Bible Lesson: Matter Focus: Jesus heals a man with a withered hand, found in Section 4 of this week’s Bible Lesson Article from the Christian Science Sentinel: “Seeing and Acknowledging” by Annie M. Knott (to access, click the article’s title or the green Article button above) Excerpt: “Addressing himself to the afflicted mortal, he [Jesus] bade him ‘Stand forth.’ He …
Bible Lesson: Substance Focus: Jesus abides with Zacchaeus, found in Section 4 of this week’s Bible Lesson Article from the Christian Science Sentinel: “The Coming of the Son of Man” by Ezra W. Palmer (to access, click the article’s title or the green Article button above) Excerpt: “Christian Scientists rejoice in the coming of the Son of man. By their …
This video vignette covers Paul’s final speech to the elders who come to visit him at Miletus.
Coming Soon . . . This video discusses the resurrection of Eutychus at Troas.
This video vignette discusses the circumstances surrounding Paul’s imprisonment at Caesarea Maritima. We will learn about Paul’s character under severe challenges. In one’s scholar’s words, “Attacked at every point of his, [Paul] does not shrink from the contest, he redoubles his energies – everywhere confronts his adversaries and never for one moment doubting victory.”
This video discusses the first recorded “miracle” in John’s Gospel – the wedding feast in Cana of Galilee where Christ Jesus turns water into wine. The question is asked: are we ready to give up substitutes for God’s revelation and put on the new way of doing things through pure inspiration from God?
This video discusses the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist and how this event will confirm the divine presence and power in his Messianic mission. We will also consider the question: what does it mean when we’re told that Jesus will baptize with the Holy Ghost and with fire?
Earliest Known Draft of King James Bible Is Found, Scholar Says
Historic discovery: Archaeologists find Biblical city Sodom which was ‘destroyed by God’
Historic discovery from Pompeii: Is it possible that the earliest existing picture of a scene from the Bible portraying King Solomon also includes the philosophers Socrates and Aristotle as onlookers?