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Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 26:3-20. The Covenant

Sent November 25th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 26:3-20. The Covenant Leviticus 26:3-20. The Covenant American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV God created mankind for a purpose: to have a relationship with Him, one that is appropriate to the status that we have as His creation and Him as our LORD, Savior, and God. It is a status that should be truly humbling to anyone who begins to understand the infinite power, maje...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 16:1-22. The Final Sacrifice

Sent November 18th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 16:1-22. The Final Sacrifice Leviticus 16:1-22. The Final Sacrifice American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV In many ways the sixteenth chapter of Leviticus is the locus of the text. Located in the center of the book, and at the center of the Pentateuch, it contains the narrative of that portion of the Mosaic Law that lays down the purpose and processes that would define...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 9:6-7,24; 10:1-3. Nadab, Abihu, and an Inappropriate Sacrifice

Sent November 8th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 9:6-7,24; 10:1-3. Nadab, Abihu, and an Inappropriate Sacrifice Leviticus 9:6-7,24; 10:1-3. Nadab, Abihu, and an Inappropriate Sacrifice American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV Leviticus 8:5-12,30. And Moses said unto the congregation, This is the thing which the LORD commanded to be done. 6And Moses brought Aaron and his sons, and washed them with water. 7And he put upo...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 1:1-4; 2:1-3; 3:1-5. An Appropriate Sacrifice

Sent November 4th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Leviticus 1:1-4; 2:1-3; 3:1-5. An Appropriate Sacrifice Leviticus 1:1-4; 2:1-3; 3:1-5. An Appropriate Sacrifice American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV The Old Testament book of Exodus provides us with an historical narrative that takes us from the call of Moses by the LORD to bring Israel out of Egypt through the arrival of the nation back on Mt. Horeb where Moses journey began....

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Romans 1:1-17. The Just Shall Live by Faith

Sent October 28th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Romans 1:1-17. The Just Shall Live by Faith Romans 1:1-17. The Just Shall Live by Faith Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter The American Journal of Biblical Theology. Volume 18(44). October 28, 2-17 No other portion of Holy Scripture so completely sets forth the great doctrines of the Christian faith as does Paul's Epistle to the Romans. Called the "Constitution of Christianity," the "Christian Manifesto," and the "Cathedral of the Christian Faith," it co...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 32:1-29. The Necessity of True Worship

Sent October 21st 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 32:1-29. The Necessity of True Worship Exodus 32:1-29. The Necessity of True Worship American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV Micah 6:8. He hath showed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God? What does the LORD require of us? You might ask the question, What does the LORD requ...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 19:1-20:17. God Desires Obedience

Sent October 5th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 19:1-20:17. God Desires Obedience Exodus 19:1-20:17. God Desires Obedience The American Journal of Biblical Theology. 18(41). October 8, 2017 Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter What is a covenant? It is a binding agreement between two or more individuals to do or not do a specific thing. Examples of secular covenants may include purchase contracts, service contracts, wedding vows, and wills. What happens when an individual disobeys the terms of a secular contract? They are of...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 16:1-27. God's Provision

Sent September 30th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 16:1-27. God's Provision Exodus 16:1-27 God's Provision American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz? My friends all drive Porsches, I must make amends. Worked hard all my lifetime, no help from my friends, So Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz? Virtually all people who go through life with an understanding that there is a God...

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 14:1-31. Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Sent September 20th 2017

Biblical Theology Weekly Bible Study Exodus 14:1-31. Between a Rock and a Hard Place Exodus 14:1-31 Between a Rock and a Hard Place American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV refers to a state where one is faced with a decision with two very unsatisfactory options. Often we find ourselves in these situations when we are confronted with sudden loss or a sudden change. Life is certainly dynamic, and with its joys and ti...

AJBT. Exodus 12:1-14. Christ in the Passover

Sent September 15th 2017

AJBT. Exodus 12:1-14. Christ in the Passover Exodus 12:1-14. Christ in the Passover The Disciple's Bible Commentary. The American Journal of Biblical Theology Copyright (c) 2017. Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter. It has always been God's plan that man, the height of His creation on earth, would have a relationship with Him. God initiated that relationship by communicating with mankind as He spoke directly to the early patriarchs such as Adam, Enoch, and Noah. He communicated a plan of salvation that simply promised H...

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