In this episode Brother Jonathan talks about faith and examples of Biblical faith from Hebrews 11 in Noah, Abraham, and Moses. Sometimes we wonder how it is that we are to walk by faith. In this episode Brother Jonathan discusses how scripture tells us to.
In this episode Brother Jonathan discusses what biblical faith is, what biblical faith is not, and some things associated with it.
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In this episode Brother Jonathan talks about the life of King Josiah, and some applications that we are to take away from it.
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This episode concludes our series discussing Bible versions. Brother Jonathan briefly reviews some things, talks some more about Textual Criticism, and goes over the issue of the last 12 verses of Mark. It truly serves as an example of the differences in thinking that underlie the scholars behind the different Bible Versions.
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In this episode Brother Jonathan briefly talks about B.F. Westcott and F.J.A. Hort. There is a lot said about these two men, and a lot of quotations are thrown around. The question is, are they really as important as people make them out to be?
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In this episode Brother Jonathan talks about the good and bad points of James White's book The King James Only Controversy: Can you trust the modern translations?
We hear a lot today from certain people and ministries about having to "learn to discern" God's voice. But is that true? Is it Biblical? What does the Bible tell us about hearing from God in a special revelation?
In this episode Brother Jonathan discusses the Recension Theory, the Genealogical method, and the maxim "Ancient Evidence Only". Also, the marginal references to the "oldest and best" manuscripts are considered. Is there a text that is really "better"?
*The problems with the audio on the original ending of this episode have been fixed.
In this episode Brother Jonathan talks about the gospel, how some things are incorrectly made the focus in explaining the gospel to people, and how the gospel is reasonable when it is laid out Biblically.
How do Bible scholars interpret all the manuscripts that we have? When they are different, how do they determine which one is right? With quotes from James White, F.J.A Hort, F.H.A. Scrivener, E.C. Colwell, William Norman Pickering, and John William Burgon.
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