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In this video, Edgar Andrews explains in brief why he has written his new book,"What is Man? Adam, alien or ape?" See other recent podcasts for his lectures on the subject. The English edition of the book will be released world-wide in June 2018.
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This lecture was given at the launch of the Dutch edition of my new book "What is Man?" Adam, alien or ape?" The English edition is due for pre-release in USA on 11 April 2018 and full world-wide release on 13 June 2018.
God told Moses, "no one shall see my face and live" while Paul tells Timothy that God "dwells in unapproachable light, whom no man has seen or can see". Yet God did appear to some in the OT theophanies (e.g. to Abraham, Joshua,Jacob,Isaiah). In resolving this dilemma we discover some important things about worship, about ourselves, and about the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ.
A message on Rev. 1:15; "His feet were like fine brass, as if refined in a furnace". In the Bible, feet often used as powerful symbols, and that is the case here. We see how the shining feet of Christ in John's vision speak of his mission (to seek and to save those who were lost); his possession (of the land of salvation for his people), and his dominion (over all things). The apologetic content of this message lies in its interpretation of the symbolic use of feet in scripture.
Guest speaker Steven Bowers finds seven marks of a model church in Paul's letters to the Thessalonians. The model church is one that(1)has a message for its generation; (2)seeks to please God rather than itself; (3)stands strong against oposition; (4)works diligently; (5)has a hard-working leadership; (6)makes people matter; and(7)knows the Holy Spirit working in it.
Revelation chapter 1 shows us the glory of Christ as it is revealed to John in the vision of verses 9-20. But how may we experience the glory of Christ for ourselves? Must we deduce it by reasoning from the doctrines of Scripture or is there a better way ... one in which, like John, we may gain a direct perception of His glory? The answer is yes; faith is the spiritual sight by which we may experience directly for ourselves the glory of Christ.
The second of two back-to-back talks given at the "Who made God" conference at the Campus Church, Welwyn garden City, UK on 27 Feb. 2016, the first talk being "The necessity of God" ... an argument derived from current atheistic cosmologies! This second talk complements the first by identifying the specific characteristics of the biblical God. The presentation is based on Paul's address to the Athenian philosophers in Acts 17 and locates three cosmic 'identifiers' and three relational 'identifiers' that distinguish the true God from all imitations. These identifiers lead logically to the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ.