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Bible Background Project

Transcript: Bible Background Project Kassidy, Sierra, Devin Proverbs Ezra John The Book of John John was written so that everyone can believe in Jesus who gives eternal life Was written between A.D. 50-70 in Syria/Asia Minor (Ephesus) John was able to answer questions he wrote the book about at least 50 years after Jesus' death Summary Jesus was the word made flesh and although many rejected Him, anyone who believes and receives Him will have Eternal life through Him Solomon's Background He wrote over three thousand proverbs His father was King David Reigned from 970 to 930 B.C. Wrote Ecclesiastes at old age Ezra's Background Scribe Priest Returned from Babylonian exile Reintroduced the Torah Solomon The Book of Ezra Took place during the period of the Jews return from Exile around 538-450 B.C. It's about getting back into God's word and back to prayer This book is narrative history and was written by Ezra approx. 440 B.C. John's Background "The Disciple whom Jesus Loved" Writer of five books in the New Testament Called to be an apostle in Jesus' first year of ministry Younger Brother of James, Son of Zebedee Proverbs was written around 900 B.C. Was written for the descendants of Solomon and the young men of Israel About wisdom, understanding, The Commandments, sin, and comparisons between God's way and man's way of life Reveals the mind of God Summary Mostly about wisdom, the wisdom transcends history, people, cultural. Proverbs has parables and poetry. This book was mainly written by Solomon, the wisest King ever to rule. The main purpose is to teach wisdom to God's people. Proverbs speaks about Godly living.

King James Bible Presentation

Transcript: The King James Version: A Brief History 1604: King James I of England is having trouble with these guys... who aren't getting along with these guys... He calls a conference, so everyone can work out their problems. At some point,the conversation moves around to the subject of the Scriptures... specifically, English translations of the Scriptures. The Anglican Bishops prefer an English translation called The Bishops' Bible (of course they would). The Puritans are fond of the Geneva Bible, which has a whole lot of great notes... a kind of Study Bible. James doesn't care for the Geneva Bible, because lots of the notes are pretty critical of kings. And James is a big believer in THE DIVINE RIGHT OF KINGS. To try to keep the peace, the decision is made to create a NEW English translation of the Bible. One that will combine the best of earlier English versions, while remaining as true as possible to the original Greek and Hebrew texts. 47 scholars are chosen, almost all of whom are Anglican clergy. King James specifies, among other things, that the only notes allowed are notes that will clarify the text. (NO MEAN STUFF ABOUT KINGS ALLOWED!) Guidelines laid down for the translators effectively minimize the influence of the Puritans on the translation process. (As a result, the Puritan movement does not embrace the King James Version for many decades.) The new translation is mostly finished by 1609, and is printed for the first time in May of 1611. It becomes known popularly as the Authorized, or King James, Version. The title page of the KJV actually reads as follows: THE HOLY BIBLE, Containing the Old Testament, AND THE NEW: Newly Translated out of the Original tongues: & with the former Translations diligently compared and revised, by his Majesties special Commandment (Let's just call it "The King James Version"...) All that happened 400 YEARS AGO. So, what about the King James Version TODAY? For most of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, the King James Version was the single most popular translation of the Bible in the English language. And still, today, the KJV is considered THE BIBLE by many people. (Some even believe this as a point of doctrine!) As far as its status as a literary classic, the King James Version is unsurpassed. Most scholars of the English language consider the King James Bible to be the greatest monument of the English language, perhaps even greater than the works of William Shakespeare. Just a short sample of everyday phrases that come from the KJV will show its impact: "A house divided against itself cannot stand." "A thorn in the flesh" "A wolf in sheep's clothing" "Am I my brother's keeper?" "By the skin of your teeth" "Flesh and blood" "Give up the ghost" "Love of money is the root of all evil" (often misquoted) And many, many more! But...IS the King James Version the best English translation? Is it the only Bible a Christian should use? NO. No, to both of those questions. The translators of the KJV did the best possible job they could do, with the manuscripts they had available, and with their knowledge of the original languages. But today's Bible translators have literally thousands more manuscripts at their disposal, and understanding of Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic has increased vastly since the 17th century. Meanwhile, the English language has changed immensely since the Jacobean period. Forget the "thees" and "thous" that everyone complains about. (And the "begats.") In the KJV,"Suffer the little children" doesn't have anything to do with suffering, "fetch a compass" means "travel in a circle," and "charity" does not have anything to do with giving money to the poor. The KJV Translators spoke to this same issue in their wonderful Preface, "The Translators to the Reader." (Sadly, this Preface is not printed in most modern editions of the KJV.") They wrote: "But how shall men meditate in that, which they cannot understand? How shall they understand that which is kept close in an unknown tongue?" Quite simply, the best Bible for a Christian to use is one that he or she will read and UNDERSTAND. But the King James Version is a Bible that has stood the test of time, that has become a classic of English prose, and that hundreds of thousands of people still read and study daily. Will the New International Version the New Revised Standard Version, the Common English Bible, the Message, the Good News Bible, the New Living Translation, and a host of other modern translations still be around in FOUR HUNDRED YEARS? Only time will tell. Current Bestselling Bibles

The Coming King?

Transcript: Others? Restoration / (GK) reconstitution / restitution : Romans 8:18-23 Sin curse lifted for the Millennium Luke 1:26-33 Not Happened Zechariah ch 14 Revelation 11:15 — Voices from Heaven make a proleptic proclamation in the midst of the Tribulation: "The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord, and of His Christ; and He will reign forever and ever." Gabriel Luke 1:26-33 Old Testament Scriptures Revelation 5:9-10 — When John is raptured to Heaven and finds himself standing before the throne of God (Revelation 4), he hears "the four living creatures" (special angelic creatures called seraphim in Isaiah 6) and "the twenty-four elders" (probably representative of the redeemed) singing a song of praise to Jesus. In this song they say that Jesus is a Worthy Lamb who has made His redeemed a kingdom, "and they will reign upon the earth." 'He will sit on David's Throne' Unfulfilled Dividic Covenant (2 Sam 7) This means throne in Jerusalem He is now at His Fathers 'Right Hand' Where is this? Rev 3:21 Is David in heaven? Acts 2:32-32 (Ps 110) Jesus has not fulfilled this on earth... Yet ...and its impossible for it to be Heaven Revelation 12:5 — John sees a vision in which a sun clothed woman (Israel) gives birth to a male child (Jesus) "who is to rule all the nations with a rod of iron." Revelation 19:15-16 — In his description of Jesus returning to earth, John says He bears the title, "King of kings and Lord of lords," and John says He will "rule the nations with a rod of iron." Revelation 20:4,6 — John says that after the return of Jesus to the earth, He will reign with His saints ("those to whom judgment has been given") for a thousand years. Behold, the day of the Lord cometh, and thy spoil shall be divided in the midst of thee. 2 For I will gather all nations against Jerusalem to battle; and the city shall be taken, and the houses rifled, and the women ravished; and half of the city shall go forth into captivity, and the residue of the people shall not be cut off from the city. 3 Then shall the Lord go forth, and fight against those nations, as when he fought in the day of battle. 4 And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the east, and the mount of Olives shall cleave in the midst thereof toward the east and toward the west, and there shall be a very great valley; and half of the mountain shall remove toward the north, and half of it toward the south. Heavenly Beings 1000 year earthly reign? Peter Psalm 2:6-9 / Psalm 22:27-31 / Psalm 47 / Psalm 67 / Psalm 89:19-29 / Psalm 110 / Psalm 132:13-18 Isaiah 2:1-4 / Isaiah 9:6-7 / Isaiah 11:3b-9 / Isaiah 24:21-23 Jeremiah 23:5 / Jeremiah 33:6-18 Ezekiel 20:33-44 / Ezekiel 37:24-28 / Ezekiel 39:21-29 / Ezekiel 43:7 Hosea 3:4-5 Micah 4:1-7 Zephaniah 3:14-20 Zechariah 2:10-13 / Zechariah 6:12-13 / Zechariah 8:2-3/ Zechariah 9:10 / Zechariah 14:1-9 "until the period of the restoration of all things about which God spoke by the mouth of His holy prophets from ancient time." Matt 19:28 Judging the 12 tribes? Matt 25:31 All Nations? Act 1:3-6 No denial of restoration Revelation 2:26-27 Revelation 3:21 Luke 4:18-19 (unfinished verse) Other massive issues: Daniels vision Ch 2 (1 Hour) Daniel 9:27 (Garths study) New Testament Unfulfilled! Revelation 15:3-4 — At the end of the Tribulation, right before the final pouring out of God's wrath in the form of the bowl judgments, all the Tribulation martyrs who are in Heaven join together in singing "the song of Moses... and the song of the Lamb." In that song, they declare the Lamb (Jesus) to be the "King of the nations," and they proclaim that "all the nations will come and worship before Thee." 2 Thessalonians 1:7-10 can be applied to Jesus destroying the earth.. ..until... Timothy 2:12 — Paul says "if we endure, we shall also reign with Him." Over who? And Where? John Acts 3:21 Jesus must stay in heaven... Paul Jesus

The King Tide is Coming

Transcript: Baker, Bethany. “Black tarp covers much of the exposed sand under the parking lot at Sunset Bay State Park in Coos Bay on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017. According the US National Weather Service, the next King tide will be on Dec. 3.” The World, The World Newspaper, 29 Nov. 2017, Baker, Bethany. “Black tarp covers much of the exposed sand under the parking lot at Sunset Bay State Park in Coos Bay on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017. According the US National Weather Service, the next King tide will be on Dec. 3.” The World, The World Newspaper, 29 Nov. 2017. a3f2-7cea092e8c75/5a1ec87293bd0.image.jpg?resize=1200%2C798. “Figure 8r-2: Forces involved in the formation of a spring tide.”, Michael Pidwirny, fundamentals/images/springtide.gif. Johnson, Nicholas A. “King tides to sweep shores once again.” Coos Bay World, The World Newspaper, 30 Nov. 2017, to-sweep-shores-once-again/article_a7f04d86-3507-50ef- b815-4db8d70b5ca4.html. “King Tides.” The King Tides Project, The King Tides Project. https:// More, Robert. “Robert More took this photo of the railroad tracks in Coos Bay during a King Tide event.” The World, The World Newspaper, v3/editorial/f/30/f3089734-ad48-5f02-b7e8-e15463668055/5a1d05f303716.image.jpg. “(r). Ocean Tides.”, Michael Pidwirny, 7 May 2009, Woo, Marcus. “King Tides: What Explains High Water Threatening Global Coasts?” National Geographic, National Geographic Partners, LLC, 30 Jan. 2014, hightides-sea-level-rise-science/. In recent news... King Tides Are Coming More details More, Robert. “Robert More took this photo of the railroad tracks in Coos Bay during a King Tide event.” The World, The World Newspaper, Tides “Figure 8r-2: Forces involved in the formation of a spring tide.”, Michael Pidwirny, “King Tides.” The King Tides Project, The King Tides Project. By Daphne Fernandez Bibliography

Bailey's Bible Background

Transcript: Old Testament Final Thoughts Begins with Genesis and the Creation of the Earth Lays out all the old school rules (more on this later) all the Jewish history is here Recommended Reading Song of Solomon Revelation Recommended Media One Night with the King Left Behind Series Lord of the Beans The Prince of Egypt Questions? Weird Shit about this section Don’t let cattle graze with other kinds of Cattle (Leviticus 19:19) Don’t have a variety of crops on the same field. (Leviticus 19:19) Don’t wear clothes made of more than one fabric (Leviticus 19:19) Don’t cut your hair nor shave. (Leviticus 19:27) Any person who curseth his mother or father, must be killed. (Leviticus 20:9) If a man cheats on his wife, or vise versa, both the man and the woman must die. (Leviticus 20:10) If a man or woman has sex with an animal, both human and animal must be killed. (Leviticus 20:15-16) If a man has sex with a woman on her period, they are both to be “cut off from their people” (Leviticus 20:18) Psychics, wizards, witches and so on are to be stoned to death. (Leviticus 20:27) If a priest’s daughter is a whore, she is to be burnt at the stake. (Leviticus 21:9) People who have flat noses, or are blind or lame, cannot go to an altar of God (Leviticus 21:17-18) If anyone, even your own family suggests worshipping another God, kill them. (Deuteronomy 13:6-10) If you find out a city worships a different god, destroy the city and kill all of it’s inhabitants… even the animals. (Deuteronomy 13:12-15) Kill anyone with a different religion. (Deuteronomy 17:2-7) Basic Information made up of two parts (old & new testament) 66 books in total The Bible (as understood by Charlie) Probelmatic things created because of the Bible Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ You! A Christian Girl's Guide to Growing Up Focus on the Family / Veggie Tales Left Behind Book & Movie Series AWANA & Missionaries New Testament Kicks off with the Gospels (and there are FOUR of them) Details the growth and spread of Christianity (by the gentiles) after Jesus' presumed resurrection Closes with Revelation Tactics for Converting Minors Tactics for Converting Adults Use fun things like AWANA or Veggie Tales to entice kids to get saved; expect them to take the message home to their parents Media with mass appeal sneaking the agenda in there - "Invite your non-Christian friends so they can hear God's message!" Summer Camps/ Church Competitions Inviting friends to bible study to "meet some new friends" Book & Coffee Shops inside of churches Free babysitting targeting adults with needs and no resources

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