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TH 506/706 Kingdom of God One Day Webinar: Tuesday, 02 Dec 2014; 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CST
by Professor Roy Harkness - Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 04:57 PM

Join Us For this Special Webinar Class 

The Kingdom of God 

this Tuesday, December 2, 2014, 8-5 PM CST

In the Gospel of Matthew, there are three great discourses having to do with “the Kingdom of Heaven.”  First there is “the Sermon on the Mount,” chapters 5–7, giving the laws of the kingdom.  Then there are “the Parables of the Kingdom,” chapter thirteen, giving the trend of the mystery form of the kingdom.  Finally there is “the Olivet Discourse,” chapters 24 and 25, giving the end-time events leading up to the establishment of the kingdom.

This third kingdom-discourse recorded by Matthew, “the Olivet Discourse,” gives us much information concerning the great eschatological events which will occur just before the inauguration of the kingdom and it should be studied along with Daniel, Revelation, and other prophetical books concerning the end-time.

We need to know the events that are prophesied to occur that we might prepare ourselves for the fulfillment of these events. As is sometimes said: “Coming events cast their shadows before them” and these shadows become darker as the time of the fulfillment of the events draws closer and closer. The shadows of the eschatological things prophesied in “the Olivet Discourse” are now very dark, so we know that the time of their fulfillment is nigh, even at the door.

While it is possible to enroll in a webinar right up to the day before class, students are strongly urged to enroll at least one week prior to the course start date so as to ensure timely book delivery from MBS. To enroll in one or more classes or for more information, please contact your Academic Advisor by calling 812-853-0611, or contact them by email at You may be able to substitute one of these courses for another course in your degree program, please check with your advisor for details.

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New Episode of Trinity Radio! Discussion on 9Marks
by Johnathan Pritchett - Tuesday, November 25, 2014, 04:40 PM
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Fun Websites for Citation and Documentation help.
by Johnathan Pritchett - Friday, November 21, 2014, 10:23 AM
Diane Hacker's webpage here has a helpful dropdown menu to find the kind of formatting one needs for almost any time of source.

This is a free citation generator for both footnotes and bibliography. Just select the type of source, fill in the blanks, and it gives you the citation properly formatted.
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Two Things Pro-Choice Advocates Need To Hear - By Braxton Hunter
by Johnathan Pritchett - Thursday, November 20, 2014, 09:05 PM
WARNING: I usually am not this direct, because I want to live up to the the second half of 1 Peter 3:15 as a Christian apologist. However, this is an issue that warrants a little force. Please forgive my strong words and know that I only say this because I care.

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