Charles Meek author of the book "Christian Hope Through Fulfilled Prophecy" has recently proposed the concept that "first things" are more important than "last things" as it relates to a proper, balanced understanding of the Bible. Is that concept valid? Are "last things" of lesser importance than "first things" and how does this concept affect those wanting a "consistent" approach to the whole picture of redemptive history?
Join Larry Siegle today as he tackles the implications of what Charles Meek is contending for. In addition, a deeper investigation into the message and meaning of Paul's letter to the Ephesians as he begins a verse-by-verse study of the text and the reasons why scholars and theologians have missed the importance of the issues that are outlined in the letter.
Fulfilled Dynamics Daily -- with Larry Siegle today!
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