New study to begin on October 5 at 6:45 p.m.:
The Case for Historic Christianity A Study in Historical Christian Evidences
(October – December 2015 study at Madera Bible Institute)
Teacher: Edward C. Wharton
In this volume, Wharton establishes the historical trustworthiness of the New Testament as the foundation upon which the claims for the resurrection and deity of Jesus are sustained.
Included is a brief examination of liberal criticism’s view of Christ and the New Testament.
(The latest edition has added a chapter on canonicity.)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Jesus and History
2. The Historical Reliability of the New Testament, Part I
3. The Historical Reliability of the New Testament, Part II
4. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Part I – Evidence from the Tomb
5. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Part II – The Pentecost Phenomenon
6. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Part III – The Apostles’ Testimony
7. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Part IV – The Conversion of Saul of Tarsus
8. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Part V – Evidence from Paul’s Epistles
9. Jesus, the Man of Destiny
10. Jesus in the Context of Miracles
11. The Canonicity Factor
12. The Value of the Critical View of the Bible
The classes are held every two weeks from 7:00-8:30 p.m. There is a charge for the study manual, which includes postage. For more information, contact: Gary Davenport at 559-273-2383 or email@example.com.
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