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"The Bible Study Hour" with "Dr. James Boice"

The Meaning and End of History

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Dr. James BoiceThe world’s ultimate history lesson starts before the beginning of time, introduces us to a Divine Planner, describes an epic battle between good and evil, projects the restoration of a broken world and answers the age-old question, “what is the meaning of life?” This may not sound like your average history lesson, but it’s the Biblical version as described by Dr. Boice in this broadcast of The Bible Study Hour.


A Mystery Revealed - Monday, August 21, 2017
Whether it’s a Sherlock Holmes story or movie about a private investigation, everyone loves a good mystery! Did you know that the Bible even tells the stories of great, spiritual mysteries? Paul refers to them throughout his letter to the Ephesians and on today’s broadcast of The Bible Study Hour, Dr. James Boice will explain the significance and revelation of one of these amazing Biblical mysteries.
Standing on Level Ground - Sunday, August 20, 2017
This week on The Bible Study Hour with Dr. James Boice, as we continue with our study in the Psalms, David again praises God for hearing him and rescuing him. He reminds himself and us that, as believers, God’s anger lasts for a moment, but His favor lasts for a lifetime. Weeping may stay for the night but, with God, rejoicing always comes in the morning.
The New Humanity - Friday, August 18, 2017
What comes to mind when you think about church? Do you picture a large building with stained glass windows? Maybe you recall memories of childhood Sunday school classes. Today on The Bible Study Hour, Dr. Boice explains what the book of Ephesians has to say about what – or more accurately, who – the church should be.
The Broken Wall - Thursday, August 17, 2017
Can you recall the times in your life that you have felt most accepted by your family, peers or coworkers? They were most likely times of joy and fulfillment. We long for a sense of belonging because God built us to live in community. Today on The Bible Study Hour, Dr. James Boice will explain how Christ’s work on the cross gave us access to the greatest community that exists – His family!
Then and Now - Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Today, Christians are used to the idea of the body of Christ being made up of people from all different backgrounds and ethnicities. But we can’t forget that in the days of the early church, there was still an important distinction between Jews and Gentiles. Dr. Boice explains why that distinction is a reminder of the great hope that we have in Christ.
God's Workmanship - Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Scripture is clear that we are certainly not saved by our own good works, but then the question always arises: where do good works come into play in the Christian’s life and are they necessary at all? Dr. James Boice introduces a simple math equation, faith= justification + works, and explains how it can help us better understand this difficult concept.
Saved by Grace Alone - Monday, August 14, 2017
For centuries, theologians have tried to formulate a concise, yet comprehensive definition for the word “grace.” While many helpful ones have been offered, our deepest understanding of this term often comes from stories that vividly depict acts of redemption.
A Bible Acrostic - Sunday, August 13, 2017
Even the mountains quake in His presence. This week on The Bible Study Hour, we’ll take a closer look at the poetic imagery of Psalm 25. In this psalm of praise, David experiences God’s power through creation, and he calls on the heavenly hosts to join him in worship of our powerful Creator.
Risen With Christ - Friday, August 11, 2017
If you had to sum up the entire concept of salvation in just one word, which word would you choose? In another message from his series through Ephesians, Dr. James Boice explains the deep truth of this theological doctrine by focusing on the word “unity.”

Lectionary Calendar
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017
the Week of Proper 15 / Ordinary 20
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