This silent video is not in Youtube. You're free to add your own music or commentary. The Youtube trailer description, follows below. The Word search makes it clear that 'obey' means HEARING THE WORD. Big difference, versus what Christians imagine!
Verbal Plenary Inspiration is the theological term given to the truth that the Bible is inspired-of-God only with respect to the original words of the original writers of Bible. Here you'll see why that's valid in only 4 mins, but I traced all the occurrences. You can download them directly, via my album of the originals, here: Hupakouo vids for download
Briefly, Greek term hupakouw means "to listen, believe, AND AS A RESULT obey" -- but is usually truncated to "obey" in English Bibles, which thus leads to a lot of false doctrine out there. We think of something WE do when we hear "obey", and the stress is thus on do's, works, etc.
That's not at all the meaning in Greek: rather, "hupo" means "under", and "akouw" means "to listen, heed" -- stress on BELIEVING what you hear -- so you stand "under" what you hear, because you BELIEVE.
That makes all the difference in interpretation. For WHAT you believe, is what you obey. So if you're not HEARING the Word of God, then you're not aggregating it in your soul, and what you're obeying instead, is YOUR idea of things. So, you're not obeying God. Lots of folks will be embarrassed at the Judgement Seat of Christ because they didn't listen, live on Bible -- and instead, obeyed other stuff. Only the Word works: that's THE theme of Bible, and this tracing of hupakouw proves it.
It's a Hebraism, most common translation for the Hebrew "shemah", which means the same thing, famously used in Deuteronomy 6:4.
So, since you only decide what doctrines are in the Bible by what the Bible tells you through its OWN words -- you have to do a word search on hupakouw, to see what GOD means by it. So the first video does that search, in the NT. The others will be searches in the OT, to show how Hebrew shemah is tracked by hupakouw, so when you read the latter in the NT, you should always interpret it in light of its OT usage.
File Name: OrigOThupakouwB.avi, 7/2/08 in hupakouw folder .