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Why Such an Apocalyptic Gospel?

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in Audio, Bill Scofield, Eschatology, Teachings, The Kingdom | 0 comments

The Gospel is as provocative now as it was in the times of the Apostles. Apocalyptic refers to conviction that the things which God has promised will be…

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Jewish Particularity and Paul’s Mission to the Gentiles

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Articles, Bill Scofield, Evangelism, Israel, Ministry | 0 comments

The chronicles of Paul’s missionary journeys are marked by numerous discernable patterns. His conviction that he had been called as an apostle to the ethnos (Ro. 1:5, Ro. 11:13, I Ti. 2:7) is…

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Paris, Islam and the Threat of Things to Come

Posted by on Nov 15, 2015 in Banner, Bill Scofield, Blog, Martyrdom, Messiah, Persecution, Suffering, The Cross, Tribulation | 6 comments

This is a rare post on a hot topic. My heart is heavy with much of the world as I read about the events in France and Beirut. I think that we all intuit that, while the death toll is horrific, it signifies something even more ominous for the rest of the world – certainly for the…

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Trinity

Posted by on Nov 7, 2015 in Audio, Banner, Bill Scofield, David Gregory, Father, God, Holy Spirit, Jeremy Johnson, Jesus, Joshua Hawkins, Matthew Paul, Misc, Network Conversations, Teachings, Worldview | 0 comments

The subject of the trinity takes center stage in many discussions throughout the evangelical church. This discussion really asks the question as to what role it should take in the apostolic gospel message.

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“In Christ” and “New Creation”

Posted by on Jun 12, 2015 in Audio, Banner, Bill Scofield, David Gregory, Jeremy Johnson, Joshua Hawkins, Messiah, Network Conversations, Teachings | 2 comments

Within the Church there are several ideas about what it means to be “in Christ” and a “new creation.” This conversation digs deep into the Word to discover what those terms actually mean to the believer.

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Old Testament Scriptures Of The Messianic Kingdom

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015 in Audio, Bill Scofield, Dave Horsman, David Gregory, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, Jeremy Johnson, Joshua Hawkins, Matthew Paul, Messiah, Network Conversations, Teachings, The Kingdom | 0 comments

The Messiah is central to the gospel message and this conversation examines some of the best Old Testament Scriptures that speak of the coming Messianic Kingdom.

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Aliyah

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 in Audio, Bill Scofield, David Gregory, David R, Eschatology, Israel, Jacob's Trouble, Jeremy Johnson, Network Conversations, Richee Parks, Teachings | 0 comments

Simply, this was a conversation around the question, “What is aliyah?”

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The Kingdom – Talking About “Now and Not Yet”

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Audio, Bill Scofield, David Gregory, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, Jeremy Johnson, Joshua Hawkins, Misc, Network Conversations, Resurrection, Richee Parks, Teachings, The Kingdom, Tim Miller, Worldview | 0 comments

There are several views when it comes to what actually is the Kingdom of God. This network conversation discusses around how to talk with those who view the Kingdom as being…

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Stand With Israel

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Audio, Bill Scofield, Henry Bruno, Israel, Jacob's Trouble, Jeremy Johnson, Joshua Hawkins, Matthew Paul, Misc, Mystery, Network Conversations, Teachings | 0 comments

In this current time in history the phrase “Stand With Israel” is commonly heard by many in America. This discussion from different individuals in the DTN network was…

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The Early Church – Why Apocalyptic View Rejected

Posted by on Mar 3, 2015 in Audio, Bill Scofield, Dave Horsman, Eschatology, Jeremy Johnson, Joshua Hawkins, Misc, Network Conversations, Richee Parks, Teachings, Tim Miller, Worldview | 0 comments

In this DTN network conversation the question asked and discussed is, “Why is the apocalyptic view of the early church so rejected among many?”

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