There are hundreds of hours of classes and commentaries, but we only recently began recording with the end of Romans and beginning of Revelation. Please be aware that we make no claim of professional quality recordings. :-) These classes are informal and typically contain about a dozen people in a relaxed roundtable environment where questions are welcome. Nonetheless, the high academic standard set by the Senior Pastor creates a scholarly environment that tends to be educational and useful. Often these classes are done through the Holy Spirit with little in the way of notes or references, so please forgive any errors if I mis-speak, especially pronunciations of Greek and Hebrew, and know that those errors are all mine and to God goes all the glory. He is the power behind and the reason for all of this. His blessings are vast and our praise and gratitude are neverending. Thanks and Enjoy.
This Seminar on the modern state of Biblical Archaeology was held on Oct. 17th and Oct. 24th, 2018. It was amazing and exciting and we did film it. However, we cannot get those films to load onto this site. I am assuming it is simply because of how big they are. I am attaching the power points from the seminar below, but if you want a copy of the videos you will have to contact me directly. I will put them onto a zip drive or mini disk and send them to you. I hope you will get hold of me if you are interested. Click the link or e-mail email@example.com. Thank you! Here are the power points that go along with the videos.
BIBLE STUDY CLASS
So, a brief history. We started Bible Study officially in 2010. Radiant Church was brand new in Woodland Park and we were at the first of now three campuses that God has built progressively larger and more active. The very first meeting was ONE person, and now there are usually a dozen or so. But we have covered many wonderful books before this site was started. We pick up here in 2017 with the end of Romans and beginning Revelation, but prior to this we started with James, then we did Acts, and Ephesians, John, and Romans. We will tend to go back and forth between Old and New Testaments for the years after 2017, but we started almost exclusively in the New Testament.
THE NEXT TWO BOOKS
From the Beginning of Winter 2022 until the beginning of Winter 2023 we covered TWO BOOKS. These two were chosen specifically because they represent the balance and complexity of the Bible. As Biblical Scholars we notice that the Bible is perfect and that there are some fascinating examples of that. For instance the person involved in writing the First Book writes five books and the person who writes the Last Book writes five books. The balance between Genesis and Revelation is amazing. But, in this case we look at two ANOMALY books. These books we are not sure of dating or authorship. Normally we have a very good understanding of dating and authorship both in the Old and New Testaments. But every now and then God gives us an additional little mystery. Hebrews is the only book of the New Testament that stands out as being relatively unknown. Not only that, but the way in which it is written is different than the other books. From a literary analysis and linguistics standpoint it is probably not one of the other authors we know of. Which is fascinating. Why? After Hebrews we moved to its partner in the Old Testament. Job is a book written by an unknown author at an unknown time. It matches Hebrews in its oddity. In a similar way it tackles subjects differently than the other books and stands out as a wonderful and fascinating anomaly. So, here we go, a year of studies. Hebrews and Job.