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HTSBOC Lesson 9 Colossians 2 Part 1

Posted on Jul 8, 2019 in How To Study the Bible in its Original Context

HTSBOC Lesson 9 Colossians 2 Part 1

Join Paul as he continues to helps us understand how to study the bible in its original context. This is one of those scriptures where a quick read will allow tradition to teach us instead of proper context. What were the false teachings? Who did they originate from? this is part 1 of 3 on lesson 9 to get us the cultural background.

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HTSBOC |Colossians 2 | Lesson 9 | Trailer

Posted on Jul 8, 2019 in How To Study the Bible in its Original Context

HTSBOC |Colossians 2 | Lesson 9  | Trailer

What is the background of Colossians? Where did these false teachings come from? What was the first false philosophy and where does it show up in history? How is Colossians 2 usually interpreted and why is this incorrect?

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HTSBOC | Creation and Sukkot | WEEK 8 | Genesis 1 and John 7-8 | Part 3

Posted on Apr 16, 2019 in How To Study the Bible in its Original Context

HTSBOC | Creation and Sukkot | WEEK 8 | Genesis 1 and John 7-8 | Part 3

Join Pastor Paul as he concludes this teaching connecting Creation and Sukkot as well as the theme of light, ultimately found in Yeshua as he declares Himself the Living Water and the Light of the world, taking us back to Creation. May we all remember that our bible is just one inspired book, sent by God to reveal Himself to HIs people who will receive HIs grace by faith.

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What Did Yeshua Write in the Sand?

Posted on Apr 16, 2019 in How To Study the Bible in its Original Context

What Did Yeshua Write in the Sand?

For the complete teaching see the series HTSBOC week 8 Creation and Sukkot. Join Paul for this eye-opening teaching on Yeshua and the adulteress woman. How did Yeshua respond compared to how her accusers responded? What did he write in the sand and does it fit the context of Jeremiah 17 and that moment in John 8? Let’s look at this short teaching that is part of a bigger teaching, referenced above.

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