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The Second Day of Creation:

God's Creation of an Expanse
between the Upper and Lower Waters

Genesis 1:6-8

By James T. Bartsch, WordExplain


Posted September 22, 2020


The Fourth Day of Creation:
Sun, Moon, and Stars

Genesis 1:14-19


Posted August 22, 2020





Whither America?

Posted July 3, 2020



A Plea for Justice



Posted June 13, 2020




Posted May 29, 2020



A Review of

The Great Divorce
by C. S. Lewis

Copyright 1946 by C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd. Renewed 1973

HarperCollins Edition 2001

Posted May 28, 2020


Tracking Coronavirus and What Lies Ahead


Posted May 23, 2020




The Destiny of Earth

Posted April 23, 2020







Updated April 22, 2020




"...and a little boy will lead them." (Isaiah 11:6)

Israel's Messianic Kingdom
A Study of Isaiah 11:1-16

Posted April 10, 2020





The Glory of Israel in the Millennium and Throughout Eternity

A Study of Isaiah 60:1-22


Posted January 1, 2020. Updated January 30, 2020





"Called"
and
"Chosen"

Posted November 9, 2019



 The Creation Week


Posted November 4, 2019





Posted October 29, 2019




Posted October 1, 2019





Posted July 31, 20019





Prayers Recorded in the New Testament


Posted July 26, 2019






Posted July 14, 2019



America's Three Great Awakenings

Let us pray for a Fourth!

July 4, 2019

(A downloadable PowerPoint)

Posted July 4, 2019




The Meeting in the Air

Posted June 30, 2019



The Lord's Prayer

Posted June 22, 2019





Periodical Review

"Can an Ecclesiology be Biblical, and Not Apostolic?"

Article written by Michael J. Svigel

Reviewed by James T. Bartsch, WordExplain.com




Posted June 9, 2019


The New Covenant in Jeremiah 31:31-37

Posted May 29, 2019


The Greatest Upset



Posted April 22, 2019



Thank God for Christ's Resurrection!

Posted April 20, 2019




Good Friday





The Untriumphal Entry

Posted April 10, 2019



Catholicism and Interpreting the Bible


Posted March 23, 2019



The Bible and the One True Church


St. Peter's Basilica, Image Credit

Published February 21, 2019. Updated March 4, 2019






Blessed Beginnings

Annotated Outline of the Book of Genesis


Posted February  10, 2019



Book Review
* * * *
A History of Christianity

Author: Kenneth Scott Latourette
Copyright 1953. First Edition

Harper & Row, Publishers, Incorporated
49 East 33rd Street, New York 16, N. Y.

  Hard Back. 1516 pages

Library of Congress catalogue card number: 53-5004

Posted February 1, 2019







Image Credit: https://significantpractice-baptism.weebly.com/types-of-baptism.html

Posted January 29, 2019




The Sovereignty
of God

Posted January 12, 2019


The Visitors of the Messiah

Posted December 31, 2018


The Birth of the Messiah

December 25, 2018


Fellowship

An Annotated Outline of the First Epistle of John the Apostle

by James T. Bartsch,
WordExplain

Andrey Mironov,
Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0

Published November 2, 2018


A Word Study of the Greek Noun Oikonomía, "Household Management"
Biblical Joseph. An excellent "Household Manager" for the prison warden in Egypt.

Posted August 21, 2018



What is Sin?

Posted June 30, 2018


The New US Embassy in Jerusalem

The ceremony marking  the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem

Posted May 16, 2018. Updated may 17, 2018


Eternal Life

Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Posted April 9, 2018




What is Heaven? Reflections by Pope Francis

Posted March 23, 2018



A Biblical Theology of Repentance

metanoe'w  metanoeo (3340)


Posted March 3, 2018



My Story

Posted February 26, 2018


In What Way is Jesus
the Son of God?

Posted February 17, 2018

The Significance of Speaking in Tongues

Posted February 6, 2018



When Did the Man Jesus Become "The Christ"?

Posted January 22, 2018


Gabriel Appears to the Priest Zacharias

Posted December 15, 2017



President Trump Recognizes Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel
Image Credit

Published December 6, 2017




The Bible and the Pope

Is the Office of Pope Found in the New Testament?

Posted November 27, 2017


Reformation Day. 500th Anniversary

October 31, 1517 / October 31, 2017

Posted November 2, 2017


What is behind the English word "Know"
ginō´skō, 1097?

Posted July 28, 2017

Has the Church Replaced Israel?

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

Part 4
Part 5

Videos of addresses given by Michael Vlach at Founders Baptist Church

Spring, Texas. September of 2015

Linked on WordExplain February 3, 2017; Updated September 3, 2020


Jimmy Carter's War Against
the Jews

Posted January 30, 2017


Jesus Christ as Prophet

Posted January 13, 2017



World (kósmos)

Published May 23, 2016


Unclean Spirits

Published May 20, 2016


The Author's Doctrinal Statement

.html format, with pop-up Scripture references

The Author's Doctrinal Statement

.pdf format; easily printable

Posted March 21, 2016


A Case for the Circulation of New Testament Papyri

Rylands Library Papyrus 1: P52 (AD 117-138 ). This is the earliest known fragment of the NT. It is a papyrus, labeled P52. On the left is the front side (recto), containing parts of John 18:31-33. On the right is the reverse side (verso), containing parts of John 18:37-38. Information and graphics derived from Thoughtful Faith.

Published August 19, 2015


God and Homosexuality

                                                                                            Image Credit: Getty - Mark Wilson                                     

Published July 20, 2015






The REAL Global Warming

7  But by His word the present heavens and earth are being reserved for fire, kept for the day of judgment and destruction of ungodly men.
8  But do not let this one fact escape your notice, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like one day.
9  The Lord is not slow about His promise, as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing for any to perish but for all to come to repentance.
10  But the day of the Lord will come like a thief, in which the heavens will pass away with a roar and the elements will be destroyed with intense heat, and the earth and its works will be burned up.
11  Since all these things are to be destroyed in this way, what sort of people ought you to be in holy conduct and godliness,
12  looking for and hastening the coming of the day of God, because of which the heavens will be destroyed by burning, and the elements will melt with intense heat!
13  But according to His promise we are looking for new heavens and a new earth, in which righteousness dwells.
14  Therefore, beloved, since you look for these things, be diligent to be found by Him in peace, spotless and blameless,

2 Peter 3:7-14

Posted May 21, 2015



Nine Reasons Why a Post-Tribulation Rapture Is Not Credible

  Posted January 21, 2015. Updated April 12, 2015



The Proposed Sites of Sodom and Gomorrah

Published November 20, 2014



Pope Francis alienates conservative Catholics

Published November 8, 2014





What is the Identity of Babylon, the Great Prostitute
in Revelation 17:1-19:6?

Published October 6, 2014


President Obama and Islam


Is the President sympathetic toward Islam?

Published September 22, 2014


The Rider on the White Horse

Published August 4, 2014




A Birthday Celebration, or a Funeral Wake?

    Published July 4, 2014





End-Time Judgments


Significant Judgments of the Bible

Published June 19, 2014



"Relative-Redemption"



An Annotated, Analytical Outline of the Book of Ruth



Published May 3, 2014


Do Prophets Exist Today?



Published March 19, 2014


Do Apostles Exist Today?



Published March 4, 2014



Evaluating the New Perspective on Paul



Published August 12, 2013


The Big God

Reflections on Isaiah 40:12-31

Updated April 2, 2013



God's Communication through Nature



The Natural Word of God

Posted February 12, 2013




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