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Timeline of Truth: Introduction to the Book of Ruth

Monday, September 2nd, 2019

We’re off and running! We have recommenced our Timeline of Truth with the next chronological book – the Book of Ruth. In this introductory lesson, we discuss who might have written the book, the timing of the writing of the book, and the timing of the events of the book. Additionally, we review the key theme of Ruth, other key purposes of Ruth, and, with help from Dr. Thomas Constable’s notes, highly four revelations, three values, and three major lessons found in Ruth. We end with 20 questions that we will seek to answer throughout our study of Ruth. You can be righteous and pure in evil times!

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Timeline of Truth – Review (Genesis 1 – Exodus 10)

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

As we swing back into our Timeline of Truth study series, we take time to review the series as far as we have gone to date.

TT – Review: The First 2000 Years (Genesis 1-25)

Friday, March 1st, 2013

We do a whirlwind review of the first 2000 years of history, represented in the first 25 chapters of Genesis, using our 12-point bible overview as a backbone.

TT – Abraham’s Final Days (Genesis 25:1-11)

Monday, November 12th, 2012

After Sarah’s death, Abraham remarries, has 6 more sons, and then dies at the age of 175. We examine the details of his direct descendants and the timeline of his life.

 

TT – God Provides a Wife for Isaac (Genesis 24:1-67)

Monday, November 12th, 2012

A father obtaining a bride for his 40-year-old son? That’s what Abraham did for his son Isaac. This is an amazing account!

TT – God Tests Abraham (Genesis 22:1-20)

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Abraham waits 25 years for God to give him a son. Now, 15 years or more after his son Isaac is born, God commands Abraham to offer Isaac as a sacrifice? How does Abraham respond?

12-Point Bible Overview: Part 2 – New Testament

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

We review the 8 Old Testament points, and cover the 4 New Testament points.