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Interpreting Revelation

Pastor Stephen teaches us the unique attributes of Revelation as literature, and how to interpret it from an idealist perspective.

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Meaning vs. Application

Mr. Wright addresses the common pitfall of carelessly applying the "face-value" meaning Bible verses without considering the textual and historical context in which it was written.

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The Holy Spirit's Role in Bible Study

Pastor Stephen explains the role of the Holy Spirit in the study of God's Word, discussing issues such as levels of Scriptural understanding, the blindness of unbelievers, and lectio divina.

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Is There A Hidden Spiritual Meaning?

Mr. Wright discusses the issue of extracting secret, spiritual meaning out of a scriptural passage that is not plainly revealed in the text.

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Studying the Bible: Sentences

Mr. Wright teaches us a grammar lesson on sentence structure that help us mine for the truths found in the individual sentences in Scripture.

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The Interpretive Journey

Pastor Stephen gives us the five steps of proper biblical interpretation.

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Idolatrous Atheism/Conclusion

The final installment of a 9-week series on basic presuppositional apologetics. Pastor Stephen wraps up by showing how atheism is idolatry, summarizes the reason for our study in apologetics, and gives a teaser for the next series.

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Apologetics as Defense: The Problem of Evil, Part 2

Part 8 of a 9-week series on basic presuppositional apologetics. Pastor Stephen gives his view on how we can reconcile the existence of God with the existence of evil.

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Apologetics as Proof, Part 1

Pastor Stephen defines faith from a biblical perspective, and discusses how it relates to proof and evidence for Christianity.

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The Role of the Gospel in Apologetics

Part 3 of an 9-week series on basic presuppositional apologetics. Mr. Wright, an experienced evangelist, shares about the message and goal of apologetics; the Gospel. Without the Gospel, any apologetic effort is worthless.

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