Horatio G. Spafford: “It Is Well With My Soul”

One of my all time favorite hymns. With the backstory of the author it really drives home the message of the the prose that is so wonderfully linked to to its melody…

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Last September I called attention here to the Protestant Cemetery on Mount Zion, Jerusalem. Several rather famous persons associated with archaeology and others who took up residence in Jerusalem have been buried there.

There seems to be a great amount of interest in the grave of Horatio Gates Spafford, the author of the well-known hymn, “It Is Well With My Soul.” Mr. Spafford was a well-known attorney in Chicago, but decided to give up his law practice and become involved in land sales. The great Chicago fire of October, 1871, brought many losses to Spafford.

At the advice of a physician, Spafford decided to take his wife, Anna, and their four little daughters to Europe. Reservations were made on the French ship S. S. Ville du Havre. While awaiting departure, Mr. Spafford received word that the man who was planning to buy a large parcel of land…

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Who Wrote the Gospels? Audio and Video by Tim McGrew

Via: www.apologetics315.com

Who Wrote the Gospels? Audio and Video by Tim McGrew“Who wrote the Gospels? Are there good reasons to attribute their authorship to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John? In this talk, Dr. Timothy McGrew lays out the case for the traditional authorship of the Gospels, while countering Bart Ehrman‘s claims that the Gospels are forgeries. This is one hour of content followed by twenty minutes of Q&A. PowerPoint file is hereNoteshere! Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics.

Full MP3 Audio here(1hr 45min)
Video on YouTube here.”

External Evidence for the Gospels by Timothy McGrew Audio and Video

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External Evidence for the Gospels by Timothy McGrew Audio and Video“In this lecture, entitled External Evidences for the Truth of the GospelsDr. Timothy McGrew maps out the external and internal evidence bearing on the authenticity of the Gospels and explores some of the positive external evidence for their truthfulness. These include non-Christian sources and incidental historical confirmations. This is one hour of content followed by thirty minutes of Q&A. PowerPoint file is here. Visit theLibrary of Historical Apologetics.

Full MP3 Audio here(1hr 30min)
Video on YouTube here.”

Internal Evidence for the Gospels by Timothy McGrew Audio and Video

Via: www.apologetics315.com

“In this lecture, entitled Internal Evidences for the Truth of the GospelsDr. Timothy McGrew presents inteInternal Evidence for the Gospels by Timothy McGrew Audio and Videornalevidence bearing on the authenticity of the Gospels, with a special emphasis on undesigned coincidences in the Gospel accounts. This is about 45 minutes of content followed by fifteen minutes of Q&A. PowerPoint file is here. Handout PDF here. Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics. This is the third of a series—part 1 herepart 2 here.

Full MP3 Audio here(1hr 30min)

Video on YouTube here.”

An Introduction to the study of Christian Evidences

The workbook we are following can be found here: Evidences Workbook: edited by Harry Osborne

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Gospel Meeting with Jesse Flowers, September 2008

So easy, a caveman could do it…

Phillip W. Martin’s lesson from Sunday, January 15th 2012 during the AM service @ the church of Christ meeting at Jere Whitson Road in Cookeville, TN.

Phillip considers the way to bring harmony and unity among believers…

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