Theology Thursday

Any BEL radio program that is primarily a Bible study or sermon, and especially those on Thursdays. After a ten-year hiatus, Theology Thursdays returned to BEL in October, 2012.

ThThurs: Paul's Epistle to the Galatian Pt. 1

 

* Letter to the Galatians: For over twenty-five years Bob Enyart has studied God"s Word praying for the wisdom to share the truth of Scripture with a lost and dying world. Now you can benefit from this very exciting Bible study. This eight-tape study through Paul's Epistle to the Galatians builds upon the foundation of knowledge laid down in Bob's Plot series. And Bob deals with Paul's strange proclamations like: "I did not go up to Jerusalem to those who were apostles before me" and "after three years I went up to Jerusalem to see Peter but I saw none of the other apostles except James." "I do not lie!" 

Every story has a plot, and a story's details can be confusing unless you understand its overview. Grasping the big picture will help you reconcile many seemingly contradictory, and controversial Bible passages. Achieve a fuller understanding of God's plan from Genesis to Revelation and equip yourself to share God's Word with friends and family. Consider listening to The Plot series based on Bob's manuscript of the same title. Then enjoy Bob's book studies and see how the big picture can help you to better know the living God.

ThThurs: 1st Epistle to the Corinthians Pt 4

 

1 Corinthians

* Correcting the Corinthians: Join Bob as you hear Paul demanding intolerance of sexual immorality within the church. Then ponder Paul's insistence that we judge all things, great and small. And for those who believe that Christians are no longer under the law, how do they explain Paul's command to flee immorality? Then hear the surprises that come with the New Testament's most thorough discussion of marriage and divorce, celibacy and intimacy. What caused Paul to give his converts hints on how to interact with Peter's converts? Also, considering that the Jerusalem Council explicitly reinforced the Mosaic Law's prohibition on the eating of meat sacrificed to idols, why would Paul give permission to Christians to eat a meal in a restaurant located inside an idol's temple? Finally in this material, Paul instructs his converts to win those under law, if need be, by willingly submitting to the law. 

ThThurs: 1st Epistle to the Corinthians Pt 3

THE DEBATE IS NOT CANCELED! IT BEGINS FRIDAY at 6:30 PM!

CARM accidentally deleted their Facebook Event page.
(There's no need to blame God for this mistake
[nor for anything, ever, of course].
This wasn't by eternal divine decree. But just like
the typo in the title of CARM's page, misspelling Calvnism [sic],
it was just a mistake. :)

* Join the Live Stream or Come to DBC! You are invited to join Will Duffy and Matt Slick in person or via YouTube live streaming...

12/1 6:30 p.m. Open Theism: youtu.be/JCNPmLIOnDg
12/2 1:00 p.m. Calvinism: youtu.be/XDA-_SP3J9Y

1 Corinthians

* Correcting the Corinthians: Join Bob as you hear Paul demanding intolerance of sexual immorality within the church. Then ponder Paul's insistence that we judge all things, great and small. And for those who believe that Christians are no longer under the law, how do they explain Paul's command to flee immorality? Then hear the surprises that come with the New Testament's most thorough discussion of marriage and divorce, celibacy and intimacy. What caused Paul to give his converts hints on how to interact with Peter's converts? Also, considering that the Jerusalem Council explicitly reinforced the Mosaic Law's prohibition on the eating of meat sacrificed to idols, why would Paul give permission to Christians to eat a meal in a restaurant located inside an idol's temple? Finally in this material, Paul instructs his converts to win those under law, if need be, by willingly submitting to the law. 

ThThurs: 1st Epistle to the Corinthians Pt 2

 

1 Corinthians

* Correcting the Corinthians: Join Bob as you hear Paul demanding intolerance of sexual immorality within the church. Then ponder Paul's insistence that we judge all things, great and small. And for those who believe that Christians are no longer under the law, how do they explain Paul's command to flee immorality? Then hear the surprises that come with the New Testament's most thorough discussion of marriage and divorce, celibacy and intimacy. What caused Paul to give his converts hints on how to interact with Peter's converts? Also, considering that the Jerusalem Council explicitly reinforced the Mosaic Law's prohibition on the eating of meat sacrificed to idols, why would Paul give permission to Christians to eat a meal in a restaurant located inside an idol's temple? Finally in this material, Paul instructs his converts to win those under law, if need be, by willingly submitting to the law. 

ThThurs: 1st Epistle to the Corinthians Pt 1

 

1 Corinthians

* Correcting the Corinthians: Join Bob as you hear Paul demanding intolerance of sexual immorality within the church. Then ponder Paul's insistence that we judge all things, great and small. And for those who believe that Christians are no longer under the law, how do they explain Paul's command to flee immorality? Then hear the surprises that come with the New Testament's most thorough discussion of marriage and divorce, celibacy and intimacy. What caused Paul to give his converts hints on how to interact with Peter's converts? Also, considering that the Jerusalem Council explicitly reinforced the Mosaic Law's prohibition on the eating of meat sacrificed to idols, why would Paul give permission to Christians to eat a meal in a restaurant located inside an idol's temple? Finally in this material, Paul instructs his converts to win those under law, if need be, by willingly submitting to the law. 

ThThurs: Epistle to the Colossians Pt 7

Weinstein Reversing the Clinton Thing... And Roy Moore: Of the many confirmed kgov.com/predictions over the decades, one that Bob Enyart got very wrong was that a 1992 sexual accusation against Bill Clinton would prevent him from winning the presidency. Since Hillary defended her predator husband though it has been open season on women. It is truly wonderful that women victims are getting their day in court, so to speak, and that the Clinton Curse is being reversed. Now however comes the accusations by four women, then teenagers, of a 30-something Roy Moore flirting and kissing, providing alcohol to the oldest of them, and with the youngest, of groping and more. Judge Moore has denied all of this, alleged to have occurred when these women were 14, 16, 17, and 18. The accusations apparently come from women who do not know one another; who had not even gone public but were found by reporters; some of whom have contemporaneous or early witnesses to their accounts; and some of whom have consistently voted Republican. The Bible is a criminal justice textbook and it says that two or three witnesses establish a matter. True, there is more to it than that, but often, that is mostly what matters. Yet plenty of conservatives, who have eagerly greeted all the group accusations against liberal men, will now tend to behave like Hillary with a knee-jerk accusation against these women. Certainly Christians should be more concerned about the truth and about ending the epidemic of men using women and girls, than they are about the partisan obsession of losing a Senate seat. [Today's BEL radio program does not address this matter.]

Image of the artwork on Bob's Colossians study showing a Hebrew scroll nailed to the cross...
God nailed the law to the cross.

* Why is there a Scroll Nailed to the Cross? In this Bible Study, Bob Enyart goes through Paul's Epistle to the Colossians verse by verse, showing how this Scripture book brings Christians to consider Christ's role in the Godhead, and the very nature of the Trinity. Learn also about God's delegation of authority as indicated by His creation of thrones and dominions, powers, principalities, and authorities. And Paul wrote that God nailed the law to the cross of Christ. Wow! Hear also Paul describe the rules and regulations invented by churches as "self-imposed religion" having "no value against the indulgence of the flesh."

ThThurs: Epistle to the Colossians Pt 6

 

Image of the artwork on Bob's Colossians study showing a Hebrew scroll nailed to the cross...
God nailed the law to the cross.

* Why is there a Scroll Nailed to the Cross? In this Bible Study, Bob Enyart goes through Paul's Epistle to the Colossians verse by verse, showing how this Scripture book brings Christians to consider Christ's role in the Godhead, and the very nature of the Trinity. Learn also about God's delegation of authority as indicated by His creation of thrones and dominions, powers, principalities, and authorities. And Paul wrote that God nailed the law to the cross of Christ. Wow! Hear also Paul describe the rules and regulations invented by churches as "self-imposed religion" having "no value against the indulgence of the flesh."

ThThurs: Epistle to the Colossians Pt 5

 

Image of the artwork on Bob's Colossians study showing a Hebrew scroll nailed to the cross...
God nailed the law to the cross.

* Why is there a Scroll Nailed to the Cross? In this Bible Study, Bob Enyart goes through Paul's Epistle to the Colossians verse by verse, showing how this Scripture book brings Christians to consider Christ's role in the Godhead, and the very nature of the Trinity. Learn also about God's delegation of authority as indicated by His creation of thrones and dominions, powers, principalities, and authorities. And Paul wrote that God nailed the law to the cross of Christ. Wow! Hear also Paul describe the rules and regulations invented by churches as "self-imposed religion" having "no value against the indulgence of the flesh."

ThThurs: Epistle to the Colossians Pt 4

 

Open Theism vs. Calvinism, Will Duffy vs. Matt Slick, 2017 Debate

Image of the artwork on Bob's Colossians study showing a Hebrew scroll nailed to the cross...
God nailed the law to the cross.

* Why is there a Scroll Nailed to the Cross? In this Bible Study, Bob Enyart goes through Paul's Epistle to the Colossians verse by verse, showing how this Scripture book brings Christians to consider Christ's role in the Godhead, and the very nature of the Trinity. Learn also about God's delegation of authority as indicated by His creation of thrones and dominions, powers, principalities, and authorities. And Paul wrote that God nailed the law to the cross of Christ. Wow! Hear also Paul describe the rules and regulations invented by churches as "self-imposed religion" having "no value against the indulgence of the flesh."

ThThurs: Epistle to the Colossians Pt 3

Curious about the origin of the superstition of Friday the 13th? Check out kgov.com/13.

Image of the artwork on Bob's Colossians study showing a Hebrew scroll nailed to the cross...
God nailed the law to the cross.

* Why is there a Scroll Nailed to the Cross? In this Bible Study, Bob Enyart goes through Paul's Epistle to the Colossians verse by verse, showing how this Scripture book brings Christians to consider Christ's role in the Godhead, and the very nature of the Trinity. Learn also about God's delegation of authority as indicated by His creation of thrones and dominions, powers, principalities, and authorities. And Paul wrote that God nailed the law to the cross of Christ. Wow! Hear also Paul describe the rules and regulations invented by churches as "self-imposed religion" having "no value against the indulgence of the flesh."