2014 at The Lanier Theological Library Chapel in Houston, Texas. It is part of the Lanier Library Lecture Series. A series devoted to bringing world class lectures to benefit the community of all those who might be interested. I am indebted to the generosity of the library to allow me to share these videos of theirs. Please support them by visiting their website for more information and resources: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ N. T. Wright approaches the Apostle Paul as the world's first, and greatest, Christian theologian. Much of his lifetime study has had Paul, his life and writings, as the focus. He has offered detailed insights into Paul's life and times for over 30 years, beginning with his dissertation on Pauline Theology and Romans and continuing through his recently released, two-volume Paul and the Faithfulness of God. In between those writings, Wright has produced over 60 books, many of which have dealt with Paul, and another one is soon to be released, Paul and His Recent Interpreters. Bio info: N. T. Wright was born on December 1, 1948 in Morpeth, Northumberland, England. He is a retired Anglican bishop and a leading New Testament scholar. Wright was the Bishop of Durham in the Church of England from 2003 until his retirement in 2010. He is currently Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews in Scotland. In a 2003 interview he said that he could never remember a time when he was not aware of the presence and love of God. He recalled an occasion at age four or five when "sitting by myself at Morpeth and being completely overcome, coming to tears, by the fact that God loved me so much he died for me. Everything that has happened to me since has produced wave upon wave of the same." In addition to his Doctor of Divinity degree from Oxford University, he has also been awarded honorary doctoral degrees from Durham University in 2007, the John Leland Center for Theological Studies in 2008, the University of St. Andrews in 2009, Heythrop College, University of London in 2010, and the Ecumenical Institute of Theology at St. Mary's Seminary & University in 2012. Among modern New Testament scholars, Wright is an important proponent of traditional views on theological matters including Christ's bodily resurrection and second coming. Further he has expressed strenuous opposition both to the ordination of openly gay persons and the blessing of same-sex partnerships and marriages. On the other hand, he has criticized the idea of a literal rapture, coauthored a book with his friend Marcus Borg, a widely known voice of liberal Christianity, and is associated with the Open Evangelical movement and New Perspective on Paul, both of which are controversial in many conservative theological circles. He has published over 50 books and spoken often on radio and television. His latest books include Paul and the Faithfulness of God, Paul and His Recent Interpreters (forthcoming), How God Became King, and The Case for the Psalms: Why They Are Essential. One of his most important popular series is his New Testament for Everyone that includes 18 volumes.
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Lecture - Lanier Theological Library presents: Michael Card - Four Portraits of Jesus
 
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Lecture by Michael Card “Four Portraits of Jesus” given October 29, 2016 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX. It is part of the Lanier Library Lecture Series. A series devoted to bringing world class lectures to benefit the community of all those who might be interested. I am indebted to the generosity of the library to allow me to share these videos of theirs. Please support them by visiting their website for more information and resources: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ Lecture by Michael Card “Four Portraits of Jesus” The New Testament begins with the four Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Each was written by a different author to a different readership initially, but now we can read all four and compare them carefully. This lecture examines the nuances between the four as each gives a portrait of Jesus. Each portrait relates to the uniqueness of the author and the life situation to which it was written. This lecture shows that these portraits are part of the perfection of the Scriptures. Bio info: In a career that spans 30 years, Michael Card has recorded over 33 albums, authored or co-authored over 25 books, hosted a radio program, and written for a wide range of magazines. While he has penned such favorites as “El Shaddai,” “Love Crucified Arose,” and “Emmanuel,” he never imagined selling more than 4 million albums or writing over 19 #1 hits. The popularity of his work seemed a stark contrast to his goal in life, simply and quietly to teach the Bible. Although music provided him the opportunity to share insight gained through extensive research, writing songs alone limited what he felt called to share. Card would frequently agonize over having to condense the vast depth and richness of Scripture into a three minute song. And so he fell, quite naturally, into the field of book writing where he has garnered numerous awards. “Thomas Merton said, ‘The least of learning is done in the classroom,’ and he is so right,” says Card. “The bulk of what I’ve learned whether academically, musically, or personally is through interacting with people, which is why I think community is so important to our growth as Christians.” In everything he does, Card seeks to encourage his audience to join in his own journey to know and be known by God by asking questions and entering into meaningful discussion with one another. Card’s vision is to edify the body of Christ around the world by sharing experiences and resources in the context of community in the various mediums he uses today. Whether it’s through his writings, concerts, or teaching, the core of what binds these seemingly diverse endeavors together is biblical community. It is at the heart of everything Michael Card does. Michael is a graduate of Western Kentucky University, where he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Biblical Studies. Michael has also received honorary PhD’s in music and Christian education from Whitfield Seminary and Philadelphia Biblical University. Michael lives in Franklin, Tennessee, where, with a group of close friends, he pursues racial reconciliation and neighborhood renewal. He and his wife, Susan, have four children
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Dr Des Ford - NT36B QA year day principle & 1260 day prophecy?
 
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These Questions and Answers are thought to be of interest to many they were given on the same day NT36B was given
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Lecture  QA - Dr Peter Williams - New Evidences that the Gospels Were Written by Eyewitnesses
 
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This is from The Lanier Library Lecture Series titled New Evidences the Gospels were Based on Eyewitness Accounts by Dr Peter Williams given March 5, 2011 The authorship of the first four books of the New Testament has fascinated scholars for centuries. If the authors were eyewitnesses, one could assume greater reliability. If not, then questions are naturally raised about the historicity of details in the writings. Because the first three Gospels are so similar, many theories have been proposed and argued to explain the sources of verbatim sections, as well as the unique material. Did Mark rely on Peter for eyewitness details? Luke admits his use of other sources, but did he use Mark or Matthew or both? What about Matthew and John? New evidence in the discussion of these questions and more will be the focus of this lecture. Dr. Peter Williams. is a biblical scholar and also the Director of Tyndale House, Cambridge. The Lanier Theological Library is an exciting new resource for all students and scholars of the Bible. The LTL is a research library and is open to everyone who will use it responsibly. Within the library, you will find a comprehensive collection of books, periodicals, historical documents and artifacts with topics ranging from Church History and Biblical Studies to Egyptology and Linguistics. The LTL regularly hosts events with noted authors, guest lecturers, and researchers who will challenge you both academically and spiritually. Come to the Lanier Theological Library and find serious tools for serious study. For more info on this: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ For those interested in Dr Peter Williams and the translation work he is involved in here is a YouTube clip from those proceedings here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=Mx06mtApu8k#! This summer the Translation Oversight Committee of the English Standard Version (ESV) met at Tyndale House in Cambridge, England to consider improvements in certain specific English word choices. For example, should the Hebrew word 'ebed and the Greek word doulos be translated "slave," "bondservant" or "servant"? The question involved lexicography, biblical theology, and both ancient and modern culture. During deliberations, the BBC stopped by and filmed a segment, which they reduced to a four-minute clip--reflecting hours of discussion based on hundreds of hours of scholarly research. Speaking in the video are C. John Collins (Covenant Theological Seminary), Peter Williams (Senior Warden of Tyndale House, Cambridge, and a past and future presenter in the Lanier Theological Library Lecture Series), Gordon Wenham (Trinity College, Bristol; son of the late John Wenham of Oxford, who contributed the Foreword to the second edition of The Fire That Consumes), Paul House (Beeson Divinity School), Wayne Grudem (Phoenix Seminary), and Lane Dennis (Crossway Books & Bibles).
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Lecture QA - Edward Fudge - The Fire That Consumes: A Biblical and Historical Study of Hell
 
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This is from The Lanier Library Lecture Series titled The Fire That Consumes: A Biblical and Historical Study of the Doctrine of Final Punishment by Edward Fudge given Sep 24, 2011. The lecture was limited to 800 persons and was closed off several weeks beforehand. It was attended by a broad spectrum of folks on this issue yet the lecture was warmly received by all. Around the world today, evangelical Bible scholars are giving hell a serious second look. Would the God who gave his Son to die for sinners finally keep billions of them alive forever to torment them without end? Does Holy Scripture require such a conclusion—or offer a different vision? The story of how the great majority of Christians came to teach unending conscious torment is as fascinating as any mystery or "Who-done-it." In this lecture, Edward Fudge will identify scores of generally-overlooked Scriptures, then lead a tour through some paths of church history that are less well travelled, and which are haunted by pagan philosophy, medieval law and Reformation politics. For more infomation on the Lanier Theological Library: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Church History Literacy - Chapter 9: Alexandria and Early Biblical Understanding
 
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Biblical Literacy Class recorded 03-22-2015. Resources: http://lessons.biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ More info on Biblical Literacy Class: http://biblical-literacy.org/ Mark Lanier teacher. Champion Forest Baptist Church. Church History the subject.
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Dr Des Ford - NT38A (Romans 5) 1 Age of the Earth
 
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This series was originally broadcast live on 3/26/11 or 3/25/11 depending on your world time zone. Des is continuing the book Romans but stops to look at an important issue in Genesis. Thanks to Des Ford and Phil of PanGear Productions of Australia, I am happy to include these HD videos here on fleetwd1
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Meet Edward
 
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This video helps one get to know Edward. On Sunday, August 9, 2009, Edward Fudge was interviewed in the 373-member Class of Biblical Literacy Champion Forest Baptist Church, Houston, Texas, by class teacher Mark Lanier. For the complete interview go to link http://vimeo.com/6034023 For more on Edward Fudge go to http://www.EdwardFudge.com
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Lecture (only) - Dr John Monson - Physical Theology: The Bible in its Land, Time and Culture
 
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The Lecture (only) - Physical Theology: The Bible in its Land, Time and Culture given by Dr John Monson, Professor and Archaeologist on 2/11/12 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX. Physical Theology: The Bible in its Land, Time and Culture God has revealed Himself in time, space, and culture. People of faith from biblical times through today seek to live according to His purposes as reflected in the Bible. In this visual presentation Professor Monson will demonstrate how the original context of Scripture— the land, culture, and language— is valuable for understanding both the message of the Bible and its contemporary relevance. The ancient Israelites and Jews in later periods lived off the land and lived out their response to God through the law, the feasts, and the challenges of life in the land. The land was God's testing ground of faith, and as we encounter the "physical theology" expressed in Scripture, we are better equipped to grasp the lessons it has for us today. This lecture will be followed by three 8-minute responses from these outstanding scholars: STEVEN LANCASTER Steven Lancaster did his graduate studies at Grace Theological Seminary, the Institute of Holy Land Studies, and the University of Wisconsin on subjects ranging from Biblical Geography to Hebrew and Semitic Studies. He taught Hebrew and Biblical Geography at Jerusalem University College and over the past 28 years, he has participated in six different archaeological excavations. Lancaster studied under Jim Monson, and since 2003, has been a researcher and lecturer with "Biblical Backgrounds, Inc.", a company whose products offer an in-depth and unique way to understand the land of Israel. EMANUEL TOV Emanuel Tov's studies range from Biblical and Greek literature at the Hebrew University to Near Eastern Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. He received his Ph.D. from Hebrew University in 1973. Tov specializes in the textual criticism of Hebrew and Greek scripture and the Qumran Scrolls. Since 1986, he has been a professor at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, has written and edited numerous books and articles, and has received numerous awards for his research. Of late, Tov has invested his time and energy in directing the Dead Sea Scrolls Publication Project, a thirty-three volumes series entitled Discoveries in the Judean Desert (1992-2010). MARK LANIER Mark Lanier studied Biblical Languages at Lipscomb University and earned his law degree from Texas Tech University. In 1990, Lanier started his own firm, which now employs 65 lawyers in four different cities. In addition to practicing law, Lanier writes about the Bible and teaches a weekly Biblical class at Champions Forest Baptist Church with over 700 class members. Over the past two years, Lanier and his wife, Becky, opened the Lanier Theological Library and launched the library's speaker series with notable Biblical scholars. For more infomation on the Lanier Theological Library: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Telling the Truth About You and About Me - Dr Des Ford
 
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I am greatly in debt to my friend Des and his wife Gill for giving me these short videos of Des to share on YouTube.
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NT74B (Revelation) Antichrist?
 
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This was originally broadcast live on 9/22/12 or 9/21/12 depending on your world time zone. The live broadcast originated in Queensland Australia. Thanks to Des Ford and Phil Butler of PanGear Productions of Australia, I am happy to include these HD videos here on fleetwd1
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Lecture - Richard Hays - Did Moses Write about Jesus? The Challenges of Figural Reading
 
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Lecture by Richard Hays, "Did Moses Write about Jesus? The Challenges of Figural Reading” Given 7pm - 9pm on May 23, 2015 at The Lanier Theological Library Chapel in Houston, Texas. It is part of the Lanier Library Lecture Series. A series devoted to bringing world class lectures to benefit the community of all those who might be interested. I am indebted to the generosity of the library to allow me to share these videos of theirs. Please support them by visiting their website for more information and resources: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ In his lecture, Richard Hays will illustrate and explore the surprising ways in which the four Gospel writers interpreted Israel’s Scripture as a witness to the identity of Jesus. The talk will first summarize and then extend the hermeneutical proposals explored in his recent book "Reading Backwards: Figural Christology and the Fourfold Gospel Witness." What might it mean for readers in late modernity to take seriously the interpretative methods employed by the Gospel authors? Are Christian claims about Jesus bound inextricably to these interpretative methods? Richard Hays bio info: Richard B. Hays, Dean and the George Washington Ivey Professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School, is internationally recognized for his work on the letters of Paul and on New Testament ethics. His scholarly work has bridge the disciples of biblical criticism and literary studies, exploring the innovative ways in which early Christian writers interpreted Israelʼs Scripture. Haysʼ work focuses on New Testament theology and ethics, the Pauline epistles, and early Christian interpretation of the Old Testament. He received his Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School and his Ph.D. from Emory University. In the field of New Testament Studies, Hays has often been identified with figures such as N.T. Wright, Luke Timothy Johnson, and Raymond Brown. Some of Professor Haysʼ studies surround the narrative interpretation of Scripture, the new Testamentʼs use of the Old Testament, the subjective genitive reading of pistis Christou (“faith(fuleness) of Christ”) in Paul, and the role of community in the New Testament. Hays is well known for his criticisms of the Jesus Seminar and the modern Historical Jesus movement. He has also been vocal about his criticisms of Dan Brownʼs best-selling The Da Vinci Code for its controversial historical claims. His book The Moral Vision of the New Testament: Community, Cross, New Creation was selected by Christianity Today as one of the 100 most important religious books of the twentieth century. His most recent books are The Art of Reading Scripture (2003, co-edited with Ellen Davis), The Conversion of the Imagination (2005), Seeking the Identity of Jesus: A Pilgrimage (2008, co-edited with Beverly Roberts Gaventa), and Revelation and the Politics of Apocalyptic Interpretation (2012, co-edited with Stefan Alkier). Professor Hays has lectured widely in North America, Europe, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong. An ordained United Methodist minister, he has preached in settings ranging from rural Oklahoma churches to Londonʼs Westminster Abbey. Professor Hays has chaired the Pauline Epistles Section of the Society of Biblical Literature, as well as the Seminar on New Testament Ethics in the Society for New Testament Studies, and has served on the editorial boards of several leading scholarly journals. As a theologically conservative Methodist throughout the course of his career, he has remained committed to his Wesleyan roots in emphasizing the importance of charity and friendship in the Christian life. Moreover, Hays is a committed pacifist and makes his position clear in The Moral Vision of the New Testament, in which he argues that Jesus Christ taught his disciples to be non-violent.
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Church History Literacy - Chapter 5: Martyrs - Ignatius and Polycarp
 
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Biblical Literacy Class recorded 02-01-2015. Resources: http://lessons.biblical-literacy.org/lessons/church-history/ More info on Biblical Literacy Class: http://biblical-literacy.org/ Mark Lanier teacher. Champion Forest Baptist Church. Church History the subject.
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Lecture - Father Justin - Saint Catherine's Monastery - An Ark in the Wilderness
 
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The Lanier Library Lecture Series - Saint Catherine's Monastery - An Ark in the Wilderness - Father Justin - recorded 11-06-10 Subjects include Codex Sinaiticus, manuscripts of Mt Sinai and Greek Orthodoxy. Saint Catherine's Monastery is the world's oldest continuously inhabited monastery, with a history extending back over 1700 years. In the mid-nineteenth century, it was at this monastery that what became known as codex Sinaiticus was discovered. It is the only known complete copy of the Greek New Testament in uncial script. Although this codex is now kept in the British Museum, St. Catherine's library contains manuscripts famous throughout the world for their antiquity and for the range of languages that appear in the collection. Father Justin will show five manuscripts in particular that have been studied by scholars within the last year, as a way of demonstrating the continuing significance of the Sinai manuscripts for our understanding of the Scriptures and of the heritage of the Church. Father Justin was born in Ft Worth, Texas, in 1949. He lived in Chile until the age of nine, after which his family moved to El Paso. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 1971, he entered a Greek Orthodox monastery three years later. He was tonsured a monk in 1977, and ordained deacon and priest the following year. He has been a member of Saint Catherine's Monastery since 1996, where his responsibilities have included the photography of the Sinai manuscripts with a high-resolution digital camera. Five years ago, the members of the community elected him librarian. The Lanier Theological Library is an exciting new resource for all students and scholars of the Bible. The LTL is a research library and is open to everyone who will use it responsibly. Within the library, you will find a comprehensive collection of books, periodicals, historical documents and artifacts with topics ranging from Church History and Biblical Studies to Egyptology and Linguistics. The LTL regularly hosts events with noted authors, guest lecturers, and researchers who will challenge you both academically and spiritually. Come to the Lanier Theological Library and find serious tools for serious study. For more info on this: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Proof Texts for Eternal Torment_1/4
 
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Edward Fudge presented material from his book The Fire That Consumes. While important, it should not be considered a matter of salvation. Come let us reason together. further more recent clarification: "The message of final punishment is not the gospel. However, it is a shadow message that accompanies the gospel whenever the gospel light is obstructed by sinful unbelief. Hell is the consequence of rejecting God's undeserved mercy in Jesus Christ. It is the alternative to eternal life. Hell is not the most important doctrine of Scripture by any means, but it is certainly not unimportant." (Edward Fudge, The Fire That Consumes 3rd edition pg 377) Recorded at Christian Gospel Temple in Cross Plains, Tennessee in August 2008 The links for this complete presentation are here: http://media.cgtchurch.net:8080/archive/guest/081608_Fudge1A1.wmv http://media.cgtchurch.net:8080/archive/guest/081608_Fudge_1B1.wmv http://media.cgtchurch.net:8080/archive/guest/081608_Fudge_1C1.wmv The Fire that Consumes: a Biblical & Historical Study of the Doctrine of Final Punishment Popular tradition says that God will make the wicked immortal and then torment them forever. The Bible says the wicked will die, perish and be destroyed in hell, and never be seen again. If that is so, where did the popular doctrine come from and why is it held by so many? Does it really make any difference which view we hold? Edward is the author of the 500-page book The Fire that Consumes, recognized around the world as a standard reference on this subject. for more info go to: http://edwardfudge.com/written/fire.html or to: http://edwardfudge.com/speaking_topics.html
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Lecture - Alister McGrath - The Big Questions: Richard Dawkins Vs C.S. Lewis on the Meaning of Life
 
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Lecture by Alister McGrath “The Big Questions: Richard Dawkins Versus C.S. Lewis on the Meaning of Life” given February 4, 2017 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX. A night from Oxford! Alister McGrath holds three doctorates from Oxford in molecular biophysics, theology and intellectual history. He has debated the 21st century atheist Oxfordian Richard Dawkins, and published on the 20th century apologist and Oxford Don, C. S. Lewis. In this lecture McGrath dissects the thinking of these two scholars and analyzes their approaches to the meaning of life under both the atheist and the Christian worldview. It is part of the Lanier Library Lecture Series. A series devoted to bringing world class lectures to benefit the community of all those who might be interested. I am indebted to the generosity of the library to allow me to share these videos of theirs. Please support them by visiting their website for more information and resources: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Seminar - Problems in Understanding Paul - Panel Discussion April 1 2016 with Joseph Shulam
 
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Lanier Theological Library - Scholar's Conference panel discussion with Dr. Joseph Shulam recorded 04/01/2016. Seminar Videos April 1, 2016 – Problems in Understanding Paul Joseph Shulam (Hebrew scholar and Christian minister, Jerusalem) Mark Hamilton (Robert & Kay Onstead Professor of Old Testament, Abilene Christian University) George Goldman (Associate Dean, Undergraduate Bible, Lipscomb University) David Rudolph (Director of Messianic Jewish Studies, The King’s University, Southlake, TX) Mark Lanier (Moderator)
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The Wicked Prince Who Died Between Heaven and Earth - Dr Desmond Ford on 2015/03/14
 
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This was originally broadcast live on 03/14/2015 or 03/13/2015 depending on your world time zone. The live broadcast originated in Queensland Australia. Thanks to Dr Des Ford, Good News Unlimited, Eliezer Gonzales and Phil Butler of PanGear Productions of Australia, I am happy to include these HD videos here on fleetwd1 For the new "Good News Unlimited" YouTube channel click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT14qpyxUzLtESeT6gg6-MA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodNewsUnlimited To watch live: http://www.goodnewsunlimited.org.au/live/ To watch archives: http://www.goodnewsunlimited.com/resources/video-centre/video-archive/
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Randy Frazee - Fighting For Your Life - Easter 2014
 
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Oak Hills Church Senior Minister Randy Frazee Easter Sunday 2014. Randy shares responsibility with Max Lucado. for more info on Oak Hills Church, Randy or Max www.oakhillschurch.com I appreciate Randy for giving me permission to share this special message here on YouTube, fleetwd1
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Dr Des Ford - NT56B (Hebrews) - The Rest of God
 
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This was originally broadcast live on 12/24/11 or 12/23/11 depending on your world time zone. The live broadcast originated in Queensland Australia. Thanks to Des Ford and Phil Butler of PanGear Productions of Australia, I am happy to include these HD videos here on fleetwd1
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Dr Peter Williams - Luke 15 - Warrior's Heart (Men's Bible Study)
 
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Dr. Peter Williams spoke on the parable of The Prodigal Son at Houston's First Baptist Church on 09/18/2014. This event held in conjunction with Phillip Evans & American Friends of Tyndale House. for more info http://friendsoftyndalehouse.com/ And Dr. Peter Williams & Tyndale House for more info http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/ WARRIOR'S HEART Every Thu @ 6:30-7:30a — The Loop (Fellowship Ctr) 7401 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX US 77024 For Men of all ages - See more at: http://houstonsfirst.org/bible-study/629497/?#sthash.yvSUrOUO.dpuf Teacher:  Dr. Bruce Fong Host:  Eric Reed Cost:  $5 for breakfast Dr. Bruce Fong, our primary teacher, brings a wealth of wisdom, humor, and application from the Bible. The morning includes a 30-minute master teacher session followed by a practical discussion around tables. While men are encouraged to come weekly, it is not a requirement of the study. This study will be an exegetical study through the book of Mark. Breakfast is available for $5. Registration is encouraged, but not required. For up-to-date information, and to engaged in the Warrior's Heart community, for more info: http://houstonsfirst.org/bible-study/629497/?#sthash.yvSUrOUO.dpuf
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Des Q/A-hell
 
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Dr Des Ford answers a listener's question about hell.
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Seminar - Paul - N.T. Wright
 
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This panel discussion was part of a Lanier Library Seminar Series held on Friday March 21, 2014. Dr. N.T. Wright, Dr. Bruce Corley, and Dr. Ross Wagner participate in a panel discussion on the Apostle Paul with a considerable concentration on Paul''s intended meaning in Romans chapters 9-11 as well as other issues. Panel Members are: Dr. N.T. Wright (Professor. University of St. Andrews) Dr. Bruce Corley (Former President, Now Professor of New Testament and Greek. B.H. Carroll Theological Institute) Dr. Ross Wagner (Associate Professor, Duke Divinity School) Mark Lanier, Moderator for more information http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Lecture - Simon Gathercole - The Journeys of Jesus and Jewish Geography
 
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Lecture - Dr Simon Gathercole “The Journeys of Jesus and Jewish Geography” given 05/07/2016 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX It is part of the Lanier Library Lecture Series. A series devoted to bringing world class lectures to benefit the community of all those who might be interested. I am indebted to the generosity of the library to allow me to share these videos of theirs. Please support them by visiting their website for more information and resources: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ Lecture by Simon Gathercole given May 7, 2016 "The Journeys of Jesus and Jewish Geography" The Gospels in the New Testament contain a remarkable amount of geographical information, especially in the quantity of references to areas, towns and villages that Jesus (and John the Baptist) visited. Are these genuine or fictitious? Some Jesus skeptics have doubted the existence of places like Nazareth and Capernaum. Even many New Testament scholars are unaware of the evidence for Gospel sites. Strikingly, however, a huge proportion of the place-names in the Gospels are paralleled in Jewish literature outside the New Testament, even down to some of the small villages. This illustrated lecture will examine the historical evidence, some already known, some presented for the first time, for the places in the Gospels. It will show how this evidence has clear implications for the reliability of the Gospel narratives. Simon Gathercole is a prominent British New Testament scholar. He is Reader in New Testament at the University of Cambridge and Fellow and Director of Studies in Theology at Fitzwilliam College. This will be his second lecture at the Lanier Theological Library. His first lecture here was excellent.
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Special Event - Songs and Interview with Michael Card
 
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This Biblical Literacy Class by Mark Lanier was recorded 10/27/13. For more information about this biblical literacy class: http://www.biblical-literacy.com/
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Jeremiah Was A .... Prophet
 
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In case you missed it The Biblical Literacy Class video on Jeremiah parts 1&2 here is a song by Phil Keaggy a take from Jeremiah was a Bullfrog by 3 Dog Night. Similar to the song he did for the class titled The Ballad of Beth-Shemesh (House the of Sun)
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Special Event: John Piper Interview
 
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Please visit the biblical literacy class website here: http://www.biblical-literacy.org/ for class resources visit: http://www.biblical-literacy.org/lessons/special-events/ This video of Biblical Literacy class was recorded 11/12/2017
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Dr Des Ford - TheRichMan&Lazarus 1/2 (Luke 16:19-31) NT20A - 1
 
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The Rich Man and Lazarus. Hell? Immortal soul? What is the purpose of this parable? These HD videos are from Pangear productions. I am happy to include them here on fleetwd1
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