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Challenging John Hagee & Angry Evangelicalsim (aka Christian Zionism)

Challenging John Hagee & Angry Evangelicalsim (aka Christian Zionism)

May 25, 2011

Angry Evangelical, Christian Zionists like John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio need to be challenged for their un-Christlike actions.  Our hats off to members of Esperanza, a Hispanic group in Texas that challenged John Hagee.

Nakba Day Executions & A Tribute to Students for Justice in Palestine

Nakba Day Executions & A Tribute to Students for Justice in Palestine

May 18, 2011

While Israeli Defense Forces killed 17 demonstrators and injured hundreds more during Nakba Day Commemorations in an around Isreal, Christian Zionist, Gary Bauer, shows his stripes when he wields his favorite description of Muslims" "islamofacists" in his blog about the events.  Nakba Day remembers the displacement of the Palestinian people when Israel became a state in 1948.  The Students for Justice in Palestine rightly contend that what is happening to the Palestinians in Israel is not about religion but about a restraint of human rights (and we would add, property rights) by Israel.

The Bin Laden Execution; Fall of the Anti-Christian Empire

The Bin Laden Execution; Fall of the Anti-Christian Empire

May 11, 2011

Many Americans and evangelical Christians are in denial of the fact that the U.S. is in its "Decline of Empire" stage.  New evidence abounds every day.

Judeo-Christians Were Zionists Before Israel Was A State

Judeo-Christians Were Zionists Before Israel Was A State

May 4, 2011

We start our podcast with an interview with Ron Hall from On The Warning Track (onthewarningtrack.podbean.com).  Ron has been experiencing and studying evangelical Christianity for years and has applied the term "neo-Christianity" to what is happening on a large scale in the evangelical Christian churches in America.  Then, we look at our Pharisee Watch of the Week.

Malachi 1 (Part 1)

Malachi 1 (Part 1)

May 2, 2011

Mark Horton leads our study of the last book of the Old Testament that sets the stage for the coming of Jesus and the New Testament.

Malachi 2: 1 to 3: 6 (Part 2)

Malachi 2: 1 to 3: 6 (Part 2)

May 2, 2011

Don't miss this study under the teaching of Mark Horton that includes a discussion of the tribe of Israel during the time of Malachi and what Christian Zionists (a subset of dispenstationalists) think about the inhabitants of the modern state of Israel.  Find out what was missing in the second temple in Jerusalem during the time of Malachi that was present as was during the time of Solomon's Temple.

Malachi 3: 1 to 4: 6 (Part 3)

Malachi 3: 1 to 4: 6 (Part 3)

May 2, 2011

Mark Horton finishes our study of Malachi.  Be sure to listen to all 3 parts of the Malachi study before  starting the Acts study.

John - Prologue  (Part 1)

John - Prologue (Part 1)

May 1, 2011

One of the first books of the New Testament to get published into a new language is the Book of John.  Our investigation is led by Bible scholar, Mark Horton.  In addition to looking into the book, as our study encounters points of interest along the way, we will analyze some of the beliefs held by dispensationalists (aka Christian Zionists, Judeo-Christians, Neo-Christians) and compare them to what Jesus taught.  This study will help you understand why Christian Zionists have developed such a fixation on the modern State of Israel that it can even lead to little regard for fellow Christians who happen to be Palestinians.

John - Chapter 1: 1-13 (Part 2)

John - Chapter 1: 1-13 (Part 2)

May 1, 2011

We start in the first chapter of John.

John 1: 14-18 (Part 3)

John 1: 14-18 (Part 3)

May 1, 2011

The "Word" to a first century Israelite was the law of Moses.  Herod's temple was rebuilt and waiting for the return of God.  The "New Temple" is Jesus.

John 1: 19-34 (Part 4)

John 1: 19-34 (Part 4)

May 1, 2011

We continue in our study of John with John, the Baptist declaring that "I am the 'the voice of one crying in the wildernes: 'Make traight the way of the Lord.'"

John 1: 34 - 2: 11 (Part 5)

John 1: 34 - 2: 11 (Part 5)

May 1, 2011

This program was recorded after the "scheduled" end of the world according to Harold Camping.  Our study leader, Mark Horton, makes some comments on the history of predicting the "Rapture" prior to our continuation of our study of the book of John.

John 2: 12- 3: 9 (Part 6)

John 2: 12- 3: 9 (Part 6)

May 1, 2011

Jesus drives the money changers and sacrificial animal purveyors out of the temple.  An excellent explanation for this is presented.  And, the house of God becomes the household of God after the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

John 3: 10-36 (Part 7)

John 3: 10-36 (Part 7)

May 1, 2011

Mark Horton continues our investigation into the Book of John.

John 4:  1-26 (Part 8)

John 4: 1-26 (Part 8)

May 1, 2011

Jesus introduces the concept of "Living Water" in his interaction with the Samaritan woman at the well.

John 4: 27-54 (Part 9)

John 4: 27-54 (Part 9)

May 1, 2011

The book of John has been called the "Gospel of Fulfillment" because so many promises of God were completed.  Many evangelical Christians today are fixating on future fulfillments.  Jesus said, "My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me and to finish His work."

John 5: 1- 47 (Part 10)

John 5: 1- 47 (Part 10)

May 1, 2011

In between the healing of the lame man by Jesus at the pool of Bethesda and the persecution of Jesus by the Judean leaders, Mark Horton discusses dispensationalism and preterism.  Don't miss this.

John 6: 1-40 (Part 11)

John 6: 1-40 (Part 11)

May 1, 2011

Jesus feeds the 5,000 and walks on water and a whole lot of thoughtful insight in between in this podcast with Mark Horton leading.

John 6: 41 - 59 (Part 12)

John 6: 41 - 59 (Part 12)

May 1, 2011

Jesus tells us in this study that "No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him..."

John 6: 60 - 71 (Part 13)

John 6: 60 - 71 (Part 13)

May 1, 2011

In today's study we learn that many disciples of Jesus turned away. And, in the study, there is a lively conversation about the state of modern evangelical church.

John 7: 1-31 (Part 14)

John 7: 1-31 (Part 14)

May 1, 2011

Jesus' perfect timing is not altered by his brothers or the Judean leaders who want him arrested.  Jesus avoids arrest knowing that the time of his is ultimate arrest is not yet come.

John 7: 32 - 8: 11 (Part 15)

John 7: 32 - 8: 11 (Part 15)

May 1, 2011

Mark Horton continues with our study in the New Testament Book of John.  Jesus contends with the Pharisees who were ready to take him.

John 8: 12 - 31 (Part 16)

John 8: 12 - 31 (Part 16)

May 1, 2011

In today's study Jesus declares, "Iam the light of the world.  He who follows me shall not walk in darkness, but, have the light."

John 8: 31 - 59 (Part 17)

John 8: 31 - 59 (Part 17)

May 1, 2011

In today's study Jesus makes the bold claim to the Pharisees, "...before Abraham was, I AM."  Jesus is the seed of Abraham not the modern state of Israel and its inhabitants.

John 9: 1 - 41 (Part 18)

John 9: 1 - 41 (Part 18)

May 1, 2011

Jesus heals the blind man.  Included in our study is a fascinating account by Mark Horton about the pool of Siloam where the blind man washed off the clay applied by Jesus.   Archaeological finds in the recent past bring new light on the pool of Siloam.

John 10:  1 -18 (Part 19)

John 10: 1 -18 (Part 19)

May 1, 2011

Mark Horton starts are study of John 10 with the background from Ezekiel 34 that is the basis for Jesus' parable where he says "I am the Good Shepherd."

John 10: 19 - 42 (Part 20)

John 10: 19 - 42 (Part 20)

May 1, 2011

At the Feast of Dedication at the Temple in Solomon's porch, Jesus is challenged by the religous leaders who attempt to stone Him again.

John 11:  1 - 37 (Part 21)

John 11: 1 - 37 (Part 21)

May 1, 2011

Jesus raises Lazarus from death in this study of John led by Mark Horton.

John 11:  38 -53 (Part 22)

John 11: 38 -53 (Part 22)

May 1, 2011

We study the story of Lazarus being raised from the dead by Jesus and the plot to kill Jesus.

John 11: 54 - 12: 19 (Part 23)

John 11: 54 - 12: 19 (Part 23)

May 1, 2011

Our study includes the anointing of Jesus by Lazarus' sister, Mary, with very costly oil, spikenard.  After a plot to kill Lazarus, Jesus makes triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

John 12: 20 - 30 (Part 24)

John 12: 20 - 30 (Part 24)

May 1, 2011

Following Jesus requires His followers to expand His kingdom here on earth.  In this study of John, find out why followers of Christ should be taking action and not just sitting in pews in churches.  Don't miss this lesson led by Mark Horton.

John 12: 12:37 - 13:11 (Part 25)

John 12: 12:37 - 13:11 (Part 25)

May 1, 2011

The prophecies of Isaiah about Jesus are covered in this lesson and the incident of Christ washing the disciples feet.

John 13:  10-38 (Part 26)

John 13: 10-38 (Part 26)

May 1, 2011

The spirit of Satan enters into Judas who betrays Jesus.

John 14:  1-17 (Part 27)

John 14: 1-17 (Part 27)

May 1, 2011

Find out how the Romans could afford to build the Colieseum.  And, learn what it means to pray in the name of Jesus.  We don't praying for war in the name of Jesus fits with the character of God.

John 14:  18-31 (Part 28)

John 14: 18-31 (Part 28)

May 1, 2011

Jesus prepares his disciples for his upcoming crucifixion.  He reassures them of the Helper, The Holy Spirit that will guide them.

John 15: 1 - 17 (Part 29)

John 15: 1 - 17 (Part 29)

May 1, 2011

Jesus reveals the relationship between believers and himself.  Mark Horton stops to about Determinism (aka Calvinism) and Armenianism interpretations of the Bible.

John 15: 18 to 16: 11 (Part 30)

John 15: 18 to 16: 11 (Part 30)

May 1, 2011

Jesus gives his final instructions to his disciples before his crucifixion.  Jesus warns them that "If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you."

John 16:  12-24 (Part 31)

John 16: 12-24 (Part 31)

May 1, 2011

Jesus tells his disciples that there will be sorrow at his death but that "your sorrow  will be turned into joy."

John 16: 25 - 17: 18 (Part 32)

John 16: 25 - 17: 18 (Part 32)

May 1, 2011

Jesus has overcome the world and he prays for Himself and His disciples before his crucifixion.  Don't miss the interesting discussion in this podcast about the beliefs of some Christians who hold that there are two paths to heaven.

John 17: 19 to 18: 11 (Part 33)

John 17: 19 to 18: 11 (Part 33)

May 1, 2011

Jesus prays for all future believers and then is betrayed by Judas and Jesus' power is demonstrated after the Pharisees and guards ask if He is Jesus.  After Jesus replies, "I am He."  all fall to the ground.

John 18: 12-38 (Part 34)

John 18: 12-38 (Part 34)

May 1, 2011

The four trials of Jesus are studied in this podcast.  Included is a discussion of Scofield Reference Bible footnotes found in the 1908 and 1967 versions.  By 1967, C.I. Scofield had been dead for 40 years.  This all has to do about where is Jesus' kingdom.  Don't miss this thought provoking edition.

John 18: 38 to 19: 27 (Part 35)

John 18: 38 to 19: 27 (Part 35)

May 1, 2011

Our study starts with the second Roman trial of Jesus and leads along the tortuous path to the crucifixion of Jesus.  Along the way we learn some very interesting facts that Mark Horton's studies in preparation for the book of John.  Don't miss this one!

John 19: 28-42 (Part 36)

John 19: 28-42 (Part 36)

May 1, 2011

In this study Mark Horton discusses the implications of Jesus knowing that all was complete and that the scriptures were fulfilled with his crucifixion.

John 20:  1 - 31 (Part 37)

John 20: 1 - 31 (Part 37)

May 1, 2011

Our study today is about the resurrection of Jesus.  When Jesus walked the earth, the language spoken by the Israelites was Aramaic.  We talk about this along with other interesting aspects of Jesus' resurrection.

John 21: 1-25 (Part 38)

John 21: 1-25 (Part 38)

May 1, 2011

Mark Horton concludes our study of John with an excellent summary of the book.  And, we are treated with a song written and sung by our own Leslie Fort.

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