Wednesday in the Word

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In addition to the podcast, Wednesday in the Word hosts an increasing collection of tools and information to further your understanding of Scripture. Browse the topics . Or if you’re looking for something specific, use the search bar.

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What is the nature of faith?

What is the nature of faith?

Some see faith as a settled issue, something we no longer have to think about once we pray the sinners prayer. Others see faith as a journey with trials and troubles along the way. The goal is to grow and persevere. Which approach we take influences how we interpret the Bible. (I take the second approach.)

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Olivet Discourse: Comparing the Synoptic Gospels

Olivet Discourse: Comparing the Synoptic Gospels

The Olivet Discourse is a conversation Jesus had with his disciples shortly before his crucifixion. As they sat on the Mount of Olives looking across at the temple, Jesus explained many things about the coming destruction of the temple. While Matthew provides the fullest account, this teaching is found in all three synoptic gospels.

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Habakkuk Introduction

Habakkuk Introduction

The Old Testament book of Habakkuk speaks to two of the most fundamental questions of the Christian faith: 1) How long will God let His people suffer? and 2) Why should we keep believing Him if we’re not spared the tragedies of life?

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What do expiation and propitiation mean?

What do expiation and propitiation mean?

When studying the atonement, you’re likely to run across two technical words: expiation and propitiation. These terms tend to appear in a text without explanation. But since they are not in the Bible and they don’t often come up in daily conversation, it can be difficult to remember what they mean.

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