By Jay Rogers
Published August 14, 2008
1βιβλος γενεσεως ι̅υ̅ χ̅υ̅ υ̅υ̅ δαυιδ [υιου
αβρααμ 2αβρααμ ε̣γ̣εννησεν τον [ϊσαακ
ϊσαακ δ̣[ε] εγεννησεν τ[ον] ϊακωβ̣ [ϊακωβ
δε εγ[ε]ν̣ν̣ησεν τον ϊουδαν κ[α]ι̣ τ̣[ους
α[δ]ελφο̣υ̣ς αυτου 3ϊουδα̣ς̣ δ̣ε εγενν̣η̣
σ̣εν τον φαρες και τον ζαρε εκ της θα
μ̣αρ φαρες̣ δε εγεννησεν τον εσρωμ
εσ[ρω]μ̣ δε εγ̣ε̣ννησεν τον [α]ραμ 4αραμ
δε [ε]γε̣ννησεν τον αμμι̣ν̣αδαβ α̣μ̣
μ̣[ι]ν̣α̣δ̣[α]β δε εγεννησεν τον ναασ̣σ̣ω̅ ̅
ν̣αα[σ]σ̣ων δε εγεννησεν τον σαλ̣[μ]ω̣ν
5σαλμων δε εγενν[η]σ̣εν τον βοες εκ
της ραχαβ βοες δε ε̣γ̣εννησεν τον ϊ
ωβηδʼ εκ της ρ[ο]υθ ϊω[βη]δ̣ δ̣ε εγεννη
σεν τον ϊεσσαι 6ϊεσσ[αι δ]ε εγεννησεν
τον δαυϊδ̣ τον βασιλε[α δαυ]ιδ̣ δ̣ε εγ̣εν
νησεν τον σολομωνα εκ της ουρειου· 7σο
λομων δε εγεννη[σ]εν τον ροβοαμ ροβο
αμ δε εγεννη̣σεν̣ τ̣[ο]ν̣ α̣β̣[ει]α αβεια δε
εγεν̣ν̣ησεν τ̣ο̣ν ασα[φ] 8α̣σ̣α̣φ̣a δε̣ εγεν
νη̣σεν̣ τον ϊωσαφατ̣ʼ ϊω̣σαφατʼ δε εγεν
ν[η]σεν τον ϊωραμ ϊωραμ δε εγενν[ησ]ε̣̅ ̅
τον] ο̣ζε̣[ι]αν 9οζει̣ας δε εγ̣ε[ν]νησ[εν
[τον ϊωαθαμ ϊωαθαμ δε εγεννησεν]
[τον αχαζ αχαζ δε εγεννησεν τον]
[εζεκιαν 10εζεκιας δε εγεννησεν τον]
[μανασση μανασσης δε εγεννησεν τον]
[αμως αμως δε εγεννησεν τον ϊωσιαν]
[ 11ϊωσιας δε εγεννησεν τον ϊεχονιαν και]
[τους αδελφους αυτου επι της μετοι]
κεσιας βαβυλωνος 12μετα δε τη]ν με
τοικεσιαν βαβυλωνος ϊεχονι]ας εγε̅ ̅
[νησεν τον σαλαθιηλ σαλαθιηλ δε εγε̅ ̅ ]
νησεν τον ζοροβαβελ 13ζοροβαβελ δ]ε
[εγεννησεν τον αβιουδ αβιουδ δε εγε̅ ̅ ]
[νησεν τον ελιακιμ ελιακιμ δε εγε̅ ̅ ]
[νησεν τον αζωρ 14αζωρ δε εγεννησε̅ ̅ ]
τον] σαδω[κ σ]αδωκ δ̣ε̣ εγεννησεν το[ν
αχειμ] αχειμ δε εγε[ν]νησεν τον ελιου[δ
15ελιου]δ δε εγ[ε]ν̣νη[σ]εν τον ελεαζαρ ελε
α[ζ]αρ δε [ε]γ̣εννησεν τον μαθθαν μαθθα[ν
δε εγεννησεν τον [ϊ]ακωβ 16ϊακωβ δε
ε]γεννησεν τον ϊωσηφ τον ανδρα μ[α
ριας ε̣ξ ης εγεννη[θ]η ι̅ς̅ ο λεγομενος [χ̅ς̅
17πασαι ουν γε[νε]α̣ι̣ α̣πο αβρααμ εως
δαυιδ γενεαι ι̅δ̅ και απο [δ]α[υ]ιδʼ [ε]ως της
μετοικεσιας βαβυλωνο[ς] γ̣ε[νεαι] ι̅δ̅ κα[ι
α̣π̣ο̣ της μετ[ο]ικεσιας βαβ[υ]λων[ο]ς εως
του χ̅υ̅ γ̣ενεαι ι̅δ̣̅ 18του δε ι̅υ̅ χ̅υ̅ η γενε
σις ουτως ην μνησ̣τ̣ευθεισης της μη
τρος αυτου μ[αρι]α[ς] τω [ϊω]σηφ πριν ἡ συν
ε̣λ̣θειν αυτου[ς ευ]ρεθ[η] εν γ̣αστρι εχου
σ̣α̣ ε̣κ̣ [π̅ν̅ς̅] α̣[γιου 19ϊωσηφ δε ο] ανη̣ρ̣ α̣υ̣
τ̣η̣ς̣ δ̣[ι]κ̣α̣ι̣[ος ων και μη θελων αυτην
δ̣ειγμα̣[τ]ε̣[ισαι εβουλη]θ̣η̣ [λαθρα
α̣π̣ολυ[σαι αυ]τ̣η̣ν̣ [20τ]α̣υ̣τ̣α̣ [δε αυτου εν
θ]υ̣μη[θεντος ϊ]δ̣ο̣υ̣ α̣γ̣[γελο]ς̣a κ̣̅υ̣̅ [κ]α̣[τ
ο]ναρ [εφανη α]υ̣τω [λεγων] ϊωσ[η]φ
υιος] δ̣[αυιδ] μ̣[η] φο[βηθης] π̣α̣ρ̣[αλαβ]ει̅ ̅
μ]αρι̣α̣ν̣b [την] γ̣υ̣ναι[κα σου] τ̣ο̣ γ̣α̣[ρ εν αυ
τη γεν]νηθεν ε[κ] π̅ν̅ς̅ [εστιν] α̣[γι
[ου 21τεξεται δε υιον και καλεσεις το]
[ονομα αυτου ι̅ν̅ αυτος γαρ σωσει τον]
[λαον αυτου απο των αμαρτιων αυτων]
[22τουτο δε ολον γεγονεν ϊνα πληρωθη]
[το ρηθεν υπο κ̅υ̅ δια του προφητου]
[λεγοντος 23ϊδου η παρθενος εν γαστρι]
[εξει και τεξεται υιον και καλεσουσιν]
[το ονομα αυτου εμμανουηλ ο εστιν]
με̣[θερμηνευομενον μεθ ημων ο θ̅ς̅ 24εγ
Comfort, Philip Wesley; Barrett, David P.: The Text of the Earliest New Testament Greek Manuscripts. A corrected, enlarged ed. of The complete text of the earliest New Testament manuscripts. Wheaton, Ill. : Tyndale House, 2001, S. 40
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Foundations in Biblical Eschatology
By Jay Rogers, Larry Waugh, Rodney Stortz, Joseph Meiring. High quality paperback, 167 pages.
All Christians believe that their great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, will one day return. Although we cannot know the exact time of His return, what exactly did Jesus mean when he spoke of the signs of His coming (Mat. 24)? How are we to interpret the prophecies in Isaiah regarding the time when “the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea” (Isa. 11:19)? Should we expect a time of great tribulation and apostasy or revival and reformation before the Lord returns? Is the devil bound now, and are the saints reigning with Christ? Did you know that there are four hermeneutical approaches to the book of Daniel and Revelation?
These and many more questions are dealt with by four authors as they present the four views on the millennium. Each view is then critiqued by the other three authors.
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With “preaching to the lost” being such a basic foundation of Christianity, why do many in the church seem to be apathetic on this issue of preaching in highways and byways of towns and cities?
Is it biblical to stand in the public places of the world and proclaim the gospel, regardless if people want to hear it or not?
Does the Bible really call church pastors, leaders and evangelists to proclaim the gospel in the public square as part of obedience to the Great Commission, or is public preaching something that is outdated and not applicable for our day and age?
These any many other questions are answered in this documentary.
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“Give me liberty or give me death!”
Patrick Henry’s famous declaration not only helped launch the War for Independence, it also perfectly summarized the mindset that gave birth to, and sustained, the unprecedented experiment in Christian liberty that was America.
The freedom our Founders envisioned was not freedom from suffering, want, or hard work. Nor was it freedom to indulge every appetite or whim without restraint—that would merely be servitude to a different master. No, the Founders’ passion was to live free before God, unfettered by the chains of autocracy, shackles that slowly but inexorably bind men when the governments they fashion fail to recognize and uphold freedom’s singular, foundational truth: that all men are created in the image of God, and are thereby co-equally endowed with the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
This presentation is a similar call, not to one but many. By reintroducing the principles of freedom that gave birth to America, it is our prayer that Jesus, the true and only ruler over the nations, will once again be our acknowledged Sovereign, that we may again know and exult in the great truth that “where the Spirit of the LORD is, there is liberty” (2 Cor. 3:17).
Welcome to the Second American Revolution!
This DVD features “Liberty: The Model of Christian Liberty” along with “Dawn’s Early Light: A Brief History of America’s Christian Foundations.” Bonus features include a humorous but instructive collection of campaign ads and Eric Holmberg’s controversial YouTube challenge concerning Mitt Romney’s campaign for president.
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Who is the dreaded beast of Revelation?
Now at last, a plausible candidate for this personification of evil incarnate has been identified (or re-identified). Ken Gentry’s insightful analysis of scripture and history is likely to revolutionize your understanding of the book of Revelation — and even more importantly — amplify and energize your entire Christian worldview!
Historical footage and other graphics are used to illustrate the lecture Dr. Gentry presented at the 1999 Ligonier Conference in Orlando, Florida. It is followed by a one-hour question and answer session addressing the key concerns and objections typically raised in response to his position. This presentation also features an introduction that touches on not only the confusion and controversy surrounding this issue — but just why it may well be one of the most significant issues facing the Church today.
Ideal for group meetings, personal Bible study — for anyone who wants to understand the historical context of John’s famous letter “… to the seven churches which are in Asia.” (Revelation 1:4)
Running Time: 145 minutes
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