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Note: Last week's lesson from Feb 26 was not published due to technical difficulties. It was addressed in this week's lesson. Summary: Mark Lanier continued the study of the Minor Prophets with Nahum. An oracle to Nineveh in the Assyrian Empire. Mark... more
Mark hosted a special guest during today’s class - Dr. Havila Dharamraj from India. Dr. Dharamraj is from Bengaluru, India, and a third-generation Christian. She is currently Head of the Department of Biblical Studies at South Asia Institute of Advan... more
Mark continued the Study of the Minor Prophets with the book of Micah. He characterized Micah as a concept book focusing on three aspects: 1. Authenticity: Good and evil lead to different places. Micah is authentic to this reality. 2. Justice: Justic... more
this is actually William Lane Craig and is a great interview!
I love these classes. I started on a new series but have come across episodes that have no audio content. Episodes: 129, 128, 126 through 120, 116, 115 and 102. I hope it is fixed so I can continue on. Big, BIG thank you for these podcast!
I am experiencing playback issues with your channel. None of your podcasts play for me.w/playing
Mark's lessons on the Jewish (old) Testament are outstanding -- thought-provoking and yet easily digestible. Thank you for using your knowledge and style to bless God's people....Holy to YHWH!
we are a Republic actually. not a Democracy
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