Category Archives: Biblical Theology

Anatomy of the Bible Mastery Boot Camp, Part 2

Putting together an interactive DVD video teaching series is a slow, time-consuming process. It’s been a learning curve for my wife and me with not a few mistakes and do-overs. Combining audio and visual and a follow-along course notebook has … Continue reading

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Two Major Goals of the Bible Mastery Boot Camp

The Bible Mastery Boot Camp has two major goals that can and must be accomplished. These are based on the mission and purpose of the Bible Mastery Boot Camp, which is to make it available in every county and province … Continue reading

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How to Win the War

In north Idaho, the local media recently covered a joint press conference of the Human Rights Task Forces to condemn “remarks made by a white supremacist” who (they say) “falsely” labeled this “region as ‘very white’ and ‘very racist.’” The … Continue reading

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Anatomy of the Bible Mastery Boot Camp, Part 1

You may have heard of our project called the Bible Mastery Boot Camp. It is a video teaching presentation that is designed to take almost anyone step-by-step through the Bible. Our interactive approach is not just to teach, but to … Continue reading

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A Biblical Expose on Memorial Day

Another Memorial Day has come and gone with the usual, heartfelt “remembrance” for those who have suffered and died “for our great country.” It is the obligatory test of patriotism to pay tribute to “the fallen heroes” who made the … Continue reading

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The Royal Wedding: Push for Diversity

It was one of the most celebrated events in Britain. It was history in the making: a high level, racially mixed wedding between Prince Harry and bi-racial Meghan Markle. The world was watching as the media promoted the anticipated spectacle … Continue reading

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A Welcome Confirmation about the Identity of Israel

The modern-day identity of Israel is critical. For those who are aware that the biblical Israelites today are not the Jews but those of northwestern European stock, there are many evidences today of that fact. Once in a while, there … Continue reading

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Bible Mastery Boot Camp Update

My wife and I had a great time at the Homecoming Conference in Branson last week. I didn’t get a head count, but there were at least 100 people there. Wonderful fellowship! As the conference progressed, more and more enthusiasm … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Global Government

We might be inclined to believe that the federal government of the United States and the concept of national government sovereignty are still intact as originally intended and conceived. We might be inclined to believe that the Constitution for the … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Normal

If you randomly asked ten people how today’s normal would be described in respect to, let’s say, family or sexuality, what would they say? What is normal today and who decides that? Why is it important? Because unless you have … Continue reading

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