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Bible Class Lesson Descriptions

GENESIS

This Sunday morning class teaches the origin of the universe and man’s purpose in God’s plan for human history. This is the Book of the Beginnings where we learn the origin of God’s creation. After man’s fall, the gospel message begins in earnest with the seed of the woman. The perpetuation of God’s saving plan through that seed is developed over history, laying the groundwork for our understanding of the rest of the Bible.

HEBREWS

This Tuesday evening class demonstrates the superiority of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God to all other methods of God’s revelation to mankind. The author of Hebrews teaches Jesus as superior to the Old Testament prophets, the angels, Moses, the Levitical Priesthood, the Mosaic Law, the tabernacle, and the sacrifices. The Lord Jesus Christ is the superlative object of our faith.

SURVEY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT

This Wednesday evening class takes a broad view of the Old Testament books of the Bible. Using the Canonical chronology of the Text and Histories Section of the Old Testament as the backgrounding history for the rest of the Old Testament Books, this class provides overarching themes, outlines, and historical backgrounds for each of the Old Testament Books of the Bible.

PROVERBS

This Thursday evening class focuses on the believer’s relationship to Wisdom. A believer’s character is reflected in his conduct, which then leads down the path to certain consequences. By discovering wisdom, Christians should improve all relationships in life; from their relationship to their Lord, their spouse, their children, their parents, their work and their community. The right path is a course of life filled with the proper thoughts, words and actions of the Christian. Recorded lessons begin with number 25. Previous lessons were not recorded.

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SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

This Wednesday evening class takes a broad view of the New Testament books of the Bible. Using the Acts of the Apostles as the backgrounding history for the rest of the New Testament Epistles, this class provides overarching themes, outlines, and historical backgrounds for each of the New Testament Epistles.

HARMONY OF THE GOSPELS

This Sunday morning class teaches through all four of the gospels–Matthew, Mark, Luke and John–in chronological order. Special attention is given to the writer’s theme, the audience, and the author’s method of presenting the Savior. One should come to a greater understanding of the Lord Jesus Christ, as King, Suffering Servant, Perfect Man and Undiminished God. Also, this class demonstrates the reliability of the presentation of God’s Word, through four points of view. Recorded lessons number 483-520. Lessons prior to number 483 were not recorded.