How is Hosea’s harsh word of judgment in chapter 4 still relevant today? Click here to find out as Dr. German continues our study of this first prophet of “The Book of the Twelve” (The Minor Prophets).
How does this short chapter of Hosea speak volumes about the marriage between Christ and his church? Click here to find out!
How does the marriage metaphor help us understand the relationship between God and his people? Click here to listen to Dr. German discuss the next chapter of Hosea to find out just how rich it is!
How should we understand God’s command for Hosea to marry “a wife of whoredom”? Click here as we kick off our study of a new book of the Bible, the first of “The Book of the Twelve” (The Minor Prophets)!
“The Influence of Far Eastern Religions on Our Culture and Church”
How is the last chapter of Romans far more than just bunch of names? Click here to listen as we wrap up our study of this fascinating book of Scripture with our eyes fixed on “Christ in Every Word.”
How does Paul bring his masterful preaching of the gospel in Romans to a conclusion? Click here to find out!
What about those who practice the Christian faith differently than we do? This has been an issue in the church from its earliest days, and one that Paul tackles directly in our next chapter of Romans. Click here to listen!
What does the government have to do with the gospel? Paul tackles this issue and more as we continue roaming through Romans. Click to listen!
What, then, does the Christian life look like after receiving God’s mercies? Our study of Romans continues with a new section that tackles this question head on, so click here to find out!
How, at the end of the day, does the Israel of old relate to “the Israel of God” (Gal. 6:16)? Click here as we wrap up our discussion of a monumental section of God’s Word, Romans 9-11.
How will God work through Israel’s rejection of the Gospel to bring about the salvation of both Gentiles and Israelites? Click here to listen to more of our study of the book of Romans.
Why have so many Israelites not believed the gospel, and how did the Old Testament speak of this long ago? Click here as we continue our study of Romans with another rich chapter of God’s word.
What does it mean that God “has mercy on whomever he wills, and he hardens whomever he wills” (Rom. 9:18)? Click here for that and more as Dr. German walks us through this heavily debated part of Romans.
How does the church relate to God’s chosen people of old? Click here to listen to Dr. German as he walks us through some difficult passages in Romans 9.