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2019 Session 12: Resurrection

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At the heart of Christianity is an event on which everything else depends: the resurrection of Christ from the dead. This extraordinary triumph testifies to God’s eternal power and willingness to share his victory over death, with us, through HIs son. We take up the proofs of resurrection today … on Faithbuilders.

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Loaves & Fishes ministry for May 5, 2019: Carder, Barbara, Webb

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Evangelical Press Award

Pride is never a safe practice, especially among Christ’s followers. As a matter of fact, it’s something to be carefully avoided. That said, we announce (sans pride) Dr. Nunnally’s recent award from the Evangelical Press Association for his article, The Resurrection of Jesus: Fact or Fiction? Dr. Nunnally isn’t just a university professor and our teacher at Faithbuilders, he’s also a prolific writer.

Click here to see the published article: The Resurrection of Jesus: Fact or Fiction.

COMING SOON: Dr. Nunnally’s presentation on the Resurrection.

2017 Session 18: Intertestamental Period & Resurrection

Pursuing the subject of “afterlife”, Dr. Nunnally draws our attention to the emerging understanding of this concept during the intertestamental period (530 BC – 70 AD). Even though Jesus told the Disciples of his resurrection on the third day, his followers were surprised by the event.

Daniel 12; 2 Maccabees 7:9; John 19; 20; Matthew 16:211; Romans 1:4; 8; Relations 1

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Loaves & fishes ministry has been cancelled until May 21, 2017: Corey, Parks, Weingartner, Wray

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2017 Session 16: Resurrection Thoughts

After 2-months, teaching in Israel, Wave Nunnally returns to the lectern today. Our session focuses on Easter and how Israel of the Old Testament understood the notion of the afterlife.

Genesis 5: 22-24; Job 19:25-27; Ezekiel 14; Job 14:14-15; Psalms 49:15; 73:24-25; 139:7-9; Ecclesiastes 3:11; 1 Samuel 28:11-13,19; 2 Kings 2:1; Matthew 17; John 10:1, 5-13

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Loaves & Fishes Ministry for April 23: Craig, Denny, Gallop

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2015 Session 12: Raised and Coming Back

Today’s study focused primarily on scripture and the legacy of the Easter promise. Running through a list of scriptural references, we take a renewed look at what the cross and resurrection mean in terms of our eternal reward. “We are saved through Christ’s resurrected life. His resurrection holds the promise of our eternal life.” As the conversation comes to a conclusion, Dr. Nunnally takes up the special role played in the early church by James-the-Just, the half brother of Christ. It’s interesting that James was absent from the Lord’s earthly ministry until after the Lord’s resurrection. His radical change, from unengaged family member to a significant leader in early Christianity is “an internal proof of the resurrection, and the impact it had on even the Lord’s earthly family.”

Ephesians 1:7; Romans 10:9; 4:22-25; 5:8-10; 6:3-7; Acts 16; Isaiah 553; Galatians 4:4: Hebrews 2, 1 Corinthians 15:1-22

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Special thanks to Troy Hatley for his timely assistance in today’s podcast. 

2014 Session 13 :  Roman Resurrection   

In today’s session, Dr. Nunnally considers the resurrection message that figures so prominently in the book of Romans. Christ is validated by His rising from the dead: “He is who He said He was.”  Returning again and again to this theme, Paul underscores the single event that distinguishes Christ’s earthly ministry. As we considered Paul’s emphasis, we engaged a discussion of the archeology surrounding Christ’s burial. While the Church of the Holy Sepulcher satisfies all the historical/biblical references, the Garden Tomb (Gordon’s Calvary) captures the pastoral setting of Christ’s burial chamber. While there’s a great debate with respect to which site is the actual place where Jesus was buried. Dr. Nunnally made the point that if you could cut and paste the Garden Tomb into the Church of the Holy Sepulcher — you’d have the best of both worlds. “The most important point in either case is, both tombs are empty.

Romans 1:4;2:22; 6:4-9; 7:4; 8:11, 10:9

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2013 Session 11: At The Cost of Blood

In this session, Dr. Nunnally pursues the theme, central to Easter: the Resurrection. “Jesus did not become God because He was resurrected, He was God’s Son before Israel’s covenant. He was a member of the Godhead before Genesis.  … We were reborn at the cost of blood.”
Psalms 22:1; 22:8; Romans 3:25; 5:10; 5:6; 5:8; 5:18; 5:19; 6:3-5; 6:10; 7:4; 8:3; (Philippians 2); Romans 8:11; 8:13; 10:9; 14:9; 14:15; 15:3; 8:32-34; John 1, 2 

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