Eight great sections to help you understand the Bible!
- Understanding Israel: The Burdening Stone by Chuck Missler: Chuck opens a lot of eyes when he explained the "rest of the story" that the mainstream news media isn't telling you.
- One Minute After You Die by Erwin Lutzer: If the dead could talk, we would get an earful! Based on his best-selling book, Erwin presents an excellent scriptural outline of your life after death.
- The Book of Exodus in 55 Minutes by Gerald Robison: Get an incredible overview of one of the richest books in the Bible by a former "Walk Through the Bible" instructor.
- Hell's Best Kept Secret by Kirk Cameron: You have to love it when a movie star gets saved! Kirk gives his version of Ray Comfort's classic presentation on the best way to witness.
- The Book of Jude in 55 Minutes by Mike Gendron: Demons, black holes, Satan, and more.
- A Study of Hell by John Ankerberg: Hell-hot, dark and forever, John takes a deep and uncomfortable look at a subject most pastors shy away from teaching.
- The Seven Most Important Spiritual Gifts by Ed Hindson: The Bible says God gives each christian a spiritual gift. Learn what the Bible says are the seven most important gifts and what they mean to you!
- Why the World Hates Israel by Thomas Ice: Understanding Israel is the key to correctly understanding Bible prophecy. This is an eye-opener for the times in which we live!
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