Matthew, Mark, Luke & John: Session 1

            Launching our first Bible Study at Founding Word, we get into the background & overview of what are commonly known as the Gospels. While Matthew & Luke surprise us with remarkable structures found in Jesus' genealogy, John tops them all in just his first 18 verses. Not only did he introduce boldly the doctrine of Grace, but he blatantly pointed out that Jesus pre-existed his human birth, which lead us diving head first into one of the most controversial doctrines of Biblical Christianity known superficially as "The Trinity Of God". The first rule of understanding the Trinity is accepting the fact that it can't be fully understood. It hasn't been until our recent understanding of hyperspaces thanks to modern science that we're even beginning to understand it. Unfortunately, modern science never thought to share this with the Christian community, so I'm sharing it with you here in our first Bible Study at Founding Word. Enjoy.

37 Minutes
June 13, 2008

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The Science Of God And The Bible

Background & Overview Of What Are Commonly Known As The Gospels.
Personal Introductions By Matthew, Mark & Luke.
Matthew 1:1-17 Mark 1:1 Luke 1:1-4
Personal Introduction By John: The Science Of The Trinity. John 1:1-5 Psalm 90:2    Genesis 1:1-26    Isaiah 44:6    Isaiah 45:5
The Word Became Flesh And Walked Among Us. John 1:6-14
John's Subtle Introduction To The Doctrine Of Grace. John 1:15-18
The Genealogy Of Jesus & Supernatural Structure Found Within The Text. Matthew 1:2-17 Luke 3:23-38