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Who is This Man?


Ephesians has been called "The Grand Canyon of Scripture because of its grand theme, and because of the majesty of Christ revealed therein.

Chap. 1: He is the Redeemer (1:7), the One in whom and by whom history will ultimately be consummated (1:10); He is the Resurrected Lord who has not only risen over death and hell, but who reigns as King, pouring His life through His body, the church - the present expression of Himself on earth (1:15-23).


Chap. 2: He is the Peacemaker who has reconciled man to God and who makes possible reconciliation of man to man as well (2:11-18); and He is the Chief Cornerstone of the new temple consisting of His own people to be  indwelt by God Himself (2:19-22).


Chap. 3: He is the Treasure in whom life's unsearchable riches are found (3:8); and He is the indweller of human hearts, securing us in the love of God (3:17-10).


Chap. 4: Jesus is the Giver of ministry gifts to His church (4:7-11); and He is the Victor who has broken hell's ability to keep humankind captive (4:8-10).

Chap. 5 He is the Model Husband; unselfishly giving Himself to enhance His bride - His church (5:25-27, 32)


Chap. 6: He is the Lord, Mighty in Battle, the resource of strength for His own as their armor for spiritual warfare (6:10)
Spirit Filled Life Bible - New King James Version, Book of Ephesians  Thomas Nelson Publishers


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Spring Semester 2016


&  GRK100 Why study Greek? If the KJV adequately renders the teachings of Apostle Paul, why do we need to study Greek? Why should we bother with the study of Greek? Consider: (1) making sense of the information that Bible software shows (2) finding what the Greek words mean (3) seeing the author’s flow of thought and his central message (4) reading good commentaries and using other biblical tools that make use of Greek. This course will help you unlock the beauty and mystery of the Greek language. Textbook: Basics of Biblical Greek Workbook by William D. Mounce $20.00


&  HCH205 How did we get here? From (Acts 2:42 They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer) to where we are in the twenty-first century and it's not clear what the future of the church looks like. Take a closer look at the rapid growth of evangelical and Pentecostal Christianity in the southern hemisphere, the decline in traditional mainline denominations. Also, study how Christianity intersects with other religions in countries all over the world. Text: “Church History in Plain Language” by Bruce Shelley. $20.00




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