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Complete Bible Framework

Charles Clough

Rather than reading the Bible through the eyes of modern secularism, this provocative six-part course teaches you to read the Bible through its own eyes—as a record of God’s dealing with the human race. When you read it at this level, you will discover reasons to worship God in areas of life you probably never before associated with “religion.”



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2005 Charles Clough
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Compilation of snippets from Charles Clough's 224-lesson Bible Framework series providing an overview of the course.
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Jul 30, 2003 Charles Clough
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Historical, unbelieving, responses to the resurrection event. What is particularly offensive to unbelief about the resurrection? The resurrection confronts each of us with our future, permanent state; threatening “the enemies of Christianity with the consequences of unrepentant death!” Questions and answers.
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May 8, 2003 Charles Clough
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Why we need the Bible Framework. The truths of Scripture must support each other, integrate with human history, and affect every area of knowledge. The biblical definition of “faith.” If you don’t believe in God, you have no basis to make a moral judgment. Examples of applying the Bible Framework. Final questions and answers on the Bible Framework.
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May 1, 2003 Charles Clough
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Review of pre-tribulationism. The four historical objections to pre-tribulationism. The suffering in the Tribulation is not discipline; it is judgment. The purpose of the Bible Framework. We must associate God, man, and nature with the cosmic act (historical event) of Creation. Questions and answers.
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Apr 17, 2003 Charles Clough
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Features of pre-tribulationism that make it the best solution. Critics of pre-tribulationism. Many cults today are modern versions of ancient heresies. The church is not found in Matthew chapter 24. God has very real contingencies in history that do not compromise His sovereignty. Questions and answers.
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Mar 27, 2003 Charles Clough
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A biblical example of how eschatology is used to control one’s soul during historical or personal disaster. Eschatology provides the big picture and gives stability. We don’t feel our way to God; we think our way. The biggest battles in the Christian life are in our soul. Pre-tribulationism and the immanency of the Rapture. The features of pre-tribulationalism. The arguments against pre-tribulationalism. Pre-tribulationism throughout church history. Questions and answers.
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Mar 13, 2003 Charles Clough
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The mid-tribulation Rapture view. The uniqueness of the Tribulation period. Evaluating the three key assertions of the mid-tribulation view. The pre-tribulation Rapture view. Accomplishments of the pre-tribulation position.
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Mar 6, 2003 Charles Clough
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How each Tribulation position attempts to immunize the church from “the wrath of God.” All the judgments in the Tribulation represent “the wrath of God.” Problems with the ¾ Tribulation view. The mid-tribulation Rapture view.
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Feb 27, 2003 Charles Clough
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Relating the story of Israel and the story of the church to the end of history. Problems with the ¾ Tribulation position. Questions and answers.
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The Rapture of the church. The purpose of the Tribulation. Israel’s worldwide blessing, past and future. Problems with post-tribulationism. The ¾ tribulation position. Defining “the wrath of God.” Questions and answers.
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The “Tribulation” and the “Great Tribulation.” The Rapture of the church. The Bema Seat and the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. Comparing and contrasting the Rapture of the church and the Second Coming of Christ. Problems with the post-tribulation view and preterism. Questions and answers.
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The preterist, futurist, and historicist views concerning the church and prophecy. The post-tribulation, mid-tribulation, and pre-tribulation positions concerning the Rapture of the church. Resurrection passages in Scripture. Questions and answers.
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Church history can be seen as the maturing of the “body of Christ,” with respect to understanding God’s Word. The “these things” and “this generation” of Matthew 24:33–34. Preterism has difficulty with the math of Daniel chapter 9 and is, therefore, forced into a non-literal hermeneutic. Preterism must early date the writing of the Book of Revelation. Questions and answers.
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Jan 16, 2003 Charles Clough
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The plan for the church and its termination. Tying in New Testament truths with the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy. The amillennial, postmillennial, and premillennial eschatologies. The only way to avoid opposition to what God is doing in history is to understand what He is doing in history. How preterism redefines scriptural terms. Problem passages for preterism. Questions and answers.
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Man chose to fall while in a sinless environment, revealing that sin’s causes are not environmental. The New Covenant with Israel. Church history. Clarifying what the church is and is not. The future of the church. Preterism. Questions and answers.
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You will not understand the prophecies of the Bible if you do not understand the distinction between Israel and the church. Metaphors for childbirth used in prophecy related to the Kingdom. The terms “Day of the Lord,” “Jacob’s Trouble,” and “Daniel’s 70th Week.” The “Tribulation.” Questions and answers.
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History is a sequence of things that refute man’s excuses and displays man’s depravity. The final milestones of Israel. Resurrection is either to damnation or blessing and is fixed forever, without conversion. Themes common to the church. The Rapture of the church.
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Understanding how Israel functions in history. Israel’s physical and spiritual deliverance. How Old Testament prophets administered the Word of God. Rib proceedings. Technology from the antediluvian civilization. The “glory of God” means that God is concerned with His reputation. Questions and answers.
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The biblical view of history contrasted with the pagan view. Distinctions between measures of progress for Israel and the church. To understand the Word of God, you must understand God’s covenants with Israel. The covenants with Israel, blessings and cycles of national discipline. God follows through on His promises for His own glory. Questions and answers.
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The stages of church history. The Book of Acts should not be considered normative for the Church Age. The issue of oral traditions. What distinguishes Israel from the church? Questions and answers.
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Oct 10, 2002 Charles Clough
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The inter-advent age illustrates judgment/salvation. Five things to associate with judgment/salvation. Christ denied that the church existed in His day. The term “church” does not refer to every believer in every age. The “body of Christ.” Questions and answers.
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Oct 3, 2002 Charles Clough
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Scripture has publicly observable, historical events that no other religion has. Christ’s crucifixion reflects the national refusal to accept Jesus Christ as the Messiah. The three years Jesus Christ was on earth ministering are packed with Old Testament background. The suffering Servant and the glorious King pictures of the Messiah are reconciled by the inter-advent age. Pentecost was the manifestation on earth of Christ’s session in Heaven. Questions and answers.
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Sep 26, 2002 Charles Clough
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Review of the ascension and session of Jesus Christ. Christ’s resurrection body is the first piece of the ultimate eternal universe that will replace the current one. No man can totally suppress his knowledge of God. Aspects of Christ’s ascension and session. Praying in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Questions and answers.
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The reason for and review of the Biblical Framework. The Bible cannot be taught in isolation from everything else. Biblical doctrines should be associated with great biblical events. One reason for anti-Semitism is a hatred for the fact that God runs history His way. The Bible proclaims that God speaks publicly. Questions and answers.
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May 30, 2002 Charles Clough
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The carnal mind is at war with God. There is no neutrality in sanctification. The believer is either maturing or not. The dimensions of sanctification. Every other religion in the world demands that man approach God based on his own merit. What occurs at salvation? Ritual uncleanness, in the Old Testament, related to coming into contact with the results of the fall. Confession and restoration to fellowship. The enemies of sanctification.
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May 23, 2002 Charles Clough
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Sanctification in the Church Age. The phases of sanctification. The aim of sanctification. Jesus Christ’s humanity went through a sanctification process. The dimensions of sanctification. The true definition of “confession.” The means of sanctification. Questions and answers.
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May 16, 2002 Charles Clough
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If God’s revelation is not your authority, something else will be. Evolution is ultimately an irrational belief because it destroys categories and, therefore, destroys logic. Church history: the Modernists versus the Fundamentalists. Fundamentalists believe what was once universally held by all Christians. Ministries of the three Persons of the Trinity. The intersession of God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Questions and answers.
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May 2, 2002 Charles Clough
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Church history. Grace is not a reward for obedience. The connection between the nature of the church and the nature of future things. Premillennialism, amillennialism, and postmillennialism. The church was premillennial for the first 300–400 years of its history. Matter is not inherently evil. Anti-Semitism. The Bible Conference Movement, the Scofield Bible and Fundamentalism. Your view of the nature of the church is intimately related to your eschatology. Questions and answers.
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Church history during the Reformation. The issue of how God’s grace comes to man from the Cross. The three areas of sin. The Council of Trent and the Reformation. Roman Catholic and Protestant definitions of “justification.” The correct definition of sin. What is the purpose, goal, nature, and role of the church? Questions and answers.
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Apr 11, 2002 Charles Clough
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Review of the Framework. Apostolic succession. You can’t understand the Cross of Christ without a firm understanding of God’s justice. The ethical dilemma of all religions without a blood atonement. Debates in church history over human free will and total depravity. In what way are all men related to Adam and the fall? Questions and answers.
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Apr 4, 2002 Charles Clough
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Major doctrinal questions in church history, from Augustine to the Reformation. Lines of evidence for the deity of Christ. Historical church debate over the purpose and results of the work of Christ on the Cross. Questions and answers.
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God the Holy Spirit’s sequencing of the church’s foundation period. The authority for truth resides in the revelation (Scripture) not the human messenger or tradition. The tests for a true prophet. The powerful way the New Testament writers showed that Jesus Christ is God. The many arguments concerning Christ’s deity. Questions and answers.
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Mar 14, 2002 Charles Clough
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Revelation and inspiration are not the same thing. Defining the Canon of Scripture. The sufficiency of Scripture. Is the standard of truth (authority) Scripture or church tradition? Questions and answers.
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Mar 7, 2002 Charles Clough
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Features of the founding period of the church. Why it’s important to study church history. Historically interrupted revelation requires a canon. Apocalyptic literature. The authority of oral tradition versus the authority of written tradition. Questions and answers.
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Feb 28, 2002 Charles Clough
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The works (acts) God the Father causes to come about on behalf of every Church Age believer. If there were not a personal sovereign God, there would be no personal human responsibility. Foreknowledge. Predestination. Calling. Justification. Glorification. Cleansing. God gives different amounts of revelation to different people, in different places, at different times in history. God’s sovereignty over evil and good is applied asymmetrically. Questions and answers.
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In saving man, God’s absolute holiness is protected through the substitutionary, finished work of Christ. Every other religion on earth compromises God’s holiness. The intercessionary chain, concerning the church, between the Members of the Godhead. God is the personal, ultimate, final cause of all things. The concept of causation means something different for the creature than the Creator. God’s foreknowledge. Questions and answers.
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Positional truth. The core issue of the Reformation. God the Father is the ultimate speaker; God the Son is the message spoken; and God the Holy Spirit is the implementation of the message. Resurrection. [Brief Q&A inserted into the lesson: What is eternal life? The Apostle John introduced the idea that eternal life is a present reality for the believer.] Jesus Christ’s priestly intercession.
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Feb 7, 2002 Charles Clough
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The positional truth unique to the Church Age. Things common to every Christian that give meaning and purpose and reveal the content of God’s plan: imputed righteousness; we share in Christ’s resurrection. Questions and answers.
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Jan 31, 2002 Charles Clough
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A story in Acts where divine sovereignty and human responsibility combine. Heresies are like parasites that feed on weaknesses in the church. God uses human means to reach His sovereign ends. There is a personal cause to all things in history. Ministries of God the Holy Spirit on behalf of every believer. Questions and answers.
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The prophesies of Genesis Chapter 9 are related to Paul and Luke’s evangelization of Europe (Acts 16). God the Holy Spirit’s leading of the early church to growth. The dilemma of the early church concerning what is the status of Jewish believers and their relationship to the Law. Paul’s return to Jerusalem. Questions and answers.
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Because of human nature, the Mosaic Law was not successful in motivating obedience. The giving of the Mosaic Law. The Ten Commandments. Most of the Mosaic Law is not repeated in the New Testament. The purpose of the Mosaic Law. Drawing wisdom principles from the Mosaic Law. Questions and answers.
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Jan 10, 2002 Charles Clough
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Jesus Christ predicted what would occur in the Book of Acts. The early church addresses what the function and purpose of the Mosaic Law now is and how it relates to Gentile believers. Questions and answers.
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How God the Holy Spirit developed the early church (continued). Stephen’s apologetic (continued). Anti-Semitism will always receive the cursing of God. Stephen undermines the moral and ethical claim of his accusers with a counterclaim. Questions and answers.
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Stephen’s apologetic (continued). Stephen’s apologetic includes a series of historical events reflecting biblical truths of God’s sovereign mission for Israel. Stephen argues that the pattern of God’s development of the sovereign nation of Israel, in the early centuries, parallels what was done to the Lord Jesus Christ. Stephen’s approach defends him against the charge of attacking the Torah. He uses the Torah to undercut the position of his accusers. Believers should seek to identify...
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Dec 13, 2001 Charles Clough
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How God the Holy Spirit developed the early Church. In the book of Acts, Israel gradually decreased and the Church gradually increased. Stephen’s apologetic (Acts 6, 7). Questions and answers.
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The sealing ministry of God the Holy Spirit. The intercession ministry of God the Holy Spirit. Reasons for suffering. The ministry of God the Holy Spirit related to spiritual gifts. Questions and answers.
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Nov 29, 2001 Charles Clough
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Brief review. The baptism of God the Holy Spirit. What the word “baptism” means and how it’s used in Scripture. Judgment/salvation imagery for the baptism of the Spirit. The function of the baptism of the Spirit. Arguments for the church beginning at Pentecost. Implications of the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Questions and answers.
Since God the Holy Spirit is omnipresent, in what sense did He come to earth? Regeneration. Sin is “intrinsically foreign to who we are as regenerate people in Christ.” What it means for Christ to be begotten. The post-Pentecost indwelling of God the Holy Spirit and His pre-Pentecost ministries. Temple imagery for God the Holy Spirit’s indwelling. Questions and answers.
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Christ’s subordination of role does not imply inferiority of essence. Applications of kenosis and impeccability. The book of Acts is transitional. Ministries of God the Holy Spirit. The purpose of First John. Clearing up “problem passages” in the epistles of First John, Galatians, and Romans. Questions and answers.
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Review of the foundation. Every great biblical truth can be linked to a key event. The Christian faith is a coherent set of sub-beliefs. You cannot believe in the content of biblical stories and deny their historicity. After salvation, the Kingdom of God is expanding the dominion over nature that God gave Adam. The Kingdom of God cannot come by means of fallen man. The life of Christ as background for regeneration (kenosis, impeccability). The basic Christian virtue is humility toward God....
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God’s character does not change, but He does vary the way He works in history. Ministries of God the Holy Spirit throughout Scripture. The doctrine of regeneration. “Eternal life” refers to that life which qualifies for eternal fellowship with God. How the Apostle John and the Apostle Paul approach Christian sin and fellowship with God. Questions and answers.
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Brief review of the life of Christ. Only in the Bible does history have eternal repercussions. How to detect a genuine work of God the Holy Spirit. God the Holy Spirit’s emphasis is always Christ centered. Church creeds and God the Holy Spirit. Historical controversies concerning Jesus Christ and God the Holy Spirit. The person and work of God the Holy Spirit. God the Holy Spirit was “with” believers prior to Pentecost and is “in” believers after.
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May 10, 2001 Charles Clough
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The idea of union with Christ is first seen at Saul’s Damascus road experience. How God expects believers to be obedient in one dispensation is different for believers in other dispensations. The human body is designed by God to glorify God as no other part of the universe can. The baptism of the Holy Spirit takes us out of union with the first Adam and puts us in union with the Second Adam (Jesus Christ). Cessation. The Trinity and God the Holy Spirit. Questions and answers.
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A parable of Christ that foretells events recorded in Acts. A quick survey of the Book of Acts. God the Holy Spirit works differently in different situations in the Book of Acts. The repetition of Pentecostal phenomena tells us about the expansion of the church. The church universal. Cessation. Questions and answers.
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Things to remember about God’s promises. Lack of faith insults God’s character. Step two of the faith-rest process. Examples of how to apply the Bible Framework. Peter’s interpretation of Pentecost. If you are not a dispensationalist, you’ll never understand the Book of Acts. Events of the Book of Acts were predicted in Matthew chapter 22. Questions and answers.
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Apr 19, 2001 Charles Clough & Tommy Ice
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Guest speaker – Dr. Thomas Ice. Four foundational issues around which eschatology revolves. Amillenialism, premillenialism, and postmillennialism. The early church was entirely premillenial. Preterism, historicism, futurism, and idealism. The pre-tribulation, post-tribulation, and mid-tribulation Rapture views.
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(Promise – Isaiah 41:10) Peter’s analysis of what occurred at Pentecost. Pentecost results from Christ’s session. Peter takes truths of Christ’s life and puts them inside an Old Testament structure. As a prophet, when writing Psalms, David sometimes enveloped himself prophetically in his whole dynasty. At Pentecost, Peter taught that Jesus Christ fulfilled that whole dynastic picture. Pentecost is the historical evidence that Jesus Christ made it to the Father’s right hand. Christ’s...
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Always envelop problems inside the Word of God. The detail of prophetic fulfillment reflects the veracity of the Word of God. The Old Testament Jewish calendar is the timepiece of human history. Mastering the logic of Peter’s presentation at the Pentecost event. Questions and answers.
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Mar 15, 2001 Charles Clough
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(Promise – Colossians 2:6) God has chosen to play favorites in human history, but He also holds His own people to higher standards! The earthly origin of the church. What was observed at Pentecost. The Old Testament Jewish calendar reveals God’s precise direction of human history. Questions and answers (basic truths that compose the gospel).
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(Promise – Isaiah 26:3, 4) The events of Acts chapter one (Acts 1:1-8). Christ’s session precedes and forms the basis of Pentecost. John’s baptism. Jesus Christ reveals the coming baptism of the Holy Spirit. The kingdom postponed and the coming Church Age. Questions and answers.
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The verb for “fulfilled” is sometimes used, in Scripture, as a platform or analogy and does not always refer to prophecy. The ultimate purpose of history is doxological, not redemptive. “If life in the resurrected state has a purpose, goals must exist beyond salvation.” Israel and the church are two distinct and separate peoples of God. Dispensational Theology and Reformed Theology have differences regarding the nature and mission of the church. Historic fruits of dispensationalism....
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Feb 1, 2001 Charles Clough
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(Promises) Dispensational theology. Dispensationalism carries the Protestant Reformation one more step: into the area of eschatology. Dispensational theology was the dominating force in the modern missionary movement. The structure of dispensationalism. Dispensationalism emphasizes a literal interpretation of the biblical covenants. Dispensationalism believes the ultimate purpose of history is doxological, not redemptive. Dispensational theology starts with the Old Testament and works forward...
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Jan 25, 2001 Charles Clough
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Reformed and dispensational theology. Reformed Theology kept some Roman Catholic practices and elements of Catholic theology. An example of how Reformed Theology attempts to attack premillennialism. The issue is how you think about faith. The effects of Covenant Theology. Covenant theology inductively creates two generic covenants, which are not stated in Scripture, above all the biblical covenants that are stated in Scripture. Reformed Theology has frozen the 16th and 17th century level of...
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Jan 18, 2001 Charles Clough
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(Promise - Romans 8:32) The Bible doesn’t view faith as weak knowledge. The reformers advanced some elements of theology and froze some others in place. A point-by-point analysis of the acrostic TULIP. To “set aside one’s beliefs” is to adopt other beliefs. For Calvin, “because one has assurance of salvation, one can walk by faith” (relies on the perseverance of God rather than that of the believer). Questions and answers.
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Jan 11, 2001 Charles Clough
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(Promise - Ephesians 3:20) Church history leading up to the reformation. Reformed Theology. The early reformation. Luther and Calvin defined faith as assurance. The second, third, and fourth generation reformers changed Luther and Calvin’s soteriology in response to Roman Catholic counterattacks. Soteriology, not eschatology, was the central battleground of the reformation. Questions and answers.
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Jan 4, 2001 Charles Clough
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The heavenly origin of the church. The credentials of Jesus Christ, sitting at the Father’s right hand, cannot be challenged by Satan. David as an analog of Jesus Christ waiting for His kingdom. Christ’s current indirect strategy. Jesus Christ proved out the Church Age procedures available to every believer. Tactical victories in the angelic conflict. The impulse behind human good. Questions and answers.
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Dec 14, 2000 Charles Clough
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(Promise - Philippians 4:6-7) Satan’s program and objectives in human history. Reasons for and categories of human suffering. God adjusts national boundaries according to whether people are seeking God or not. Suffering examples from Zechariah and Job. Satan’s operation is to get the creature to agree with him that God is not worthy of praise, worship and trust. Questions and answers.
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(Promise - 1 Peter 5:6–10) God never saves apart from judgment. When God judges, He judges man, nature, and angels (as part of nature). Angels are implicated in historic acts. Angelic capabilities. Angels and political leaders. The fall of Satan. The angelic conflict and the resurrected, ascended, and seated Jesus Christ. Questions and answers.
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When God judges, He always saves, and when He saves, He always judges. There’s always the threat of judgment in the message of God’s grace. The doctrinal consequences of Christ’s ascension and session. Judgment/salvation. The criteria for God’s perfect discrimination. Imputation has powerful implications. The high purpose for recording history is to document God and man’s behavior. Nature is involved in judgment/salvation as it relates to Christ’s session. Angelic involvement in...
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(Promise - Romans 8:28) Reasons for suffering. All Christian suffering has a rational and ethical justification, but that justification may remain at the Creator level (Job). Old Testament passages that New Testament authors used to explain the ascension and session of Christ. Democracy and paganism. Questions and answers.
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Nov 9, 2000 Charles Clough
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(Promise - Romans 8:28) Resting in the fact that God has a perfect plan. Old Testament pictures of the ascension and session of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul identified Jesus Christ with YHWH God of the Old Testament. God views the political power structures of history, in a fallen world, as sub-human, animal-like. How the New Testament uses the “Son of Man” imagery. Looking above history. Questions and answers.
Faith rest (Romans 8:28). The pagan mind always attempts to remove personal responsibility before God. The physical ascension of Christ proves that Pentecost was not the second coming of Christ. The ascension and the three heavens. The ascension and session of Jesus Christ.