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Is there a "gap" between Genesis 1.1 and Genesis 1.2? I think there is and here is why. 

Introduction

Reasons for "The Gap"

  • Reasons for the Gap [ notes ]
  • Reasons for the Gap, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Reasons for the Gap, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Reasons for the Gap, Part 3 [ audio ]

What Happened in "The Gap"?

  • What happened In The Gap [ notes ]
  • What happened In The Gap, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • What happened In The Gap, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • What happened In The Gap, Part 3 [ audio ]
  • What happened In The Gap, Part 4 [ audio ]
  • What happened In The Gap, Part 5 [ audio ]

Genesis 1: A "Renovation of Creation"

Common Objections to "The Gap"

  • Common Objections [ notes ]
  • Common Objections, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Common Objections, Part 2 [ audio ]
Categoría: Topical

A series on the practical aspects of how to study the Bible.

Introduction

  • Introduction and Requirements [ audio ]
  • Requirements Continued [ audio ]

The Rules

  • Rules Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Rules Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Rules Part 3 [ audio ]
  • Rules Part 4 [ audio ]
  • Rules Part 5 and The Theme of the Bible [ no audio ]

Theme of the Bible

  • The Theme Of The Bible [ audio ]

Things to Come (Eschatology)

  • Things To Come, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Things To Come, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Things To Come, Part 3 [ audio ]

Old Testament Survey

  • OT Survey, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • OT Survey, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • OT Survey, Part 3 [ audio ]
  • OT Survey, Part 4 [ audio ]

New Testament Survey

  • NT Survey, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • NT Survey, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • NT Survey, Part 3 [ audio ]
  • NT Survey, Part 4 [ audio ]

Dispensations

  • Handout #1: Outline [ pdf ]
  • Handout #2: Chart [ pdf ]
  • Dispensations, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Dispensations, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Dispensations, Part 3 [ audio ]
  • Dispensations, Part 4 [ audio ]

The Kingdoms

  • The Kingdoms, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • The Kingdoms, Part 2 [ audio ]

Transition Books: Matthew, Acts, and Hebrews

  • Transitions, Matthew, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Matthew, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Acts, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Acts, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Acts, Part 3 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Acts, Part 4 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Hebrews, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Hebrews, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Transitions, Hebrews, Part 3 [ audio ]

Key Words and Phrases

  • Key Words and Phrases, Part 1 [ no audio ]
  • Key Words and Phrases, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Key Words and Phrases, Part 3 [ audio ]
  • Key Words and Phrases, Part 4 [ audio ]
  • Key Words and Phrases, Part 5 [ audio ]

Pictures and Types

  • Pictures and Types, Part 1 [ audio ]
  • Pictures and Types, Part 2 [ audio ]
  • Pictures and Types, Part 3 [ audio ]
Categoría: Teaching

8. The Conclusion of the Matter

The conclusion to the series: Why the King James Bible?

If  you  do  not  approach  your  Bible  (in  English)  the  same  way  David approached his Bible (some of which even by then was centuries old), then you don't have a book worthy of belief and a God worthy of worship.

  • Psalms 119:31 —  I have stuck unto thy testimonies: O Lord, put me not to shame.
  • Psalms 119:116 — Uphold me according unto thy word, that I may live: and let me not be ashamed of my hope.
  • Psalms 119:159 — Consider how I love thy precepts: quicken me, O Lord, according to thy lovingkindness.
  • Psalms 119:161 — Princes have persecuted me without a cause: but my heart standeth in awe of thy word.
  • Proverbs 22:20-21 — Have not I written to thee excellent things in counsels and knowledge.
  • Proverbs 22:21 — That  I  might  make  thee  know  the  certainty  of  the  words  of  truth;  that  thou mightest answer the words of truth to them that send unto thee?  

You have a decision to make. Did He or didn't He? A lot of that answer will be settled by answering one thing in your own mind: could He or couldn't He? If you know Him, then you know that He could. If you know that He could, then it's no problem believing that He did. And if He really did, then you know what you have in the Authorized Version, the King James Bible.

Categoría: History & Heritage of the Bible

7. The Ideology of our Theology

Downloads: HHB_audio_7.mp3

The seventh message in the series: Why the King James Bible?

How Apostasy Works: Three ways apostasy was working in Paul's day...

  • False knowledge was exalted above the scriptures, 1 Tim 6:20.
  • The literal meaning of scripture was spiritualized away, 2 Tim 2:16-18.
  • Philosophy is substituted for Scripture, Col 2:8.

Thesis: Any time you take away from the authority of the scriptures, you lose some of the anointedness of the Spirit.

  • Point 1: Scholars and Scriptures
  • Point 2: Scribes and Scrolls
  • Point 3: Tying up Loose Ends

Conclusion: Is the King James Bible Scripture?

Timothy had the Scriptures. Timothy’s grandmother knew where to find the Scriptures. Paul says, when you can identify something as Scripture, then you have something that was given by inspiration.  So  the  question  is  not,  Is  the  King  James Bible  inspired?  No,  The question is this: is the King James Bible Scripture? Because if it is, then it is God’s words, given by a process of inspiration. And remember, all through the Bible, the Scripture is not tied to the original writings.

Scripture does not equal originals. Scripture is that which was written and recognized as authoritative.

  • Jesus did not have the originals when he said to search the Scriptures.
  • The disciples did not have  the  originals  when  they  believed  the  Scriptures.
  • Timothy’s  mother  did  not  have  the originals when she taught Timothy the Scriptures.
  • When Paul translated the Hebrew into Greek and  then  quoted  it,  that  was  still  Scripture.

So  Scripture  stands  independent  of  the  originals, irrespective of time, place, language, interveing years, numbers of copyists, etc. Therefore, whenever we can identify Scripture, in our age and in our language, we have something inspired by God.

Categoría: History & Heritage of the Bible