Theology Thursday

Theology Thursday

Welcome to Theology Thursday: We present select Bible studies and sermons from Pastor Bob Enyart of Denver Bible Church teaching from Scripture that:
- God is eternally free, inexhaustibly creative, and has existed from everlasting
- His main biblical attributes? He is living, personal, relational, good, and loving
- Proper hermeneutics flow not from Greek and Latin philosophy but from the primary biblical attributes of God
- The Bible explicitly affirms marriage and condemns moral relativism and all immorality including homosexuality
- As God is a person and created us in His likeness He expects us to stand for the personhood of the unborn
- God presents the Gospel of Jesus Christ, based on the death penalty, in Bible's context of criminal justice
- The Bible is not a science text (for they have to be corrected all the time) but instead is scientifically accurate. Enjoy!

ThThurs: 1 Corinthians Pt. 11

* First 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?

ThThurs: 1 Corinthians Pt. 10

* First 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?

ThThurs: 1 Samuel Pt. 10

* First Samuel: Eli and Saul, introduces you to three important people. Eli - the high priest of Israel, Saul of the tribe of Benjamin - Israel's first king, and Samuel himself, whose lifespan bridged two periods of Israel's history. This pivotal prophet connected the time of the Judges with that of the Kings. Learn why this seer held such a prominent place that Peter would ignore the preceding prophets saying, "Yes, and all the prophets, from Samuel and those who follow" (Acts 3:24).

ThThurs: 1 Samuel Pt. 9

* First Samuel: Eli and Saul, introduces you to three important people. Eli - the high priest of Israel, Saul of the tribe of Benjamin - Israel's first king, and Samuel himself, whose lifespan bridged two periods of Israel's history. This pivotal prophet connected the time of the Judges with that of the Kings. Learn why this seer held such a prominent place that Peter would ignore the preceding prophets saying, "Yes, and all the prophets, from Samuel and those who follow" (Acts 3:24).

ThThurs: John Pt. 13

Christ spoke often of the Father. Still, He preached an egocentric message. Jesus said: follow Me · believe in Me · abide in Me · do all for My sake · confess Me · love Me · come to Me · keep My commandments · receive Me · seek Me · I bear witness of Myself · I am the truth · I am the life. Should a created being direct most attention to the Father, or focus upon himself? Bible teachers use a handful of verses to establish Christ's identity.

ThThurs: John Pt. 12

Christ spoke often of the Father. Still, He preached an egocentric message. Jesus said: follow Me · believe in Me · abide in Me · do all for My sake · confess Me · love Me · come to Me · keep My commandments · receive Me · seek Me · I bear witness of Myself · I am the truth · I am the life. Should a created being direct most attention to the Father, or focus upon himself? Bible teachers use a handful of verses to establish Christ's identity. As is his style, Bob Enyart starts with a sweeping overview of the Bible to address the deity of Christ.

ThThurs: Revelation Pt. 10

* Revelation: The Book of Revelation vents God's final warning toward those who will not follow Him. Often clouded in mystery, this book has eluded the understanding of millions, and has been used as a pretext for many false prophets. Bob Enyart presents this conclusion of Scripture in light of the Bible's overview. This clear method of study helps to cut through much of the confusion regarding Revelation.

ThThurs: Revelation Pt. 9

* Revelation: The Book of Revelation vents God's final warning toward those who will not follow Him. Often clouded in mystery, this book has eluded the understanding of millions, and has been used as a pretext for many false prophets. Bob Enyart presents this conclusion of Scripture in light of the Bible's overview. This clear method of study helps to cut through much of the confusion regarding Revelation.

ThThurs: 2 Corinthians Pt. 6

What We Believe and Why We Believe It* 2 Corinthians: Paul constructed Second Corinthians as a key for understanding all of the Pauline Epistles, especially for the Christians who doubt the unique teaching that Jesus revealed through this Apostle.