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Weekly Bible Teaching: Spiritual Battle

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by Rev. John Cortright from September 14, 2014

Ezekiel Class

The Prophet Ezekiel lived in exile during the Babylonian captivity, covering the time period just before and just after the destruction of the first Temple in 586 BC. Visions recorded by the prophet show incredible revelation from Yahweh. This Biblical Education Class (BEC) will explore both the historical and eschatological context. The truths presented in this course will be of interest to both the seasoned Bible student as well as... more>>

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Truth Matters is a collection of 26 episodes addressing key biblical topics such as the kingdom of God, salvation, and the one God. Each interview runs about 30 minutes and may be downloaded for free. exists in order to promote the fearless pursuit of truth concerning God and Jesus from a biblical and historical perspective. Christian monotheists (also called biblical unitarians) believe that Jesus must be taken seriously when he says that his Father is the only true God (John 17.3). This website promotes the simple truth that "God is one" by providing free articles, mp3s, and videos.

Before the Kingdom comes, a terrible time of darkness, violence, and tribulation will come. Just when it seems that all hope is lost, Jesus will come in the clouds, resurrect his followers, and establish his reign on the earth.

The dead are asleep until the resurrection. They are not floating on clouds, haunting old houses, burning under the earth, or beholding the face of God in heaven. At death the whole person ceases from life as God ordained it from the begining. Resurrection is the only escape from death, which is why it is so often mentioned in the Bible. In contrast, the heaven-at-death concept is totally foreign and was the result of the Church Fathers reading Plato into the Bible.

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