The Historical Reliability of the New Testament (part 2) – 2 Peter 1:16-18 (sermon audio)

Many skeptics argue that we cannot trust the New Testament documents to be accurately telling the truth about Jesus and the church. We can answer those charges by examining several lines of evidence regarding the historical reliability of the New Testament.  In this lesson, we consider whether or not the New Testament contains eyewitness testimony, and then examine how we can know that the New Testament as we have it is an accurate translation of what was written in the first century.

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A Word Fitly Spoken – Proverbs 25:11 (sermon audio)

Many passages of Scripture speak to the importance of how we use our words.  Today we consider three ways we ought to use our words: to bless God, to build up, and to bring others to Christ.

The Historical Reliability of the New Testament (part 1) – 2 Peter 1:16-18 (sermon audio)

We live in a day and age when no matter where you turn, media outlets and individuals are constantly making up or exaggerating stories in order to advance their own personal agendas. How do we know that the writers of the New Testament weren’t doing just that?  Can we be sure that what the New Testament tells us about Jesus is what actually happened 2000 years ago in Palestine?  As it turns out, we can, and in this lesson and in following lessons, we’re going to examine some ways that we can know that to be true.

The Organization of the Church – 9/9/18 Sunday Bible Class

Teacher: Matt Burleson
As we think about the work that Christians are to be doing, it’s necessary that we think of how God has organized the church so that the work can be best carried out.  In his wisdom, God has made Christ the head, and the church his body, and each congregation is to be organized in a specific way, with elders and deacons who lead and serve the members of the body.