1. Strong, Healthy Marriages

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    from St. Albans Anglican MBM / Added

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    The Bible begins and ends with a Marriage. Watch as Dan explained God's vision for Marriage. We get some very practical help Marriage councils from David and Ann Rahtz. Additionally Scott sings a song about his marriage and lastly we hear from a married couple speaking about their time of dating.

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    • Paradisiac Bestiary

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      "Paradisiac bestiary" is exploring various realms of the biblical sin, focusing on totemic elements and also on the christian symbol of the apple as the main epic pretext for the escape from the garden of Eden. Reinterpreting the fall from paradise using pagan ritualistic masks, the four characters challenge their identities as they're planning to be their own gods, apart from what christianity teaches us. In the rise/dawn of the "apocalypse" we certainly must preserve our humour and reinvent ourselves each time we encounter prophets and their prophecies. Each one of us is his own God: start building churches! The bestiary is within you! Paradisiac Bestiary is a film by Cinty Ionescu Director of Photography: Adrian Tudose Editing: Cinty Ionescu Sound Design: Miron Ghiu With: Cinty Ionescu, Miron Ghiu, Dan Tudose, Ovidiu Rogalski

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      • 120129_28

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        from Daniella Nowitz / Added

        A boat on the Sea of Galilee in Israel. Copyright of the Nowitz Collection, 2012.

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        • Doctrine Series Week 4 - Image: God Loves

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          In this talk Ian Rankine looks at what it means for humans to be in the image of God.

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          • 120129_29

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            from Daniella Nowitz / Added

            Skyline of the city of Tiberius on the Sea of Galilee, Israel. Copyright of the Nowitz Collection, 2012.

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            • Biblical Baptism, JCF2

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              from Journey Christian Fellowship / Added

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              • Habakkuk: Why Doesn’t God Seem Fair?

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                Sermon date: February 1, 2015 Message series: Habakkuk: Why Doesn’t God Seem Fair? Presenter: Pastor Andrew Suhr

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                • Dr. Jim Eckman on Biblical Prophecy

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                  Dr. Jim Eckman is visiting Grace Community Church in Newton, Kansas on September 8th & 9th to speak on the importance of biblical prophecy.

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                  • Understanding Spiritual Gifts 5 - UWTS

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                    KETH weekly television weekly broadcast - Up With the Son “Understanding Spiritual Gifts Part 5" Dr. Karl Elkins, CBS Faculty www.cbshouston.edu

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                    • Why the Genealogies? (Luke 3:23-38)

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                      from John MacArthur / Added

                      http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com Genealogies play a significant role in Scripture by rooting the biblical account in history. Because of their importance, the Jews kept very careful genealogical records, which survived until the Romans sacked Jerusalem and burned the temple in A.D. 70. In fact, the genealo­gies recorded by both Matthew and Luke are likely based on those pub­lic records, which were still in existence when they wrote. In addition to the official public records, many families undoubtedly kept private genealogical records. The Old Testament contains numerous genealo­gies (e.g., Gen. 4; 5; 10; 11; 1 Chron. 1--9).The New Testament also alludes to the availability of genealogical records. For example, Anna is identi­fied as a member of the tribe of Asher (Luke 2:36), Barnabas as a mem­ber of the tribe of Levi (Acts 4:36 [cf. Luke 10:32]), and Paul as a member of the tribe of Benjamin (Rom. 11:1; Phil. 3:5). Also, as noted above, Joseph knew that he had to go to Bethlehem for the census "because he was of the house and family of David" (Luke 2:4). Because of the significance of genealogies in the ancient world, Luke's readers would have understood why he included the genealogy of Jesus Christ. It was an essential credential for one claiming to be the Messiah to be a descendant of David. Luke has already given several cre­dentials that establish irrefutably that Jesus is the Messiah.The account of John the Baptist's miraculous birth to an elderly, barren couple intro­duced His prophesied forerunner (Luke 1:17; cf. Isa. 40:3--4; Mal. 3:1)...

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