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Basic Bible Doctrine

An Overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation (Part 7) - Hebrews to Revelation

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72:05 minutes (21.73 MB)

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N. The book of Hebrews

An Overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation (Part 6) - Acts to Philemon

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55:10 minutes (16.64 MB)

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3. The Book of Acts
A. The book of Acts (The Acts of the Apostles) was written in the first century AD, likely in the 60's AD.

An Overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation (Part 5) - Matthew to John

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52:11 minutes (15.76 MB)

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IV. An overview of the New Testament and its major characters and events
1. The major characters in the NT
A. Jesus Christ

An Overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation (Part 4) - Isaiah to Malachi

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66:37 minutes (20.1 MB)

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3. The prophets (major and minor)
A. The book of Isaiah

An Overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation (Part 3) - 1 Kings to Song of Solomon

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60:00 minutes (18.08 MB)

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F. The book of 1 Kings

An Overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation (Part 2) - Exodus to 2 Samuel

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55:30 minutes (16.74 MB)

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C. The book of Exodus
i. The book of Exodus was written by Moses between 1533 - 1494 BC.

An Overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation (Part 1) - Genesis

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56:11 minutes (16.95 MB)

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I. The purpose of this study

The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (Heb 6:1-2) (Part 6) - Eternal Judgment - Questions and Objections About Hell

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78:38 minutes (23.73 MB)


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5. Why do we all deserve hell?

The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (Heb 6:1-2) (Part 5) - Eternal Judgment - The Justice of Eternal Judgment

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68:22 minutes (20.57 MB)


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F. Lake of fire

The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (Heb 6:1-2) (Part 4) - Eternal Judgment - Hell

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84:01 minutes (25.35 MB)


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6. Eternal judgment (Heb 6:2)
A. The judgment of the wicked is eternal.

The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (Heb 6:1-2) (Part 3) - Laying on of Hands; Resurrection of the Dead

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68:34 minutes (20.71 MB)


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4. Laying on of hands (Heb 6:2)

The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (Heb 6:1-2) (Part 2) - The Doctrine of Baptisms

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69:49 minutes (21.15 MB)


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3. Doctrine of baptisms (Heb 6:2)

The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (Heb 6:1-2) (Part 1) - Repentance From Dead Works; Faith Toward God

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78:46 minutes (23.78 MB)


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The Principles of the Doctrine of Christ (Heb 6:1-2)

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 17) - The Second Coming of Christ

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59:51 minutes (12.46 MB)

XIII. The Second Coming of Christ
1. This Basic Bible Doctrine series started by covering things that took place before time began and will end by covering things that will take place after time ends.
2. What will the second coming of Christ be like? How will we know when it happens?
A. When Jesus left this earth after His resurrection, angels told the disciples who watched him depart into heaven that he would return in like manner (Act 1:9-11).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 16) - Christian Duty

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75:48 minutes (15.74 MB)

XII. Christian Duty
1. So you know and understand who the true God is, what the true word of God is, how to study and understand the Bible, that men by nature are totally depraved and condemned under sin, that Jesus Christ saved His elect eternally by grace alone, that belief and obedience of the gospel saves God's children temporally, and that believers ought to be baptized and added to a true church that worships God in spirit and in truth.
A. At this point, if you understand and believe all of the above, you should be a baptized member of a true New Testament church.

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 15) - True Worship

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87:53 minutes (18.27 MB)

XI. True Worship
1. The necessity of worshipping God in truth.
A. God must be worshipped in spirit and in truth (Joh 4:24).
i. Truth - I. The quality of being true. 1. a. The character of being, or disposition to be, true to a person, principle, cause, etc.; faithfulness, fidelity, loyalty, constancy, steadfast allegiance.
II. 5. a. Conformity with fact; agreement with reality; accuracy, correctness, verity (of statement or thought).
ii. True worshippers worship God in truth (Joh 4:23).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 14) - The Local Church

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78:01 minutes (16.23 MB)

X. The Local Church
1. A church is a congregation of people (Heb 2:12 c/w Psa 22:22; Act 7:38 c/w Exo 16:2).
2. There is more than one type of church found in the scriptures.
A. In the last section, it was shown that baptism adds a person to the church. In this section, it will be shown which church is under consideration.
B. The Bible speaks of the universal church comprised of all the redeemed from all time as the church (Heb 12:22-23).
i. This is the whole family of God (Eph 3:15).
ii. This church is the bride that Christ died for (Eph 5:25-27).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 13) - Baptism (Part 2)

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68:03 minutes (14.13 MB)

vi. What about "household baptisms" in the Bible?
a. Let's examine each of the five "household baptisms" in the Bible.
b. Cornelius' house (Act 10:47-48).
1) It is true that more than Cornelius was baptized by Peter.
2) Cornelius had invited his kinsmen and near friends to hear Peter (Act 10:24).
3) The members of Cornelius' house were all old enough to fear God, since he feared God with ALL his house, which could not include infants as they are too young to fear God (Act 10:2).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 12) - Baptism (Part 1)

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81:41 minutes (17.03 MB)

IX. Baptism
1. What is baptism?
A. Baptism - 1. The action or ceremony of baptizing; immersion of a person in water, or application of water by pouring or sprinkling, as a religious rite, symbolical of moral or spiritual purification or regeneration, and, as a Christian ordinance, betokening initiation into the Church.
B. Baptize - Etymology - [a. F. baptise-r, -izer (11th c.), ad. L. baptiza-re, ad. Gr. βaπτξειν ‘to immerse, bathe, wash, drench,’ in Christian use appropriated to the religious rite, f. βάπτειν to dip, plunge, bathe.]

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 11) - The Purpose of the Gospel

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69:27 minutes (14.48 MB)

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VIII. The Purpose of the Gospel
1. A common question which is often asked when someone first hears of the doctrine of sovereign grace is: "If God chose people to save before He even created the world, then what is the point of preaching the gospel?".

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 10) - Temporal Salvation

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78:35 minutes (16.36 MB)

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VII. Temporal Salvation
1. The Bible makes a distinction between things that are temporal and things that are eternal (2Co 4:18).
A. Temporal - 1. Lasting or existing only for a time; passing, temporary. Now rare or merged in 2.

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 09) - Salvation by Grace

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62:51 minutes (13.08 MB)

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VI. Salvation by Grace (Eternal Salvation)
1. Given that men by nature under sin are spiritually dead, unrighteous, and filthy and cannot seek, understand, please, nor believe in God; if man will be reconciled to God and spared eternal punishment, it is God who must save the sinner.

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 08) - The Wages of Sin is Death

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61:59 minutes (12.86 MB)

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V. The Wages of Sin is Death
1. As was before proved, men inherited a sinful nature from Adam (Rom 5:12; Eph 2:3).
A. We not only inherited a sinful nature, but we have all sinned ourselves (Rom 5:12; Rom 3:23).
i. Sin is the transgression of the law (1Jo 3:4).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 07) - Total Depravity (Part 2)

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57:51 minutes (12.06 MB)

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iii. They don't seek after God (Rom 3:11).
a. The wicked will not seek after God, nor do they think about God (Psa 10:4).
1) They do not seek God because they do not mind the things of the Spirit, but rather the things of the flesh (Rom 8:5).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 06) - Total Depravity (Part 1)

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61:29 minutes (12.78 MB)

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IV. The Nature of Man (Total Depravity)
1. When Adam and Eve were created by God, they were created very good (Gen 1:27,31).
A. They were created in God's very own image.
B. They were pure and had no concept of evil (Gen 2:25).
C. God made man upright (Ecc 7:29).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 05) - Bible Interpretation (Part 2)

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91:14 minutes (19.04 MB)

3. The rules of Bible interpretation.
A. There are no contradictions in the Bible.
i. When prophets prophesied, they had to do it according to the proportion of faith (Rom 12:6).
a. According adv. - According to. a. In a manner agreeing with, consistent with, or answering to; agreeably to.
b. Proportion - 1. A portion or part in its relation to the whole; a comparative part, a share; sometimes simply, a portion, division, part.

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 04) - Bible Interpretation (Part 1)

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63:29 minutes (13.18 MB)

I. Bible Interpretation (hermeneutics)
1. The origin of sound Bible interpretation.
A. Man is supposed to live by every word of God (Mat 4:4).
i. It is by God's word that we get understanding (Psa 119:104).
ii. The Bible is a light and a lamp to show us the way (Psa 119:105; Pro 6:23).
B. Therefore it would make sense that the Bible would tell us how to interpret itself, which it does.
2. Some prerequisites for understanding the Bible.
A. The Bible can be understood; it is not some dark book shrouded in mystery.

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 03) - God's Word (Part 2)

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55:25 minutes (11.52 MB)

5. The means of the preservation of the scriptures.
A. Some say that God only inspired His word in the original autographs.
B. The original autographs no longer exist, therefore either 1) God lied when he said His words would be preserved forever, or 2) He preserved them in copies and/or translations.
C. God is well able to, and has, preserved His scriptures in copies.
i. Moses and the stone tablets.
a. God gave Moses the "original autographs" which He personally wrote (Exo 31:18).
b. Moses destroyed the "original autographs" (Exo 32:19).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 02) - God's Word (Part 1)

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66:09 minutes (13.84 MB)

II. God's Word
1. Throughout time, God has spoken to men by various and different means (Heb 1:1).
A. Sundry - Having an existence, position, or status apart; separate, distinct.
B. Divers - Different or not alike in character or quality; not of the same kind.
2. God spoke by the prophets in the Old Testament times (Heb 1:1).
A. The law that God gave by the prophets was spoken by means of angels (Heb 2:2).
i. The law of Moses was ordained by angels (Gal 3:19).

Basic Bible Doctrine (Part 01) - Existence of God

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88:30 minutes (18.37 MB)

Basic Bible Doctrine

I. The Existence and Nature of God
1. The Bible declares that there is only one God (Isa 44:6-8; 1Co 8:6).
2. Even without the revelation of God, man can reason from the creation and know that there is an eternal and omnipotent God who created all things.
A. The visible things that are seen prove the existence of the invisible God who is not seen (Rom 1:20).
B. The heavens declare the glory of God (Psa 19:1).
C. The heavens declare His righteousness (Psa 50:6; Psa 97:6).
D. The creation teaches us that God created it (Job 12:7-10).

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