Resources relating to Jesus the Messiah, His Deity and full equality with the Father, His birth, life, death, and resurrection.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

The sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross finds its roots in the Old Testament's sin-bearing sacrificial system. Jesus became redemption, propitiation, and recompense for those who put their faith in Him. The New Covenant also finds its roots in the "old" covenant made with Israel at Sinai. Though the people of Israel have rejected Jesus, a day is coming when "all Israel will be saved".

This is Session 7, part 2 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love -...

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

The sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross finds its roots in the Old Testament's sin-bearing sacrificial system. Jesus became redemption, propitiation, and recompense for those who put their faith in Him. The New Covenant also finds its roots in the "old" covenant made with Israel at Sinai. Though the people of Israel have rejected Jesus, a day is coming when "all Israel will be saved".

This is Session 7, part 1 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love -...

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

The sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross finds its roots in the Old Testament's sin-bearing sacrificial system. Jesus became redemption, propitiation, and recompense for those who put their faith in Him. The New Covenant also finds its roots in the "old" covenant made with Israel at Sinai. Though the people of Israel have rejected Jesus, a day is coming when "all Israel will be saved".

This is Session 7 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love - Rediscovering the...

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

In the Bible's story of redemptive history, Jesus of Nazareth is undoubtedly the central figure. This session ties Jesus to the story of Israel, the Davidic covenant, the message of John the Baptist, and several other elements of the Old Testament narrative.

This is Session 6, part 2 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love - Rediscovering the Essentials of Christianity.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

In the Bible's story of redemptive history, Jesus of Nazareth is undoubtedly the central figure. This session ties Jesus to the story of Israel, the Davidic covenant, the message of John the Baptist, and several other elements of the Old Testament narrative.

This is Session 6, part 1 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love - Rediscovering the Essentials of Christianity.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on December 18, 2014

In the Bible's story of redemptive history, Jesus of Nazareth is undoubtedly the central figure. This session ties Jesus to the story of Israel, the Davidic covenant, the message of John the Baptist, and several other elements of the Old Testament narrative.

This is Session 6 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love - Rediscovering the Essentials of Christianity.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 26, 2014

Unlike the modern, Platonic idea of eternity as "timelessness", the Bible views time in a linear fashion, beginning with creation and continuing on forever. This session begins to lay the groundwork for the story of Scripture and the hope of the age to come.

This is Session 1 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love - Rediscovering the Essentials of Christianity.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 26, 2014

Unlike the modern, Platonic idea of eternity as "timelessness", the Bible views time in a linear fashion, beginning with creation and continuing on forever. This session begins to lay the groundwork for the story of Scripture and the ages to come.

These are notes for Session 1 of the class Faith, Hope, and Love - Rediscovering the Essentials of Christianity.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 24, 2014

“Thanksgiving” is a concept seen throughout the Scriptures. Although it’s good that Americans set aside a Thursday every November to be intentionally thankful, the Bible says much more about giving thanks than just one day a year can handle. Christian gratitude is rooted in the story of the Gospel.

In this teaching given in November 2014 in College Station, TX, Josh walks through the story of the Bible and explains why thanksgiving must be experienced and not merely be words on our lips.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 24, 2014

“Thanksgiving” is a concept seen throughout the Scriptures. Although it’s good that Americans set aside a Thursday every November to be intentionally thankful, the Bible says much more about giving thanks than just one day a year can handle. Christian gratitude is rooted in the story of the Gospel.

In this teaching given in November 2014 in College Station, TX, Josh walks through the story of the Bible and explains why thanksgiving must be experienced and not merely be words on our lips.

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