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Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 20:1-38. Power to Be an Example.

Sent January 19th 2018

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 20:1-38. Power to Be an Example. Acts 20:1-38. Power to Be an Example The American Journal of Biblical Theology Volume 19(3). January 21, 2018 Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter In the 20th chapter of Acts, we find Paul ending his third missionary Journey. The focus of this mission was to visit the churches he had started in Asia and Macedonia in a path that would take him North and then West. The focus of the Journey was his three-year stay in Ephesus, a city that he passed th...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 18:23-19:41. Power to Make a Difference

Sent January 9th 2018

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 18:23-19:41. Power to Make a Difference Acts 18:23-19:41. Power to Make a Difference Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter. American Journal of Biblical Theology All rights reserved In Acts 18:23 and following we find a narrative that describes the beginning of Pauls third missionary journey. The first journey, shared with Barnabas, covered a "clockwise arc" from Antioch to Cyprus, and North to Asia minor. The second journey, shared with Silas, Timothy, ...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study AJBT Guatemala MISSION

Sent January 6th 2018

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study AJBT Guatemala MISSION Dear friends of the American Journal of Biblical Theology, This year the AJBT is partering with the NC Baptist Men and the NC Baptist Nursing Fellowship in bringing a team of medical professionals to the remote Quiche people of western Guatemala. This is our fourth year taking this team, and the first in engaging the AJBT. We are in need of donations to pay for medications that will be distributed directly to the Guatemalans at these clinics. Therefore, an...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 18:1-21. Power for a Consistent Witness

Sent January 5th 2018

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 18:1-21. Power for a Consistent Witness Acts 18:1-21. Power for a Consistent Witness The American Journal of Biblical Theology. Volume 19(1). January 7, 2018. Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Jesus declared of those who place their faith and trust in Him that they are the "Light of the world," a light that cannot be hidden. Light has complete and unimpeded power over darkness. Holy light exposes sin, and illuminates the way to the truth. What is the nature of the in...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 17:16-34. Sowing Seeds

Sent December 30th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 17:16-34. Sowing Seeds Acts 17:16-34. Sowing Seeds. As we travel through each day's activities we see people who are searching for something that is missing from their lives. We see this in the marketplace, at work, and through the media of newspapers, radio and TV. We see this continually through social media posts. People are engaged in a never-ending search for peace, security and significance, often seeking to find it by identifying with ungodly, worldly, and materiali...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 15:36-16:40. Power to Direct Our Path

Sent December 20th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 15:36-16:40. Power to Direct Our Path Acts 15:36-16:40. Power to Direct Our Path Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter. American Journal of Biblical Theology All rights reserved The first half of Acts, chapter fifteen records the Jerusalem Conference, an emergency meeting of Paul, Barnabas, and the church in Jerusalem that was held to determine a doctrinal position concerning one simple question: should Gentiles be required to become Jews and follow the Mosaic Law ...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 15:1-35. Power that Replaces the Law

Sent December 14th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 15:1-35. Power that Replaces the Law Acts 15:1-35. Power that Replaces the Law Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter. American Journal of Biblical Theology All rights reserved Chapter 14 saw the return of Saul and Barnabas from their first missionary journey. They were sent out by the Christian church in Antioch of Syria a couple of years after they established the church. They went first to the island of Cyprus where they preached in two cities, Salamis and Paphos...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study CALL FOR PAPERS

Sent December 9th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study CALL FOR PAPERS CALL FOR PAPERS As the American Journal of Biblical Theology approaches its eighteenth year of weekly publication we would like to invite our academic family of pastors, theologians, and researchers to consider submitting an article for publication in the Journal. You may peruse past articles in the archives and you will also find submission instructions on the website at www.biblicaltheology.com. There is no charge for publication, and all authors contributions ...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 14:1-28. Power to Persevere

Sent December 7th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 14:1-28. Power to Persevere Acts 14:1-28. Power to Persevere Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter. American Journal of Biblical Theology All rights reserved Chapter 13 saw the return of Saul and Barnabas from Jerusalem following the Passover when Peter was miraculously released from Herods prison. Upon arrival back at Antioch, the Holy Spirit led the congregation to send Saul and Barnabas out from their fellowship with the task of taking the gospel to other cities...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 13:1-52. Called to Missions

Sent December 1st 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Acts 13:1-52. Called to Missions Acts 13:1-52. Called to Missions American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV God's plan and purpose for mankind has been shown to us as He has revealed Himself throughout history, first in the lives and testimony of the prophets and patriarchs, and finally in the person of Jesus Christ. YAHWEH came in the Person of Jesus Christ with the clear and sim...

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