Jesus long ago stood in Pontius Pilate’s hall, referred to in the King James translation “The Hall of Judgment”. Pilate was called upon to adjudicate the case that had been brought against Christ but he was not anxious to do so. He appeared to have no spiritual interest in Christ and wanted the matter done away with. But there was a sense of ominous dread at the thought of condemning Jesus and so he tried to recuse himself from the case. Ultimately though, Pilate bowed to political pressure and condemned Jesus. At one point, he asked the religious leaders “what shall I do then with Jesus which is called Christ…?” That question reverberates down through the corridors of time and in our minds and consciences today. In today’s broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we see that this ancient question is one you cannot escape, even today.
Who is the Christ? Is the Jesus of first-century Israel the Promised One? No name has been the object of more attention, devotion, and at the same time controversy than that of Jesus Christ. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak we pose the question “What Think Ye Of Christ”?
Does God expect His people to submit to scripture? Does it claim to have authority over the modern church? In the last lesson of a four-part series on the internal claims of scripture, we consider The Authority Of The Bible.
The bible was penned by some forty divinely inspired men over a span of fifteen-hundred years. The last writer put down his pen and rolled up the final scroll of scripture nearly two-thousand years ago. Is such a canon of writings really relevant to modern man? Should we view the bible as pertinent to the affairs of the church today? In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we continue a series of lessons on the internal claims of scripture with a look at The Relevancy of the Bible.
Is the Bible a full and complete revelation of that which God wants man to know? Should we expect other forms of revelation from the Holy Spirit? This study is a continuation of a series on the claims of the bible. In this broadcast we look at the scriptures’ claim of sufficiency.