Historic Christianity

Historic Christianity Vs. Scripture? #01: Gospel Into All the World?
  • DKP
  • 9-12-2015
  • 07:51

Morning Musings: A viewer has taken issue with the fact that I openly challenge the views and practices of "historical Christianity." Can...

Historic Christianity Vs. Scripture? #02: The Nature of the Kingdom
  • DKP
  • 9-12-2015
  • 07:20

Morning Musings: In what ways does historic Christianity differ from what we see on the pages of the Bible? This is a huge-- and fair-- question....

Historic Christianity Vs. Scripture? #03: Physical, Bodily Return of Christ? (Part 1)
  • DKP
  • 9-12-2015
  • 08:33

Morning Musings: Does historic and creedal Christianity differ from the inspired text of scripture? The answer is an emphatic, "YES, they do!" A...

Historic Christianity Vs. Scripture? #04: Physical, Bodily Return of Christ? (Part 2)
  • DKP
  • 9-12-2015
  • 06:32

Morning Musing: Can it be demonstrated that the historical and creedal church missed-- badly-- what the Bible actually says about the nature of the...


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Historic Christianity Vs. Scripture? #05: Isaiah 26 & the Day of the Lord
  • DKP
  • 9-12-2015
  • 06:25

Morning Musings: Even the OT clearly defines the nature of the Day of the Lord as an event that would not be a coming "with observation" as the...

Historic Christianity Vs. Scripture? #06: Coming as the Father Had Come?
  • DKP
  • 9-12-2015
  • 08:51

Morning Musings: Jesus said he was coming "in the glory of the Father." Most commentators agree that he was saying that he was coming as the Father...

Historic Christianity Vs. Scripture? #07: Kingdom, Judgment & Resurrection
  • DKP
  • 9-12-2015
  • 06:14

Morning Musings: Jesus tied the kingdom, his coming, the resurrection and judgment all together. These are inseparable elements. But, Jesus said...

 

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