The Message of Ecclesiastes, Pt. 1 (Ecclesiastes, Ep. 2)

In this episode, Dan and Kirk continue their discussion on Ecclesiastes by looking at the message (or main claim, or argument) of the book. They discuss the meaning of “vanity” (hevel), as well as some of the primary themes throughout the book.

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The Method of Ecclesiastes (Ecclesiastes, Ep. 1)

Kirk and Dan begin there series on the book of Ecclesiastes. In this episode they look at the method that Ecclesiastes uses to communicate its message, namely how it functions as a unique expression of wisdom literature.

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Finding a Book’s Overall Message – Case Study: Philippians (How to Read the Bible, Ep. 2)

Kirk and Dan continue their work on how to find a Biblical book’s overall message by looking to the book of Philippians as a test case.

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Finding a Book’s Overall Message – Tools & Techniques (How to Read the Bible, Ep. 1)

Kirk and Dan are gearing up to do a short series on Ecclesiastes. But before they do, they wanted to take a step back and ask, “What’s the benefit of getting a Biblical book’s big picture?” and “How do we do that?”

(This episode and the following will serve as an initial contribution to what will become an ongoing collection of episodes on How to Read the Bible.)

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The Importance of Theology, Pt. 3 (Church Theology, Ep. 7)

In this episode, Kirk and Dan conclude their discussion on the importance of doctrine and theology by finishing out talking about the hurdles we face along the way, as well as giving some practical tips and suggestions towards growing your discipline in theological learning.

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