8 “P”s of the Gospel in Acts and the Epistles (2 of 4)

7290794228_43de52f452_bIf you’ve been following this series in “Theology Thursdays”, you know that we’re identifying specific truths in the one consistent message of Good News from cover-to-cover in God’s Word.

Today’s video follows up on the last few weeks on the 8 “P”s of the Gospel in Jesus’ life and in Jesus’ teaching and in the Acts and Epistles (part 1 of 4).  Last week, we began reviewing the “Presence of Christ” and the “Plain-Speaking of Christ”.  So we’ll pick up where we left off with a look at the “Protection of Christ” and more in the book of Acts and the Epistles.  If you haven’t viewed the introduction, Seeing the Consistent Gospel of Christ in 8 “P”s from Genesis to Revelation, you may want to start there for a more general overview.

Please note that, at the time of publication, I created this video series as an Army Chaplain to email to my unit (spread out over 11 countries and, therefore, beyond my reach for traditional face-to-face ministry) as a way of serving them daily.  Hence, each begins with a legal disclaimer and ends with my contact information.  I hope they’re not a distraction.


You may also interested in two separate “how to” video:  Understanding and Applying the Bible and B.E. S.C.R.I.P.T.T.T.U.R.A.L.. on the tab, “Theology Thursdays”.  The first describes a simple three-step inductive approach to books of the Bible.  The second uses an acronym to guide you in considering twelve points for a deeper study of Scripture.  We will use these models to study whole books of the Bible.  In order to keep the series shorter, we will only be studying books with six chapters or less.  The series on Philippians is complete.  God willing, I will post the series on Lamentations in a few weeks.


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